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Alternative fashion and beauty

Pick n Post, The Monthly Subscription Package For Your Home

Items in this post were gifted to me.

When it comes to monthly subscription packages, I've never been very experimental. Maybe I should? So far I've really only tried beauty ones and as good as they were... They got a bit repetitive and I just ended up with a load of products I never used. So when Pick n Melt offered to sign me up to their Pick n Melt subscription packages*, I was intrigued. A monthly delivery of wax melts? Yes, please.

A Not So Flawless Future For My Skin

Seeing the word "Flawless" in the name of a skincare product is always going to grab my attention. As much as I know that flawless skin is not in the cards for me, that doesn't mean I'm not going to keep trying. So investing £40 in this Elizabeth Arden Flawless Future moisturiser seemed like a great idea to me, oh how wrong was I.

Alternative Accessories With Blue Banana

Personally, I feel like a good accessory really completes a look. They're the perfect way of making a basic outfit fit your style and express your taste in fashion. So when I discovered Blue Banana*, I couldn't wait to get my hands on a few of their accessories to add to my wardrobe.

Is This Really Worth The Money?

I'm definitely more of a budget beauty gal myself. I love a good bargain because the cheaper it is, the more I can buy. However lately, I've been wanting to spend a little extra on things and treat myself to some more luxury brands. Much like this YSL Volume Effect Curler Mascara, but is it really worth £26?

Soap & Glory's Must-Have Make-Up Marvels

Soap & Glory's Supercat eyeliner has been a favourite of mine ever since I moved back to the UK. So when I received it alongside some other goodies in a PR package, I was eager to see if the other products were just as good or if I'd be let down. Bearing in mind that I've never been let down by a Soap & Glory product before, not that I can recall. So here's what I thought of their must-have makeup marvels*