Thursday, 9 July 2015

VIOLETDAFFODILS X CASEAPP: 20% OFF

Hello lovelies!
I was recently contacted by Caseapp, who asked if I'd like to try out their website to create my own custom Iphone case. I was instantly drawn to it as I find it very difficult finding cases that I like for my Iphone 5C, so gave it a go. The website was very easy to navigate, I clicked on 'create your case' and then chose the phone model that it was for and began to create a collage on the template provided. There was a good choice of template styles which looked effective but personally preferred all squares close together as I think they really stand out. Using the photos from my 21st birthday in Florida, I created my case. I thought it would be a cute keepsake for myself as I loved that holiday and the photos that went with it. Caseapp are offering the chance to create your own using the discount code:VIOLETCASE20 for 20% off your order. It is valid for 2 and a half weeks, so enjoy! :D

Monday, 8 June 2015

Tsum Tsum Collection #1

Hello lovelies :)
I was introduced to this current Disney craze by my good friend Amelia, who shares my love for all things Disney. She had seen/bought some herself when she had been to Disneyland Paris and mentioned they were going to be heading to the UK which I was really excited about. Once they hit the stores, they obviously have been a huge hit so far and I can only imagine they will continue to be. I remember seeing them whilst I was out shopping with her and darted for Clintons to begin my collection. They also sell them in Disney stores too and every month they release a new set of TsumTsums to collect. The word 'Tsum Tsum' (pronounced sum-sum) is Japanese for 'Stack Stack' which is what they are used for, to collect and stack them on top of each other. I honestly think they are the most adorable plush toys I've ever seen, so soft too. They really trigger the excitement of my inner child haha! I hope that maybe one day when I'm older I can pass them down to my future children and be able to watch the sheer joy on their little faces, like I know I would have as a child. Anyway I thought I would show my collection so far for you all.

Mini Mouse, Pluto, Olaf, Mickey Mouse, Dumbo, Bambi
Marie, Eeyore, Daisy Duck, Lady, Donald Duck, Goofy
Let me know if you love/have TsumTsums too and which ones you have :)

Thanks for reading!

Sunday, 7 June 2015

A Weekend In Leeds


Hello lovelies :)
I recently wore this attire to a recent weekend away to Leeds for my friend Sarah's 21st and it has started to become a favourite go-to outfit of mine since. We started the day decorating our hotel room with balloons, party poppers and banners so when she came back to the room we shouted 'SURPRISE!' which was cute and we had some group photos taken wearing party hats and props. I wore this outfit during the day when myself and the girls were wandering around shopping and eating. I managed to pick up a few gorgeous pieces from Victoria's Secret and a little treat for my Mam too before heading to Revolution.

I was also introduced to The Botanist which I've heard good reviews about the Newcastle one from other bloggers but have never had a chance to visit so being able to go to the Leeds one was exciting! I like trying out new places for food and now I can totally understand the hype over The Botanist as I thought it was fantastic! I ordered the scampi and it came in a mini picnic basket and the tartare sauce was inside a mini watering can which I thought was adorable! I really appreciate attention to detail like that and although the first cocktail I tried was a bit too bitter for me, I literally had to trial and error as I didn't know what ingredients tasted the best so had to sip a few of the others' drinks and found a one I liked in the end and that was delicious. I thought the decor inside the place was really quirky too. I really enjoyed the place and definitely want to visit the Newcastle one in future now. After dinner we headed back to the hotel and got ready and headed out for the night which was a lot of fun and then the following day indulged in a fondutta formaggi at Zizzi's for lunch before heading home.

