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Monday, 13 August 2018

Fashion | Summer Pinks

Coventry Cathedral

Let's start this post off with how gorgeous the location this was shot in! My home town of Coventry around the Coventry Cathedral is such a lovely place to shoot pictures! Especially this lovely house! I couldn't help but shoot here and around the Cathedral! My look for this day was rather cute with the baby pink vibes!

Coventry Cathedral
Coventry Cathedral
Coventry Cathedral

I honestly adored this cute little tie knot off the shoulder baby pink number! I've worn it a few times since it arrived! The material is so light a floaty, perfect for the summer heatwave! I honestly got to that point in the heatwave where I wanted rain, but when it rained, my gosh did it pore...then I was just like "BRING ME THE SUN BACK!" Typical English thing to say hey! So most importantly, I was very cool and summery in this little outfit. My Gucci belt is in fact fake, but on my 21st Birthday, I actually bought myself the real deal for £320! Yes I went that far and treated myself - why not? It was my biggest birthday yet being 21 and all! This belt Adam kindly bought me! Unfortunately I don't have the dupe website link! But if I find a dupe then I will leave it linked for you all! 

Coventry Cathedral
Coventry Cathedral
Coventry Cathedral

I love how my bag has super Gucci vibes too! Little bargain from Primark of course! I've been wearing this a lot lately, especially with light coloured dresses or white dresses. It just gives that classy girly vibe to the outfit. My denim shorts are actually from Topshop last year. I first saw them on Sarah Ashcroft and wanted them instantly even if they were £36, I actually bought them! I'll tell you what shop I have been loving lately though, River Island have had some GORGEOUS pieces lately and in the bag section I have fallen in love! I've recently bought a new bag and purse from there! Expensive, but definitely worth it for the quality of the items sold there! I feel a shopping spree being brought on...but my wardrobe honestly won't be able to breathe at this rate with all the clothes in there! Oops...

Coventry Cathedral

How cute is this hat though?! I have one in black and now this cute £3 H&M bargain of a hat in my collection and it first so perfect! I've linked one extremely similar if you wanted to also get your hands on one too! As well as the wedges, due to them being brought from New Look quite a few years ago, I've linked similar for you there too if you were looking for a super cute tanned pair for under £20! I might go and order a new pair for myself yet!


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Thursday, 9 August 2018

Lifestyle | What Happened In June

What Happened In June

June started off with a trip down to London for the day with Adam for a smoothie and croissant pit stop at Saint Aymes, a stroll through hyde park and a long tube and Uber journey to BlogConLDN! I had the pleasure of meeting Misha Grimes (Miss Teen Galaxy), Scarlett London, Hello Miss Jordan as well - a few of my favourite Instagrammers. I had the pleasure of speaking to quite a few brands with the likes of SanDisk, Light Bites, Jewellery Box, Johnny Loves Rosie and a fair few others that I managed to speak to! It was so nice having that time to network with brands and who's behind them, as well as speak to so many lovely bloggers all in the one place! You can watch the whole vlog here.

During June I also managed to pass my Theory Test! Woohoo! (FINALLY!) Adam got me the cutest present...a frame of our favourite picture together on holiday and a lovely 'Congratualtions' card too, how sweet of him! But he was so supportive through the whole process! Thank you Adam for that. The link to that video is here.

I spent some time in Samoan Joes (no surprise there!) again for a night out with Adam, Sophie and Sam which was a night filled with lots of laughs, dancing and, of course, cocktails!

Me and Adam also had a lovely weekend in Leamington Spa doing a spot of shopping, checking out the Peace Festival that was on that day, having a go at the giant hula hoops! We also went for lunch at Zizzi's (of course) which is my favourite.

The next day was Father's Day, so I took my Dad for a meal at the Farmhouse in Coventry and had the most divine Indian food! Officially my new favourite place to eat! Dad certainly enjoyed it too, as he ate his entire dish of Chicken Vindaloo, yet the portions are huge enough for you to take home for another meal. Which of course I did that. Watch the vlog here.

