Currently, this Autumn I’ve been opting for a very natural look and have been more about letting my skin breathe which I’ve been enjoying. In fact, I think I’ve been going for less than what I did in Summer bizarrely! I have also made a few new product discoveries too! I’ve been opting for a neutral lip, warm eye and matte base whilst keeping bronzed. Ya girl is still living her pale life. All the products I’ve been using and loving are all drugstore too! If you know me, you know I love my drugstore products.
As as drugstore makeup lover, Makeup Revolution is up there as one of my favourite brands along with their new brand Revolution Pro. I have spoken about their products quite a bit on my blog as you may have seen and I continue to love every new product they bring out! I love how they do great quality products for affordable prices so well that anyone has access to good quality makeup! Hello student life.
One product in particular that really wowed the beauty world, including me was their Conceal and Define Concealer that they released quite a few months ago. (see my review here.) Recently the brand dropped a bomb and have brought out this concealer that went viral in foundation form which is just £9. Yep that’s right gals. Finally what we’ve been patiently waiting for! They have also released the concealer in a larger size too! I couldn’t wait to share my opinions on this foundation now I have tested it! I am also including a wear test to really put it to the test. Have Makeup Revolution impressed me yet again?
Being someone who’s not a huge fan of change, starting sixth form and A levels a few weeks ago has been a whole different ball game from the same old secondary I had been used to day in day out. Leaving all of my friends behind who were going onto do different things in different places also added to the uncertainty. Having said this, by the end of year 11 I was SO ready for a change, to move on, kiss goodbye to maths, P.E and whatever else and start new subjects that I had chosen and wanted to do! Those being photography, media studies and english language which I’m really enjoying so far. Photography is just fabbb, even if we have only just got properly started! Anyhow, now being just under a few weeks in (which is crazy enough) starting college is definitely an experience and although settling in has been tricky (a mix up of my timetable the other day didn’t help when I got told all my lessons had been changed, which is now resolved thank goodness- imagine! Haha) I’m pleased to say I am now feeling a lot more relaxed and am getting to grips with things and most importantly am making some lovely friends. Meeting new faces and teachers has been so nice. Once the cringey meeting everyone activities are over on the first few days and you start your proper lessons, it’s then where friendships blossom and it becomes easier! My college is also just down the road from where I live which is nice to be closer to home in my local town, unlike I was at my secondary.
Even though I faced the induction day on my lonesome before Summer which I enjoyed, actually starting college is the real deal where the work and being left to your own devices begins. I wanted to write this post for those of you who may be starting college next year to hopefully put your mind at rest and a bit of what to expect from my experience so far…
It’s officially AUTUMN which means I have no more waiting to do to wear my slippers and the most cosiest, oversized jumpers I can find. Although I am missing the continuous sunny days we had this Summer, Autumn has to be my favourite time of the year. Starbuck’s I’m coming for ya.
I know, I know you have probably heard this a billion times before but where…is…this…year…going!? For me this month has been quite a significant one with me starting college, which meant running up to starting I was gradually adding a few new pieces to my wardrobe, the majority from Primark, New Look and ASOS.
As I was having a bit of a sort out the other week, I came across my scrapbook, that I’m going to admit has been neglected for some time. I had planned to fill it a while back but things got in the way and that didn’t really come off. I decided last week that I WAS going to get back into scrapbooking and set it as a mission to carry on doing so.
It’s reminded me how much of a lovely past time it is to sit and stick printed memories that you can look back on whenever and in years to come. It does scare me that half of our lives (photo wise) are on our phones and if anything happened, they could all be gone. (well mine would anyway, I really should back it up shouldn’t I.) Anyhoo, I downloaded LALALAB. which seems to be the app that most scrapbookers use which is where the process starts. I’m not sure anyone should be taking advice from someone who just lays the prints out and hopes for the best but I suppose with scrapbooking, there really isn’t a right or wrong way to go about it, although I am planning on adding a few more bits to each page. You can really make it your own and get creative which I love, or in my case try and be creative. I thought I would share the easiest and cheapest way I have started to fill my scrapbook again for fellow scrapbookers or for anyone wanting to start one!