Sunday, 30 March 2014

10 Minute Makeup by Boris Entrup


Hello Everyone!

Today we are looking at a new book coming out on 1st April 2014 from DK - 10 Minute Make-up by Boris Entrup.

10 Minute Makeup by Boris Entrup


Boris Entrup is a highly sought after makeup artist, Woking on fashion shows in London, Paris, New York and Germany for brands including Gucci, Vivienne Westwood and Allude.
Boris works on TV (such as Germany's Next Model) and has worked for fashion magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Elle, Instyle and Vogue, creating looks for Hollywood royalty such as Angelina Jolie and supermodel Naomi Campbell.
With this impressive CV it is fair to say he really knows his stuff which adds credential to this exciting book release.

"Make-up is wonderful because the transformation can be seen instantly, and the look you choose makes a very personal statement about you" - Boris Entrup

10 Minute Makeup contains 50 step by step looks, from the casual 'natural beauty' look, to catwalk looks, all easily recreated and flawless.
This book is filled with tips and tricks to help you achieve some of the most sought after looks (such as winged liner, the perfect red lip and how to rock very pink eyeshadow!), Boris also throws in some skincare tips, discusses brushes and tools and unveils foundation techniques tailored to your skin-tone (a new concept to me which made this a particularly interesting read in my opinion).

10 Minute Makeup by Boris Entrup

There is something in this book for everyone, whether you be a newcomer to the world of makeup or a bit of an obsessive (hello fellow beauty bloggers!) you will learn something which makes this a nice gift or just a valued addition to your own collection of beauty books.

10 Minute Makeup by Boris Entrup


All in all, I am loving this book and it will become a well reached for favourite in the future.
What do you think?
What are your favourite makeup books?

Toodles xxx

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Thursday, 27 March 2014

Preparing Your Feet For Spring/Summer 2014

Hello Everyone!

Today we are talking about feet. Feet feet feet! The bane of some of our lives, they can look a bit strange and they can cause you stress as you browse the summer sandals and peep toes that start flooding the shops this time of year, but one thing is for certain, they're there at the bottom of your legs so you may as well make the most of them!

You can start by treating them to a little pamper, so often are our feet neglected it is hardly surprising that come spring/summer they don't look catwalk worthy (a winter of hibernation in thick socks and boots will do that) but show them a little kindness and they will reward you by helping you carry off this coming season's trend looks.
A perfect way to begin is a nice foot cream such as this one from Lotil. Having previously tried and loved Lotil's Original Cream (read the review here) I was pretty excited to try this foot cream out, containing Rosemary extract (a natural anti-oxidant that softens and moisturises skin) and Aloe Vera (which soothes cry cracked skin and is also great for sunburn) this sounds like a winner to me.



The cream is a soufflé texture and smells sweet and delicious, I love the smell of aloe products. It sinks in really quickly but you can also apply a thicker covering before bed, pop some socks on and have lovely soft feet in the morning.
You can pick this tub up from independent pharmacies for £5.49.



Of course what is a foot pamper without painting your nails?
I have used these Bio Sculpture nail polishes which dry to a nice shiny finish, make sure to apply a top coat to your nail polish to keep it lasting as long as possible.
The colour of the year this year is radiant orchid - a bright pink with purple undertones, that could be a good place to start with getting your nails on trend, I used both a purple pink and a deep tangerine with golden undertones to create a colour blocking effect.
You can pick these polishes up from the Bio Sculpture website for £6.45 each. There are loads of unique colours to choose from.



All in all I'm really looking forward to some foot pampering in the next few weeks before I break out the sandals and pray for the sun.



So there we have it, how are you getting yourself ready for the upcoming spring/summer?
Toodles xxx




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Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Kate Spade Watch Dupe


Hello Everyone!

Today I am going to be showing you a little dupe I have found for a Kate Spade watch.
If you aren't familiar with Kate Spade she is an American designer and pretty expensive, I have been lusting over this watch for months:

Kate Spade Watch Dupe


The only problem is it is £195... Pretty expensive for a watch that might end up in the dishwasher or down the loo (I have a one year old baby, I'm not a maniac that throws my own belongings down the loo)
Still I've been lusting away wondering if I should save up and get it or if I should kiss goodbye to its beauty.... In the end, neither!

