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Thursday, 31 May 2012

OOTD #2: Baby Shower Planning And Shopping!

Hello, so the weather in the UK lately has been BEAUTIFUL! Here's the outfit I wore yesterday! I had a baby shower "meeting" and by "meeting" I mean having a chat in Starbucks! I am so excited to be planning my sisters baby shower, I am a very creative person so thinking of cute ideas is easy for me! After I went for a little shop (haul coming soon!) around town, here's the outfit I wore!

Denim Jacket: Topshop

Dress: New Look



Headband: Delilah And Wild

Watch: Michael Kors

Shoes: New Look




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Sunday, 27 May 2012

My week in Instagram photos #1

Hello, I have seen lots of people doing this Instagram posts and I love reading them (mainly because I am very nosey and like looking at other people's photos) so I thought I would do one. Tell me if this is something you like and I will do them every week, if not I won't :)



Me and my Mulberry off on a shopping trip, going for a run in my Nike's, moustache necklace from Accessorize, getting a tad too excited about my new camera, working out, my favourite pug pajama top, the weather FINALLY hotting up so I can wear my new sunglasses, setting up my camera for some OOTD shots, starting on the gradual tanner, Harvey having a lie down, birthday card for my best friend, the THICK jeans I have to wear for work in the BOILING weather!


You can follow me on Instagram @GeorginaLu

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Saturday, 26 May 2012

Bourjois Healthy Mix Foundation Review!

Hello, so this is going to be a review of the Bourjois Healthy mix foundation. I have the shade light vanilla which is a perfect match for my skin colour.

Bourjois claim this foundation gives "70% more radiance for up to 16 hours and a flawless, luminous complexion for up to 16 hours." The foundation includes Apricot for radiance, Melon for hydration, Apple as an antioxidant and Ginger for energy.

I was able to find my shade easily and quickly however I can tell that for very pale skins or darker skins it would be much more of a struggle as there are a limited number of shades.

The consistency of the foundation is quite thin, meaning it is a dream to apply! I put a few pumps on the back of my hand and use my Sephora mineral brush to buff it into my skin, this has been the best method for me but it works just as lovely used with fingers and other brushes.
I would say this foundation gives medium coverage, it evens out my skin tone but doesn't cover ever single imperfection.
This foundation looks very natural on the skin, applying a small amount makes it look like you are wearing next to no foundation but applying more covers and evens the skin.

Because I prefer a matte finish I use a powder over the top, if you have dryer skin I think you could skip this step and your skin would still look lovely. I haven't tested out whether it lasts the full 16 hours but I have tried it for about 12 hours, (which included a lot of running about and getting hot at work) the foundation still looked lovely and there was next to no shine on my face.

One thing I definitely must comment on is the smell of this foundation, I find that especially with drugstore foundations they don't smell great, this foundation smells AMAZING. All Bourjois products seem to have a lovely scent to them but it just makes it a lot nicer to apply when a product smells nice compared to one that smells of paint. (*cough Revlon Colorstay *cough)

I would definitely recommend this product,it is definitely one of the best drugstore foundations I have tried and I actually prefer it to many of my higher end foundations! It's £9.99 which I think is a very reasonable price, arguably it is not the cheapest but I would much prefer to spend £9.99 on a really lovely foundation than a rubbish £5 one!

I hope this review was helpful! :)


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Tuesday, 22 May 2012

DIY: Moustache Ring!

Hello, so here's a tutorial on how to make this cute moustache ring! I made this one quite quickly but if you have an afternoon it will be a lot neater! All you need is some brown (or whatever colour you want) felt, thread, a needle, some form of stuffing and a ring (you could probably pick a bunch on Ebay) to attach the moustache to.

Firstly cut out a template, I just Googled "moustache" and drew around an image, then cut out on some paper.

On felt cut out two moustaches from the template.

Stitch the two moustaches together.

Take some stuffing, (I found some in my loft!) you could use almost any kind of stuffing for this.

Start to fill the moustache, pack it in quite tightly.

Finish sewing the two pieces together.

Glue or stitch to a ring (I still needed to trim off some loose threads!)

Finished!!
"I'd love to stay and chat but I moustache" ;)

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Sunday, 20 May 2012

OOTD #1: Family meal.

Hello, here's just a little OOTD from a family lunch. I just wore this dip hem dress with some cute jewellery it's pretty simple but I am in love with this dress! There are no full body pictures as I looked pretty awful in every photo I took, my face is very unphotogenic! Ha!

Dress: River Island £30




Watch: Michael Kors


Rings: Left-Topshop Right-http://www.etsy.com/shop/Delilahandwild


Shoes: River Island








Most of the jewellery is from the website Delilah And Wild they make such cute jewellery and today I was like a walking advert for them!

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