Adam's Birthday also happened in June and my gosh did I have some surprises up my sleeve! Well, mainly melting in the boot of a car, but you'll have to watch this vlog to know what really happened! I surprised him by inviting his friends and family to go Go Karting at Ace Karting in Nuneaton which he really enjoyed and so did everyone else and Adam came first and got a cute Karting trophy! We then all went for a lovely meal at the Bull & Butcher pub in Corley which was so nice to have with everyone there that came.

Lastly, we went to Santa Pod Raceway for the day with Sophie and Sam in the in the scorching sunshine! It was quite fun sitting and watching all different types of race cars and motorbikes go flying down the racetrack between 80-320mph! Only £14 a ticket when you buy online in advance!

That pretty much sums up what happened in June! What did you do in June?

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Monday, 6 August 2018

Fashion | Florals & Motivation

Memorial Park Coventry

We're back! It's been a while when it comes to the fashion section of my blog...It's been a while since I've actually been active and consistent with my blog and social platforms. In all honesty I was lacking motivation with the entire concept of blogging and mainly Instagram as I feel like engagement has just dropped so much lately so I just stopped uploading so often. So let's get to the point of why I am officially back! I wanted to start again with it all, as I gave my all into blogging, networking, events, brand collaborations etc. And I just had to take a minute to think...What am I doing? I was missing time with my family which is SO precious to me as well as with my friends and of course my lovely man Adam. So I've been not so active because I've just wanted that time to appreciate the time I have with my loved ones.

Memorial Park Coventry
Memorial Park Coventry
Memorial Park Coventry

This day that we shot these images were in Memorial Park with Adam - my awesome photographer and boyfriend. We spent the day in the sun walking around this park that I basically came to a lot when I was a kid with my Mum and Brother, as well as my Dad and little sister. There's memories I keep close to me in this park as well as in Coombe Abbey, as they are places that hold such treasured childhood memories. So this gorgeous weather could not go a miss without a gorgeous dress of course! Considering how much of a super heatwave England has been going through, this gorgeous dress was lovely and cool with the thin floaty material. The under skirt was slightly short, but it was fine with the long maxi length skirt. I honestly couldn't get over how gorgeous the print and overall design of the dress - just perfect for the summer and a holiday!

Memorial Park Coventry
Memorial Park Coventry
Memorial Park Coventry
Memorial Park Coventry

My floral bag literally has lived with me during this summer season. Unfortunately it's sold out, but it was £46, which considering the size and how beautiful the overall design of it I thought was actually worth it and it's actually the most I've ever spent on a handbag to be completely honest - bargain hunter normally! Had to treat myself to this beauty that's for sure! It was clearly saying BUY ME anyway so I couldn't leave the beauty on it's own could I? Same goes for my wedges, I wear these literally EVERYWHERE! Out, to work, OUT OUT - of course, honestly they are so comfortable even though they are SO high, but they feel so flat? I broke my favourite strappy sandals on holiday (watch in this vlog) from doing some Salsa dancing! 

What do you think of this dress?


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Thursday, 5 July 2018

Lifestyle | Samoan Joes New Cocktail Menu Launch



Samoan Joes is honestly my favourite place to go in Coventry for Cocktails! I love the atmosphere, the interior, the set up and of course, the cocktails! I had the opportunity to go down for a night out with the Coventry Bloggers for a "Bloggers Night Out" a few weeks before this and it was SO much fun! The DJ sets are always good and up beat, it's always rammed in there too! Especially after 10pm! The best time to go is between 8-10pm as that's when you get 2 for 1 cocktails - YES!! Anyway, enough about how amazing the place is (even though I could write about it for ages about how much I love the place) let's talk about the new Cocktail Menu launch!


Me and Adam went down as well as a couple of the Coventry Bloggers - Emily from Drained Beauty, Gemma from Just Gemma, Paige from The Last Paige and Jodie Sharee too! We all got the chance to try 2 different cocktails each. I was generously given the Candyfloss Bellini and Rude Jude. I was more into the Rude Jude drink than the Candyfloss Bellini, as I'm more of a fruit cocktail type person rather than a really sweet one, as much as I love prosecco! I love how quirky all the drink glasses and cups are! They just add to the Tiki Bar atmosphere! There's so many different cocktails to choose from though! Gemma had the Ace Ventura which looked pretty snazzy! Definitely one to try as it was lovely!