I was pottering around Sainsbury's today and I found this:

Kate Spade Watch Dupe


And it was only £12! Now I know it's not a 100% exact match but it's pretty damn close and for the difference of a gold face instead white face and the name Kate Spade missing, I think I can cope with that for a saving of £183.

What do you think?
Do you have the real Kate Spade watch?

You can get the real deal from Selfridges by clicking the link, or pop down to your local Sainsbury's and check out the watches there.

Toodles :) xxx
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Monday, 24 March 2014

I'm on YouTube!!


Hello Everyone!!

Well the time has come and I have made my first YouTube video, I couldn't resist! So go check it out and be kind :)
Here's a rather awkward screenshot.

Click here to watch me talking to myself :)

Hope you enjoy :) make sure you subscribe  too!

Toodles xxx


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Sunday, 23 March 2014

Sugarhill Boutique Birdie Dress


Hello Everyone!

Today I am showing you the most stunning dress from Sugarhill Boutique - a British fashion company situated in Brighton. They pride themselves on creating high quality, beautifully designed garments at high street prices. They incorporate exclusive hand drawn designs into their easy to wear, shape flattering pieces and the result is some seriously gorgeous additions to you wardrobe.



Sugarhill Boutique


This year is the year of the dress for me, after a large wardrobe overhaul I have began restocking my sad and lonely rails with many dresses, this one is my newest additions, and I have to say, it is one of my favourite items in my wardrobe.
When it turned up at my house I thought the way it was wrapped was really nice, in a bright cornflower blue package with the brand logo on the front, it was almost a shame to open it!

Sugarhill Boutique


Let's start with the design, the bird design is beautiful, I love how soft and feminine the look is with a nod to vintage yet presented in a modern way. The cut of the dress is a classic, fitted cut with a concealed size zip, the dress gives you a classic hourglass shape which makes me feel womanly and pretty.

Sugarhill Boutique

Sugarhill Boutique
The material is 100% polyester so needs to be washed on a cold wash, it has a pretty sweetheart neck style that gives it a classy and ladylike finish.
In my opinion this could be a casual day dress or a summer wedding dress depending on the accessories you pair it with which is rare in a dress as they are usually either obviously more day or occasion style, this means you could convince someone to buy it for you by explaining you will wear it for every occasion! (It's worth a try ladies).
The link to this dress is here, and I think this will sell out fast so if you want one, make sure you get it before it does!

Sugarhill Boutique


I hope you liked this review, have you bought anything from Sugarhill Boutique before?
Let me know what you think in the comments.
Toodles xxx

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Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Earthnicity Minerals Review


Hello Everyone!

Today I am reviewing some mineral makeup for you from Earthnicity Minerals - a UK based mineral makeup company that pride themselves on their usage of 100% pure minerals, no synthetic colourings, no fragrances, no preservatives, no alcohols and no oils. They also claim that their minerals are so gentle that you can sleep in them without breaking out... I still wouldn't recommend this but it is nice to know that these products are going to be gentle on the skin.
Earthnicity also have an understanding of different skintones and provide makeup ranging from the very light or fair skinned, up to very dark skintones without their colours appearing ashy or poorly matched.

Earthnicity Minerals Review


Being new to mineral makeup I was very interested to try a broad range of products, I was especially keen to try mineral concealer. In the end I was lucky enough to be sent a sample kit containing everything you need for a full face of makeup:

  • Mineral Foundation in the shade 'Natural Light'
  • Mineral Concealer in the shade 'Ivory'
  • Mineral Blush in the shade 'Sweet Pink'
  • Mineral Finishing Powder/Highlighter in the shade
  • 3x Mineral Eyeshadows in the shades 'Champagne', 'Gunmetal' and 'Tarnished'
Earthnicity Minerals Review


They also sent a Kabuki brush with the kit which came in very useful (and is lovely quality and as it is synthetic, it is very soft. You can pick one up here.)

