Soap & Glory Sweet Tidings: The Very Last Minute Gifts*

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*Everything featured here was kindly gifted so I could specifically show you the Soap & Glory magic.

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If you’re anything like me, frantically unprepared for holiday mania, then you’ll appreciate this sloppy, half-hearted Soap & Glory gift guide post. I was meant to have it complete for the weekend as a conservation for the last minute panickers but I ended up adopting that role myself; unorganised and underestimating how many presents to wrap – finding them stashed in every cached corner of the house. And along with that came the realisation I haven’t actually finished either.

Without sounding like a cut-and-dried Brit with my choice of lingo; I have a couple more bits to grab on a dreaded Christmas Eve dash around town, some end of year content to schedule (my annual round up reflection and new decade goals post will most probably be typed up in the limbo period) and tags to scribble on so Uncle Knobhead doesn’t accidentally receive the fluffy slippers and crack out a bigoted joke which enforces political correctness over the pigs in blankets.

You’d think I learn from my former, recurring mistakes but alas not. Procrastination isn’t just a makeshift measure with me. If I was to write a novel on How To Not Leave Everything Until The Very Last Minute I’d still decide to start writing it tomorrow. It’s just how I’m wired. And I’m hoping there’s plenty of people in the same boat because that’s basically the point of this brief rundown of what Soap & Glory have to offer in their festive pink pruning collection. Their signature slogan of being holiday heroes has never been so apt for those crucially depending on the high streets to save their skin (quite literally).

I thought about just scrapping this post at first. I wouldn’t have the time and effort on my hands to impart fluency into my usual writing style and truthfully, who the heck only starts gift set searching the day before you’re supposed to actually exchange the gifts carefully wrapped with a ribbon upon it? But then I thought – well you don’t always need to be tied to my linguistic language and I’m quite clearly detached from the real world because the footfall of the crowds and the hollow-eyed faces attached to them say different (and quite frankly I liked the photos I snapped too much to not show them off! A blogger simply does not waste glitter.)

So, without further ado, this arbitrary product digest is for you. The blokes wanting to impress their missus with some pretty packaging and at-home pampering. The siblings remembering you will be sharing the same space as your brother or sister for more than an hour so it’s best to buy something nice. The Secret Santa’s on the run. Or just for those pro-active people who want to purchase that extra something for the backbone of their family because they deserve it.

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Soap & Glory Wonderful Face Palette

For that makeup loving Wonder Woman in your life. This multifaceted palette means they’ll have everything they desire to enhance, define and make more than just the potatoes pop! A classic option for an all day glow.

Soap & Glory Original Pink Collection Tin

The whimsically striped design alone is enough to woo that favourite someone. This fabulous little tin contains four of the finest miniature treats – Clean On Me Shower Gel, Hand Food Hand Cream, Bright & Beautiful Mask, The Scrub Of Your Life Body Butter – which will have your giftee all set for the festivities ahead in an instance. Think hot bubble bath or luxury shower before the day kicks in!

Soap & Glory Make Your Smooth Duo

Another package to keep you all moisturised and feeling fresh! The butter and polish duo will be much appreciated by anyone who wants to scrub away the alcohol induced antics ahead.

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Soap & Glory Naughty But Spice Handy Duo

Let your loved one enjoy the marvels of soft hands with this hand wash and lotion duo. They both come in a limited edition sweet and spicy fragrance so the remnants of the food consumed can live on in the cook’s magic mitts.

Soap & Glory Christmas Quacker

This is ideal for all ages which ups the superiority. Young kids are gonna squeal at the sudden appearance of the duck once the bath bomb has fizzed and depleted and the older folk are going to just revel in the festive fragrance. Like a Christmas cracker, but lavation style. Both in the Naughty But Spice range!

Soap & Glory Happy Holid-Eyes

A second gift for those who like to paint their face with glimmer at Christmas time. This peeper-focused gift set features smouldering black eyeliner and sparkling shadow in gold and even has an option for you to hang on the tree with a . The perfect stocking filler to create a striking seasonal statement look!

Soap & Glory Soap Hero

Another adorable shower comfort to wash the stress away. Star shaped. Engraved with Wonder Woman. In a keepsake tin. Honestly, what is there not to love?