I absolutely adore this white dress from Missguided, it is the perfect summer dress and I can dress it up or down, no matter the weather. The waistcoat is a new purchase which I had originally planned to wear over a long sleeved top and jeans but decided to try and see how it looked with a dress and really liked how it looks. I really like the paisley print against the subtle mint green, very Spring/Summer without being too in-your-face like I find with a lot of paisley print clothing. I think I'll try mixing this piece with more items in my wardrobe to really make the most of it this summer, maybe even paired with shorts? Who knows! Also I have been lusting over these boots lately. I normally don't go for day shoes that have a heel as I always felt like I'd look ridiculous, however over the past few months I've completely changed my mind. I was completely drawn to owning a pair of boots and find myself really loving them, again another item that I have been mixing with the contents of my wardrobe and seeing what works and what doesn't and also enjoying the added height it adds whilst being incredibly comfortable and cheap is absolutely ideal for me. Also it might sound a bit weird but they make me feel like they add maturity to my outfits. Being nearly 23, I've started to struggle with trying to find the right balance between wearing outfits that I like that are colourful and quirky patterned and be able to feel myself in but not look like a 16 year old or just super childish. I know I already look younger than 23 being able to dress maturely and still show my personality through my clothing is an on-going battle, however I do feel like the boots weirdly help this situation haha! Does anyone else have this problem?
Dress: Missguided, Waistcoat: Topshop, Bag: Mulberry, Boots: Matalan

Saturday, 6 June 2015

Scarlett of Soho Review

Hello lovelies!
I was recently contacted by Scarlett of Soho, who are a brand who specialise in eyewear and they asked if I wanted to try out their Free Home Try On service. Being a glasses wearer, I naturally said yes as I was intrigued by the concept. You first begin clicking on 'style finder' and select your gender, then you have to identify what your face shape is and finally skin tone. I went for oval and fair. It then auto selects a variety of glasses that they recommend fit you. You can also just chose your own to try for yourself, you don't necessarily have to go for the recommended ones. I found this whole process very quick to do and the website very easy to navigate as well.

Saturday, 23 May 2015

The Sims 4

Hello lovelies!
It has been such a long time since I did a gaming post/review, I'm talking like 2 years which is ridiculous! So today I am changing that. I've always loved the Sims, aside from Sims 3 which never appealed to me as I felt the graphics were too 'over done' and the sims all looked the same. I was a big lover of the original and I'm still a massive Sims 2 fan, still currently playing it. Anyway you get the idea. When I heard they were releasing a new Sims, I was in limbo about purchasing as, like I said, I was not drawn to the Sims 3 however I did my research and looked at Youtube videos and read review after review. Eventually it came down to that feeling of excitement you get when you really look forward to something, so I caved after a month of it's release and got it.

Thursday, 23 April 2015

TRAVEL: LONDON DIARY


Hello lovelies!
For a long time I have been interested in Visual Merchandising and unfortunately where I work doesn't really have many opportunities to move up the career ladder and into that field so rather than whinge on about it, I decided to take matters into my own hands. Before Christmas I had looked into it a lot more and came across the Fashion Retail Academy in London and was very intrigued. I didn't even know there was such a thing as an academy for things like visual merchandising! How completely wrong I was! For ages I'd constantly kept going on the website and contemplating booking the 'Introduction to Visual Merchandising' course which had always stood out to me and eventually after the new year I decided to just bite the bullet and booked myself in.

For someone like me who has only ever gotten the train on her own twice in her life and never travelled/stayed away alone before, this was a pretty big deal for me. After months of mini freak outs, it turned out to not be daunting like I had created in my head. I found it really enjoyable and honestly it was good to have a few days on my own away from things back home, I think I just needed some time away and a change of scenery to gain some perspective. I feel like the mini trip boosted my self esteem too which was something I felt I'd be lacking recently, so it was worth it on that level too.

 It wasn't all just hard work though, I did manage to have a bit of time to explore so many an evening was spent walking around and taking in the sights. Of course one of the first things I did when I first arrived in London was go on a spree in Victoria's Secret, which personally was like a pre-reward for all the work I was going to do ;) (Any excuse really!) and treating myself to some tortellini from Carluccio's for dinner always goes down well with me ;)
One of my goals whilst I was here was to go and see my friend Alice perform live in Mamma Mia! at the Novello Theatre. I have known her since I was born and she's always been a close family friend and for as long as I've known her she's always wanted to perform in theatre and this has been her big break! I was so pleased to hear the news and was dying to go see her! Especially as a few occasions she's performed up north and I've been working so hadn't seen some of her performances but I was adamant to see this one especially and lucky I got too. I love Mamma Mia! anyway so I knew it would be good, but as soon as the music kicked in and the curtains opened and I'd seen she was the first one on stage I felt a sudden wash of emotions and an enormous sense of pride. I honestly could have cried right there haha! I managed to keep it together (just!) and the show was absolutely AMAZING! And I'm not just saying that because of Alice. I thought all the main characters were sooo good! They all played their parts so well and were so funny and they sang the Abba songs brilliantly! I was completely entertained throughout the whole evening, I could have sat there all night watching it over and over again. I was also fortunate to see Alice after the show briefly too which was a sweet little cherry on top of a great evening! :)


