Happy Monday dolls 🥰 here’s what I did yesterday during London Fashion Week 😊
Really enjoyed attending @fashionscout ❤
I’ve styled the whole look, did the makeup and hair.
Photo by @phogirlrhirhi
Eye shadow palette 3 ( Deep Neutrals) and Highlighter Duo by @fentybeauty
Mascara and bronzer for the nose and cheekbones by @milkmakeup
Brow Styler by @benefitcosmeticsuk (I only used the pencil side)
For lip ombre I used @pop_beautyliquid lipsticks in Razzle Rose and Plump Peach 🍑 Before that primed my lips with @eosproducts in Cherry & Vanilla flavour 🍒
Huge thanks to @whiteclinic.london for taking care of my skin 😍
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What are your plans this week?
There’s plenty to see in Bournemouth and you can do it on foot! Check out our Tours & Sightseeing page on Bournemouth.co.uk 🙃 #LoveBournemouth
Image by: 📸 @waveslider_photography
Considering I took these photos whilst the gimbal on our drone was malfunctioning and throwing itself all over the place – I’m quite pleased with them. Moments after these were taken I ignored a “low battery” warning and consequently watched the drone start to try and land on it’s own, going straight down toward the ocean. I felt quite sick as this was happening 😂! Somehow I managed to regain control and just about fly the drone back up to me on the cliff before it completely died. Then I pretended it was cool and there was nothing to worry about in front of Lois 😎
Hyde Park is one of nine Royal parks in London. Its total extension is 2.5 km, including Kensington Gardens and Serpentine Lake, the artificial lake that divides it into two parts
A small thatched-roof house called Old Leanach Cottage stands on the grounds of the Culloden Battlefield in Scotland. .
The exact date of its construction is unknown but it is believed to have been built at the beginning of the 18th century, meaning it survived the 1746 Battle of Culloden.
The traditional thatched cottage was lived in until 1912, but fell into disrepair shortly afterwards.
The cottage was later restored and served as the first visitor centre for people coming to see the Culloden Battlefield.
The cottage was reopened to visitors in 2019.
Photo taken on 11/10/2018