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Aldi had the beauty trends flipping with the launch of their ‘Caviar’ range back in 2015. Fast forward to 2018 and their Caviar Illumination face creams are apart of Aldi’s beauty range.
More women are transitioning from relaxed, chemically straightened, to their natural hair, and we can’t help but notice. Everyone has their own reasons, and Michelle shares her reason for going for the big chop!
Jude, Zara and Sareta got together and shared what they would change about their wedding day. You don’t have to make the same mistakes as they did! Hayley even popped up to give you some wedding day tips…
“You belittle me in front of people, your work associates, my family. You get laughs, it makes you feel good; I don’t matter.”… an anonymous post.
Parents beware, there are dangerous things on the internet, and it doesn’t stop with Topsy and Tim. Kids rogue internet purchases is a thing. It’s real, it happens and Hayley just learnt the hard way.
Staying in the centre of Amsterdam can be quite costly, especially if you’re as bouji as me and a Hostel isn’t even in your vocabulary. Eindhoven is practically next door and has some pretty Instagrammable places too…
Zara’s got a new hairdo, what better way to show it off than in a bloomin’ new blog post. Fancy a bit of a Badgal Bang!? We do, check it out… (psst, that’s a mascara by Benefit if you were wondering).
After learning about Liberation I thought what better way to share their positive work ethics than to share it over food. Liberat!on – Nuts about Fair Trade. Let me drop some knowledge and a recipe in one go. #FairTrade
Apparently, mums who feel guilty and exhausted are the ones who are amazing parents. I feel both of those emotions pretty regularly and, although I think I’m doing OK most of the time, what if I don’t believe the latter?