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Tuesday, 25 June 2013

June Favourites!

Hello there!
Time for a monthly favourite! Wahey! I know these monthly favourites haven’t been consistent, but oh well… the months pass by so fast that I don’t even have time to actually find something new that I liked that deserves to be discussed. But having just said that... HERE IT IS!!

Beauty favourites;
I have only been using 3 things that I think deserve to be raved about lately. The first one is the L’Oreal triple active velvety toner, which my mum had bought and abandoned. I decided one day to give the poor toner a chance to prove its worth to me and in the end I ended up finding it absolutely amazing. It has an amazing texture and sits on the skin beautifully. It also makes your skin look super healthy and gives it a freshened look.

The second product is the arm and hammer ‘advanced white’ baking soda toothpaste, which I was really sceptical about because I had heard about how bad baking soda is for your teeth, but after I had tried this bad boy out for two weeks, I was in love! I have now actually found toothpaste that does what it says, makes your teeth whiter!! I absolutely recommend this to anyone and everyone one out there whose teeth aren’t as white as they want them to be.

And finally, my last favourite is the Collection extreme 24 hours felt tip liner, which I think has already featured once in my favourites, but I think it deserves to be mentioned again. My love for this product has just been growing and growing and I just find it amazing… no words can describe the feelings I have for it…

Random favourites;
I’m just going to jump right into the deep end!
Favourite movies- Iron man 3, my sister’s keeper & a walk to remember.
These movies are amazing. Robert Downey Junior is a legend. Me crying in a movie is rare. There is nothing more I can say.
Favourite TV show- this is going to sound so sad and weird but… The apprentice.
Favourite food- bananas!
Favourite youtubers- Lana McKissack, chester see, nigahiga, bananajamana, polandbananas20, bfvsgf and zoella. As you might be able to tell I watch a lot of youtube…

And that is the end of my monthly favourites!! Thanks for reading guys! What have you been loving lately? Any amazing movies you want to recommend to us?
Stay beautiful!


Thursday, 20 June 2013

Natural Ways To Lighten Your Hair!

I have for some time been trying to make my hair lighter without having to dye it or use any harmful chemicals on it. So I did some research and I have found two, tried and tested ways to lighten your hair naturally using household ingredients. However when you are trying to make your hair lighter naturally you have to keep in mind that things like these take some time and patience and that you have to repeat the treatments for it to be a visible change.

1.       honey and cinnamon


The first way is a nice and easy mask for your hair, which I have found to work amazingly as a deep hair conditioner and as a hair lightener at the same time. There are three ingredients you need for this; honey, cinnamon and hair conditioner.

To make this, all you need to do is mix the ingredients together in a bowl and apply to clean dry hair. Then you should cover your hair using (clean!) plastic bags and a turban towel. Leave this on for about 6 to 7 hours or overnight, obviously the longer the better! Afterwards wash as usual

Honey contains vitamins, minerals, is antibacterial, acts as a humectant (attracts moisture), and has incredible healing properties. It is a naturally good conditioner and moisturizer because of its ability to attract and retain water molecules.  Cinnamon helps with removing impurities from the hair and scalp and also promotes hair growth further. It also leaves your hair smelling AMAZING, like little cinnamon rolls! YUMM!

2.       Lemon hair spray!

This next one is great for summer, and is incredibly cheap. It only requires one ingredient… LEMONS! All you need to do for this one is juice one lemon and place it in a spray bottle. This next step is completely optional, but I like to then add my favourite leave in conditioner (Aussie luscious long leave in conditioner) and shake it up. This is done in equal amounts so for every 100ml of lemon juice, I add 100ml of leave in conditioner.

When I come out of the shower and have semi dried my hair with a towel, I then like to spray it into my hair and brush it through with a wide toothed comb. Then just ‘chill’ in the sun outside. HOWEVER, if the sun is not available, like it isn’t in the UK, just blow-dry your hair.

Hopefully this has helped or given you some ideas! Thanks for reading and make sure you tell us in the comments if you have tried any of these and/ or you would like to try it!
Stay beautiful.