Thursday, 31 July 2014

OOTD: Coral Maxi Skirt and Blue Hues

Top and Bag: H&M
Skirt and Shoes: Forever 21

I did promise to add more colour to my monochrome wardrobe! Coral has to be my favourite summertime shade. It's bright, warm and reminds me of warm summer days with a BBQ and glass of Pimms. I never thought I'd be a maxi-skirt gal, but they've been slowly growing on me this year. 

This particular style is quite thick, so perfect for cooler evenings, but the only downside is how bloomin' difficult it is to walk in!! Other skirts I have include slits (in a totally non-revealing way!) which makes it easier to walk in. But the colour, quality and frankly ridiculously low price makes up for my forced little midget steps. On reflection, this outfit could have been made more interesting with a statement necklace (Perhaps my other Forever 21 coral necklace) but it was a quick change and minimalistic is what I'm voting for these days!

What's your favourite summer shade? Love or hate maxi skirts?

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon xx

Wednesday, 30 July 2014

First MAC lipstick: Patisserie

My first ever MAC lipstick! I'll hold my hands up and say I'm not a massive lipstick fan, I'd much prefer doing a smokey eye with a nude lip than go anywhere near a red or purple lipstick! Most of the lipsticks/crayons that I own are 'my-shade-but-better' types, so they're pretty versatile and easy to wear.

I own other MAC products (concealers, foundation, mascara, blushers and their amazing eyebrow pencil) but never took the plunge into lipsticks. Whilst walking down Oxford Street on my birthday last week, I popped into the extremely quiet Selfridges and headed for MAC. The lovely staff helped me try out various shades and finishes, but I voted for the popular Patisserie in the Lustre finish. 

So far, it's a beautiful shade and I love wearing it. It's very moisturising and you can build up the colour very easily. The pinky-purple shade matches my lips almost perfectly and doesn't pick up on any dry patches, which is a bonus for me! I'll probably add a picture on my Instagram today of me actually wearing it, so you can get a better idea of what it looks like!

What's your favourite MAC lipstick? Anything I should try out?

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon xx

Tuesday, 29 July 2014

OOTD: A Very Monochrome White V-Neck and Spotty Skirt

Top: Hollister
Skirt: New Look
Bag: H&M
Shoes: Converse

Sometimes the simplest outfits can be your favourites. Recently, I've been non-stop wearing white v-neck t-shirts, I have no idea why, maybe because it's a nice shape?! The quality from Hollister is surprisingly good, and I have a few different colours and styles from them. Although I think I've found my all-time favourite in a Forever 21 basic - just so soft! 

I've been seriously loving monochrome outfits at the moment. They're so chic and require hardly any effort (my perfect combination!) This skater skirt is ideal for hot summer days, as it's so light and airy and paired with my ever trusty but slightly dirty Converse, then you've got a winning outfit. Almost. All Converse need a bit of grubbying up, just because it's always so obvious when someone has got a new pair as they're extremely white and avoiding all the puddles! 

I'm out for dinner tonight (joys of having no kitchen for a month), so I'll try and inject some colour into my outfit! It is summer after all...

What do you think of this outfit? Any summer trends you've been loving?

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon xx

Monday, 28 July 2014

Magazine 'Freebies' with InStyle

Gifts in magazines can be a very dangerous thing to me. When I was a kid it was collecting all the cards or trying out all the mini pastel nail polishes and beauty products that just added to the overall magazine experience. Nowadays almost every publication offers something at least once or twice a month to keep interest going.

I myself are a sucker for anything that adds to the value of the magazine! Glamour gives great 'freebies' throughout the year, as do Company. Glamour's Clinque products were a particular hit for their August issue! But what attracted me to InStyle August issue was the mini Neals Yard Geranium and Orange hand cream - worth so much more than the actual magazine itself. So far it's a lovely purchase, long-lasting and moisturising with the perfect balance of zing and floral scents. 

Magazines that offer something a little extra are guaranteed sales, it's the attraction of getting something more for your buck. I love the fact that publications have caught on to this and add high-end products each month, alongside great editorial and writing. 

What do you think about magazine 'freebies'? Are you a sucker for them too?

Rhiannon xx

Sunday, 27 July 2014

Quote: Once She Stopped Rushing Through Life

Scrolling through the 'Quote' section of Pinterest has become a daily habit for me. Whether it's just a way of perking myself up on a Monday morning or calming my nerves down with, 'you can do it!', type images, Pinterest can keep me entertained for hours. 

