July Glossybox Festival Glam

Finally My Glossybox arrived !

Not late I just couldn’t wait to get it.

Again despite promising myself that I wouldn’t the spoiler blogs called out to me and I then set up myself up for disappointment as

Some of the boxes had HD Eyebrows in it and sadly it wasn’t in by box sob!

Anyway despite suffering from horrific hay fever and find the idea of standing in a field or park all-day insufferable, oh ad don’t get me started on the portaloos!

I liked this month’s box has a Festival theme

“These festival beauty essentials will get you festival glam in an instant”

In this month’s box I received:

Bex London –Londoner Urban Fragrance

Paul Mitchel –Awapuhi Moisture Mist- According to my colleagues this is really good! I think I will wait till I go on holiday to test it as my skin gets really dry on the plain, and since it can be used on hair also its one less product to pack in my hand luggage!

Monu –Night renewal Complex – Never thought of using specialised night creams but since I’m nearing the big 3-0 I’m not opposed to giving it a try. I dose smell very nice.

Jelly Pon Pong Cosmetics – This lip-gloss has a lovely bubble gum smell and it’s a very fun pink colour, only criticism is that the opening is quite wide and if you squeeze too hard loads comes out.

Nuxe- Huile Prodigieuse- I am looking forward to trying out this dry oil – Fingers crossed it will help in my fight against oily skin- It can be used on hair also

Oh yeah there was  Bonus product this month!

Elizabeth Ardens Visable Diffrence Skin Balancing line
Not overly excited about this product but I'm always happy for a bonus product 

Lee-Anne x 
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Walking Down Memory Road Considering New Creative Outlets

God bless me old mum
She still has lots of my old portfolios and work from when I was in university and college

Walk down memory lane with me peeps


Looking at my work beings back proud memories of working hard and staying up all night to meet deadlines  
There is more examples of my illustration, fashion design and styling work on my online portfolio http://www.wotshernameagain.com/
Must say I do miss doing all the creative research and experimenting with different  mediums.
For a while now I have been considering some kind of course in the evening such as Photography, Still life drawing or maybe even glass blowing (Could be fun)
 What creative outlets do you guys use in your spare time?

Tagoe's Closet rewriting the shopping experience

Of late I have shunned the high street and shopping centres in favour of shopping online.
I know online shopping doesn’t appeal to every one but for me it gets the job done.
  I hate the whole waking up on a Saturday morning, and having to wrestle with other buyers,
beg sales annoyed assistants for help getting the right sizes and im then expected to part with my hard earned cash after receiving substandard customer service.

Oh no honey!!
Give me online any day, I can be in my bed with my laptop or secretly at my computer at work and wham bam I have what I want.

Next day delivery please.
This doesn’t count for my love of thrifting going to markets and boot sales however because I love seeking out hidden gems and there is always lots of interesting people to talk to.
When I received an invitation for Tagoe's closets

Blog anniversary and shopping event launch
 I thought that would be an interesting way to spend a Saturday afternoon and perhaps pick up some bits and pieces for work.
Held at Nineteen in Streatham I was greeted upon entry by the hostess Ms Sherry Tagoe with a glass of wine and offered a variety of nibbles from the lovely spread of goodies.

Then it was time to get down to serious business…… Shopping

I generally take a no prisoners attitude when shopping, Don’t look at me don’t talk to me I don’t play!

And snatching garments I want out of other shoppers mind and screaming “you snooze you lose bitches!!”  has often crossed my mind but I promise I have never done it .

In this instance I found the experience very calming and enjoyable (The wine may have helped) giving and receiving advice to other shoppers about which garments to select.

Once the shopping was over and people started to get tired we all sat down had drinks and had general chit chat for a while before saying out god byes and leaving with our goodies.

For infomation about Tagoes Closet and any upcoming events please check out the Tagoe's Closet Facebook page.
Or at the  the Weighting In Vain blog

Event images provided by Tagoes closet
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