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Over the past few years, Airbnb has become one of the most popular ways for travellers to find accommodation. The majority of the time it is actually cheaper to find an apartment on Airbnb than it is to book a hotel room in the city you want to visit. Despite it's popularity, I'd always been a little skeptical. I mean hotels have to keep to a certain standard right? Most reputable hotels have hundreds of reliable reviews on the likes of Tripadvisor, whereas I thought that with an Airbnb that you never really knew what it's going to be like until you arrived. 

I'm happy to say that our recent trip to Prague proved the preconceptions I had about Airbnb to be entirely wrong. Once we had decided that we'd love to visit Prague, we looked on Airbnb and found that there were lots of cheap options that would only cost around €250 for 4 nights, which was a hell of a lot cheaper than the hotels. With Airbnb you also have the option to search for entire apartments/houses or private rooms within a house/apartment.

We ended up booking a private room in an apartment for just €56 per night. 'Flashback to Louis 1896' caught our attention straight away not just for the amazing price, but also because it had a smart tv and we're absolute suckers for Netflix. Although it was a private room within an apartment, and I was a little worried at first about what it'd be like to be sharing an apartment with complete strangers, we decided to just go for it and I'm so glad we did.


The apartment was set up in a way so that each of the two Airbnb rooms had their own bathroom and the only thing shared was the kitchen. It turned out that we actually had the whole place to ourselves for most of the time, and we didn't even see the other couple that stayed in the other room for one night in the middle of our stay. We were only a few minutes walk from a tram line that could take us pretty much anywhere in the city (including directly to the castle) and the metro station was just a few minutes further than that. If you're thinking of visiting Prague and are looking for a lovely but still very affordable place to stay, I couldn't recommend 'Flashback to Louis 1896' enough!

We thoroughly enjoyed our first ever Airbnb experience, and of course while every Airbnb is going to be different, I thought I'd highlight some of the benefits of choosing an Airbnb over a hotel for anyone that was like me and a little dubious about using the service.
  1. Often Airbnb hosts will provide you with lots of information about the local area and recommendations of places to eat and things to do that no amount of Googling would ever give you. Our host in Prague had a guestbook on Airbnb with pages and pages of recommendations so that we didn't really have to do much research for ourselves.
  2. You can often find accommodation close to city centres without having to pay a lot more than you would if you were staying outside of the city, whereas hotels in city centres are always a lot more expensive.
  3. You feel more at home when travelling. I'm not sure if that makes sense, but having the kitchen in the apartment in Prague meant we could prepare our own food and really settle into the city.
  4. Airbnb hosts are often flexible and very helpful when it comes to checking in and out. Our flight home wasn't until the evening time, so I messaged our Airbnb host, Gabriela, and she said we could checkout whenever we wanted, all we had to do was drop the key in the letter box. This saved us dragging our suitcases around the city for our last day which was very much appreciated.
  5. It's a great way to travel without breaking the bank. Like I mentioned before, Airbnb's are often a lot cheaper than hotels and if you can find a group of people to go with you could save even more. Obviously this does depend on how fancy you like your accommodation to be, but if you're willing to stay in more run of the mill places, you'll save a good bit of money.
I think we'll definitely opt for an Airbnb over hotels for lots more of our trips. I've currently been looking at a few places in Lisbon that look stunning but yet are still very affordable. It makes travelling so much more accessible when you don't have to pay over €100 per night for accommodation which really helps when you want to see as much of the world as possible!

For any of you who have never used Airbnb before, you can get €35 off your first trip if you sign up through this link and for every person who completes a trip using my link, I'll get €20 travel credit so it's a win win for all!

I hope you enjoyed reading this post and that it was helpful for anyone who was unsure of Airbnb! If you have any more questions about it just pop me a message on Instagram or Facebook and I'll be happy to answer them. Thanks so much for reading!

Prague, Czechia

Our First Airbnb Experience - How We Found It & Would I Recommend It?


Over the past few years, Airbnb has become one of the most popular ways for travellers to find accommodation. The majority of the time it is actually cheaper to find an apartment on Airbnb than it is to book a hotel room in the city you want to visit. Despite it's popularity, I'd always been a little skeptical. I mean hotels have to keep to a certain standard right? Most reputable hotels have hundreds of reliable reviews on the likes of Tripadvisor, whereas I thought that with an Airbnb that you never really knew what it's going to be like until you arrived. 

