Hurrah, I’ve actually managed to publish my Monday Mix and Match actually on a real life Monday for once! And even better, everyone’s not so favorite day is almost over… which means it’s nearly the weekend!!!! *ahem*… Feast your eyes on this week’s timely favourites including a hair volumising miracle worker, some kitsch-tastic bed sheets to brighten up that spare room and my latest book recommendation.. Enjoy!
It’s not often that I post about hair products on here. This is namely because, and I’m not being overdramatic here… my hair is crap. Rarely does a shampoo, conditioner, spray, serum, or oil manage to make my locks anything other than boringly straight, flat and unmanageable. Couple all that with rampant static and you’ve a recipe for “throwing your hairbrush at the wall” levels of frustration! Basically I am the constant “before” picture in a L’Oreal advert – clearly, I am not worth it!!ha
Well that weekend disappeared in the blink of an eye, didn’t it? Here’s this weeks favourites to hopefully brighten your Monday evening and maybe even inspire a cheeky pick me up purchase or two! I’m getting ready for spring with some beauty, home and fashion updates: a glamorous red lip, some affordable, geometric print candles and some oh so trendy sunglasses, both from the Penneys/Primark Spring Summer drop… Enjoy!
Spring seems tantalisingly close now – the combination of sliiightly brighter evenings with the sandals, bikinis and bright colours filling the shops means I’m dying to see that big bright yellow beacon in the sky again – remind me what’s that called again?! So I’m easing my way into warmer climes, (well more like teasing myself), with one or two new season updates. Enter, these bargain sunglasses from Penneys/Primark – around €3 for bang on trend tortoise shell half frames, where else would ya get it? And even though sunglasses NEVER look nice on me, they’re like a big ol’ chocolate cake – I always go back for more even though I know I shouldn’t! And these were just too damn cool to resist, even if it’s incredibly unlikely that I will resemble a Haim sister when donning ’em,. Can’t blame a gal for trying!