Soap & Glory have totes outdone themselves this year! You can always rely on their best sellers to easily please your family and friends. It’s by far my favourite body and skincare brand – so reasonably priced and a generous selection of goodies for everybody but especially the bedrock to love and gratitude. All are available at Boots and you might even catch a few in the sale now! The perks to being not-so-pro-active, ey.

And on that note, it’s time for me to sign off and indulge in the mini break which Christmas brings! No matter whether you’ll be spending your last hours at abysmal pace running on nothing but tension or gearing up for a fun and frolicked day to treasure, I wish you nothing but jollity.

Honest truth, my head’s just not in it at all this year and I think that’s why December definitely ran away with me and the Christmas period snuck up faster than my brain could comprehend and keep up with! Feigning interest is harder than it seems but none the less I’ve still cracked on with dishing out the minimal material I managed to get done and I’ll be working on upping my game with my ol’ blog in 2020. Stay tuned for a hefty introspective dissertation before we end the first of the millennial decade!

Feliz Navidad. Merry Chrysler. Happy Holidays. You know the score!


Taking A Break

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Hello my lovely blog readers! Just passing by to leave a little message as I try and mute myself from breaking out into song about going on summer holidays whilst scampering around like a mad woman gathering together my last bits and bobs and resisting the urge to just fall back asleep after staying up way later than I should have done last night (ahem, Adele’s spectacular performance at Glastonbury, it’s your fault). Today’s the day I fly off to my place of bliss (or Spain for those who are unfamiliar with the boasting of my favourite acquainted location) and I’m signing off from the blog for two weeks. I know there’s so many bloggers out there who are on board with the scheduling of posts whilst they’re away but I’m in the minority who actually likes to just shut off the world and forget about any blog-related promotion and preparation whilst I enjoy my time away stress and burden-free. I’ll be a ghostly representation of a tumbleweed as I go M.I.A on my site but it doesn’t mean I’ll be completely absent from social media. I’ll be updating Instagram and Twitter with my regular holiday outings, adventures and of course, my signature outfit displays.


For now, though, don’t forget whilst I’m gone my giveaway is still open and if you like, you can have a catch up on all my latest posts this month (I’m sorry I never got the chance to reply to comments before I headed off, I’ve had a crazy busy schedule but I promise I always read, appreciate and smile until I’m flushed in the cheeks at every single one).


Adios, and see you when I resentfully fly back on home ground!


Bridie x



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A new year giveaway with Stylefruits

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How are we all? I hope the first Monday of January isn’t too painful for you. I have something that will make the idea of the Christmas holidays being completely over a little less forbidding, and that’s a giveaway – to bring in the new year on a fresh, clean plate and thank you lovely readers for backing me on this ever growing blogging journey. I’ve teamed up with Stylefruits, an online shopping bonanza with a twist that allows you to create your own outfit, to bring you a range of everyday accessories, beauty products, and speciality gift sets that reflects their concept of fun and inspiring.


Once the box of pretty treats arrived I was super excited to photograph them in all their glory and get the giveaway up and running as soon as possible (whilst secretly wanting to keep them all for my own possession). In the goody bag, we have the following:


Colossal Volume Express Waterproof Mascara£7.99

Topshop Lip Bullet Duo in Joyride and Tamed£10

Lottie London Lip Balm Ball in Cherry Pie£4.99

Lottie London Tan Time Bronzer Brush£7.99

Lottie London Look At Me Compact Mirror£3.99

Topshop Silver Metallic Makeup Bag£8

Topshop Fluffy Pom Bag Charm£7

ASOS Oversized Scarf in Geo Print Check£18


= over £60 worth


The rules are the same as always; the giveaway will be held through Rafflecopter and all you need to do is enter the mandatory options (and any more add ons of your choice) to ensure your entry. The giveaway is already live and ends in one months time. Unfortunately, and as much as I’d love to include everybody, the giveaway is only open to UK and European international destinations due to ridiculous postage prices outside of the EU. The winner will be picked entirely from random and contacted straight away. Good luck!


