I know drop crotch pants really don’t suit my body shape: I am short and have quite short legs, even for my frame. But I don’t care. I love them, and I will continue wearing them, even though they make my legs look like they are 10 cm long! I chased this lady… Read More
I am sooooo excited! My first give away, and I am even more excited that it is an Urban Rituelle Giftpack. Are you familiar with Urban Rituelle? Urban Rituelle is an innovative brand of Australian made bath & body care products based in Sydney, Australia. Leanne Haining and Scott Kelly established Urban… Read More
My very lovely Instagram Friend Sarah from Stay at Home Territory has tagged me in an Around The World Blog Hop. Now, this is the first time I have participated in anything like this, but it sounds fun, and it is 12:12AM and who needs sleep. So, as far as I can see,… Read More
Still, through all of this there is Beauty. Soul. Courage. These are the things that cannot be taken away. -David Jay Man oh man. Go and see this. A room full of photos shot by fashion photographer David Jay, shining the spotlight on young women affected by breastcancer. Every single one of these… Read More
You may well wonder what those flashing gorgeous pictures are in my sidebar. They are ads and links for companies that I am affiliated with. I am a total fan of these companies and the products they produce. Her Fashion Box is one of them and my new addition is Hunters and Gatherers. Just wait til… Read More
It has been a while since I received a Her Fashion Box. I felt I needed a little break. But then I started missing it. And I was suffering from a HUGE case of FOMO after seeing what gorgeous goodies were in the last couple of months. So, I renewed my subscription. I noticed a… Read More
My blog is all about fashion, make up and skincare – so it is only fitting I write about a charity that is very close to my heart. What do you think happens to ones self confidence, when not only have you been diagnosed with life threatening disease, but the treatment for this disease, changes the way you look? Look Good Feel Better is a free community service program dedicated to helping Australians undergoing treatment for cancer.
I look forward to this event every year. Although I haven’t been in the industry for many years, I go along to (wo)man the stand for Look Good… Feel Better: educating beauty professionals about the workshops this amazing organisation conducts. Read more about LGFB What is big this year? Eyebrows. Eyebrow extensions, eyebrow powders,… Read More