5 Make Up Hacks I Learnt from a Bobbi Brown PRO MUA
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5 Make Up Hacks I Learnt from a Bobbi Brown PRO MUA

Last week I had the pleasure of being invited along to a Pro Masterclass at Bobbi Brown’s first Pro Studio in London’s Soho. The evening was led by Pro make up artist Aimee Morrison who demonstrated to a roomful of eager bloggers sipping on adorable mini Moëts how to create the ultimate day-to-night Autumn Winter look. It’s not very often that I blog about an event but this one was so jam packed with tricks of the trade and fabulous pieces that I want to shout from the rooftops about that it would’ve been greedy not to share!

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Instagram vs. Reality
Blogging & Photography Tips

Instagram vs. Reality

The problem with Instagram – and any form of social media – is that it is a highlights reel. I want to shout that from the rooftops on a daily basis “INSTAGRAM IS A HIGHLIGHTS REEL!” and in my own little way I try to, without actually pissing off the neighbours. 

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10 Things That Will Help You Get a Better Nights Sleep
Lifestyle

10 Things That Will Help You Get a Better Nights Sleep

I’ve got a love hate relationship with bedtime, and with sleep in general. I am an absolute afternoon nap queen, in fact I could probably go back to bed for a cheeky 2 hour kip by 9am most days, but when it comes to getting my solid 8 hours – and in reality I probably need longer – at night my brain switches to overdrive.

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Driving The French Riviera with Hertz Europe: Nice to La Rochelle
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Driving The French Riviera with Hertz Europe: Nice to La Rochelle

The Côte d’Azur, the Mediterranean coast of southwestern France, is one of Europe’s greatest gems. With crystal clear seas to rival the Caribbean, terracotta orange rooftops, grand villas of  La Belle Époque, millionaire yachts, a balmy climate and an abundance of fine cheese and wine, it really is the ultimate driving holiday. The best way to see the French Riviera is by car, not least for the beauty of the ability to make unexpected stop offs and discover villages off of the beaten track en route, and Hertz were kind (or mad?) enough to let me loose on the roads in a large Toyota. 14,000km, 9 cities, an aqueduct, a vineyard, 2.5 tanks of diesel and a flock of flamingos later and I’m here to tell the tale…

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Big in France: Cooking Up a Storm with Mark Greenaway
Travel

Big in France: Cooking Up a Storm with Mark Greenaway

Big in France hosts hands on cookery courses like no other; nestled in the idyllic French countryside a short drive from the bustling harbour town of La Rochelle you’ll learn how to make beautiful dishes – both exquisite in flavour and in presentation – using locally sourced seasonal produce under the guidance of multi-award winning Scottish chef, Mark Greenaway. Indulge in a plethora of foodie delights whilst sipping on a glass of vin rouge…or two…before returning home with new friends, a full belly, a happy heart and a whole host of new kitchen skills.

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