I'm happy to say that our recent trip to Prague proved the preconceptions I had about Airbnb to be entirely wrong. Once we had decided that we'd love to visit Prague, we looked on Airbnb and found that there were lots of cheap options that would only cost around €250 for 4 nights, which was a hell of a lot cheaper than the hotels. With Airbnb you also have the option to search for entire apartments/houses or private rooms within a house/apartment.

We ended up booking a private room in an apartment for just €56 per night. 'Flashback to Louis 1896' caught our attention straight away not just for the amazing price, but also because it had a smart tv and we're absolute suckers for Netflix. Although it was a private room within an apartment, and I was a little worried at first about what it'd be like to be sharing an apartment with complete strangers, we decided to just go for it and I'm so glad we did.


The apartment was set up in a way so that each of the two Airbnb rooms had their own bathroom and the only thing shared was the kitchen. It turned out that we actually had the whole place to ourselves for most of the time, and we didn't even see the other couple that stayed in the other room for one night in the middle of our stay. We were only a few minutes walk from a tram line that could take us pretty much anywhere in the city (including directly to the castle) and the metro station was just a few minutes further than that. If you're thinking of visiting Prague and are looking for a lovely but still very affordable place to stay, I couldn't recommend 'Flashback to Louis 1896' enough!

We thoroughly enjoyed our first ever Airbnb experience, and of course while every Airbnb is going to be different, I thought I'd highlight some of the benefits of choosing an Airbnb over a hotel for anyone that was like me and a little dubious about using the service.
  1. Often Airbnb hosts will provide you with lots of information about the local area and recommendations of places to eat and things to do that no amount of Googling would ever give you. Our host in Prague had a guestbook on Airbnb with pages and pages of recommendations so that we didn't really have to do much research for ourselves.
  2. You can often find accommodation close to city centres without having to pay a lot more than you would if you were staying outside of the city, whereas hotels in city centres are always a lot more expensive.
  3. You feel more at home when travelling. I'm not sure if that makes sense, but having the kitchen in the apartment in Prague meant we could prepare our own food and really settle into the city.
  4. Airbnb hosts are often flexible and very helpful when it comes to checking in and out. Our flight home wasn't until the evening time, so I messaged our Airbnb host, Gabriela, and she said we could checkout whenever we wanted, all we had to do was drop the key in the letter box. This saved us dragging our suitcases around the city for our last day which was very much appreciated.
  5. It's a great way to travel without breaking the bank. Like I mentioned before, Airbnb's are often a lot cheaper than hotels and if you can find a group of people to go with you could save even more. Obviously this does depend on how fancy you like your accommodation to be, but if you're willing to stay in more run of the mill places, you'll save a good bit of money.
I think we'll definitely opt for an Airbnb over hotels for lots more of our trips. I've currently been looking at a few places in Lisbon that look stunning but yet are still very affordable. It makes travelling so much more accessible when you don't have to pay over €100 per night for accommodation which really helps when you want to see as much of the world as possible!

For any of you who have never used Airbnb before, you can get €35 off your first trip if you sign up through this link and for every person who completes a trip using my link, I'll get €20 travel credit so it's a win win for all!

I hope you enjoyed reading this post and that it was helpful for anyone who was unsure of Airbnb! If you have any more questions about it just pop me a message on Instagram or Facebook and I'll be happy to answer them. Thanks so much for reading!


I don't know about you, but my idea of a perfect relaxing weekend is heading to a hotel and not stepping foot outside that hotel until the weekend is over. Of course that very rarely happens, especially because most hotels are in city centres and going shopping is always too tempting. 

With that being said, last weekend Dara and I headed down to the Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa and the only goal we had was to totally chill out and that's exactly what we did. 


Location:

The Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa is located in Little Island in Cork, about a 15 minute drive from the city centre. There's a KFC and a Costa Coffee right across the road from the hotel (perfect for some late night snacks or early morning caffeine fixes) and although the hotel is right next to the N25, there wasn't a peep from the traffic at all. Since it's just off the N25, it was so easy to find and a nice quick run down from Waterford.

Accommodation:

The room we stayed in was one of their 'Executive Rooms' located on the ground floor and it was huge as you can see from the photo above! The bed was lovely and comfy and we had a big widescreen tv to watch some movies on too. The room also had a Nespresso machine, which if you've ready any of my previous hotel reviews, you'll know I absolutely love because I'm a total coffee addict.