The main ones me and Adam tried were, Samoan Joe is what Adam had, and I'm pretty sure there was Malibu in that drink - not a fan as I hate the taste of coconuts! But Adam certainly loved it! Adam also tried The Pineapple Smash which comes in a pineapple shaped cup - so quirky! I obviously tried the Candyfloss Bellini and Rude Jude which was lush! But my firm favourites that I always have when I go in there now (most weekends) are Pornstar Martini and Rude Jude. I've even got Sophie and Sam onto Rude Jude's being their favourite cocktail in there!

So, if your ever in Coventry or on a night out in Coventry, definitely pop into Samoan Joes as it's an awesome atmosphere, the staff are always so lovely and welcoming towards you, and of course, the cocktails are always on point!

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Thursday, 21 June 2018

Travel | Jam Jar Coventry

Jam Jar Coventry

Let's talk ice cream. Fun topic right? All the different things you can create with ice cream, and what a variety of a menu Jam Jar Coventry has! I've been to this ice cream parlour a couple of times now, so I feel a review needs to be created. Continue reading if you want to start drooling over delicious desserts...

Jam Jar Coventry

Menu


As for the menu, they have a very large selection of different desserts, from ice cream sundaes to waffles, massive smoothie drinks to a small tub of gelato ice cream. As much as the desserts were delish, the menu itself was lacking cleanliness. The menu definitely needs an update as the pages were falling apart as we were flicking through. Cleanliness is a massive thing no matter where I go, so a clean menu is a big thing to look for when I'm eating out. Who wants stick hands after picking the menu up? You want to choose what you eat before you stick your hands into someone else's leftovers. Other than that, they have a great variety of desserts.

Jam Jar Coventry

Interior


Now interior is another attraction that makes me go into somewhere. Jam Jar Coventry has a very American Retro Diner feel to the place, but it's kind of dull at the same time, okay caged shelves of Nutella is quite quirky, but when there's just seats and tables and nothing that goes WOW LOOK AT ME in the decor, it's not so impressive. It's very standard and basic and definitely needs a make over or even a few quirky lights, pictures or anything to give it more colour or attraction.

Jam Jar Coventry

Customer Service


The only annoying thing about this was you couldn't pay by card or contactless, and in this day and age, pretty much everyone with a smart phone is preferring to pay by contactless lately so never carry cash around, okay it helps that there is a cash machine outside, but when you just want to chill and have no faffing around, this can be an annoying thing to happen, so make sure you have cash on you when you go. This may just be a thing that they had when they first opened and could be different now, but take cash with you if you visit here regardless. The desserts were made quite quickly and the service I would say was 50/50 with staff as you get with most places these days really. Some people are lovely to you, the others might be having a bad day or stressed. 

Jam Jar Coventry

Food


As for the food, I couldn't fault it. I had a Strawberry Shortcake Sundae and it was DELISH! I also had a Mixed berries smoothie which was also LUSH! The prices weren't too bad either. It was all freshly made in front of you and it was honestly lovely food and I would definitely go back there again for the food. But if you have a Strawberry Shortcake sundae like me, try to get to the digestive biscuits first at the bottom or they go soggy hahaa!

My overall thoughts on my place was it needed an update, but the food was delicious. Definitely check it out if your in the Coventry City Centre area any time soon - especially over the summer period!


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Monday, 18 June 2018

Lifestyle | What Happened In May

Costa Brava

May was full of so much fun and eventful times and great memories were made.

Me & Adam had a few nights out, especially in Samoan Joes. We had a night out with a few of the girls from the Coventry Bloggers for a bloggers night out where we had a few cocktails - Pornstar Martini was a firm favourite. We danced the night away and met some absolutely lovely girls! We also spent the day walking to Memorial park and enjoying the gorgeous sunny weather. You can watch that vlog here.

