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Fluffy Fashion Forward Fluffy Fashion Forward Wednesday, November 7, 2012 Posted by Jazmine(r) at 8:34 PM No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: blush, cute, eyes, eyeshadow, face, Fashion, girly, hot, leopard print, lips, lipstick, make up brushes, makeup, pretty, sexy Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Violet Bella // Roots and Feathers
Dear friends, family, readers, lurkers, and others, It's been a fantastic two and a half years writing this blog. When I started, I always thought this would be a six-months-to-a-year project. What Would a Nerd Wear What Would a Nerd Wear
Oh how I miss New England. The pretty houses close together by the shore, and further and further apart as you wind your way inland, narrow roads canopied by pines, groaning beneath the weight of ice and snow (during this particular trip home at least), and icy, salty shores. While the entire region has my heart, if ever there was a place where I feel most at home and like myself, it's Maine. When I was younger, I dreamed of the day I'd escape for the bigger and brighter, now, I dream of the day I can go back. In a way, it’s less painful to live in the city, where major changes aren’t quite as apparent -- a building bulldozed here and there can’t compare to the scars left behind on a new clear-cut portion of land, previously lush with trees -- but the distance and knowledge of change makes me miss it no less. Orchid Grey Orchid Grey
Fashion makes the world go round
Rogue by Rihanna (75ml)* - £33 (RRP) Celebrity scents is starting to become more and more of the norm - first you had J-Lo and Britney, now you've got Kim K and Rihanna who have both become even more successful due to their fragrance lines. Recently I received a bottle of Rihanna's fourth scent Rogue to review and I have to admit that it takes a very special fragrance to make its way onto my dressing table, however does Rogue make the cut? Word on the street is that Rihanna created this adventurous scent for women who radiate edginess and confidence but are also flirty and feminine. who is she | uk lifestyle blog who is she | uk lifestyle blog

What I Wore

WhatIWore: With the New Year just around the corner, it’s time for me to get prepped for another Whole 30 Challenge. Last January was my first go at it and I saw amazing results. While I’ve stuck to a balance of about 80/20 true paleo, the Holidays have been a little gluttonous and I’m ready to clean up my diet! In today’s post, I’ll be sharing how I prep my kitchen and create my grocery list to start the Whole 30 off on the right foot. What I Wore
This limited edition NARS collection came to my attention when browsing the "New In" section on the Selfridges website. I hadn't heard much about it and all the colours looked tempting to me. 4 romantically hued blushes, variations on pink, 4 lip pencils in a similar tone selection and a shimmering face illuminator. I did something I don't think I have ever done - I bought all the cheek products and internally justified it as "for the blog". Yeah, okay. (L-R - Final Cut, New Attitude, Sex Fantasy and Love) buy now, blog later buy now, blog later
Steal her style Valentino Resort 2014. I found this collection interesting. Some of the skirts and dresses seemed school girlish in a childish, naive way in my eyes but still there’s something about these outfits that captivate me. The military feel is undeniable but seems to make the outfits come together for me. Whether it’s the colours used or the tone-in-tone of these outfits I can’t seem to put my finger on it but it does captivate me. Steal her style
Okay ladies, let's talk fitness and weight loss. I don't normally delve into these topics as I am a really shitty healthy person. I grew up with terrible eating habits (yet was always skinny until I hit 23). I have to drag myself to the gym and I would rather have splinters shoved under my finger nails than go on a juicing cleanse (okay, maybe that's a bit extreme). my thrifty chic my thrifty chic
Squiggles & Scribbles Squiggles & Scribbles Here's a little DIY to keep you busy during these cold days while you're watching re-runs of your favorite TV show, underneath your favorite blanket, and sipping some tea. High five for those with grandma tendencies!! No? Allright then.
Some beauty products I am personally obsessed with that I thought were worth sharing. I am defintitely a product junkie, like lots of you, but as I get older, I have found the items that work for me and that I love and tend to stick with them. Hope you enjoy! 1. Love this EOS lip balm...feels good to hold in your hand and apply, makes your lips super soft and tingly and is quite easy to find in your purse. 2. Girl Obsessed Girl Obsessed
Coat? Vintage Holt Renfrew Hat? F21 (old) Sweater? Zara (similar here) Plaid shirt? my edit.
We're heading into the time of year that Australians commonly refer to as the 'Silly Season'. The Christmas and holiday season is when everything goes a wee bit pear-shaped.. but in a good way. It's my favourite time of year. Something about the mass festivity provides ample heart cockle warm-age.

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Little Miss Violet
A week into April means that the March favourites posts are flying up all around the blogosphere. My video has already gone up on my YouTube channel, which you can watch below, but as you probably know, I always like to write a blog post to go alongside the video. As I didn't get around to posting my February Favourites until 20th March, I don't have too many products to talk about from March, however the products that I have included are damn good ones! Garnier Ultimate Blends Shampoo & Conditioner: I think I may have finally found the shampoo and conditioner duo that was made for my hair. That's Peachy: UK Style & Fashion Blog
Pearls and Poodles Contour shades: Cappadoce, Altai, Vientiane | Cheek shades: Anguilla, Laos, Siam, Exumas wearing Anguilla on my cheeks and lips and Copacabana Multiple as a highlight shade New NARS Cosmetics Matte Multiples £30, exclusively available online from Space NK Launching nationwide on NARS counters from May 2014 The original NARS multiples have become quite the cult product over the past couple of years and one of the more coveted items in any beauty enthusiast's makeup bag. The likes of Orgasm as a cheek colour and Copacabana as a highlight shade have become classic additions to my makeup routine and the Multiple formula is a firm favourite of mine due to its shimmering, sheer finish and creamy texture. This week however, NARS have released a whole new range of their classic Multiples with a brand new matte formula that can be used dry for a soft yet vibrant effect or wet for a vivid finish that melts into the skin.
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