The Fashion Retail Academy

So back to the main reason why I was in London now. The FRA building from the outside looks so ordinary, I honestly would have walked straight past it if it wasn't for good ol' Google Maps, but when approaching it I noticed these incredible mannequins in the window, I had never seen anything like it before and thought they looked amazing! There was more inside too. I really liked the variety of ways the mannequins had been transformed into a piece of art, I found it really inspiring. I remember walking into the building and thinking 'Omg there's going to be tons of people and they will know everything and I'm going to feel like an amateur!' but wasn't the case at all! There was 9 of us in the class, different age ranges but everyone was pretty much on the same level. The course was for 3 days from 10am-4.30pm and included so much within that short space of time, not in a 'cramming' type way either just through really good organisation on their behalf. It was a good mixture of lectures and workshops, although it was mainly the first day where we sat the most and were talked through the history and technical terms etc and the rest of the time was little introductions to what we were doing that day before the more hands on stuff which was definitely the more fun part! I really came away knowing a lot more than I initially thought I would and a cool little certificate signed by the Dean which was sent in the post days later to say I'd attended the course as a nice memento of the great experience to keep which I really liked that they did that as I'm one of those people who loves to keep my old certificates and reports from school and old hobbies I used to have to look back on.
There is a few other courses that they have which I'm thinking of looking into for another time as I found this course really helpful and would happily venture back to learn more things from their other courses, plus it's always something additional to add to the ol' CV too and I'd happily return back to London again especially to be a full blown tourist as I didn't get a chance too on this occasion ;)

The Things I Learned
I learned about the history of visual merchandising and the technical terms that are used. I was shown store layouts and had to create a layout to match a customer scenario. I was shown the different types of mannequins and the groupings of mannequins. I also got to create my own accessory display, worked as a team in the Mock Shop where we had to create two wall displays using different items of clothing and accessories. I also had to dissemble, reassemble and dress a mannequin, then in a group choose 3 mannequins and group them together and dress them appropriately and finally create a window display where we got to choose however many mannequins we wanted, clothes for them and props.

Thanks for reading!

Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Valentine's Day

Hello lovelies!
As you may already know I absolutely love Valentine's Day, I think it's so sweet that there's a day completely dedicated to celebrating love and showing the special people in your life how much they mean to you or even just having a day to completely spoil yourself with no judgement ;) It doesn't matter if I'm with someone or not I still always make the most of the day, I like to go all out and wear red and heart shaped things etc. haha I love going a bit over the top with these special days, as you can probably tell by my attire above.  I had bought this dress last year and was adamant I was going to keep it in my wardrobe and wait for Valentine's Day (sad I know!) and with my last minute V-day plans I was so keen to wear it that I'd have even wore it to pick up a Domino's pizza or for a drive through MaccyDs haha! Luckily we managed to get into Zizzi's so that was a bit more appropriate ;)

The week building up to Valentine's day was not the same as it normally is, I'm usually really buzzing with excitement but I recently had to deal with a sad time in my life (hence why I haven't blogged so much either) so I hadn't really felt up for even talking about it as much, which is so unlike me and I was also meant to be in work so I wasn't really too fussed but eventually things had calmed down and my shift was cancelled so I got myself together and made the most of it. I was greeted in the morning with this gorgeous bouquet of flowers that had a lovely bright sunflower, lilies and a glittery red rose and a necklace. Later on in the day we headed out to have our delicious Zizzi's and then went to see Kingsman: The Secret Service, on first impressions of the film, I thought it looked good but after watching it, it turned out to be better than I had anticipated, full of action and some humorous parts too. I'd definitely recommend it :)
Before deciding on my outfit above and before our plans had changed, this was what I was going to wear if we had ended up out for food during the day. It takes my dress I wore last year and layering this cute jumper over the top for a more day time look.
Hope you had a lovely Valentine's Day! <3

Outfit #1: Dress: Missguided, Heels: Vivienne Westwood, Ring: Pandora, Clutch: Lulu Guinness.
Outfit #2: Jumper: Primark, Dress: TFNC London, Heels: Vivienne Westwood,
Ring: Pandora, Clutch: Lulu Guinness.

Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Iceskating At Beamish

Hello lovelies!
A few weeks ago, by some miracle it turned out that the girls and I all had the same day off of work which is an extremely rare occurrence! So we decided to plan it out and make a day of it and rather go for food somewhere local, we changed it up and headed to Beamish for the day. Beamish is known for it's old fashioned style, showing visitors examples of old classrooms, playground entertainment, tram systems, sweet shops, etc. I remember going there back in the day at primary school so it brought up nostalgic feelings, especially the back of the sweet shop where you can watch how cinder toffee gets made, although this time they had no sugar mice! (cry) However they did have apple bonbons which are an absolute fave of mine so all was not lost ;) One of the main reasons why Beamish was so appealing was at the moment they have an ice rink up until the 1st March, so we had decided to go iceskating, which I absolutely LOVE!

Friday, 12 December 2014

Festive Favourites

Hello lovelies!
As if it is December already! I'll blink and it'll be Christmas! I've been trying to get my Christmas shopping done asap as I hate leaving these things last minute, however the men in my family are the worst for telling you what they want days before so I still have a few more gifts to get and also write out Christmas cards for friends and family too. I'm getting there slowly but surely. I thought I'd make this post very festive for you all and show you all what I enjoy about this time of year. Enjoy! :)

Monday, 24 November 2014

TMART REVIEW: Makeup Brushes

Hello lovelies!
Today's post is a little different but you know me, I love a little variety now and again. So for a while now I've been in debate about getting a set of makeup brushes for Christmas and I've mmm'd and aah'd for ages and was leaning towards some real techniques ones as I hear good things about them, however not so long ago I was contacted by the lovely folk over at Tmart and was asked if I'd like to review a cosmetic makeup brush set for them, the timing was perfect so I obviously said yes! They come in a small variety of colours but I was particularly drawn to the pale blue. I think it was great price for what you receive too, I'm not a one for having tons of brushes, I'll update my brushes probably over an embarrassing amount of time and only buy the odd one, so this set is ideal because I prefer the bigger brushes for foundation, powder & blush, rather than smaller ones for concealer and lips etc so that was an appealing quality to me.

Thursday, 6 November 2014

All the Leaves Are Brown And The Coat Is Grey

Hello lovelies!
I had a trip to town not so long ago and on my way out I found this beautiful dress in Warehouse which for some reason made me think of Carrie Bradshaw a little bit. The material is so soft with the jersey grey part and the soft pleated skirt. I feel super girly in it! Sticking with the grey theme I had been on a shopping ban for a while as there was a student lock-in at the Metro and was saving my pennies for that. Before that I had seen this gorgeous grey coat and I tried it on and really loved it but held off buying it as long as possible, so when it came to the lock-in, I eventually bought it so was a very happy lady! For my birthday I got a few gift vouchers so I put that towards it so thanks Sarah and Jess for those! :) I absolutely love this coat at the moment, I've even wore it with my recent outfit post and I like to wear really bold, colour, quirky dresses and the team it with the coat to smarten them up, so I love that it goes with everything I own :)Dress: Warehouse, Coat: Topshop, Flats: Matalan

Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Glasses Face

Hello lovelies!
I was recently contacted by the lovely Tina over at Firmoo who asked if I'd be interested in trying out their range of glasses. Many of you don't know this but I actually wear glasses, I used to wear them in public since the age of 10 and felt uber self conscious in my awkward teenage girl phase and as soon as I could put contacts in, I saved the glasses wearing for indoors, lazy 'not going anywhere' kind of days. So to even have a photo of me wearing any on the internet is conquering a fear of mine. Maybe it was because I never found a pair that really suited me until last year haha! Anyone with glasses will empathise, I used to hate having to choose a new pair of glasses, being stood with some random sales lady and my Mam both watching me awkwardly and getting impatient in deciding on a pair and just choosing whatever I felt looked OK-ish for the sake of time and discomfort. It's a lot different going into a place by yourself and taking the time to really try out a pair as the attention isn't really on you and you can do it out of your own accord. Anyway Firmoo have this cool option online of uploading a photo of yourself so that you can see how the different pairs are going to fit, which is handy for someone like me who has a small face and a biggish nose, as usually different styles cater for different face shapes, eye shapes etc.

