Sunday, 29 September 2013

THE BLOGGING CHRONICLE: SEPTEMBER 2013


Hot From September




I think that this month has really been the most bizzare month of my life and just when I thought that I had stopped riding the crazy emotional rollercoaster that I had been riding most of the summer, I somehow got back on and rode it even faster.

September has seen me move back to Liverpool, live in a new flat with friends, start my second year of journalism, swing back into a long distance relationship, share my bed with horrendous biting bugs, start a new job and say goodbye to my Papa who so very sadly passed away on the 12th, only two months after my Nana.

It has to be said that I am kicking very hard to keep my head above the water and remain optimistic and positive.
It is no lie when people say, what doesn't kill you makes you stronger, I have seen myself change over the past three months and I honestly feel like I am different young woman for the better.
My emotional stength pretty darn sturdy.

Each month I take a look back over each post and pick out my favourites.
I also throw in a cheeky post from the achives for your amusement. 


1. 
September is often the month of change and I know that for a lot of my readers a huge change has taken place in their lives, moving out to university.
I suffered from terrible homesickness in my first year of university so I decided to share with you a few ways that really helped me.
I am now in my second year and the homesickness is no more!

2.
I was really, really impressed with the pigmentation of the Stargazer eyeshadows and they have now become a part of my everyday make-up routine.
You can read my thoughts on the Stargazer lipsticks and blush in this post also.

3.
Okay, I know that number three is technically two posts but I just had to pair them together as September saw me kit myself out for winter, opting for a vintage coat and a shocking red pair of boots!

From September 2012
My Grandparents Golden Wedding Anniversary OOTD and FOTD

I am headed into October with a fresh mindset, carrying lots of memories with me and a huge bundle of optimisim forthe future.

I would like to dedicate this September round up to my dear Papa who was always proud and so facinated with everything I do, including this very blog. When I first ever told him about it, he simply said: "I might start one."
Papa Jack (1927-2013)


hollie x
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Friday, 27 September 2013

THE BEAUTY CHRONICLE: REAL TECHNIQUES BRUSH REVIEW

expert face brush

- As a long time fan of the Pixiwoo's I have been eyeing up the Samantha Chapman 
Real Techniques brushes for quite sometime.
I must admit that I am rather late on the band wagon with this one but I wanted to share with you my thoughts on my new foundation brush.

My favourite foundation is the Lasting Perfection Ultimate Wear Foundation by Collection .
It is thick and creamy in consistency which means that it takes alot of work with ye ole' foundation brush to blend evenly into your skin.

For the longest time, I have been using my MAC 130 stippling brush to work in my foundation and although it is a great little brush, it has seen better days and due to its size my base routine takes longer than needed.

With a new chapter in my life just starting, I decided to start a new chapter with my foundation brush also picking up the Expert Face Brush for £9.99 in Boots.


The Expert Face Brush is intended for cream or liquid foundation and has ultra soft, cruelty free bristles.

The dome shape of it allows you to buff in your foundation to build coverage in no time at all and applies a nice even coverage of foundation.
I recommend that upon first use of this brush that you pop a little splash of water over the bristles so that the bristles don't absorb lots of product.

Overall, I am very impressed with the Expert Face Brush

Which other Real Techniques brushes do you recommend?
hollie x
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Wednesday, 25 September 2013

THE MAKE-UP CHRONICLE: MINERAL MAKE-UP

glō-minerals Make-up



- A few years ago whilst I was at work a ridiculously huge spot appeared on my chin.
I worked in hospitality and dealing with customers all day caused my self confidence to plumet because the big, juicy spot was just so visable.

My manager at the time let me borrow some of her foundation in a bid to conceal the spot.
It was on that day that I was introduced to mineral make-up.

I was very impressed with the way that the mineral foundation covered up said spot and I vowed that I would give mineral make-up a go myself.