When we first arrived the room was quite warm so we turned down the thermometer in the room. About an hour or so later we realised that the radiator was still very hot so we called reception and someone came down straight away to sort it out and even brought a fan which I thought was very good. 

I loved the colour scheme in the room, those pops of mustard with the blue tones goes so well and overall it was a very comfy, relaxing room to stay in for the weekend. It also had floor to ceiling blackout curtains so we slept undisturbed by any light on Sunday morning until my alarm went off for breakfast and we had to drag ourselves out of the comfy bed!

In the bathroom there were This Works toiletries which I was pleasantly surprised by as they're a brand I love. It's also very rare that a hotel will have a conditioner as well as a shampoo and although it's a minor detail, it's something I appreciated as I am the worst for remembering all of my toiletries!  If you watch the vlog of our weekend which is linked below, you'll be able to see much more of the room and the yummy welcome treat that was left for us. 


The Spa:

Since the weekend was all about relaxing, we booked into the spa for some pampering. The Radisson Cork currently have an offer on called the 'Retreat Afternoon Tea' which is €100. You can choose two from the following: Swedish back massage, mini facial, Indian head massage, full body scrub or a full body wrap and once your treatments are done, you enjoy an amazing afternoon tea experience. 

We both went for the Swedish back massage and it was incredible! The Retreat spa is so calming and 
once our massages were over, we chilled out in the relaxation room and enjoyed some fruit salad and water. We then heading into the pool which has some very fun hydrotherapy features and once we'd turned ourselves into prunes, we headed out to enjoy the afternoon tea.


When I say the afternoon tea was AMAZING, I am not exaggerating. It was actually my first time ever having afternoon tea and I was very excited to pretend I was very fancy if even for an hour or so and drink my tea with my pinky finger sticking out! We had cajun chicken wraps, delicious focaccia slices, and don't get me started on the deserts. I mean how much better can it get than mini scones and apple and cinnamon cheese cakes?! I think this spa package would be lovely even if you weren't staying in the hotel as you can really make a whole day out of it.


Dinner:

Keeping with the theme of food, I have to tell you about the dinner we had. Usually I don't have super high expectations for food in hotels, but the food in Maestro's Bistro was absolutely delicious. I ordered the pizza along with homemade sweet potato fries which as you can see was incredible and Dara had the burger which of course I had to try! Desert was equally as yummy and my chocolate brownie was absolute heaven. I also had the gin bramble cocktail and it was strong and sweet, just how I like them!



Breakfast:

One of my absolute favourite things about staying in a hotel is the breakfast and a breakfast buffet is my idea of heaven. The Radisson Blu Cork had the most amazing breakfast buffet which included a orange press where you could make your own orange juice, a Bloody Mary station for anyone nursing a hangover, fresh pastries and scones and of course all of the essentials for a hearty Irish breakfast. They also had the option to order from the kitchen, so I ordered the waffles because I have such a sweet tooth. 


Overall, we absolutely loved our stay in the Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa Cork. The staff were all so friendly and very helpful, the hotel itself was gorgeous and very calm, and the food just absolutely won me over since I am very much food motivated! If you're looking for a break away that's not in the centre of Cork, but also it's too far away either if you fancy a quick look in the shops, I think this is the perfect place.

I hope you enjoyed this post and if you were looking for some staycation ideas that it gave you some inspiration. Thanks so much for reading and a big thank you to Sarah and everyone at the Radisson Blu Cork for having us and being so accommodating.



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Little Island, Co. Cork, Ireland

Taking Some Time Out At The Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa Cork


I don't know about you, but my idea of a perfect relaxing weekend is heading to a hotel and not stepping foot outside that hotel until the weekend is over. Of course that very rarely happens, especially because most hotels are in city centres and going shopping is always too tempting. 

With that being said, last weekend Dara and I headed down to the Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa and the only goal we had was to totally chill out and that's exactly what we did. 


Location:

The Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa is located in Little Island in Cork, about a 15 minute drive from the city centre. There's a KFC and a Costa Coffee right across the road from the hotel (perfect for some late night snacks or early morning caffeine fixes) and although the hotel is right next to the N25, there wasn't a peep from the traffic at all. Since it's just off the N25, it was so easy to find and a nice quick run down from Waterford.