I particularly like this one because it's quite relevant to what's currently happening in my life right now. Since I got back from holiday a few weeks ago (feels like a lifetime ago!) it's all been full steam ahead with barely any pit stops and catch ups with people. Finishing college, new job, saying goodbye to old employers and friends and basically reconstructing my life. I see it as reconstructing because I'm not changing the bases, which are my family and friends who all keep me so grounded and make me feel like Rhiannon again, but changes in direction and fulfillment.

Most noticeably, I've hardly had any time to put all of my efforts into this blog. I've had a spare hour or two, where I've set aside writing posts and general social media interaction, but I hope to fit in more! It's true that it takes a lot of time, however, the results are more than worth it. 

In light of the above quote, taking a little break here and there to take part in the things I enjoy will be beneficial in the long run. I'll still be blogging, perhaps not on a regular basis, but there's still ideas to put into posts - so I'll be sticking around for a little while longer!

Thanks for reading and for all the comments and follows, it means so much to me, you'll never know how much!

Rhiannon xx

Saturday, 26 July 2014

Top Five Favourite Books

Books have become one of my guilty pleasures. Alongside music and films, all these hobbies have an escapism that is what attracts me. It's a known fact that I can't get enough of reading, whether it be books, magazines, newspapers or blogs, there's always something to read and imagine. Although these may be my top five books for the moment, by next year it could totally change, but these are the books I keep coming back to!

I have my GSCE and A-Level English Lit teacher to thank for this. We read the book as a class and I just got hooked. I'll admit that I've only read this book by Charles Dickens and small extracts from his other novels, but I fell in love with the way he writes. I'd describe it as Old-ish English (in comparison to the rest of the top five!) but still easy to understand. It's a book that teaches you life skills, about being kind, patient and knowing that you have 'Great Expectations' ahead of you. Full review here.

This one might be a slight cheat, as I love all of Lindsey Kelk's books! New York has to be one of my favourite cities in the world, along with London and Paris, and this book does nothing but enhance that love! The main character, Angela, is basically what I want to be. Live in New York, co-create and become Editor of a women's fashion magazine with amazing friends and family. It's a definite chic-lit book and hilariously funny throughout. Thoroughly recommend this!

A quite new favourite book, but you've got to believe in the hype. I think I finished this book in just under a week, it is that captivating. It gets you crying, laughing and smiling throughout the whole read, but it's one of those annoying ones that you want to find out what happens afterwards! It's a classic romance with a heartwarming and poignant plot. Read my full review here.

Another book to thank my GCSE and A-Level English Lit teacher for! Again, we had to read this as homework - which is harder than you think, as I like to take my time with books! I'm yet to read Pride & Prejudice and Emma (they're on my to-read lists!) but I do love the romance between Anne and Captain Wentworth. It opens your eyes to another class and era that history books just can't teach. It's one of those books that it's glaringly obvious that they'll get together in the end, but frustrating at all the missed opportunities beforehand!

A slight change of literacy direction from the last book... but it's got to be said that To Kill A Mockingbird is a classic. Throughout my History studies we learnt about the Deep South of 1900s America, which was one of my favourite topics. Harper Lee explores the attitudes of adults to race and class in the 1930s through the eyes of two children, which is a refreshing change from the norm. It's a difficult novel to explain, because there's various sub-plots, but it's truly amazing! Read about my favourite quote here!

No top five favourite books could be without The Fault In Our Stars by John Green. The hype has all been true and so much more. I've read it too many times to count, and each time there's something else I've missed or forgotten about. It's a coming-of-age book which doesn't hold back on the realities of living and dying with cancer. I'd describe it as a modern love story with just a touch of cancer (TFIOS readers will know what I'm taking about!) I'm planning to do a 'Book vs Film' post on this soon as the film was as equally AMAZING! Full book review here.

Let me know what you think of these books and what's your top five favourites - I'd love some new reads!
Rhiannon xx

Friday, 25 July 2014

My Fitness Ethos #3 Music Motivation

Some people love working out to music and others find it a distraction, I'm firmly in the first camp! In general terms, I can't live without my iPod and music. Even the five minute journey to work isn't the same without the radio or a classic 2000s CD on! And when I'm running, there's nothing better than having a good and motivational playlist to get me going.