I have since introduced some glō-minerals make-up to my everyday make-up routine and I am very happy to say that I shall be replacing the existing products in my make-up bag for the glō-minerals products.

glō-minerals only use pure, pharmaceutical grade minerals which are triple milled and their products are paraben, dye and perfume free.

glō-minerals Mineral Make Up range is based on the following criteria:
· Pharmaceutical grade ingredients · Talc free · Exclude Dyes and Parabens · Perfume free · Antioxidant blend of vitamins A,C,E and green tea · Micronised triple milled to lay smoother on the skin · Protect and improve the condition of the skin · Anti- inflammatory · Anti-bacterial · Anti-Ageing · Broad Spectrum UVA and UVB protection · Suitable for use post procedure · Non Comedogenic · Coverage ranging from sheer to complete camouflage
Sunkiss Duo Bronzer*



I was interested to see how I got along with this bronzer as I often find bronzers far too orange or shimmery.
The Sunkiss bronzer has two sides a matte brown shade for contouring and a lighter brown, slightly shimmery shade for adding a sunkissed highlight to your face.
The powder is super soft and easy to work with as the colour pay off is very pigmented so you only need a light dusting of colour.

Camouflage - Oil Free Concealer in the shade: 'Natural'*



I love creamyness of this concealer it warms up quicky and applies nicely to the skin.
I have used it to cover up small blemishes and redness and it has done the job fairly well.
I didn't find it to be very good at covering the dark circles underneath my eyes and the product applied thinly.
For that reason I would prefer to use this on blemishes alone.

Brightening Highlight Concealer*
I gave this product a go underneath my eyes as it is intended to reduce shadows and I found that it did the job nicely.
Upon application my eyes looked more awake and bright.
It is not cakey and applies smoothly using your ring fingers.
The only downside to this product is the doefoot applicator which I find distrubutes little product and only works effectively at getting the product out.
I have the shade medium and I find it to be a little orange but when blended into foundation it takes on a lighter tone in colour.

Brow Duo Powder*



I am very impressed with this brow duo.
It is compact and easy to transport and includes two shades of your chosen brown colour.
My shade is ofcourse brown and I like to use the darker shade on the tails of my brows and the lighter brown colour at the start of my brows.
The shadows are soft to work with and very matte which is great for brows.

Overall, I am impressed with glō-minerals make-up and I would look to try other products from the range as I find them high in quality and long lasting.
I have noticed that my skin is not breaking out at all on my cheeks which is very interesting given that my skin would break out in the area's that I used my old bronzer.

The products themselves sway more to the higher end of the price bracket with lipsticks on a par with  MAC at £15 and foundations at £29.50 upwards.

Have you tried mineral make-up?
hollie x
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Monday, 23 September 2013

THE HAIR CARE CHRONICLE: PRODUCTS FOR ALL WATER TYPES

Area H2O hair care


- Do you remember this post?
I babbled on about how different water types make a difference to the clarity of my skin.
You all thought I was mad.

Well…

I have since discovered that I was indeed onto something.
Allow me to introduce you all to:
Area H20 Haircare
"Your water + Our science = Great hair"*

Area H20 has been designed and developed by bio chemists to work with your water type following six years of exhaustive clinical trials.
According to the H20 people, this has resulted in cleaner, shinier, less fly away hair for us!

Over the past month I have been giving the H20 shampoo and conditioner a go.
I have really been testing the products out as I do a fair bit of travelling up and down the country, heading into different water types monthly.

Where I am from in Leeds, we have hard water.
Whilst at uni in Liverpool I wash my hair in soft water and when I visit Dan in London I wash my hair in extremley hard water.



So..

What does hard water hardness mean?
The degree of 'water hardness' is determined by the amount of minerals dissolved in the water together with the water pH and temperature.
Calcium and magnesium act as indicators of hard water.