Accommodation:

The room we stayed in was one of their 'Executive Rooms' located on the ground floor and it was huge as you can see from the photo above! The bed was lovely and comfy and we had a big widescreen tv to watch some movies on too. The room also had a Nespresso machine, which if you've ready any of my previous hotel reviews, you'll know I absolutely love because I'm a total coffee addict.


When we first arrived the room was quite warm so we turned down the thermometer in the room. About an hour or so later we realised that the radiator was still very hot so we called reception and someone came down straight away to sort it out and even brought a fan which I thought was very good. 

I loved the colour scheme in the room, those pops of mustard with the blue tones goes so well and overall it was a very comfy, relaxing room to stay in for the weekend. It also had floor to ceiling blackout curtains so we slept undisturbed by any light on Sunday morning until my alarm went off for breakfast and we had to drag ourselves out of the comfy bed!

In the bathroom there were This Works toiletries which I was pleasantly surprised by as they're a brand I love. It's also very rare that a hotel will have a conditioner as well as a shampoo and although it's a minor detail, it's something I appreciated as I am the worst for remembering all of my toiletries!  If you watch the vlog of our weekend which is linked below, you'll be able to see much more of the room and the yummy welcome treat that was left for us. 


The Spa:

Since the weekend was all about relaxing, we booked into the spa for some pampering. The Radisson Cork currently have an offer on called the 'Retreat Afternoon Tea' which is €100. You can choose two from the following: Swedish back massage, mini facial, Indian head massage, full body scrub or a full body wrap and once your treatments are done, you enjoy an amazing afternoon tea experience. 

We both went for the Swedish back massage and it was incredible! The Retreat spa is so calming and 
once our massages were over, we chilled out in the relaxation room and enjoyed some fruit salad and water. We then heading into the pool which has some very fun hydrotherapy features and once we'd turned ourselves into prunes, we headed out to enjoy the afternoon tea.


When I say the afternoon tea was AMAZING, I am not exaggerating. It was actually my first time ever having afternoon tea and I was very excited to pretend I was very fancy if even for an hour or so and drink my tea with my pinky finger sticking out! We had cajun chicken wraps, delicious focaccia slices, and don't get me started on the deserts. I mean how much better can it get than mini scones and apple and cinnamon cheese cakes?! I think this spa package would be lovely even if you weren't staying in the hotel as you can really make a whole day out of it.


Dinner:

Keeping with the theme of food, I have to tell you about the dinner we had. Usually I don't have super high expectations for food in hotels, but the food in Maestro's Bistro was absolutely delicious. I ordered the pizza along with homemade sweet potato fries which as you can see was incredible and Dara had the burger which of course I had to try! Desert was equally as yummy and my chocolate brownie was absolute heaven. I also had the gin bramble cocktail and it was strong and sweet, just how I like them!



Breakfast:

One of my absolute favourite things about staying in a hotel is the breakfast and a breakfast buffet is my idea of heaven. The Radisson Blu Cork had the most amazing breakfast buffet which included a orange press where you could make your own orange juice, a Bloody Mary station for anyone nursing a hangover, fresh pastries and scones and of course all of the essentials for a hearty Irish breakfast. They also had the option to order from the kitchen, so I ordered the waffles because I have such a sweet tooth. 


Overall, we absolutely loved our stay in the Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa Cork. The staff were all so friendly and very helpful, the hotel itself was gorgeous and very calm, and the food just absolutely won me over since I am very much food motivated! If you're looking for a break away that's not in the centre of Cork, but also it's too far away either if you fancy a quick look in the shops, I think this is the perfect place.

I hope you enjoyed this post and if you were looking for some staycation ideas that it gave you some inspiration. Thanks so much for reading and a big thank you to Sarah and everyone at the Radisson Blu Cork for having us and being so accommodating.



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As much as I love mascara and think it's probably my dessert island make-up product, liquid lipstick comes very close behind it. You can be guaranteed 9 times out of 10 when I'm wearing something on my lips, it's a matte liquid lipstick. I mean I can't fault them, they're long wearing, have a fab colour pay off and are so much more comfortable to me than a lipstick or lip gloss.