Bridie x

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Be right back

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The time has finally come for me to jet off on my holidays and the excitement’s currently kicking in. I’m cruising down to the airport as I write this and totally forgot I’d not mentioned my upcoming absence in a blog post. I’m having a break from my blog for the time I’m away as I didn’t want to be saddled with the pressure of preparing posts when relaxation is in full swing (and I fail on the scheduling part). So, it’ll be ghostly on here until the 21st July but I’m pretty sure I’ll be updating my social media accounts with my adventures. In particular, my Instagram which will be cram packed with my holiday outfits. A change of environment with the sun beaming down and swapping the jeans and shirts for shorts, crop tops and kaftans has got me all giddy. If you’re the tiniest bit interested in my ramblings, you can find all the links to my social media in the sidebar of my blog.

Until next time, adios!

Bridie x


The Sunday Natter: International Women’s Day – why I believe we need feminism

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In honour of International Women’s Day, today’s post is based around the belief I have that we need to stand on this earth as both men and women and strive to rid of the cruel misogyny of today’s society that is creating an imbalance in us, every second of every minute. Just the word feminism gives a reason for debate, and to the extremities I understand why but my view of feminism is simple. It’s about embracing the notion of choice, aiming for equality, freedom of choice and fair treatment for everyone. Recognising the importance of equality is a necessity. I believe in the social, economic and political equality of all sexes. I believe in men’s rights just as much as women’s but as a woman myself, I have first hand experience to feel as though we are marginalised in comparison and as a woman, of course I’m on my own side. The point of feminism is this; having an empowerment of women grouping together gives us the chance and open space to discuss women’s common issues and experiences which can often be hidden and de-prioritised from other general life subjects.


We’ve most certainly come a long way in terms of how women are portrayed. Comparing today’s era and ideas of a woman’s potential to one 50 years ago shows that and it’s our job to continue to turn around the traditions and patterns that were set in place when women were considered the less adequate gender. Despite the shift in existing structure and values, there are still critical, dangerous issues facing women and girls all over the world which need better awareness. From gender discrimination, sexual assault, abuse and domestic violence, forced marriage and the controlling of women’s decisions, to unequal pay, gaps in women leadership roles, and the unavailability of the right to influential education. The many campaigns and the introduction to women pioneers has allowed us to paint a new picture but we are still moving backwards in terms of justice. We need to open our eyes to what is happening, we still have a long way to go and not just from a man’s perspective. It is status quo, we can’t just blame or generalise men. We need to push ourselves, to teach ourselves, commemorate the power of women, and quit the woman on woman war to save the next generation from carrying these barbaric attitudes.


Baring all this in mind and aside from the listed above in depth topics that require much more extensive conversation, I wanted to share the 10 reasons I believe in everyday feminism and how the expectations and stereotypes of women really do affect us.


I believe, because…

We, as women, should not be in fear of walking down the street because we do not wish to be harassed. | We live in a world where we feel intimidated just going about our weekly lives because shouting, wolf whistling, and inconsiderate gestures has somehow become an acceptable movement. This weekend, my 17 year old brother stressed to my mum and I that he does not want us to go to his friends 18th party because of all the rude comments and disregarding opinions that will follow from his teenage friends. He was genuinely disgusted by what goes on when a woman who has made an effort to look nice shows up to a nearly all male event. He stated he does not want his mum and his sister to be looked at in that way and he can’t bear to stand it. That is not the sort of world I want to live in.

We as women, almost always get portrayed of having a man to back us up. | Is it really that hard to believe that women have just as many aspirations and goals as men do? My independence is something that needs to be accepted as part of me. I will speak up if I am offended, I will stand up for myself, I will make my own decisions and go ahead even if you disagree, I will buy things with my own money without having to ask a man for permission and I will work hard in keeping myself and my personal aims satisfied. Society keeps trying to tape women off as sex objects, gold-diggers and the all round weaker gender who are only seen as stuck up if they put themselves first, but we can’t let them win. 


We as women, have to cope with the media picking out appearance before accomplishments. | How many headlines have you seen that rank the subject of the title in order of exterior to interior? There’s so many you can’t even count them, right?



Notice the fact this triumphant lady is downgraded and her success is left until the end just because she is attractive and engaged to an A-list celebrity male.


This one is god awful, the lowest of the low. This woman risked her own safety to save the lives of two strangers and all the papers care about is a small show of breast through the difficult but heroic scuffle.


And it’s not just this, it’s the highlighting of a woman who is welcoming the outdoors on a casual basis, a woman who believes her everyday regime does not expect to create a pointless story which has no purpose. The media repeatedly make celebrity women conscious of going outside and enjoying some free time and for what, to capture the next ridiculous headline?