How does water effect my hair?
Hard water deposit is called limescale which remains on the hair after shampooing which tends to leave my hair inparticular rough and super hard to detangle.
Hard water doesn't lather up as nicely either.
Soft water on the other hand leaves a slippery feeling on the skin.

You can purchase the shampoo and conditioner for hard, medium and soft water however, I have been testing out the hard water shampoo and conditioner which are tailored for coloured hair.
(You can also get a normal to fine hair shampoo variant.)

The Results

The products themselves are packaged in quite industrial looking packaging, the shampoo is 250ml and the conditioner 200ml.
The scent of the products is quite herbally not particually flowery or luxuriously scented but pleasant all the same.

I was told by the Area H2O team that my hair may feel a little weird in the first few washes as the product removed the metal ions from my hair.
I barely noticed anything odd feeling at all and my hair felt the same as it always has done post wash.

I did notice that the shampoo didn't really lather up brilliantly on the first wash but after repeating the procedure it lathered up nicely second time around.

The conditioner left my hair feeling super silky and I can truthfully say that the amount of fly-away hairs have reduced.

* * * * * * * *

I have been suitably impressed by the H20 shampoo and conditoner for hard water.
My hair feels nourished and cared for much better than when I use my normal TRESemme
hair care products in Liverpool.
I would certainly recommend you to give this a try.

What do you think of hair care tailored to water types?
hollie x
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Saturday, 21 September 2013

THE NAIL CHRONICLE: ESSIE

'nice is nice.' 


- I would like to introduce you all to a nice surprise.
Recently, I was rooting through my nail polish drawer and stumbled across a polish that I had never worn before.

'Nice is Nice' is gorgeous light, lavender shade from Essie.

It is not the kind of shade that I would normally wear, I usually opt for dark colours, purple, black and navy and brighter shades of burnt orange, red and pink but I was pleasantly surprised by this very
lady like colour.


Being so naturally pale in skin tone I was worried that the colour would wash my hands out so to speak and look a little insipid on my fingertips but I was pleasantly surprised.

I haven't been one to really get on the whole 'Essie" hype as this is the only shade that I own and I hate the consistency of the polish.
It tends to go a little streaky and dries quite gloopily which is the downside to ths product and hasn't really motivated me to buy other polishes from Essie.


All in all Nice is Nice but the polish itself has let the beautiful colour down.

Have you tried Essie?
What do you think to their consistency?
hollie x
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Thursday, 19 September 2013

THE HAIR CARE CHRONICLE: OVERNIGHT CONDITIONER

Pantene 

' Overnight Nourshing Spray'


- A few weeks ago my boyfriends lovely mummy told me about a hair care product that really. interested me.
We all know that my coloured hair is unbelievably brittle on the ends and tends to feel a little dry post wash.
A magical solution that would combat this problem would be to walk around all day wearing a 
deep nourishing conditioner however, for obvious reasons this isn't possible.

Having been introduced to an overnight nourishing spray I think that I may have found a solution to my thirsty hair.

This spray from Pantene not only nourishes but also detangles your tresses.
Before you head to bed apply the spray to dry, unwashed hair on the areas of your hair that need the nourishment most i.e the mid lengths of your hair and mostly on the ends.


What is great about this spray also is that you don't have to wash the product in the morning as your hair feels completely dry and conditioned.

I wouldn't recommend using the spray near your roots though as I found on my first go with this product that when I awoke my roots were a little greasy.
When I applied the product solet t me

Now, I must add that this product is currently only marketed at one 'hair type'
and that is fine hair.

I don't actually have fine hair myself but I used it regardless and I can't see an issue.
So give it a go if you have thicker hair also.

Overall, I was suitably impressed with the concept and the results that this product gave me.
It is a great solution for people with dry hair that need that little bit of extra nourishment.
4/5
Have you ever tried a leave in conditioning spray?
*
hollie x
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Tuesday, 17 September 2013

THE GUEST POST CHRONICLE: DANNI FROM GINGERBREAD SMILES

Autumn Nails

Hi, I’m Danni from gingerbread smiles 
I’m very grateful that Hollie has given me the chance to be a guest blogger and bring you this post to help you get your nails set for autumn. 