With my workout gear, I have a little zip pocket on the back of my leggings which fits my phone, key and much-needed iPod. I don't technically have a 'running playlist' but I do go through my Top 25, because they're obviously songs I like listening to, as well as listening whatever new music I'd recently uploaded. I also do have a few fail-safe albums that I go through when running:

So Long, See You Tomorrow by Bombay Bicycle Club
Opposites by Biffy Clyro
Midnight Memories by One Direction (Saying it loud and proud!)
Ghost Stories by Coldplay
X by Ed Sheeran
Riot by Paramore

There's so many more, but it'll be a very long post to list them all! Anything that's up beat with a rocky-ish edge will always be in my good books. At the moment, I've only got a little bit of space left on my iPod, but any music suggestions, for exercise or not, let me know in the comments!

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon xx

Thursday, 24 July 2014

OOTD: White Blazer and Blue Jumper. Plus an Update!

Blazer: ASOS
Jumper and Jeans: H&M
Shoes New Look

My blog has been feeling slightly neglected over the past few days - totally unintentional, of course. Since last week I've celebrated my 19th birthday (Oh how old!), had a job interview, had a job offer, spent my last day at my internship and eaten far too much cake and cheesecake. And not necessarily in that order. 

I might put up a 'Birthday Haul' type post, but it's by no means me bragging! I actually spent the day by myself, at my interview and shopping along Oxford Street, which wasn't all that bad! Then I travelled back up to London the day after for a second interview and got a job offer! The job role is E-commerce Marketing Assistant, which sounds pretty fancy, but it's promoting beauty brands online, helping out with copywriting etc. for a company in Soho. I start on the 4th August, so fingers crossed everyone! My last day at my internship was a sad one, I've been there since October, so it was sad to part ways. From today onwards I'll be carrying on at my part time job and just relaxing before I start work in the real world!

This outfit I wore last week just to pop into town, although people may think that wearing a blazer is a bit too fancy! I adore this blazer so much I'm literally never away from it. I can't wait to wear it again this weekend for a belated birthday celebration with my gingham leggings. Ripped jeans and blazers just go so well together, as do brogues, which mixes up the whole smart/casual look. 

Phew - that was a BIG post! Just goes to show how quickly things can change over a matter of days. Blogging schedule will resume again, probably until I start my new job, then it might just be a case of me finding the time! It's all looking up now!

Thanks for reading (if you made it this far...) and I hope you're all having a great week!

Rhiannon xxx

P.S Just look at the celebration cheesecakes my sister and her boyfriend I posted on Instagram:

I'm going to be so chubbs by the time I get through all these....

Friday, 18 July 2014

OOTD: Gingham Leggings and Lilac

Gingham Leggings and Lilac OOTD

Gingham Leggings and Lilac OOTD

Gingham Leggings and Lilac OOTD

Gingham Leggings and Lilac OOTD

Jacket: Primark
Top and Bag: H&M
Leggings: Topshop
Shoes: Forever 21

If you had asked me a year ago if I'd be wearing a pair of gingham print leggings, I'd be laughing at you! I think it's definitely been the Brighton effect - it's such a cultural city, that's so vibrant that if I'd worn a gingham onesie, no one would've blinked an eye. I've found that wearing these leggings are probably the easiest thing ever. Just throw on a plain t-shirt, anything with pattern will just clash badly, and a pair of trainers or sandals and you're good to go!You may have noticed a small white patch on the left leg, unfortunately that's a print mistake and I'd taken the tags off before I noticed :(

  I've had these shoes for a long time, but they've survived quite a lot and I'm not sure how I'm going to replace them! My mini duffle bag has also been a great long-wearing piece. It can fit all your essentials plus a water bottle and can adjust to fit on your shoulder or across the body, which is always a bonus. 

Luckily, work gave me a few office bits to do today, so I've been inside and escaped the humid heat! How crazy was last night's thunder storm?! I was just watching it from my bed, thinking how beautiful it all was. Very weird British weather!

Rhiannon xx

Thursday, 17 July 2014

My Fitness Ethos #2 Seven Minute App Cheat

I did a post a while back on My Fitness Ethos and thought I'd follow it up!