Oh, wow. Call the police, Tamara decides to disallow her birth getting in the way of her desire for exercise. She put on some suitable clothing, proceeded with it and will then most likely go home to her baby with loving, open arms. Such harm done.



A woman who believes makeup and skimpy garments are not  necessary to how confident she feels, decides to go get a coffee  unaware that it’s her priority to dress to impress the paparazzi and to make her outfit fit the ‘I must look sexually appealing for such asimple task’ rule book.

How on earth this made the news I do not know. An ordinary woman strolled along her home ground bare faced because shock horror, she felt comfortable in her own skin and fancied a walk in the fresh air.


The list goes on but hopefully you get my point.



We as women, are stuck with body parts that are sexualised. | It is proven that people focus on the parts of a woman’s body when processing her image and unfortunately, women’s bodies are used to sell all sorts of products in separate labels. Let me tell you this, objectification hurts. The latest breast feeding frenzy is solid proof that the way the world see a woman is body first, situation last. With the corrupt footage available in today’s day and age, I struggle to see how a natural source of nourishment which provides a beneficial bond between mother and baby is seen as unnecessary. We shouldn’t have to hide in a corner just because it might entice a member of public, or most shockingly, offend someone to the point of disgrace. We’ve reached a point where parts of us which were never even thought upon as being a trigger for sexualisation are occurring; our shoulders, our waists, our lips, our legs. There’s a reason I won’t go to the gym and that’s from the stories I’ve heard about being almost stalked when working out just because you’re wearing a cropped top or sticking out your bum a little. A woman shouldn’t have to be cautious and weary of who is watching her and identifying her as a sexual object.


We as women, get told we have no relevance towards male cliche themes, activities and jobs. | It’s hard to curb your tongue when people reckon you have to meet substantial standards to become expert at something that only males are considered to be capable of.

  • Sports. There are hundreds of victorious sports women in the industry so why are young girls still being told they’ll never make it? Why are sports advertisements still including men only? Why are sport teams being set up with the intention of having only boys come forward thus discouraging girls?
  • Driving. Another stupid untrue assumption, ‘if you’re a woman driver you’re a slow, fragile, unsteady driver who doesn’t pay attention and holds up traffic’. Actually, I think that’s a matter of how skillful you are, how much of a fast learner you are and how careful you wish to be on the road.
  • DIY. Who says a woman can’t put furniture together, mow the lawn, paint the walls and pick up a drill with faith? We have the ability and desire to practice and achieve just as much as men do.
  • Jobs. A woman can be a mechanic, a fire officer, in the military etc etc. Try not to be insensitive and illiterate when a woman mentions the fact she’s determined to follow her dreams. Let’s start putting female scientists, performing artists, athletes, professors, and comedians on magazine covers. Let’s teach both girls and boys that smart, determination, creation and wit is equally as compelling.
  • Sex. Men continue to be praised with a good pat on the back when they admit how many women they’ve slept with. Women so much of even dare experiment with their sexual relations and they are judged to be a slut. As awkward as it may be to talk about, sex is another natural part of life and women are granted just as much enjoyment.
  • Hobbies. I read somewhere that a man claimed a woman hadn’t even played a discussed video game, to his foolish surprise it turns out she actually wrote the game. Now, if that isn’t an in your face you sexist pig smack down, then I don’t know what is.


We as women, do not belong in the kitchen. | And it’s not a joking matter. It becomes a serious problem when my grandma still thinks it’s a woman’s job to cook, clean up, take all the wrath for when the household is in turmoil and be in charge of keeping a man happy 24/7. This is a matter that strikes me the most, it’s one I believe needs to be dealt with. We are not still living in the 1940’s, women go out to work, men stay at home and look after children, both genders cook together and split the chores down the middle. Today’s older generation have been brought up in an environment where women are the domestics and a lot of the time, they fail to see that there are bigger mountains to reach. We can’t let today’s present and on-growing future still surmise the envision that women belong at home, stuck in a rut and a routine that has a negative effect on self-ambition and worth.


