I know, I know – it’s the end of July and I’m only just putting a summer post up. But time got away from me recently and with London temperatures still reaching well into the high 20°s and even 30°s right now (!), it feels totally acceptable. Continue reading “Top 10 Cruelty-Free and Eco-Friendly Summer Essentials”
I get bored of my hair pretty easily.
Over the years, I’ve had brown, red, black, and every shade of blonde hair. I went brunette again about 18 months ago, and tried out out a few different shades from red-brown to caramel to honey-brown. But eventually boredom kicked in again and I wanted a more drastic change. Continue reading “Rose Brown Hair for Summer With Infuse My. Colour”
This weekend I attended my sixth Just V Show! Can’t quite believe that!
Held at London Olympia from 6th-8th July, the event again co-located with the Love Natural, Love You and the Allergy & Free-From shows, which I also explored. Continue reading “Veggie Events: Just V and Allergy & Free-From Shows 2018”
Take-away coffee is a luxury I just can’t quit. Yes, I know that the cost adds up to an extortionate sum annually but hey, it’s one of my little treats to myself. I love coffee and the office-supplied instant rubbish just doesn’t cut it for my daily caffeine boost. Continue reading “Eco-Living: 8 of the Best Reusable Coffee Cups”
London is becoming more and more vegan-friendly. With vegan food options becoming more readily available, brands focusing on vegan and cruelty-free beauty and vegan pop-ups popping up all over the place, you don’t have to go far to find animal-free treats! Continue reading “A Very Vegan Day Out in London – From Pop-Ups to Doughnuts”
If you like kitsch but cute designs (think Cath Kidston or Emma Bridgewater) then Bella and Bear could be your new favourite beauty brand.
This budget-friendly brand creates all vegan, cruelty-free beauty tools and accessories in bright, floral designs. Continue reading “Bella and Bear – Affordable, Cruelty-Free Hair and Beauty”
Tomorrow marks my three-month Veganiversary. But I’m still not calling myself a vegan.
With the current mild weather it’s hard to believe that little over a week ago London’s streets were covered in blankets of fresh, white snow.
As the longest month of the year is finally over and we’re making our way through February, how many people are still enthused about their New Year’s health kicks or diets? Continue reading “Nutribuddy Breakfast Shakes – My Thoughts After One Month”
Happy Australia Day!
Living in the UK, this isn’t really a day I celebrate anymore; not with barbecues and beer, anyway. As I’ve recently been back in Sydney to visit the family, and I just happened to buy up big on beauty, I thought I’d mark this year with a celebration of great Australian beauty brands.
If you follow me on social media, you may already know that I’m participating in Veganuary this year. It’s something I’ve been meaning to undertake for several years running but have never quite found myself committing to.
I’m not one for strict “diets”. However, that doesn’t mean that I’m averse to a bit of a health boost from time to time. Like many people, this desire often kicks in around the New Year. Continue reading “My First Impressions of the Nutribuddy Breakfast Shake”