Sometimes I can go weeks of running four or more times a week and eating pretty good (I say that, because a few chocolate digestives here and there probably aren't the 'healthiest'!) But then something will set me back, like getting ill or having a massive work overload, and I'll stop running and exercising for a few weeks. It takes motivation and dedication. I'll admit that I'm not one for early morning runs, I much prefer the cool of the evenings and when I feel like I'm about to fall asleep at 6:30pm! But when I'm not running, I use an app called 7 Minute Workout:

As the name suggests, it's a seven minute long workout which gets you working basically everywhere! You can either chose to do the warm-up or not (adds an extra two minutes onto your time, so I miss it!) then it proceeds to the main section of the workout. There's a variety of exercises, from sit-ups and push-ups to step-ups and jumping jacks, which all last about a minute or so with about four seconds break in between. It might sound like a lot, but you can pause between exercises to take a breather - I usually do!

I'm yet to try out the 'Smart Workout' but the seven minute one suits me just fine. I actually manage to squeeze this in before I go to work, as it requires minimal effort of getting ready! I sometimes add a few burpees onto the end, just because they're my favourite form of circuit training as such. Overall results have been quite pleasing so far, coupled with my 40 minute runs a few times a week, there's been a real difference. Needless to say I'll be carrying on with my fitness cheat for a while yet!

Have you guys used this app before? What's your fitness tips? Let me know in the comments!

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon xxx

Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Review: Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier

Book Review Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier

I mentioned in my Instagram post last Sunday that I'd nearly finish this book, but I really didn't want it to end! It had been on my book shelf for a while, after my brilliant A-Level English Lit teacher recommended it to me. 

It's one of those 'classics' that readers have rated as a must read for any English literature lover, and now I can see why. It doesn't actually specify anywhere when it was set, but I'm guessing around 1938, when it was published (and, according to Google, it has never gone out of print since). The book begins in the form of a flashback - which was a little confusing for simple minds like me, but it all came together once you're past the first few chapters. 

In short, it's about a young woman (again, you never actually know her name) who meets a handsome and older Maxim de Winter, who proposes to her in a matter of days of meeting. It's described as a whirlwind romance, but once the honeymoon is over and they return to Manderley, she realises what she's married into. Maxim's dead wife, Rebecca, haunts the couple and is a constant reminder in the house. Then a ship runs aground and divers find a woman's body nearby...

From there on the story held me captive. I didn't expect that twist and the events that were to come, but once you discover the truth it all falls into place. The heroine, who is only referred to as Mrs de Winter, did slightly irritate me. Mainly because of her dependence on her husband and everyone else, and that once finding out the truth she just fixates on the fact that her husband loves her and totally misses the immorality that is screaming out at her. I think it's the independent and girl-power coming out in me! One thing I will praise is the attention to detail in the book. I love long descriptions full of metaphors and similies, as it can really immerse you into the book. 

Overall, I would put it in my top ten, not my top five (post on that coming soon!), but it is a classic book that I would pick up again. You don't see what's coming and the twists and descriptions are what I enjoyed the most. 

Have you guys read this book before? What's one of your favourite classics?

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon xx

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

From Designer to CEO: Christopher Bailey

There was an uproar in the fashion world last week. It even made national news.

Shareholders at Burberry, one of Britain’s most established fashion brands, caused a wave of disagreeing twitters when creative director, Christopher Bailey, took over as CEO last week. The centre argument is Bailey’s lack of CEO experience, but surely his Burberry knowledge and experience is more than satisfactory?

Designer Bailey came to the attention of Burberry in 2000 and has since made a lasting impression in the revitalisation of the brand. But his take over as boss of Burberry has caused a split in opinions amongst the industry.

Burberry’s previous head, Angela Ahrenhets announced her move from the £6bn fashion company to Apple last year, leaving her top seat empty. The simple move from Chief Creative Designer to CEO for Bailey was approved by Burberry’s chairman, Sir John Pearce. 

One question I ask, why all the fuss?

Bailey knows the brand from the stitching to the fashion week events, he’s earned his stripes from humble designer to the prestigious Chief Creative Designer.  I say, surely anyone with such in depth knowledge of the brand is the ideal, and if not the candidate.

The sticking point is with the shareholders. Investors were furious to find out that nearly £20m worth of free shares have been given to Bailey over the past few years, without significant reason. Further to this, his pay packet has been heavily criticised for running too high alongside his substantial share value.