We as women, get told to cover up in case it distracts and encourages a male. | Imagine a world where we are advised to wear in-provocative clothing because it may have negative effects on a male’s behaviour and performance? Well, we already live in it. Telling girls to cover up is teaching them that their bodies are inappropriate, dangerous, violable and subject to constant scrutiny and judgement, including by adults they trust. Young girls will listen and grow up believing it is their responsibility to make sure boys’ thoughts remain clean and they are not putting themselves ‘out there’ for boys to inappropriately pounce. It gives out a complete wrong message, it reinforces bullying and disrespect and it makes it almost normal to publicly shame and expose women. We cannot be seen as the sole reason boys act and visualise like they do. We need to stop victimising women and acting as though they are to blame by their personal choice of clothing, and we need to educate boys, focus on practicality, teach them about valuing women for their character and brains, not just their body. ‘All blokes are letches at heart, some hide it better than others. We cannot be taught otherwise. Live with it.‘ – a genuine quote from a remorseless, and quite clearly deluded man. This sort of outlook is upsetting. Not only does it make us afraid of expressing ourselves, it introduces us to feelings of guilt, and sends out the message that we have to adapt to ill-suited monstrosity because it can’t be stopped. Direct contact without consent is not okay. The way we dress makes absolutely no difference to the thought process of a man. Whether you’re in a pair of shorts and a vest top, or a jumper and joggers, they’ve already made up their mind on whether they are going to inappropriately approach you by instinct. I don’t know about you but if I ever have have a son, I will bring him up to always be deferential and attentive.


– We as women, have to deal with high expectations and constant pressure. | From the day we are born, we are bombarded by designated instructions on how to be a ‘proper’ woman and before we even get to know ourselves, we are informed of the overall judgement of women. The main invalidity being based around needing to look hot in order to be important, valuable and worth loving, but the stretching of false logic also goes much further than that. We need to be fiercely intelligent and consider hair colour to not be seen as a bimbo, we need to show the right balance of emotion so we’re not shallow nor cold, or overly emotional, we have to be careful not to act too confident so we’re not classed as pretentious, but then again we can’t be too insecure because then we aren’t bearable. We can’t be innocent because we’re pathetic, but we can’t be too forward as we’re a loud mouth bitch. We can’t enjoy a calorie busting meal without us looking greedy on a date, so we have to go the prim and proper way and choose salad. We have to carefully look at our wardrobe choices to make sure we’re not named as a prude or a slut, and we have to be the perfect inbetween in weight and height otherwise we’re prone to body shaming. We have to stay away from everyone when we’re menstruating because we are supposed psychos. Worst of all, we have to pretend we’re not single when unwillingly approached because being on the market means we’re instantly available to all men and we crave the attention. I’m not saying this happens all the time but it does happen and women are force fed these labels meaning they believe they have to act a certain way to be received in a pleasant manner. Constantly forcing these categorisations upon us are contributing absolutely nothing to the way we view women and it needs to stop, by both men and other women who get a kick out of being hateful.


– We as women, do not need a mans approval and a justification for an act or gesture. | Ever thought the reason we take a good hour or so getting ready for a night out is not to ‘ignore the men who take a fancy to us’ but for ourselves? Believe it or not, the idea of impressing men is not constantly on our minds 24/7. Our decisions are mainly made with self motivation. There’s no rule book stating men are in charge of what we do. We don’t need looking after, we don’t need to be dragged along as a side order, we appreciate but do not seek a man’s favour and we aren’t just alive to please a man. We have our own individual preferences, we cut our hair and wear bright lipstick because we want to feel great, be creative, artistic and explore the liberty. A man can have his view but it doesn’t automatically make them eligible to tell them what looks good and what they prefer a woman to look like. Promoting the idea that a woman is not allowed to like herself because that makes her cocky and means she has a higher opinion than a man’s, is diminishing. Think about this statement ‘women are taught to hate themselves if men reject them, and men are taught to hate women if women reject them’ and analyse the truth of it. We are taught that men are priority to women’s needs and if we don’t respond to that, we are the victim on both sides.


