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Missha’s Time Revolution Line: Is it worth it?

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This is a collaborative post. There’s this saying “age is just a number”. Most of us let our lives be defined by a number.  The mindset is that if you reach a certain age, you should be successful, you should be financially stable and such. So, we grind, we work ourselves like crazy because of what society is telling us …

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Adding Some Masculinity To Your Wardrobe

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This is a collaborative post   Say goodbye to pretty in pink and give a warm welcome to your boyfriend’s wardrobe.  Over the past few years, femininity has been vastly celebrated, however as we move towards the closing stages of 2020, expect to see the welcomed surprise of silk ties, trouser suits, braces, pinstripes, and overcoats, to name but a …

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Review: Wolf & Gypsy Ethical Jewellery

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Gifted item. Why ethical jewellery I’ve previously written about how mining precious stones have an impact on both the environment and the local communities where mines are based. When buying ethical jewellery, it’s important that it has been sourced and produced in a way that is sustainable. Equally, it’s vital that it does not cause harm to those involved in …

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Why Give Secondhand September A Go?

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I’m participating in Secondhand September this year again – and raise awareness of buying second had items as a first choice. We have already, on this planet, created as much stuff that it could serve generations to come. Especially clothing items. Not long ago the trend used to change in every four years  or less, now all the fast fashion …

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Skirt Shopping Made Easier

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This is a collaborative post There are times when your wardrobe just needs a boost. One way to give it that little bit of a lift is to add a skirt to it. However, skirt shopping is sometimes easier said than done. Whether shopping in a store or online, the options are incredibly diverse. There is no way to quickly …

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Tips For Rocking Beach Waves Hairstyle This Summer

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This is a collaborative post Beach waves are a hairstyle adored by everyone; celebrities and women all over, beach waves are synonymous with loose and soft curls that you get when you spend a day at the beach. But you can get beach waves at home without needing to go out in the Sun. Beach waves are a style statement …

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Spending Your Clothing Budget Wisely

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This is a collaborative post You have a clothing budget, as part of your monthly budget, but are you spending it wisely? Are you shopping at the right times, with the right retailers? Are you buying the pieces you need, or are you just going for something cheap and trendy? Well, it’s time to examine your clothes shop behaviour!  So, …

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How To Improve Your Pre-Shave Routine

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This is a collaborative post. No matter how often you shave, doing it the right way is essential to make sure your skin is protected and your overall shave is effective. Like anything in life, you need to prepare well if you are to succeed, and this goes for your skin care and shaving routine too. How can you improve …

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10 Simple Ways To Fight Fast Fashion

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Once again, London is in the spotlight of the fashion world again, so I think it’s a good opportunity to talk about the fashion industry’s ecological footprint. Let me clarify that in my opinion, buying a few good, ethically produced clothes every now and then, that are made without plastic components or harmful coating is acceptable. I also find it …

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Sustainable Treasure Hunt: Charity Shops In Kensington

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The spending money was gifted by Hotels.com, but all views are my own. Kensington is one of the best places to visit in London. I love Kensington Gardens, The Victoria and Albert museum is my favourite place to be in town, there’s the Design Museum, the Natural History museum, lots of nice places to eat and sit down for a coffee, …