Despite this, Bailey’s been praised by the fashion heavies, in both Burberry and further afield, for his leadership and creative talents. His dedication and unwavering love for the brand is obvious, from his designs to the detailed planning of campaigns.  If his previous  work is anything to go by, Burberry is sure to be in safe hands. 

What's your opinion on this? Do you think Bailey will make a good CEO? Let me know in the comments!
Thanks for reading!

Rhiannon xx

Monday, 14 July 2014

My Rhodes Holiday OOTD's

First off, let me apologise for the strange photo sizing. Turns out I can't seem to crop properly! But I hope the mis-match patchwork effect came off....!

Look One: Top: Topshop   Skirt: New Look   Shoes: Forever 21   Bag: Primark
I chose to wear the first outfit on our first evening out along the beach to watch the sunset. The skirt isn't the most practical - in the sense that it continuously shifts up and it slightly too thick for the hot Greek evenings. But I do love a high-waisted skirt and cropped top combo. The aztec has long been a favourite over the past few years and I would be sad to see it go! I prefer monochrome aztec prints, just because they're much more versatile and easier to style. 

Look Two:  Playsuit: New Look  Shoes: Accessorize
The second look was for when we went souvenir shopping, so didn't fancy wearing a full-on bikini and shorts outfit. Playsuits are one of my favourite things to wear, right behind dresses and ripped denim! They require the least amount of fuss, although there have been many a time when I've needed help getting out! Spots, again, are another favourite print and this cut suits my boy-ish shape just right. It flicks out from the waist and creates the illusion of curves - the perfect playsuit!

Look Three:   Top: New Look   Shorts: H&M    Shoes: Forever 21
I wore the third outfit during the afternoon and evening in Rhodes Town, which was still about 32 degrees plus! The top has got a slight silk sheen and leopard print too, which I just love. Items which have a slight texture or pattern to them are my favourites, as I prefer to wear plain clothes with a subtle texture rather than loud and bold prints. Add my trusty high waisted shorts, which I thank God I did as it was so windy along the harbour. I don't think I'll ever let go of these shorts - they're the perfect highwaisted height and are great quality so I know they'll last me for a long time!

Look Four:   Top: Topshop   Shorts: Miss Selfridge  Bag: New Look   Sandals: Forever 21
The final outfit is probably my favourite from the whole trip. Crop tops and pastels are such big trends at the moment and I adore both of these pieces. The Topshop crop is so soft and light that it's perfect for summer days (and actually suits my shorts really well!) I've harped on enough about these shorts in the  post but I think it's a definite match made in heaven!

So that's all my main holiday OOTD's! This post suddenly turned into quite a long one but sometimes it's nice to discuss and analyse your own outfits, plus my current OOTD's aren't exactly blog-worthy. Unless you call a Breton top and jeans creative!

Hope you liked this post and thanks for reading!
Rhiannon xx

Sunday, 13 July 2014

Instagram: Glamour, Greece and Greek Food

This week's Instagram post is a little bit of a cheat. They haven't all been posted on my account! It's just a few pictures from my holiday and this week that I'd forgotten about! If you wanna follow my weekly musings, my Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest accounts get updated daily :)

On our first night we took a stroll across the beach and watched the sunset (how sophisticated!) It was a bit of a pain being half stones and half sand, but we didn't bring back half the beach with us, so I guess that's a bonus?! Even so it was very beautiful!

If you saw my last Rhodes Holiday post, you'll have seen me harp on about how blue and beautiful the seas are in Greece. But I still don't think my photos are doing it justice! This view is from the top of the Temple of Athena in Lindos, which is the highest point for that town. The views were literally incredible. We managed to get there before midday, so it wasn't too hot, but I'll tell you, the walk down is not for the faint hearted...

This book is A.M.A.Z.I.N.G. I usually take 'challenging' books with me on holiday, just because I can give it more of my attention. At home I'll be reading the familiar lull of chick-lit, so this book has been a refreshing change. Expect a review soon: I've nearly got to the end and it's got a brilliant twist!

When in Rome....It would be rude not to have a Greek salad or two whilst in Greece. But, man, do they have massive portions! They pretty much fill me up for the day and all for five euros, although the onion breath is much less desired. Tons of cucumber, feta and olives always gets the thumbs up from me!

When I came home from Greece (about 2:05am last Wednesday, to be precise) I had my monthly Glamour waiting for me! Glamour is my favourite magazine, it just has so much in it and there's always something I can relate to. It came with a mini Clinque Chubby Stick in Woopin' Watermelon, which I already love and adore. It's got just enough coverage but not too much that you'd need to keep reapplying throughout the day.

