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Jamie's Italian Leeds Review

There are so many places to eat in Leeds that it really is quite amazing. You can go down any street and for sure you will find a restaurant to suit your cravings. Last week, my family and I headed to Jamie's Italian in Leeds on Park Row for a lovely evening meal. 
The restaurant is tucked in the corner, 5 minutes away from the train station and is an old bank that has been converted into this gorgeous, rustic restaurant. 
Jamie's Italian Leeds Review

Caudalie Radiance Serum Review


Caudalíe is fast becoming one of my favourite skincare brands,the sorbet moisturiser (full post here) is my holy grail and at the moment when its hot outside it seems to be working really well. Not too heavy, keeps my skin nourished and smells divine. These past few weeks I have added in the Caudalíe Radiance Serum* in to my routine and it too has become a favourite of mine. 

Caudalie Radicance Serum Review

Primark PS Pro Oval Blending Makeup Brushes

Oval makeup brushes are taking the beauty world by storm, they have become the latest craze. The problem is the price tag that comes with it, Artis brushes start at £28 and thats for a small one and MAC retail them for £34. Personally, I can't justify the spend on them no matter how amazing they might be (unless I win the lottery, in which case, I'll take 2). 

Michelle from TSNC compared a Ebay version to the Artis ones and I was planning on buying them, until I headed into Primark one day. Hidden within their makeup brushes stand I spotted these oval brushes, a complete dupe for the expensive ones. 


primark ps pro oval makeup brushes


House of Wonderland Nail Transfers

Painting my nails is a hobby of mine, I honestly love it so much. or the last few months I was getting my nails done professionally but the cost of maintaining them is ridiculous. I've gone back to my natural nails and to be honest they aren't that bad! My go to nail look is just a coat of polish and maybe some glitter if I'm feeling fancy. 

But, I've stepped it up a level and moved onto using the cutest nail transfers from House of Wonderland. A store opened by Tess, a entrepreneur from Edinburgh it features some pretty, quirky jewellery, mugs, cushions and newly released nail transfers.    

I was very kindly send a packet of them to try out that has a whole bunch inside, from earth and space to cute little pugs. These are also super easy to use;
> Simply paint your nails as normal
> Choose the transfers you want to apply and cut them out as close as possible (recommend getting these ready before)
> Place the transfers under water for about 5 seconds and then you should be able to peel them straight off - like a temporary tattoo!
> Apply to your chosen nail/s and make sure there are no creases before you apply a top coat to seal it off! 

House of Wonderland Nail Transfers