We went to Samoan Joes again for their new Cocktail menu launch (blog post coming soon) and tried THE best new cocktails. I first had a candyfloss belini which was nice if you like really sweet drinks. My next cocktail was a Rude Jude in a cute red strawberry cup. Honestly would order that one again and again. It had rum in it and I don't even like rum, but I liked it in the Rude Jude cocktail that's for sure!

The next event was This Morning Live which I didn't expect to be so good! I bought so much stuff! I bought a whey protein shake set from Free Soul which tastes SO good with almond milk - which I now like! I also spoke to a few cute brands, one being an environmentally friendly jewellery company that uses recycled silver shaped into different endangered animals which I think is such a good and meaningful idea! Have a look at their Instagram here. We went to Las Iguanas after for celebratory cocktails and food, as I've been given a promotion in my job that was definitely worth celebrating!

The next day me and Adam flew to Costa Brava for our holiday for a week. We got up to so much fun! Our first day we had a lovely stroll up to Pineda De Mar and had a pit stop for a jug of Sangria on the way and looked around the shops. We picked up a fair few Spanish snacks before we sat down for lunch and had the best, I kid you not, the best pizza and chips I've ever tasted! We went out to a night club called Tropicana and salsa danced the night away - such fun! I won't spoil this too much, so just watch the vlog here of the first part of the holiday - more vlogs of the holiday to follow!

The day we flew back we went straight out for cocktails with friends which was such fun! We also went for a meal with family 2 days later, so it was a nice welcome back!

That pretty much sums up May! I just wish I could go back on holiday again! Hope you enjoyed reading! See you in the next post!

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Monday, 4 June 2018

Lifestyle | What Happened In April

Indian Sari
Indian Sari

April seriously started off with a bang, well to be more accurate, a giant pink box, a key and lots of happy tears. So basically I spent a weekend with Adam where we went shopping and to Fargo Village. When I went home, I was handed a big pink box, my Mum, was there (the box was given to me by my Dad) and then Adam popped out the living room with his Mum (I didn't even know they were there), and I was like what's going on?! So I opened the box to find a key to MY FIRST CAR! If you follow me on Twitter and Instagram, you would of seen the video that was shot. I was SO happy I cried and squeezed my Dad. Honestly was and still am so so grateful for it. If you haven't already, watch the video in my vlog here.

Another fun thing in April was me and Stacie had a fun girls night in with gluten free Domino's pizza and chicken goujons alongside watching (my fave) Disney's Moana. It was so fun! We also went shopping and for lunch at Slug and Lettuce with Sophie too. Watch the weekend vlog here.

Next up was my brother's birthday party which of course I vlogged here. I honestly love house parties, especially at my brother's house as it's always so fun and memorable! It's like when I was younger I always had them, always had a bouncy castle brought in - such fun with alcohol, but be careful as they can turn messy!

Lastly in April, I was contacted by a lovely girl from Instagram who was a University student looking for a few girls to model sari's for her project and magazine, so of course I love trying new things and wearing a sari is one thing I've always wanted to do! It was a lot of fun, even if we were freezing! I also became good friends with Alisha who is so lovely and such a good laugh! We honestly had such fun during the shoot!

That's about it for April - even if we are now in June, I really wanted to get this post up and it's about time I posted on the blog! There will be a post coming at some point explaining my absence from my blog also. For now, hope you enjoyed the post and I'll see you in the next one! Thanks for coming and taking the time to read and engage with my content!


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Monday, 16 April 2018

Lifestyle | What Happened In March


March...It was a very eventful month. Including a day in London, The Photograhy Show, Comic Con and many other fun things. It was quite an adventurous one to be truthful and it was a month I honestly really enjoyed, at the weekends mainly, as we all know, work isn't always fun. So let's move on to what fun was held over this month.

