Monday, 4 February 2013

Thank You!

As I am a new blogger seeing that people from all over the world have viewed my blog makes me really excited. I didn't even think I'd get views from the UK let alone from countries such as America and Germany! I would like to thank everyone that has viewed my blog, so far, as it shows that I'm not wasting my time and doing something that I love to do.

Thank You!

Sunday, 3 February 2013

Rimmel London - Match Perfection Collection

Rimmel London's Match Perfection range - Foundation and Powder

I thought I'd review two products  that I've absolutely loved and used for many months now. This is Rimmel  London's Match Perfection range! I love this range because it is inexpensive and is very high quality.


This is the foundation that I have and it is really creamy to put on, gives a great coverage and lasts for a very long time, this foundation comes in 16 shades so there is one for every skin tone.  It is also inexpensive at £6.99, so is affordable for anyone with a budget.
Personally, I use a moisturiser so the foundation is easier to apply, but this tip applies to every foundation. 


This is the matching powder! This also is inexpensive at a price of £5.99, it has the powder and if you lift up the powder,using the little plastic leaver, there is a compact mirror and a pad to apply it with so no need for brushes!.Although it comes with the pad, I prefer to use a brush as a brush makes it easier to apply the powder. However, there is a limited number of shades as there are only 4 shades to choose from. Apart from that, this powder is worth a try as I think it's one of the best budget option powders that you'll find!

Thank you for reading this and I'll try to do more reviews more frequently as I had a lot of fun shooting these pictures and writing about these two products, which I absolutely adore!







Saturday, 2 February 2013

London!

Sorry I haven't posted in a really long time! I've been extremely busy and lots of things are going on in my life right now.

Recently I visited one of my favourite cities (London). During my visit, I visited one of the best buildings which is old but very beautiful, this was St. Paul's Cathedral. Being an 'arty' person I found the characteristics of the building mesmerising; you wouldn't think that a building so beautiful could've been designed and built in the 17th Century!

St Paul's Cathedral in London!

Because I love this building, I thought I would share some facts about it with you!
  1. The architect of this fabulous building was Sir Christopher Wren.
  2. It was built during the scheme to rebuild London after the Great Fire of London.
  3. The style of the building is English Baroque.
  4. The dome (shown above) is actually the back of the Cathedral and is 85m tall!
  5. It has been dominating London's skyline for 300 years.
  6. The cathedral was targeted during the Blitz and was struck by bombs on 10th October 1940 and 17th April 1941. Another bomb was diffused but if it had gone off, it would have blown the cathedral to pieces.
Hopefully, I'll post another blog post soon