 When autumn comes around the bright colours that graced summer get packed away for next year and outcome the browns, greys and khaki greens. 
Instead of being glum that the neon colours you painted your nails in August are being shelved, embrace autumn and the beautiful colour combinations it will bring. 
 I’ve looked through my vast nail varnish collection and picked three nail ‘looks’ that I think will be great for Autumn. 

For my first look I wanted to show that brown doesn’t have to be boring when it is paired with something that sparkles. I have used OPI – Wooden Shoe Like to Know? (From the Holland Collection) on most of my nails except my accent nail which I have used OPI – What Wizardry is This? (From the Oz Collection). 



Wooden Shoe Like to Know is a warm brown with a fine gold shimmer running through, I think this is what makes me enjoy this brown so much. 
What Wizardry is This is one of OPI’s liquid sand polishes. What makes this polish so special is that it is also a dark brown colour but again it has some lovely gold accent glitter which just makes the polish so gorgeous. Paired together I think these two work perfectly. 

 The second look I’ve gone for is another combination of colours that I think will work great in the autumn months. I’ve chosen OPI – Casino Royale (From the Skyfall collection) for the majority of my nails and Sinful Colors – Island Coral for my accent nails. 




 Casino Royal is a beautiful deep purple that is a great thick consistency. I’d class Casino Royale as an autumn shade that contrasts nicely with Island Coral which I would say is a summer shade being so beautifully bright. These two polishes together work well as the coral isn’t too outlandish which means it can sit well with the purple. 

 The last look I’ve gone for is a bit of a wild card. It started off as a sweet glitter gradient and turned into this elegant gloopy glitter manicure.




 The colours I’ve used for this look are OPI – Vant to Bite my Neck (From the Euro Centrale Collection) and China Glaze – Angel Wings. The dark purple and the gold glitter work together so beautifully, it is like they were made for each other. This manicure is something a bit fun that will make you forget about summer. 

 I hope these nail ‘looks’ inspire you to create some autumn manicures using autumn colours with a twist as I have above!

Do you have a favourite autumn colour combination?
danni x
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Sunday, 15 September 2013

THE LIFESTYLE CHRONICLE: HOMESICK?

Dealing with 

homesickness at uni



- Many of you reading this may well have just started your first year of university, some of you like myself may be headed into your second or third year and some of you might not have gone back to uni yet at all.
I remember that I was one of the earliest people to start out of my friends.

This year I don't start my lectures till the 16th but I moved back to Liverpool last week as freshers
 (or REfreshers for me) is well underway!

I hope that all of you new starters are thick into freshers and having the time of your lives, carefree and loving life however, this post is for anybody, anywhere who might be feeling a little bit
weird at the moment due to homesickness.

Don't worry if that's you, that was me 12 months ago also.

I'm not going to get into the ins and outs of my first year experience as you can read all about it in this post:

but I felt homesick for the longest time ever.
You can read more about how I got on in those first few weeks of uni in this post:

Today's post highlights three simple things that helped me get over my homesickness and hopefully will help you also.

1.
Make Lists.

- My first few weeks at uni felt so unfocused, all of the days merged into one and I wasn't really sure what on earth I was doing.
I'll be honest the daytime was mostly very boring before lectures began and the boredom made my homesickness worse.
I wanted my old life at home back where I didn't feel so damn bored and rubbish,
 therefore
a simple way to refocus your mind is to write down the days Monday to Friday on a piece of paper
and leave a few blank lines underneath.
Fill up your days with plans whether it be seeing friends, going to the gym, hell even doing a food shop.
But make sure you make plans!
Stick your piece of paper to your door.
This will help you get out there and do things thus, taking your mind off your homesickness.

