Saturday, 24 August 2013


I have started a new blog, this one is old and I have changed so much, I thought a new blog would be beneficial.
Please go follow my new blog,

I will be following most of the blogs I follow on here and I'm looking for new ones so please comment,

Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Daily Beauty Tip #1

Mascara Application Tips

I know most of you may look at this and think, 'What? We all know how to apply mascara, I learn't when I was, like, 6.' I'm really not saying you don't, I just want to share with you all a few tips that I have picked up, mainly from Mum! Hope you get something out of this.
  • The one thing I want to stress about to all the females out there is NOT to pump the wand up and down. This is pushing air into the tube which is a cause of clumping. Instead, gently twist the wand round and round to pick up the product.
  • When curling your lashes, you could heat them up with a hairdryer (obviously not so they're burning- about 3-5 seconds), this really helps my lashes get that lovely flicked look.
  • If you're not good at applying to the bottom lashes, place a tissue underneath.
  • For a steady hand, tilt the wand slightly.
  • Don't be afraid to use different mascaras at the same time, there's nothing wrong with it.
  • To brush your lashes when mascara has applied, instead of using a specific brush, get an old mascara and clean the wand in a cap-full of makeup remover then wash with soap and dry. But remember to keep it clean and treat it the same as a makeup brush.
  • If you zig-zag the wand when applying, it seems to prevent clumps for me.
  • If applying more than one coat, make sure the previous one is dry first, this causes clumps.

When shall I throw out my mascara?

Well mascara is the one makeup product in your bag you need to keep an eye on. Bacteria literally breed there. Most mascaras with a tube and wand have an antibacterial agent in them (this should last about 6 weeks) making it safe to used one mascara for about four months. You're risking an eye infection the longer you keep them, and you don't want one of those. My friend had an eye infection caused by a nasty mascara, I wouldn't wish it on anyone! If the smell or texture changes, bin it, it's not worth it.

Hannah Rose 

Sunday, 17 February 2013

It's A Moustache Life

Sorry I haven't been speaking to anyone, got a lot of College work to do! So I have a love for moustaches. Not on men, just the way they look in general! I know this post is a bit random but I'm just sharing the love of moustaches... Omg I'm so weird...
Urban Outfitters- £9

Urban Outfitters- £25

New Look- £4.99

New Look- £34.99 £15.50

River Island- £18

River Island- £3

River Island- £2

Zara- £19.99

Topshop- £7.50

Topshop- £3

Topshop- £20

Now a few I found on Tumblr that made me giggle and I hope they make you giggle too...

 And to leave you with this man, Mr Charlie Chaplin!
Hannah Rose 

Sunday, 10 February 2013

Review- Lush Bubblegum Lip Scrub

 Hello lovely bloggers, I just wanted to quickly share a product with you. This isn't very exciting as I'm sure most of you have bought/ used this already but this is one of my holy grail products. I bought this Lip Scrub from Lush a little over a year ago. I absolutely love Lush and having one in my town, I do make a stop every time I'm in town, I mean, what human doesn't feel the need to enter when they get a whiff of the shop?
I get dry lips now and again all throughout the year, especially during Winter. I wish I had gorgeous, plump lips, but I don't. Chapped, flakey lips are not very comfortable and I tend to bite the skin off (bad habit, I know) so I needed to find an alternative.

I have seen this product in numerous places and the packaging is very cute. A little glass pot with a signature black lid from Lush mashes well with the 'Lush look' and it's only £4.95. There are more options but this one stood out for me as it's pink(!) and smells like, oh yes, bubblegum! If you like sweet smells (and tastes I shall add, I sometime's lick it off as it is so delicious). I imagined this would be fun to swipe all over my lips and I was right.

To use the scrub, take a little bit of the product on a clean finger and rub gently in to your lips to exfoliate off all the dead skin cells.

As I was taking the pictures, I used this again and I love it. My lips feel soft as the sugar grains remove the dry skin/ peely bits. I use a Vaseline after applying this to moisturise my lips and I'm good to go!
Hannah Rose 

Wednesday, 6 February 2013


Top- New Look || Jeggings- Topshop || Shoes- New Look || Earrings- Topshop || Studded Bracelet- Topshop || Hand Bracelet- River Island

So I went out for a meal with 15 of my friends last night and we went to TGIF to celebrate end of exams. It was yummy and I had potato skins with bacon and cheese and then a huge american burger! I had a really good night, just wish I was 18 so I could go out after! Sorry for the crap photos, hope you're all well!

Hannah Rose