Sunday, 26 October 2014

GUEST POST: SaraPags- Everyday Quick Hairstyles

Hello to everyone,
it's Sara from SaraPags here! 
First thing first, I wanted to say a massive than you to Kate, who let me write on her beautiful blog. She's already done one for me (here), which is very cute so make sure you check it out!
As I contacted her since she left a comment below a hairstyle post of mine she liked, i thought I would share something similar with you!
These hairstyles are very simple and quick, they're just something I do to change a bit my everyday look.

Fluffy Top

Fluffy Top Hairstyle

Friday, 24 October 2014

Gothic Fairy

 Hello lovelies!
A different post for you all tonight. This weekend at work we are having a Halloween themed weekend for charity, as next week is a big sale so we couldn't do it then. Anyway I thought I would show you a little snippet of what I wore for the evening. I decided to go as a gothic fairy as this was what I had lying around in my box of fancy dress gear and was easy to put together in a small space of time. I enjoyed this look as, if you know me enough you'll notice I love wearing anything floral and lots of colours and this look is the total opposite to my style which was fun to play around with and it also inspired me to use minimal colour in these photos to continue on with the theme. Tonight there was only 3 of us who dressed up but apparently more are getting involved over the weekend so I'm looking forward to seeing what everyone comes up with :) Also a  few people actually thought this was my real hair at first and thought I'd suit black hair which was funny, I honestly wish my hair was this long in real life! It's like my dream hair length...maybe one day.
The key elements of my makeup was using my NAKED palette eyeshadow in 'Creep', then I used my FrontCover eyeshadow palette in 'Moonlight' under my eyes and Rimmel London Kate Moss lipstick in '04' which is a dark purple colour. My outfit consisted of my black mesh crop top by Missguided layered over a plain black M&S vest and then my black velvet Topshop leggings. My wings, wand and crown I got from Ann Summers and my wig is from Dr Funkenstein.

Thank you for reading!
Let me know if you are doing anything for Halloween and what you are dressing as :)

Thursday, 23 October 2014

Tartan Ivy


Hello lovelies!
Another autumnal outfit for you all today. Before I continue can I just say thank you so so much, I was blown away by the feedback on my last post, so many lovely comments, the most I've ever had on a post in my entire blogging life haha and even upto 240 followers on here and 160+ on Bloglovin, thank you so much! I really appreciate it and hello to those new people :D It feels weird doing an outfit with my hair this straight, this is freshly washed hair, I tend to do it before I go to sleep and tie it up so that it has some waves but for this look I felt straight hair went better with my hat and it is always something different isn't it :) Anyway enough rambling about my hair washing, I recently treated myself to this little tartan dress which I think is so adorable! It was bought for future nights out nearer Christmas which I will wear with my hair curled, red lips and black heels or wedges. I wanted to come up with another idea of how to wear it but catered towards during the day so that I can get more wear out of it. After racking my brain I came up with good old fashioned layering! I decided to wear this black long sleeved top and then wear the dress over it which I'm happy with the outcome. As the dress stands out on it's own I would team it with dark accessories to finish off the look. In my last post I mentioned the gorgeous Ivy leaves that crawl up the walls of my bedroom so I decided to put together a few brightly coloured ones for you. Hope it gets you into the autumnal spirit! I'm also doing a guest post over on Sara's blog soon so go over and check it out if you'd like and give her some blog love. Thanks for reading! :)
Hat: Matalan, Top: Topshop, Dress: Topshop, Wedges: ASOS

