Tai Chi, over the years, has gained a reputation as being 'exercise for the elderly' due to its slow, controlled and low-impact movements - for good reason, quite frankly. It is ideal for those who are in their more 'senior years' as it can help with arthritic pain, lower blood pressure, help your joints and … Continue reading Tai Chi – It’s not just for the elderly
March, both personally and professionally, has been a hectic month but I managed to gather together a few of my favourites (some new, some golden oldies) which I've narrowed down to a Top 4. Billion Dollar Brows Universal Brow Pencil (£17) My eyebrow routine doesn't often change, I tend to use a standard high-street eyebrow … Continue reading March Favourites ’17
In all honesty, I don't pay that much attention to seasonal trends until the said season actually arrives and it's time to buy some key pieces. So, whilst I may be a bit late to the buck with this one, after flicking through magazines such as vogue and marie claire, I feel I've got a … Continue reading Affordable Spring/Summer ’17 looks
Due to the stress of final year and approaching deadlines, I haven't been taking due care of my hair and it's been looking rather dull. Just a brown shade of bleugh falling onto my shoulders. I've used some wonderful hair care products in the past that put oomph back into my hair and gave … Continue reading Lackluster hair
Coffee body scrubs - are they all they are cracked up to be? I try Scrub Love's Original Lovin' body scrub. I've tested nearly every body scrub out there (within financial reason, I'm a student after all) and they've all left something to be desired. Some have been too coarse and damage my sensitive skin...