March started off with snow, and lots of it! But it didn't stop me from seeing my favourite people. We went for a special meal out at the Farmhouse where we ate ourselves silly with Indian curries, rice, poppadoms and naan breads - definitely would recommend this place if your from Coventry. Especially if Indian food is one of your main favourites for food. It was so nice to see the guys and girls after quite a while thinking about it. We hadn't all been together for a proper meal since Christmas! Along with the delicious food, gorgeous interior, we were also entertained by a magician - you can see what happened in this vlog here.

Next up, me and Adam spent a very long but very much enjoyable day out in London together and saw loads of different sites, went to quite a few Instagramable places and took lots of cool shots. To see exactly what we got up to, you can watch the full vlog here. Within the same weekend, it was Mother's Day, a day where I spent some quality time with my Mum, which is certainly needed and was nice to treat her to a nice roast dinner and lots of lovely treats.

Another eventful weekend included a fair few fun things. It started off with being Press for The Photography Show, which was so good! We were able to chill out with a tea, coffee and biscuits in the Press Lounge, where we also got our passes, a USB with our Press Pack, Show Guide and a voucher for a free camera strap - which is such a cute bohemian one! It was such a good event! Me and Adam were at the event for quite a few hours trying out loads of different cameras, equipment and lenses etc. I even took my GoPro and used that round the show which was pretty fun. I have to say that Canon had the best stand, as they had a beautifully lit floral display you could take pictures of with all their latest cameras. I even took a few shots on my Nikon D3200 camera. We ended the day with a talk by Art Wolfe, who I hadn't heard of before, but admire his work so much now I've witnessed it! He's a man filled with all kinds of amazing knowledge, with a brilliant eye for an impressive shot. Definitely check out his work here!
During the same day, but later on, we went out with my family to celebrate St. Patrick's Day - as I'm half Irish of you didn't already know that. It was such a fun night which you'll see in the vlog from that weekend. The next day was another busy one as we headed back to the NEC in Birmingham for Comic Con. Where I went as Star Wars Sith Mrs Marvel mash up. I was actually quite proud of how it turned out to be honest. I do have to be honest about Comic Con, it's my 4th one now, and I just feel that the love for it has just worn off...I love cosplaying, but the overall feel about the day for me personally has just died out. I used to get so excited about it, yet now, I just don't feel so excited about it. Maybe because I didn't make the effort to be involved in any meet ups or photoshoots, I did individual ones with different photographers, but no group ones like I used to. It just doesn't feel the same. If you've never been before and love all that nerdy stuff, then go as it's a great experience, but as I've basically been there, done that 4 times, I'm a bit bored of it for now. But either way, it was great fun!

On the 24th March, I finally had a girls day out with my two favourite girls, Stacie & Sophie. I hadn't seen them in a few weeks so we planned a day out filled with shopping and lots of food! So we started off having a nosey at the new Canteen in West Orchards in Coventry, as it's been under construction for a few months now and they had a new opening event on. We decided to have a quick bite to eat in Mcdonald's - of course I had chicken nuggets. We managed to get a seat luckily in one of the 4 zones in McDonald's. They've got a new eating place there now too - a noodle bar! There's also KFC, Subway, a coffee cafe - I've completely forgot the name of! There's also the Shake Shack (Love Shack?) which has such nice milkshakes! I really wanted to get a picture with the balloons they were giving out, but they were literally all gone unfortunately, so that was my awesome instagram shot idea gone! Either way, the design of the place is pretty snazzy! Loved the decor in Mcdonald's with the picture frames. It's nice that there's still enough selection there, as there used to be loads like around 6/7 different eating places to choose from, but now there's more seating areas which is always helpful.'

After our little sit down, we (of course) headed down to Primark. I actually put myself on a £25 spending limit - guess who let that go out the window! Even though I said to the girls don't let me buy everything! Oh well, nothing wrong with treating yourself! Watch the vlog here.

I also had my hair redone by my hairdresser Charlotte - find her here if your from the Coventry/Bedworth/Nuneaton area! She's the only hairdresser I trust with my hair! Which was perfect timing as the next day I went to see 30 Seconds To Mars, which if you've got me on Snapchat and Instagram (all links are down below) then you would of seen them too! They were INSANE!! I even bought a band tee as that seems to be the tradition now for every concert I go to!

