This winter has totally wrecked my skin. From air con to freezing temperatures and some horrendous cystic acne plus all the sugar spots that Christmas bring us! These are my products that have kept me (almost) sane. I’ve also recently picked up the Sanctuary Therapist Secret Facial Oil in Boots and have used it for 2 nights and have seen an improvement already.
Admittedly, bathrooms aren’t the most used rooms in the house. But just because we don’t use them as much as our living rooms or kitchens, that doesn’t mean that when it comes to decor, they should be neglected. It’s nice to be able to have somewhere beautiful to spend bathtime in.
Whether your bathroom is lacking style or is in need of some TLC, here are some design tips and ideas that may come in handy.
This is a gift guide for the ones with cash to splash and the ones that don’t but want to look like they have! For example, need a gift that looks like you’ve spent a month’s wages on it? Try Baukjen, they have loads of gorgeous jewellery such as the Boe Infinity Necklace and Leather Band Ring that don’t cost the earth. I mean, that leather band ring is so cute and it’s only £14!
Christmas is creeping up and it’s time to get saving to treat the one you love. Aww! This is a luxury gift guide, with two stocking fillers thrown in. The most expensive item in this gift guide is the Oris BC3 Advanced Day Date from Market Cross Oris Watches. I think it’s a stunning piece and obviously a huge investment but it’s so pretty. Maybe one day I’ll be able to buy this kind of watch for Luke! Something a little bit more down to earth (but only just!) is the brown leather Vivienne Westwood Backpack, it is dreamy! Further down the affordable line is the Whistles Printed Sweatshirt which I love. The camo print is really cool but it’s a little different because of the colour way. Two lovely little stocking fillers are the Tartan Scarf which is available from ASOS for under £20! I also love these cheeky Pug Socks from Topman! What do you think?