2.
Call home only once a week.

- I missed home so much that I would call and Skype my family, boyfriend and friends loads thinking that chatting to them would make me feel better, in turn it made things worse because I ended up wishing I was with them and I felt sad hearing about their lives moving on whilst I felt crap.
Try to only call home once a week that way you have plenty to talk about and you are taking a step back from the place you miss so much.
You will find in time that you have loads to talk about regarding your new life and you'll see that it's not so bad out here.

3.
Get out there.

- Homesickness rears it's ugly head when you are on your own most likely in your room on a night time or on a weekend when people have gone home.
Make sure you spend time with people for the most part of the day, the day will fly by faster and you'll enjoy not being on your own.
Have people in your flat, go to their flat, go shopping 
ANYTHING just do it with other people.
You'll be fed up of them by the end of the day and will be glad to have some time on your own. ;)

And finally…
Tell yourself that this feeling wont last forever, I promise!
If you ever need a pal you can find me on Twitter (@holliebradbury)
or you can email me: (goodgollymiss-hollie@hotmail.com)

Keep smiling!
hollie x
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Saturday, 14 September 2013

THE YOUTUBE CHRONICLE: HAUL!

TK MAXX, PRIMARK + CHARITY SHOP HAUL


- As many of you will already know, I moved back to university last weekend.
Ofcourse, this meant a shopping trip was in order!
In this weeks video I am giving you all a sneak peek of the thing that I bought.

I hope that you enjoy the video!

hollie x
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Friday, 13 September 2013

THE MAKE-UP CHRONICLE: BACK UP BEAUTY

The Spare Make-up Bag


- It sounds kinda sad but I am sure my fellow make-up junkies can relate to this one.
Whenever I head back to Liverpool I always feel sad as I wave goodbye to my make-up collection, I can never quite decide which bits and pieces will make the move and which products I have to say goodbye to for six months.

This semester I brought along a back up beauty bag which houses the make-up that I don't use everyday but I might want to consult every now and again.

Urban Decay
Naked Palette #1



- I love this palette but since losing Toasted in a nasty drop incident on my boyfriends marble sink top this palette lost its everyday value to me.
I can't quite bring myself to leave it behind though as it is great for creating a smokey, everyday eye.

Elizabeth Arden
Pro Finish Mineral Bronzing Powder in 'Deep



- I have written a full product review of this amazing bronzer HERE if you would like to find out anymore about it.
I love the colour payoff of this product and it is great for sculpting your cheeks.

MUA
Shade 24 'Pearl'



- This is my Toasted replacement and I would say that it is not a bad dupe at all.
24 is a gorgeous heather colour with a fair bit of manageable shimmer.
I like to spread the colour over my entire eyelid and bring it under the lower lashline also.

Clinique
High Impact Mascara - 01 Black


- I am currently giving three different mascara's a go so my old trusty favourite has been pushed to the back of the pecking order sadly.
This is a great mascara for adding volume to the lashes right from the roots.

No7
40 Khaki

and

Eyeko Skinny Eyeliner



- I often love to wear a smokey, green eye and these products help to achieve just that.
You can read more about my smokey, green eye in these posts:

Barry M - Lipgloss
02


-  As a lipstick girl I rarely wear lipgloss as I find it a challenge to wear as my hair blows into and it feels gloopy on my lips.
I do however love this lipgloss from Barry M as it is non sticky and ultra hydrating on the lips, the colour is also the perfect your lips but better everyday lip colour.

L'Oreal Star Secrets
712 'Milla Purple'



- This is my favourite drugstore lipstick to wear through the day and into the night.
It is a beautiful, creamy lipstick in a gorgeous red, purple shade that bounces off my hair colour and pale complexion.
I wear this with 17 Perfection Pout lipliner pencil in Hot Plum

Liz Earle
Instant Skin Tonic


- I love spritzing a little of this hydrating spray onto my face throughout the day to keep my make-up in place to also prevent my face from feeling dry and dehydrated.

