So I wanted to do a little post to say a BIG BIG thank you to all my followers! I just spent the last couple of minutes adding up my followers on Bloglovin & WordPress and I now have over 500 followers which is brilliant because I never assumed my blog would get this far, so it’s lovely to know there are people out there who love to read what I have to say or like what I just babble on about!
I started my blog just over a year ago now as my blog hit it’s 1st birthday at the end of March and I am so happy that I took the plunge to start blogging because it really is something I enjoy. I was never sure on whether to start blogging as I am a very shy person and pretty much as introverted as an introvert can get! But blogging has helped me in many ways and I have met some wonderful bloggers along the way 🙂
I shall be doing a giveaway towards the end of the month (April) and I hope that you’ll all be interested in taking part! It’ll be my very first giveaway and I am hoping to make it really cool so stay tuned.
Once again thank you to all my lovely followers! 🙂
Such a long title! however I decided to do a little review on a product that I recently got back in January because I’ve been using it more lately so thought I would share 🙂
I got this when I was back at home and trifling through sainsburys and noticed it on the shelf, I love it when my hair is curly and I love it even more if I can curl it naturally rather than using curling tongs! So I thought I would try this little spray that claims ‘Beach Matte Mermaid Look’ and I when I was reading the bottle I thought “Oooh how interesting!”.
Initially what led me to buying this was 1. The design of the bottle (haha I love nicely designed bottles and such!) and 2. The promise of ‘beachy waves’ so I thought why not lets give it a go! Now were are past the descriptive part lets move on to the review part…
The spray itself smells lovely, it’s obviously salt spray as it states on the front of the bottle and I know sometimes salt spray can dry out your hair but this spray doesn’t do that, my hair feels super soft afterwards still! Further to this the spray is light and works with a blow dryer or just spraying and going outdoors and letting the wind do its business, so I’d say it was a good buy 🙂
So it’s finally March and soon I am hoping the better weather will follow as well, the kind of days when it’s sunny and you can smell the flowers and it just feels like a great day! Also I am currently in the process of sorting out a giveaway for when I reach 100 followers on Bloglovin – so stick around because I’m gathering some super bits for you all! 🙂
Anyway so I thought I would review a few of my favourite perfumes at the moment and let you all know a little about them & why they’re currently my favourites! So to start with I have…
Victoria’s Secret Bombshell Body Mist – 250ml
So I never really admired any Victoria Secret merchandise until I actually ventured into their store in Sheffield and I loved everything! Their perfumes were just divine, but I actually brought a body mist (Not perfume I know! But deserved a review) and I thought that instead of paying a lot of money for a perfume I was unsure about I would try the body mist first and I am so so happy with this purchase, it was rather expensive I think it was like £22 which for me is expensive just for body mist but it is so beautiful that I didn’t mind! It smells so sweet but not overpowering and it lasts for a long time which is excellent, I brought mine in January and it’s still practically full! 🙂
Vera Wang Lovestruck Floral Rush Eau de Parfum Spray– 30ml
I got this as a present from my parents for my birthday and it smells lovely, it’s floral and light and is definitely a great buy! I never have tried or brought any of Vera Wang perfumes before and this has set the standards high for future perfumes!
Herve Leger Femme – 50ml I noticed this perfume online and also in the Avon catalogue for those of you from Britain, I got this and I had low expectations for it at first because it was never a brand I’ve ever heard of however I had heard good things about it however I was still skeptical. But it was and still is (I say ‘is’ because I have two bottles still!) a really beautiful smelling perfume, it’s fresh and floral but also smells different from other perfumes I have smelt because it has distinctive notes in the smell – It’s not to fruity or girly but the right amount to be sophisticated and fresh.