So how did it perform?
Well I have heard that it is difficult to get mineral foundation 'wrong' you just swirl your brush into the product, tap off the excess and buff into your skin (starting from the outside of your face and moving inwards). You repeat this step until you have your desired coverage and you should be left with a natural looking base.
Using the rest of the products was easy, I buffed the concealer under my eyes with my Real Techniques Expert Face Brush and then applied the eyeshadows, blush and highlighter in the usual way - just being sure to tap off my brushes more than usual.
Here is the result: *Warning!! Bare faced pic coming up!*


Earthnicity Minerals Review


As you can see the result is very natural looking in comparison with using a full face of liquid foundation etc. The only makeup I am wearing in this picture that isn't from my Earthnicity Minerals kit is mascara.

Wear time was around 5-6 hours without a primer on my skin, the eyeshadows last around the 8 hour mark without a primer which is excellent for eyeshadows. Wear time is prolonged with the use of primers (both skin and eyeshadow primers) and I think the result is amazing, I looked like me but just better without it being obvious I was wearing makeup.

I wore all 3 eyeshadows at one, 'Champagne' all over the lid, 'Tarnished ' in the crease and 'Gunmetal' along the upper lash line for definition.

Earthnicity Minerals Review


Overall I am seriously impressed by this kit and I would love to try more from the range, they have some exciting looking eye colours, lipsticks and bronzers which are making their way onto my lust lists.

What are you opinions on mineral makeup?

Toodles xxx

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Sunday, 16 March 2014

New MAC Pre Filled Eye Palette in Warm Neutral Review


Hello Everyone!

Today we are talking about an exciting release from MAC, the pre-filled palettes!

Finally, a cosmetic company has listened to us, we spend years loving our 15 pan palettes but complaining about the massive price issues in filling one (especially with the likes of INGLOT offering us basically the same option at a fraction of the price) but there is something about MAC that keeps us coming back for more, even if they are overpriced compared to similar options on the market, because lets face it, those other palettes just aren't MAC!

New MAC Pre Filled Eye Palette in Warm Neutral Review


And then it happened, I saw an American beauty blogger showing off her palette, her pre-filled palette a fraction of the price of doing it yourself! I was like a fish on a hook being reeled in, praying that we would get it in the UK.

New MAC Pre Filled Eye Palette in Warm Neutral Review


We got it!
MAC released both the warm and cool neutral 15 pan palettes, the day they came out I ordered the warm palette, I was so excited. For £65 that makes these shadows around £4.33 each, whereas normally the empty palette alone is £24.50!
Talk about  a massive bargain!

New MAC Pre Filled Eye Palette in Warm Neutral Review


The shades in the warm neutral palette contain a mix of finishes, the shade list is as follows:
Hey: (Veluxe Pearl) A shimmery pink champagne colour.
Warm Breeze: (Satin) A very pale, barely there, pink.
Gingersnap: (Frost) A very pinky orange, verging on rose gold.
Dark Brew: (Velvet) A coffee bean brown.
Dance in the Dark: (Matte) A deep, blackened chocolate.
Brule: (Satin) a creamy nude cream
Vanilla Extract: (Frost) A shimmery, nude cream.
Honey Lust: (Lustre) A copper orange with gold shimmers.
Amber Lights: (Frost) A very peachy shimmery shade.
Saddle: (Matte) A gingerbread brown.
Lemon Tart: (Veluxe Pearl) A frosty and very pale yellow.
Creative Copper: (Lustre) A sunset orangey brown with gold shimmer
Butterfudge: (Satin) Gold brown with Gold shimmers and can look peachy coloured in some lights.
Divine Decadence: (Velvet) A reddy brown.
Unwind: (Veluxe Pearl) An olive and gold hybrid.


And now for the swatches:

New MAC Pre Filled Eye Palette in Warm Neutral Review

New MAC Pre Filled Eye Palette in Warm Neutral Review

New MAC Pre Filled Eye Palette in Warm Neutral Review


The Sparkles 5:


New MAC Pre Filled Eye Palette in Warm Neutral Review


This palette has got one of the highest scores on the sparkles 5 ever, 23/25! Read on for greater detail.

Wear Time: As is expected with MAC eyeshadows, worn with a primer, these shades will last you all day, that for me is around 9 hours.
Formula: MAC are well known for their excellent formula, that being said, I don't really like the formula of Veluxe Pearl shadows, they tend to be a bit hit and miss for me so this is why it dropped a point here.
Pigmentation: Again, MAC generally deliver highly pigmented eyeshadows and this palette is no exception, however, one or two shades are a tad milky for my opinion and so it dropped its second point here.
Packaging: I love MAC packaging, it is sleek, distinctive and consistent. 5/5 here.
Lust Factor: I think it is safe to say that this is a highly lusted after product for me, the price, the much wanted 15 palette and the actual shades give this a good solid 5/5!