– We as women, are entitled to making up our minds about what is expected as a woman. | There’s so much stigma attached to what is essential for a woman to be classed as respectable and feminal. If you prefer to have short hair and wear track suits instead of having princess hair and a posh dress, that’s okay. If you don’t want children or do have children and don’t want to be just identified as ‘the mother of…’ that’s okay. If you wish to rid of birth control, that’s okay. It is not just down to you to be responsible. If you’d much rather stay at home playing video games than spend the day at the mall, that’s okay. If you believe casual work is more suitable for you, excluding the idea of the expected high power career in order to provide as a woman, that’s okay. What’s not okay is telling women how they should live their lives a certain way because of restricted opinions and insular calculations.



I fully admit that a lot of these reasons can be role reversed, vice versa in terms of male vs female. It shouldn’t be a competition and it’s definitely not a game. The concept of what I spoke about, although less common still occurs in the male population which is why this section is for you:


Men, all over the world, I’m sorry that it’s acceptable for you to be publicly ogled with no circumstances or uproar to follow. I’m sorry you get labelled as being ‘all the same’ a player, ignorant, and self-centred, just because of individual experiences. I’m sorry you get told you’re useless at practical tasks women are supposed to take care of. I’m sorry you’re just seen as the handy man. I’m sorry you live in worry about expressing your feelings because men aren’t supposed to cry. You should, that makes you human. I’m sorry you get called a faggot if you enjoy supposed non-masculine hobbies such as dancing, and I’m sorry people instantly think you are homosexual if you take on a ‘woman’s job’ such as a nanny. I’m sorry to the young boys who get force fed bigotry and prejudice by their parents. It’s more than okay to play with dolls, love the colour pink and paint your nails. You don’t have to ‘stop being a girl’ when you’re upset and when you take a bad shot in basketball, you are not succumbed to ‘throwing like a girl’. Men, I’m sorry women can be demanding. You do not need an expensive car, lots of money, and a package full of Victoria Secret’s gifts and balloons, in order to love a woman. I’m sorry you face this sexism daily, I believe as men and women, we both deserve emancipation. 


Fighting for women’s rights is not man hating. In order to develop a positive perception of how we view ourselves we need to celebrate our achievements all day every day. Become the woman you want to be, not who you are told to be.


I was extremely apprehensive about posting this but I did it, because I felt like it needed to be said. I hope it is perceived in a positive way and is understood with empathy. Happy International Women’s Day to all! 


Bridie x


100 Bloglovin’ followers giveaway

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Hello you lovely lot! Hope you all had a brilliant weekend and a memorable Valentine’s Day. I certainly did, not only did I stick to my plan of pampering like I said I would in this post (thank you so much for all your uplifting comments by the way), I reached 100 followers on Bloglovin’! I was so happy when I received my email congratulating me. It may not seem a lot to some, but it is for a newbie like me who started off their blog thinking nobody would be interested in the thoughts and ideas that spill from my ever so over driven mind. It’s somewhat highly rewarding and pleasing knowing there are people out there who take their time to follow, comment and compliment my blog and make me smile in the process. Essentially, my blog is just a hobby, gathered with the everyday things that interest me and to think people do gain help and influences from it is really quite amazing.


I wanted to run a little giveaway to thank you for helping me reach my first milestone and just generally being super nice all the time. It’s nothing much, just a few beauty products I’ve gathered together that I thought you may like to try out and pamper yourself with. However, as time progresses I’m sure the prizes will become more exciting as I’m able to get a taste of what you readers prefer and I’m actually able to go out, buy these things and allow you to experience them in honour of gratitude!


Now speaking of the prizes, here’s the items you can win:

– L’Oreal Nude Magique BB Cream in Medium
– Rimmel Wake Me Up Foundation in the shade True Ivory
– Kate Moss Rimmel Matte Lipstick in Wine 107
– L’Oreal Paris Volume Million Lashes Glitter Top Coat Mascara
– Ted Baker Butterfly Wings Body Scrub 50ml
– The Body Shop Coconut Soap
– The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Hair Butter Sample
– Montagne Jeunesse Mint Choc Chip Face Mask
– Montagne Jeunesse Strawberry Souffle Face Mask

All you need to do is just enter with the mandatory options with Rafflecopter, which is following my bloglovin’ and my twitter and then the rest is up to you. The giveaway begins today (17th February 2014) and ends in a months time (17th March 2014) as soon as it hits midnight. The giveaway is open internationally. The winner will be picked at random and will be contacted straight away. If the winner doesn’t respond within 3 days, another person will be picked. Good luck and once again, thank you for being so kind!

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