So January is here again and yet again I found myself over indulging during the festive period (will I ever learn?! 🙈). This year is a big one for me and with a wedding in December, I want to start making some healthy lifestyle changes – so that I can avoid a last minute crash diet, but still look my best come The Big Day 👰🏼
If you’ve followed my blog for a while, you might remember that last year I signed up to Results with Lucy, which was good (you can read more HERE) however there were points where I felt a real lack of food made it difficult to keep it going on a long term basis.
With this in mind, I was slightly dubious about signing up to another ‘meal plan’, but after receiving an email from Food for Fitness inviting me to join their first 30 day fat loss challenge, it drew me in…
Happy Halloween Everyone!!! I hope you all enjoyed a spooky weekend – I’ve loved seeing everyone’s fancy dress efforts on Instagram and Twitter 👻
I had a lot of comments on my DIY Unicorn costume, so thought I’d post a step by step guide for you to follow. It might be a little late to for your trick or treat costume this year – but you don’t always need an excuse to dress up as a unicorn (right?!) 😜
You might have read my previous post (Lucy Bee Intensive Hair Mask) where I put Lucy Bee’s Natural Beauty Book to the test and made an intensive hair treatment for my coloured hair…with mixed results! In this post I mentioned how a Cacao Face Mask also took my fancy and I finally got round to making it.
As a lover of homemade beauty treatments, when I saw Lucy Bee had released a book containing 50 of her top natural beauty recipes, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it.
Arriving through my door the next day (gotta love Amazon Prime!), I started to flick through the pages to see what I could make first! 😀
Broken down into separate sections containing recipes for Hair, Beauty and Skin, the book ranges from various masks, lotions and even smoothies & energy bites to help give your body that natural boost.
It’s been a big year for Linton & Mac, who within the past 12 months have become Aberdeen’s go to place for hair, makeup & nails and a won host of industry and business awards – including Best Business in Scotland at the Scottish Business Awards held in Edinburgh last week (28th August 2016).
Since launching last year (September 2015), the original team of 10 has more than doubled in size and the salon now employs 25 members of staff, adding to the skills and services the salon can offer.
After sending out an open invite on social media to all customers and friends of the Salon, Linton & Mac’s 1st Birthday Bash had all the elements of an event not to be missed. With Proper Corn, Porters Gin and Fierce beer kitting out the party, my friend and I headed along on Saturday to join in on the fun!
I’m sure you’re all out enjoying this brilliant weather that we’re having…finally a summer!! 🎉 (Even if it does last just a few days!). However, if the temperature rising also sends your Make-Up running, then you need to sort this out! Summer dresses aren’t as cute when accompanied by shiny faces and panda eyes!!
If your finding that your Make-Up melts off your skin within the first 5 minutes of being in the sun – there are some tips that you can add into your routine to reduce this. I’ve listed my top 5 below, but if you have anymore, then feel free to comment and share!
My skin had been looking a little on the dull side, so when I saw a half price offer on itison for a DiamondTome Facial at Tiffany Hair and Beauty (Aberdeen), I quickly snapped it up.
The DiamondTome facial is a skin resurfacing system and the latest technology in microdermabrasion. It uses a diamond encrusted wand to vacuum and exfoliate the skin, reducing or eliminating signs of ageing, such as discolouration, fine lines and texture.