The last weekend in March, me and Adam had a cute little date night and went to Bella Italia. Now let me tell you a story about Bella Italia...We ordered two Italian Spritz, one elderflower and citrus and the other strawberry - which we both shared as they were both so nice! But the food, well, we both ordered spaghetti bolognese, but considering how my stomach can cause me pain whenever I eat certain foods, I wanted to put it to the test and try the gluten free version on the spaghetti bolognese to see if I'd not have any pain/bloating as carbs and greasy food seem to be the main ones that give me pain/make me bloated. So when the food came out, I was given pasta bolognese, PASTA. Guess who was not impressed as it clearly stated 'SPAGHETTI' on the menu. The waitress said that is gluten free spaghetti, and I said, no, you can get gluten free spaghetti, this is pasta. They asked if I wanted anything else, and I said erm no. They shouldn't put Spaghetti bolognese as a gluten free option when it isn't even spaghetti! I was honestly SO not happy. Adam bless him, swapped his dish with mine and ate the gluten free pasta that honestly tasted like cardboard...Won't be eating there again! As even the prices are over priced! I loved the drinks but really disliked the food. Afterwards, we headed to Jam Jar the ice cream parlour and had a nice sundea each there (REVIEW COMING SOON!) and then had cocktails at the Slug and Lettuce where there was an 80's night.

Well that concludes March! See you next month, well, in the next post!


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Thursday, 12 April 2018

Travel | Backhaus&Co. Comedy Night Coventry

Backhaus&Co. Comedy Night Coventry
Backhaus&Co. Comedy Night Coventry

If your from Coventry, you might know about Fargo Village, if not, then you definitely NEED to read this post here. If you have heard/been to Fargo Village before, you'll know about the Backhaus&Co. coffee shop! I honestly didn't even know that they hosted a comedy night every month - and I am definitely one that's always up for a laugh, as watching comedians is literally one of my favourite things to do, especially during my teen years. Lee Evans will forever be my all time favourite, next to Jack Whitehall & Russell Howard. Anyway, enough of them, let's talk about the show and the acts that performed during the show...

Backhaus&Co. Comedy Night Coventry

Within the coffee shop, they cater for both vegan and non vegan eaters. With a few different types of vegan cakes, cooked vegetables, alcoholic drinks and chicken wings. I didn't try the vegan cake but definitely plan on having a slice next time I go in there for a pot of tea!

Backhaus&Co. Comedy Night Coventry

The show was opened up & introduced by Michael Dryburgh, which honestly amused me when he introduced himself up to the stage! The first thing I said when I heard his Scottish accent was "He sounds like David Tennant!" this guy was honestly quite amusing and he was telling us all about his trip to A&E and basically was taking the mick out on himself, but it was rather funny!

Backhaus&Co. Comedy Night Coventry

The next act was Adele Cliff, a girl from Cambridge who studied at Warwick University, who is also a vegan who never was able to watch Disney films as a child - someone needs to take this girl to Disneyland!! There was one joke that she mentioned about shag bands & a tamogotchi that actually had me howling! Considering how this girl has been told she is immature, I honestly think she has some pretty amusing jokes and I like her unique personality which is presented through her material. Definitely one to go and watch! I also got to interview Adele on a few questions too:

"What started you off into comedy?"

I did a lot of sketches and student radio when I was at uni (in Warwick) and eventually I started to branch out on my own doing stand up. I've always loved being silly and writing jokes and you seem less mad if you do that in front of an audience, as opposed to on trains or in supermarkets.

"Who's your favourite comedian and why?"

Me, it's important to believe in yourself. (I love loads of comedians, it's hard to pick a favourite.)

"What's the worst joke you've told?"

My answer to the previous question.

"Where do you get your inspiration from for jokes?"

I do one liners, so kinda all over the place. I tend to pick out a few topics every time I write and try and get as many funny things out about each of them. Also, I like embarrassing my sisters, so if I think something will embarrass them, I feel inspired.