Another week gone, and soon it'll be the end of July! I'll be keeping up blog posts throughout this week, so keep your eyes peeled :)

Thanks for reading and I hope you all have a lovely week!
Rhiannon xx

Friday, 11 July 2014

My Travelling and Plane Essentials

My Plane and Travelling Essentials

Travelling and I have a love-hate relationship, sometimes I can sleep through the whole thing but other times I get really nervous and anxious, which in turn makes me feel ill. Therefore, my hand luggage becomes my savior! I usually take similar items with me when I'm travelling in the UK via car, train etc. but swap in a few bits depending on where I'm going.

My Plane and Travelling Essentials

People find it weird that I take a scarf with me on the holiday, whether it be a hot or cold trip, you can guarantee you'll find a scarf on me! Flights can get really cold, so I use my scarf as a blanket or pillow for sleeping. It's also great for covering up my shoulders to prevent them from being burnt! A little snack or bar is an essential in case I get the munchies! A book or magazine is much needed to keep me busy, as it can keep me entertained for hours and I've been known to complete a book from start to finish on long haul flights!

My Plane and Travelling Essentials

Most of these are self-explanatory, but tissues, hand sanitizer and lip balm will forever be my bag essentials. I always take a mini face moisturizer and wipes so I can give my face a quick boost during the flight, flights dehydrate my skin like no other! My music is almost like a third arm, can't live without it! I've nearly filled up this one and the other day I left it behind at home, felt like a lost puppy dog with nothing to listen to!

My Plane and Travelling Essentials

There's always a ton of paper work when travelling - insurance, hotel bookings, flight details, so I carry around a little A5 folder just to keep it all neat. So organised! Passport, again, is essential. I got my cover from Primark years ago and it has a little pocket to keep all my old boarding passes in! And where would I be without my purse?! Duty free is ever so tempting...

So there's all my travelling essentials! I usually adapt them depending on where I'm going and how long the journey is, but these are my bare essentials. 

Hope you enjoyed reading this and let me know what your holiday essentials are!

Rhiannon xx

Thursday, 10 July 2014

Rhodes Holiday Haul

Rhodes Holiday Haul: Bowl, Sponge, Cleanser, Bracelet
Shopping for souvenirs for my family and friends is one of my favourite things to do on holiday, but I just can't help picking up a few bits for myself. It reminds you of that holiday and brings part of it back home with you. I got my family and friends a few Greek delicacies, like Honey and loukoumi (like Turkish delight but Greek!) and other little bits and bobs, but I thought I'd share my 'Holiday Haul' with you!

Rhodes Holiday Haul: Bowl

We kept spotting these cute bowls everywhere and they came in a variety of patterns and sizes. Some were beautiful tiles, plates and house numbers, which all looked gorgeous but too delicate for the journey home! I picked up this little hand-made dish, which I might store earrings in on my dressing table. Certainly adds a bit of colour and pattern!

Rhodes Holiday Haul: Sponge

One of Greece's many famous products are their natural sponges. They come in so many different styles with various uses, it's slightly mind-boggling which one to pick! I chose a small round sponge, which the shop owner said is useful for removing make-up, cleansing etc. so I can definitely see this coming in handy. Plus it is so soft! 

Rhodes Holiday Haul: Bracelet

I can never go on holiday without picking up a bracelet of some sort, it's almost like a tradition each time. Last year when I went to Kos, I picked up a string version with the traditional blue Greek eye, so blue is just one of those colours that I associate with Greece! It's got a few pretty blue and silver beads and a fish tooth, which I thought was cool until I scratched myself with it. Typical!

Rhodes Holiday Haul: Cleanser

Like any beauty fanatic, I followed my nose to the local Korres store! A few months back I posted a review on the Wild Rose Brightening Cream and have still got a few minis from a Christmas present. As it's a Greek brand, their products were a lot cheaper there than in the UK, so I picked up a new favourite: White Tea Fluid Gel Cleanser for a mere 11 euros, which works out about £5 off the UK price. Not too shabby!

And of course, I picked up a Milka chocolate bar WITH DAIM. Literally made my day! Although half of it is already gone.... Oops.

What's your favourite holiday presents? Let me know!

Thanks for reading :)
Rhiannon xx

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