Now, I know that there are some liquid lipsticks out there that can leave your lips feeling dry, flaky and just aren't a fun time for anyone. I think we've all worn a matte liquid lipstick at some stage that's left us feeling like we've rubbed our lips in sand, right? But fear not, I would never lead you astray so today I'm sharing my absolute favourite liquid lipsticks so that we never have to experience sand lips again!


First up we have two of my favourite reds. The interesting thing about these two is that they're on very different ends of the price scale. The 'Lady In Red' matte liquid lipstick from Penneys is just €4 and includes a matching lip liner, and the Urban Decay Vice Liquid Lipstick in shade '714' is €19.50 (but currently on offer for €17.55). Now it has to be said that while they're both almost identical in shade and finish, the Urban Decay liquid lipstick does have more staying power.


One of my favourite brighter pinks to wear is the Flormar Silk Matte liquid lipstick in the shade '04 Daisy' which I'm wearing in the Instagram post above. Since I tend to stick to more dusky pink/nudes, it's nice to pop this on from time to time as I find it brightens up my face and helps me look a lot fresher. The Silk Matte liquid lipsticks are a gorgeous formula too so I need to remind myself to pick up a few more shades the next time I'm in Penneys.


Next up are three of my most warn liquid lipsticks, I love the formula of each one, they don't dry my lips out or start flaking off and they're such gorgeous shades. I have to give a particular mention to the Maybelline Superstay Matte Ink because it's hands down the best liquid lipstick I've ever tried and I don't say that lightly. This gorgeous pink is the shade 'Lover', but I also wear the true red from the range a lot too which is the shade 'Pioneer'. I mean if a liquid lipstick could stay completely intact whilst I devoured a burger from Bunsen, then it really is something isn't it?

The Liquid Catsuit matte lipstick in the shade 'Rebel Rose' from Wet'n'Wild is another one I wear very often, it's a lovely 'your lips but better' shade for me and again super comfy to wear all day. The NYX Liquid Suede cream lipstick in the shade 'Soft Spoken' is my favourite liquid lipstick if I want something a little darker and moodier. It's a really light formula so very comfy to wear. 


So there we have it, my six ride or die liquid lipsticks that I think everyone should try. Are any of your favourites featured in this post? Or are there any matte liquid lipsticks that I simply must try? Thanks so much for reading today's post, I hope you enjoyed it and if you have any lipstick related questions, just pop me a message on Instagram or Facebook.

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Waterford, Ireland

My Top Matte Liquid Lipsticks


As much as I love mascara and think it's probably my dessert island make-up product, liquid lipstick comes very close behind it. You can be guaranteed 9 times out of 10 when I'm wearing something on my lips, it's a matte liquid lipstick. I mean I can't fault them, they're long wearing, have a fab colour pay off and are so much more comfortable to me than a lipstick or lip gloss.

Now, I know that there are some liquid lipsticks out there that can leave your lips feeling dry, flaky and just aren't a fun time for anyone. I think we've all worn a matte liquid lipstick at some stage that's left us feeling like we've rubbed our lips in sand, right? But fear not, I would never lead you astray so today I'm sharing my absolute favourite liquid lipsticks so that we never have to experience sand lips again!


First up we have two of my favourite reds. The interesting thing about these two is that they're on very different ends of the price scale. The 'Lady In Red' matte liquid lipstick from Penneys is just €4 and includes a matching lip liner, and the Urban Decay Vice Liquid Lipstick in shade '714' is €19.50 (but currently on offer for €17.55). Now it has to be said that while they're both almost identical in shade and finish, the Urban Decay liquid lipstick does have more staying power.


One of my favourite brighter pinks to wear is the Flormar Silk Matte liquid lipstick in the shade '04 Daisy' which I'm wearing in the Instagram post above. Since I tend to stick to more dusky pink/nudes, it's nice to pop this on from time to time as I find it brightens up my face and helps me look a lot fresher. The Silk Matte liquid lipsticks are a gorgeous formula too so I need to remind myself to pick up a few more shades the next time I'm in Penneys.


Next up are three of my most warn liquid lipsticks, I love the formula of each one, they don't dry my lips out or start flaking off and they're such gorgeous shades. I have to give a particular mention to the Maybelline Superstay Matte Ink because it's hands down the best liquid lipstick I've ever tried and I don't say that lightly. This gorgeous pink is the shade 'Lover', but I also wear the true red from the range a lot too which is the shade 'Pioneer'. I mean if a liquid lipstick could stay completely intact whilst I devoured a burger from Bunsen, then it really is something isn't it?