So there we have it, what do you think? Are these value for money or does it take the fun out of collecting and sorting a palette yourself?
I'd love to see MAC release more of these in various, more daring colours myself, maybe some purples or greens.

Toodles xxx

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Thursday, 13 March 2014

Kardashian Beauty Review - Kourtney Kardazzle Palette


Hello Everyone!

Today's review is something I never thought I would see myself doing, a celebrity beauty product. I don't know why but I always think of celebrity beauty products as being for the young teens, poor quality and just cashing in on their influence through their celebrity name...
So is it time for me to eat humble pie after I tried this Kardashian Beauty palette?

Kardashian Beauty Review - Kourtney Kardazzle Palette

Kardashian Beauty Review - Kourtney Kardazzle Palette


The Kardashian sisters each have a face and eye palette available on Feel Unique for £14.95 (although I did get mine during the January sales so mine cost less than that and was the reason I decided to try it)
The palette itself is quite dinky, around the size of an iphone 5 screen when all folded up (although obviously a lot deeper than an iphone). The lid opens up to reveal 8 shimmery shadows.
Under the shadows is a pull out drawer that contains the cheek products, 2 blushes and a highlighter.

Kardashian Beauty Review - Kourtney Kardazzle Palette


But how do they perform?

All the shadows are very shimmery. I personally love a bit of shimmer so that doesn't bother me, however if you are looking for subtle this might not be the palette for you. Pigmentation is hit and miss, some of the shades take a bit of building to get a good payoff.
There is a bit of fall out on the darker shades so make sure you tap off your brush!
The blush shades are lovely and long wearing too, the colours really brighten up the complexion and I have been loving using them. The highlighter however is not for me, it is very purple and on my pale skin that doesn't look good, I look a bit... Dying.... But as an eye colour it is pretty so all is not lost.
Kardashian Beauty Review - Kourtney Kardazzle Palette
Top row - left
Bottom row - right

Kardashian Beauty Review - Kourtney Kardazzle Palette
Blush and highlighter swatch.


The Sparkles 5:


Kardashian Beauty Review - Kourtney Kardazzle Palette


The Kourtney Kardazzle palette scored 15/25 on the sparkles scale which isn't too bad but it's not the best scoring

Wear Time: Wear time with a primer is good, a good 8 hours on the shadows and similar with the blush, however, without a primer, the shades fade within 4 hours which isn't the best. However the staying power of the blush impressed me, and the fact that with a primer these last all day so I gave this a 4/5.
Formula: I found the formula to be pretty good for the blushers but the shadows need some improvement on the pigmentation front, this is why I awarded it an average 3/5.
Pigmentation: I'm sure you know where I stand with this now so I'll cut to the chase, 2.5/5.
Packaging: I can see where they were going with this, it is compact, same size as your debit card so in theory this is a 'throw in your handbag eyes and face saviour' yes it could be, but it also seems to require ninja powers to get in, I broke a nail trying to get into the shadows... 3/5.
Lust Factor: 2.5 out of 5 may seem harsh as I actually do like this palette, however I do own better palettes... If the shadows were more pigmented I would have rated this palette high but as it stands, I'd lust elsewhere.

So overall I do like this palette and I'm glad I own it but I'm also glad I didn't buy it at full price. I would get the other palettes but only if I found them at a reduced price.
What do you think? Have you tried any kardashian beauty?
Toodles xxx
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Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Majique Jewellery Review - Part 4


Hello Everyone!

Today I am showing you another beautiful bangle from Majique Jewellery.

Majique Jewellery Review


Rose gold has really been having a moment and we are seeing it everywhere, from jewellery to clothing, to make up and it's packaging, shoes, handbags and mobile phone cases it is fair to say rose gold is taking over, and that is fine and dandy by me, I love rose gold, no seriously I go wild for the stuff, add to that the sparkle detailing (you don't get a blog name like 'Sparkles of Light' without being a bit of a sparkle magpie) and you have yourself a winner in my eyes.

