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Weddings are of course a big part of our day to day and Disney’s portrayal of love and romance is always so inspiring. Love is always so perfect in Disney movies and it can make us long for something just as special in our own lives.

This infographic below goes through the best Disney weddings/romances and includes the stories of Robin Hood and Maid Marian, Roger and Anita from 101 Dalmatians, and even more recent love stories such as between Tiana and Naveen from The Princess and the Frog. Love is always so perfect in Disney movies that sometimes real life can never compare.

This infographic from The Wedding Band Shop looks at some of the best Disney romances and it really does make for a fun read.

One of the most amazing stories is between Ariel and Eric as one of them lived under the sea! It didn’t matter to either of them though and their wedding was attended by all their friends from both land and sea.

Of course, not all romance revolves around weddings and there are many little moments in Disney movies that stay with you. The time when Nala nuzzled Simba and their love for each other was so clear or the time Lady shared her spaghetti with Tramp. Check out the full infographic now for more amazing Disney moments.

Find out more at The Wedding Band Shop.

(Foundation) is easy as 1, 2, 3…

Bourjois 1.2.3. Perfect Foundation gives a flawless even complexion* for 16hrs, thanks to a new generation formula.

3 correcting pigments for zero imperfections:

Yellow pigments: Anti dark circles

Mauve pigments: Anti dull complexion

Green pigments: Anti redness

  • 24hr hydration and anti-shine: cotton flower extract
  • SPF 10
  • Medium coverage, yet lets skin breathe
  • Soft and smooth formula for a second skin finish

I really don’t know what to write about this product because I am completely and utterly butterly discombobulated. I’m sure discombobulated is the right word, but if it isn’t… I’ll make sure to eat the Oxford English dictionary tomorrow and get back to you.

I expected more from this foundation is what I’m saying… When I first applied it as a swatch, I thought it was the hornet’s elbows not even bee’s knees. Then, when I applied it on my face (which is where foundation is usually applied), it looked ‘meh’. It just looked like the average foundation, kind of a letdown… I expected more from this foundation.

For a drugstore foundation, it’s fine, it’s just not in the same league of extraordinary gentlemen as the serum one… I wanted better coverage, especially seeing as I’ve got the ENTIRE population of Australia & New Zealand’s equivalent of spots on my face currently…

Yes, it made me look less tired and evens the skin tone, but… I still wasn’t blown away by it.

If you want a foundation that makes you look less tired and evens your skin tone, get it. But, if you want a foundation that lasts and looks good even without setting it with powder, this one is not for you.

Things I did like about it: it does hydrate the skin, I’m not going to lie. Protects skin against sun damage (SPF 10) and it applies/spreads easily.

Things I didn’t like about it: it’s less than medium coverage in my opinion. I don’t know, maybe it’s the fact that I’ve got what feels like the entire population of Spotville residing on my facial exterior, but I don’t think it covered very well… Then again, maybe it’s not meant to cover. It’s main USP is the skin tone evening and 24hour hydration which (I don’t know about the 24 hour part, but it does hydrate).

What I will say though, I know you should never compare when doing product reviews but Rimmel Wake Me Up is better in my opinion. Granted, the shade ranges of that are diabolical for a Lebanese Outer Hebrides Polar Bear Eskimo Person Thing like myself, but… Still. You’re either expected to be Donald Trump or TanMom if you’re to match with Rimmel Wake Me Up’s shades. No, thanks!

Have you tried it? What did you think of it? Let me know in the comments section below or send me mail via pigeon. I LOVE pigeons (that are domesticated, clean, sanitary, cleanly fed, don’t carry rabies and aren’t flying rodents – Baesically: doves. I love doves.)

Here’s a post that’s similar to Netflix & Chill, except, you’ll waste money and it’s an un-terminatable contract for 12 months!

I like Netflix becuase it’s cheap and you can terminate it whenever, especially when there’s nothing to watch on the UK one, which is almost always.

Now, imagine paying £27.99 a month for an all-you-can-view cinema card from Odeon when I hardly have time to go to the cinema!

Advices: don’t do it (unless you can actually find time to go).

I tried cancelling it because I just realised after 8 months (enough to fully grow a foetus inside a womb) that I literally have not been to the cinema in almost 9 months! Happy premature birthday, you spicy AF individual/s.

Okay, enough of tangents (even if that’s the kinda, sorta best one), first of all, I had two out-of-service knees that kneeded bedrest for approximately 5 months… Then I went back to work.

So, the last film I actually saw in cinema was Wonder Woman and the time before that? Well, the time before that I’d seen Arrival. IMAGINE!

My advice? Don’t tie yourself down to the Limitless card (or similar) if you’re busy and don’t have a lot of free time to see films or else you’ll be wasting money.

However, it’s a very good initiative and works out incredibly cost effective if you’re a regular cinema goer.

I love cinemas, I love movies, I just geniunely don’t have the time, and I won’t make time to go and see something on my own – because I don’t want to be stuck in a room full of couplos doing their businesses. Crack on, lovers! 💕

Okay, so I need to write 300 words for SEO and I currently only have 231 so… Damn, 232 now. Oh, you see where this is going. Let me fill up some space with my favourite thing to fill up blog posts with… Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. FlamBAE. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. BAEoncé. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. Bae. BAE! BAE! BAE! BAEBAE! BAEBSTATION. BAE! BAE (don’t) LEAF!

Odeon & Chinchilla. I two bazillion percent want to chin on your chill and/or chill on your chin, either or… I’m not fussy. Your chin, my chill… Let’s make it happen.