The Liquid Catsuit matte lipstick in the shade 'Rebel Rose' from Wet'n'Wild is another one I wear very often, it's a lovely 'your lips but better' shade for me and again super comfy to wear all day. The NYX Liquid Suede cream lipstick in the shade 'Soft Spoken' is my favourite liquid lipstick if I want something a little darker and moodier. It's a really light formula so very comfy to wear. 


So there we have it, my six ride or die liquid lipsticks that I think everyone should try. Are any of your favourites featured in this post? Or are there any matte liquid lipsticks that I simply must try? Thanks so much for reading today's post, I hope you enjoyed it and if you have any lipstick related questions, just pop me a message on Instagram or Facebook.

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Hello hello! I'm back with another travel post and I'm very excited about this one. Allow me to introduce you to Barnabrow House, a stunning country house located just outside of Cork city that is so full of charm you'll never want to leave. Myself and Dara were invited down to stay and to experience their Gourmet Evening and it honestly surpassed all of my expectations.
Cloyne, Midleton, Co. Cork, Ireland

A Relaxing Step Back In Time - Barnabrow House Review


Hello hello! I'm back with another travel post and I'm very excited about this one. Allow me to introduce you to Barnabrow House, a stunning country house located just outside of Cork city that is so full of charm you'll never want to leave. Myself and Dara were invited down to stay and to experience their Gourmet Evening and it honestly surpassed all of my expectations.

Disneyland really is the most magical place on earth. It doesn't matter what age you are, or where you come from, or what language you speak, everyone can sense the magic in the air in Disneyland and the excitement is contagious.

Back in November I was lucky enough to visit Disneyland Paris with Primark and had the best weekend ever (just watch the vlog linked below and count how many times I say "I'm so excited"). Lots of you have messaged me since that trip asking if I have any tips for visiting Disneyland and since I've been to both Disneyland Paris, and Walt Disney World in Orlando, I do have a fair few tips to impart on you.
Disneyland Paris, France

Disneyland Paris - My Top Tips


Disneyland really is the most magical place on earth. It doesn't matter what age you are, or where you come from, or what language you speak, everyone can sense the magic in the air in Disneyland and the excitement is contagious.

Back in November I was lucky enough to visit Disneyland Paris with Primark and had the best weekend ever (just watch the vlog linked below and count how many times I say "I'm so excited"). Lots of you have messaged me since that trip asking if I have any tips for visiting Disneyland and since I've been to both Disneyland Paris, and Walt Disney World in Orlando, I do have a fair few tips to impart on you.

Unless you've been living under a rock, or are just sensible enough not to live your life on social media (something I need to learn to do), you'll probably have seen all of the blogger/influencer drama that's exploded over the past few weeks. I have quite a few opinions on all of this and I wanted to take some time to think about it all instead of writing a post on the day it all started in the hope of getting as many clicks as possible.
Waterford, Ireland

Has The Blogging Bubble Burst?


Unless you've been living under a rock, or are just sensible enough not to live your life on social media (something I need to learn to do), you'll probably have seen all of the blogger/influencer drama that's exploded over the past few weeks. I have quite a few opinions on all of this and I wanted to take some time to think about it all instead of writing a post on the day it all started in the hope of getting as many clicks as possible.

As well as looking back on my highlights from 2017, I thought I'd also round up my best beauty products from the past year. I got into beauty in a big way last year, I stepped outside of my comfort zone and actually made an effort (for the most part) with my make-up, I took a real interest in skincare and the ingredients I was putting on my face and I loved trying out lots of new products. You could also call this post my 'All Time Favourite Beauty Products' because I reach for each product that I'll be sharing at least once a week, if not more!
Waterford, Ireland

The Best Of Beauty In 2017


As well as looking back on my highlights from 2017, I thought I'd also round up my best beauty products from the past year. I got into beauty in a big way last year, I stepped outside of my comfort zone and actually made an effort (for the most part) with my make-up, I took a real interest in skincare and the ingredients I was putting on my face and I loved trying out lots of new products. You could also call this post my 'All Time Favourite Beauty Products' because I reach for each product that I'll be sharing at least once a week, if not more!

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