Do you have a back up beauty bag?
hollie x
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Wednesday, 11 September 2013

THE MAKE-UP CHRONICLE: GEL EYELINER

MAC 'bLITZ AND GLITZ'



- Last week I was scratting around in my make-up drawers looking for a gel eyeliner.
I stumbled across one that I haven't used for years.

Blitz and Glitz came into my possesion in a gift set from MAC's
A Tartan Tale collection in winter 2010.
I believe it was the Noble Knights - Lash and Line kit.

Blitz and Glitz is a fluidline gel liner which I have found is ridiculously long wearing and smudge proof once applied.
It is a true black gel with tiny gold flecks that are very subtle.

It is safe to say that I have fallen back in love with it and I have been wearing it on my upper lash line ever since.

I apply Blitz and Glitz with a tiny MAC eyeliner brush for precision.



Have you ever tried Blitz and Glitz? 
What do you think of gel liner?
hollie x
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Monday, 9 September 2013

THE MAKE-UP CHRONICLE: BUDGET MAKE-UP

StarGazer make-up


- My first experience with the brand Stargazer was when I was around 14 and I was going through a 'gothy', 'emo' kind of stage and I hung around Hell Raiser which was a goth/rocker kind of store with a tattoo parlour underneath.

I bought my first black nail varnish from Stargazer from a similar kind of store in Whitby.
Recently, I have been trying out some of their make-up products and I have to say I have throughly impressed and most of the products I was sent to have a look at have made their way into my everyday make-up bag.

Star Pearl Shadow
Red Rapture*



- I cannot explain how much I love this shade.
It is a beautiful plum, red with a slight iridecence.
One of my favourite eye shadows of all time is Cranberry by MAC and this kind of reminds me of that shade.
The shadow is very pigmented and applies so nicely to the eyelid.
I use it for blending on my outer corner and through my socketline.
It is like my hair in an eyeshadow.

Star Peal Shadow
Peach Flush*


- This is also a beautiful shade which is PERFECT for adding highlight the the inner portion of your eyelid or if like me you like a little cheek highlight, you can pop Peach Flush on the top of your cheek bone.
Like Red Rapture it is highly pigmented and nice to work with.
I love the apricot iridecence that catches the light subtly.

Matte Lipstick
Shade: 211*



- This is a gorgeous red shade that I would describe as more of a frost finish as opposed to a matte finish as it has moisture and shine when applied to the lips.
I would say that the shade that the lipstick looks in the bullet is not true to the colour that shows on the lips.
On the lips it is much more of a pinky red (similar to MAC New York Apple)
all the same it is still a very wearable shade.

Eye Dust
Shade: 29*


- I haven't used pigments for such a long time as I find them messy and very difficult to work with when time is short in the morning.
I do however really like this dusky purple eye dust which has gold flecks running through.
A little dust under the lower lash line always looks lovely, especially for the A/W '13 season.

Blusher
Shade:1*



- At first I was sceptical about this blusher as it is such a barbie pink colour and could look a little tacky on the cheek.
I was however pleasantly surprised when I tried it out, it is rather shimmery so go sparingly with it but it is nice for a subtle hint of shimmer and blush.

Metallic Eye Shadow Pen
Brown*



- This is my favourite Stargazer product by far as it is lovely to work with.
Not only is the colour perfect for blending out as an eyeshadow but it is also perfect for lining both the upper and lower lash lines.
It is creamy and stays put all day.
It is a very wearable colour but it is also bang on the dot for this season.

Overall..
On the whole I am suitably impressed by the Stargazer products as they are very wearable.
The only downside to these products is the packaging which I think lets the products down.
In particular the lipstick packaging is flimsy and the product doesn't feel well protected.
In general though give Stargazer make-up products a try as they are simply barginous and great quality.

Have you ever tried Stargazer products?
hollie x
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