"Where would you like to see yourself in a years time?"

Probably still in a mirror, I doubt hologram technology will have developed much further by then.

"What's the best highlight so far from doing comedy?"

Probably being in the finals of the UK Pun Championships, there were 1,200 people there cheering and we were competing head to head in a boxing ring! It was nuts.

Backhaus&Co. Comedy Night Coventry

You can find Adele on YouTube here - one to watch if you love all the puns! Also find her on Instagram & Twitter here.

There were two more acts on at the show. We managed to watch Ben Hanlin who was a magician but was also rather funny! He did some pretty impressive card tricks and one of the world's most dangerous tricks of a tail in a bag and absolutely NAILED IT! Okay, maybe I'm jumping in on the puns here too...hehee. But that guy was so good we didn't leave until the very end. I would of love to have seen the last act, but unfortunately, I had to be up early for work the next day so that was a bummer I couldn't stay for the entire event. You can find all the events for Fargo Village here and Backhaus&Co here.

Thanks for reading! I'd definitely love to attend this comedy night again, just a shame it was on a Tuesday! As a Friday or Saturday would of been more convenient and I would of stayed for the whole thing! But either way it was a great night and tickets are only £4! Decent price for the entertainment your get! Even though I didn't have enough time to see the entire show, it was very entertaining and would recommend it to anyone who loves comedy or a bit of a laugh! Thanks to the guys at Backhaus&Co for inviting me along to this hilarious night!

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Monday, 9 April 2018

Beauty | Krasr Black Head Remover

Krasr Black Head Remover
Krasr Black Head Remover

Hello you beautiful people! I bet your wondering what the heck is this contraption about!? Well, I've been trying this little gadget out for the last few weeks and along with it being such fun pulling black heads out, it's such a fascinating tool to have in your beauty cabinet! Read on to see how I got on with it and what funny things happened.

Krasr Black Head Remover

This little gadget I first opened up over on my Snapchat (IsobelCeline) if you haven't already added me over there, as some funny parts of my life happen there. If you like cute dogs, blogger mail, random snaps and the odd rampage about things, then you'll like what I post! Anyway, when I first showed this unboxing on my Snapchat, I tried it out how your supposed to, but also had a bit of fun and got it stuck to my nose! Hahaa! It pulled out a couple of my blackheads, but I have quite clear skin so it wasn't so successful on my skin, but like I said, it still pulled out a few considering how tight my pores are!

Krasr Black Head Remover

So, of course I had to put it to the test and try it on Adam's nose! Which was actually really fun and satisfying! Is anyone else satisfied and completely comfortable by picking your partners spots or blackheads? I honestly find it so satisfying - don't judge me hahaa! So trying this out on Adam's pores was actually quite fun in a strange way. But I have to say, the only way I could describe seeing the blackheads come out was that they looked like worms! It was so strange! This little gadget has 3 buttons - The power button, minus button and plus button. The minus and plus buttons control how much suction you want to use. I tend to use it on 2 or 3, as if i use 4 or 5 it's just too powerful and leaves a red mark where you've put it and honestly looks like a hickey, and no one wants them to show to they! This also works on spots sometimes too, but make sure you pop your spot first before you but the suction over it as other wise it can cause it to bleed because of the pressure - that's what me and Adam realised when we tried it on spots.

Krasr Black Head Remover

It charges easily and comes with a USB charger that slots into the bottom of the gadget. It also comes with three different shaped heads and a rounded silver head one which is based on cooling the area you've gone over. It's such a good little thing to have, as it certainly saves you money on nose pore strips that hardly ever work! This is definitely a product I'd recommend, I'd just be careful as to how powerful the suction level you use as it can mark your skin. I've also got you guys a cheeky little discount on this Krasr Black Head Remover too! Use "isobel20off" at the check out for 20% discount! It retails at $69.99 but it's currently on sale for $64.95. So it's an investment but definitely one worth buying into!

Have you ever tried anything like this? How do you get rid of your blackheads?



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