Majique Jewellery Review


This gorgeous bangle is probably more intended for evening wear, however, I like to rock it during the day to add a bit of glam to an everyday outfit. The sunlight (when we see it!?) catches the sparkles beautifully, drawing the eyes to your wrist which I love, sometimes I don't want to be subtle.

Majique Jewellery Review


The clasp fastening means I can have this tight against my wrist so it doesn't slide and end up with the detailing the wrong way round, the joint in the bangle also helps this stay in place without that annoying slip sliding effect I normally suffer with embellished accessories (curses to my skinny wrists!)

Majique Jewellery Review


You can pick up this pretty piece by clicking here for £17. They also have it in yellow gold if the rose gold look isn't for you.

Majique Jewellery Review


What is your opinion of rose gold? Do you think it has been overdone or do you think it's here to stay?
Toodles xxx

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Sunday, 9 March 2014

Etude House 'Lovely Cookie' Blush in 'Grapefruit Jelly' Review


Hello Everyone!

Today's review is of a Korean beauty product from a brand called 'Etude House'.
Being an Asian beauty product that is unavailable in the UK, I had never heard of this brand before, that was until I saw a couple of blog posts featuring the brand and I was taken in by the cute packaging and the general appeal of 'not in the UK'. Cue some eBay stalking, online colour swatch browsing and finally 'Grapefruit Jelly' was mine.

Etude House 'Lovely Cookie' Blush in 'Grapefruit Jelly' Review


However, after all that research it was inevitable I would stumble across the company website and Etude House have a somewhat... Interesting take on the female population... This is what they say on their website:
"Etude is a cosmetics brand that believes makeup should be playful and not routine. So our products are created to reflect four basic concepts: high quality, affordability, lovely design and a diverse colour range. Etude loves to promote fun make-up play for all girls around the world to be sweet."

Hmmm they almost had me there, until that last part... All girls around the world to be sweet? Little bit patronising? Well just wait... There's more.

Etude House 'Lovely Cookie' Blush in 'Grapefruit Jelly' Review


Oh Etude House. Where do I even begin with what is wrong with this? I think I will just leave it out there for us to marvel at it in its sexist, patronising and demeaning glory and then (somewhat playing up to the gender stereotype) let's talk blusher!

Etude House 'Lovely Cookie' Blush in 'Grapefruit Jelly' Review


The packaging is indeed a 'lovely design' as they intended. Inside the little pod shaped box there is a makeup puff adorned with a pretty little pink bow (Oooh I'm feeling sweeter already). Under the puff lies the powder.

Etude House 'Lovely Cookie' Blush in 'Grapefruit Jelly' Review


The powder is very finely milled and feels so soft to the touch. I picked the colour 'Grapefruit Jelly' as it was an unusual baby coral-pink shade that I didn't already have in my collection.
I was worried that with the powder being such a light shade it wouldn't suit me but I think it looks pretty applied.
Pigmentation is around average and it is buildable which I like in a blusher, I'm not overly fond of blush with massive pigmentation as it is so easy to go wrong with it - one over enthusiastic brush stroke and  your cheeks look like an episode of art attack.

Etude House 'Lovely Cookie' Blush in 'Grapefruit Jelly' Review


Although swatched out on my arm the colour appears washed out and milky, it warms up the complexion when applied to the face (cue the shameful selfie). It is not the longest wearing blush but it certainly isn't one of the quickest to wear off either, I got a good 5 hours before fading which I have found to be around the average mark.

Etude House 'Lovely Cookie' Blush in 'Grapefruit Jelly' Review


The Sparkles 5:


Etude House 'Lovely Cookie' Blush in 'Grapefruit Jelly' Review


Wear Time: Wear Time scored a 3.5 out of 5 as although this isn't a longwear blush, it isn't an instant fader either, it falls nicely into the 'average' category and wears evenly when it does fade.
Formula: This scores 5/5 as it is so smooth, evenly pigmented and blends out well. It looks quite natural when applied to the cheeks (which surprised me) and is overall just a really nice powder.
Pigmentation: I gave 3/5 here but although it isn't super pigmented, I feel like it has the right amount of colour to look natural and to be buildable so I liked the amount of colour payoff here.
Packaging: Packaging here gets a 4.5, I love the cute girly look to this product and it is different to my other blushes in my collection, however it dropped half a mark due to the fact that it is very 'girly' and although in my house I revel in the prettiness, I wouldn't use this on a train for example as being a 'grown woman' I feel the packaging of something like YSL would be more age appropriate and chic. However, at home... Yes please.
Lust Factor: Now I already mentioned the internet stalking that went into getting the right colour and finding the item from a seller with good feedback on eBay etc etc, so it  is pretty apparent that I lusted after this product, so why only 2/5? Well this is simply due to the sexist and patronising advertising of the company, the product is cute but I'm not sure every girl wants to be a sickly sweet princess who loves everyone... So a couple of points were lost here.

Overall this product scored a not too shabby 18/25.
What are your opinions? Do you own anything from this brand ? What do you think of the marketing?
Toodles xxx


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Thursday, 6 March 2014

Small Skincare Empties

Hello Everyone!

Bit of a different post today, a couple of skincare empties.
Normally I chop and change the items I use and I have a day cream and a night cream, day cleanser and night cleanser but lately I have been wanting to cut down on my product use and stick to one simple routine.
Enter my 3 piece routine.



Now this doesn't include makeup removal, I use a combination of Bioderma or L'oreal Cleansing Oil for that job, this is solely my skincare daily.

First up we have two items from Therapi. A natural skincare company that use honey combined with other botanical essences to make their organic products so amazing.
Why Honey? Well honey is actually one of the oldest ingredients that has been found in natural cosmetics, this is because honey contains I high level of nutrients and anti-oxidants and works well as a natural moisturiser and skin conditioner. Another interesting fact is that honey used to be widely used as currency years back and was a common trade item due to its many uses.



I bought the moisturiser and cleanser for my skin type, (normal if you're wondering).
The cleanser is a gel formula that you use by rubbing into a lather on a wet face. It contains honey and yucca extract (yucca is apparently pore reducing, contains a natural SPF and is anti aging) along with orange blossom and lavender extract.
The moisturiser from the same range is a lovely thick cream that sinks in so quickly you can use is both as day and night cream, most thick creams take a while to sink in or cause greasiness if you use them during the day but not this one, containing honey, calendula (a multi use flower with properties such as inflammation reduction, soothing irritation and acne reduction) and buckthorn oil (another reported anti ager and skin calmer).
These are a lovely step towards green beauty if you are wanting to start cutting down on the chemicals you use on your face.
I bought both from Naturisimo, a lovely website for all your green beauty needs (with some fantastic free gifts when you spend set around online, make sure to check out the 'Offers' section when you look at the website.

The final part of my trio is this amazing Face The World Serum. I have already written a review of this product here if you want to read more into it, but for a quick recap, I won this serum in a twitter competition and have been loving it ever since, my skin looks so much better and feels so smooth. I am so pleased I found this as I would say it is a holy grail product.



I do plan on repurchasing all of these items but due to recent unfortunate events I am now on a firm shopping ban (nooooo) so I think my skin will be crying as much as I am. Unless anyone wishes to buy me a new car? Anyone? Anyone at all? No? Didn't think so :(

Have you tried any of these? What did you think?
Toodles xxx
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Tuesday, 4 March 2014

Accessories Week - Majique Jewellery Part 3


Hello Everyone!

Today I am finishing up accessories week with a 3rd piece from Majique Jewellery that I was sent for review.
Another statement piece in a bright yellow colour, I love yellow... I own a few yellow bags, tops, jumpers etc so I was quite taken by the colour of this from the start.



At first it looks like a stacked set of bangles but when you open the clasp, it folds out into one long line and ends up looking like a necklace.
This to me was a bit strange as I've not had a bracelet that folds out before. Personally I would have preferred it to have been set as a bracelet but it will be handy for size adjusting for different size wrists as you can wrap it around more or less depending on your particular preferences.




The bracelet has a little bit of gold detailing (in chain links and a gold coin on the clasp link) and a general boho feel, it is a very summery accessory and would go well stacked with contrasting colour bangles and a few pretty rings.



You can pick up this wrap around bracelet for £8 from the Majique Jewellery Website by clicking the link.



What do you think of this little item? Do you go boho in summer?
Toodles xxx

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