Friday, 17 October 2014

Tartan Leaves

 Hello lovelies!
Today I thought I'd go for a more Autumnal look, considering it is Autumn after all (well noticed Kate!), I recently wore this outfit to see the Illuminations with some of the girls: Jess, Amelia, her niece Erica, Sarah and Alice. I've been on a hunt for a tartan scarf as soon as they came back in season. I missed out last year and have had it top of my wishlist for ages. The other week I went into town and searched high and low for one, I'm very particular when it comes to clothes, so if I get an idea in my head of a certain style or colour etc. I go out of my way to find the exact one I'm looking for, I wouldn't get a one just for the sake of it, it's like an investment to me. Does anyone else do that? Eventually I found this one from River Island, which is a brand I don't usually go to but came out a very happy customer. It is exactly what I was looking for: colour, tartan, red and soft material. One of the things I love about this season is the Ivy that crawls up the wall of my bedroom, watching the leaves change from lush, bright green to the in between golden yellow/burnt orange phase, to eventually a gorgeous crimson red. For me it really is nature in it's most beautiful glory. Also below I have done the Autumn Tag as I have been wanting to do it for a while and felt it fit in with today's autumnal themed outfit. It might be time to do more tags so that my readers can get to know me a little more on a personal level. Let me know what you think of this idea and hope you enjoy reading my answers :)1) What's your favourite seasonal drink from Starbucks/Costa/Cafe Nero etc?
It has got to be a large hot chocolate with whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles from Cafe Nero :)

2)Accessories- What do you opt for, scarf, boots, gloves?
Depending on the weather it varies but usually all 3. I have my brown boots or my glittery Vivienne Westwood boots, boring black gloves and now my new jazzy tartan scarf :)

3)Music- What's your favourite music to listen to during Autumn?
I don't usually have a favourite, just the same as what I normally listen to all year round, just whatever I fancy listening to at the time :)

4)Perfume- What's your favourite scent for this time of year?
My signature scent is what I wear all year round, DKNY Be Delicious :)

5)Candles- What scenes will you be burning this season?
I've been really drawn to a one in Matalan called Vanilla Sugar, smells gorgeous!

6)What do you love most about Autumn?
The changing of the leaves, drinking hot chocolate and wrapping up in cute scarves and jumpers

7)Favourite make-up look?
I usually go for more shimmery brown tones as opposed to my usual golden ones and maybe throw in the odd red and plum lip :)Dress: Topshop, Scarf: River Island, Shoes: Matalan, Tights: Asda

Wednesday, 15 October 2014

And At Last I See The Lights

Hello lovelies!
The other evening, the girls and I paid a visit to the Illuminations. Last year they did Alice in Wonderland and this year they did the same theme, which was great as last year I took some pictures on my phone which were poor quality and then I broke that phone so didn't have them anymore, however that meant this year I could take my camera with me and take some good quality shots. My favourite illuminations have to be the White Rabbit, Cheshire Cat and the Deck of Cards. Also in the park they had a water feature which had water spurt out in time with songs playing nearby and had different colour changes throughout too. It doesn't really take too long to wander round and have a look but I like the sense of community it brings, seeing local people come together to appreciate it.
Have you been to visit the Illuminations? Do you like them? Let me know :)

Monday, 13 October 2014

Disney On Ice: 100 Years Of Magic

Hello lovelies!
The other night I took my Mam to see Disney On Ice: 100 Years Of Magic as an early birthday present for her. I had never been before but I thought it was fantastic! It combined ice-skating and Disney, two of my favourite things, what more could I ask for?! The costumes were gorgeous and it was great to hear the variety of songs from the different films. It brought back so many feelings from my 21st in Disney World. My favourite performances had to be Beauty and the Beast, they even reenacted the death of the Beast and I could feel myself welling up like a saddo haha! Mulan was another fantastic one. I was pleasantly surprised by The Incredibles and Aladdin, they did loads of acrobatic skating which was incredible, I'd love to be able to do that! And of course It's A Small World, which brings back so many DisneyWorld Florida memories, not only from my 21st but old family holidays too. My 5 year old self would have been loving her life ;) For my first time of going I thoroughly enjoyed it and having some mother-daughter time. I would definitely go again! :)

Thanks for reading!

Monday, 6 October 2014

You're So Lush #1

Hello lovelies!
First of all, thank you very much for your ongoing support, I have reached 220+ followers on here and 140+ on Bloglovin so thank you very much, I really appreciate it and hello to those new followers :) I have been so undecided about purchasing Lush products for ages but I've seen tons of bloggers singing their praises so I thought why not go all out and get a ton of Christmas themed products to try and see what the hype is all about. One of the things that I'm always drawn to is seeing how they come out in the bath, being able to see all those colourful swirls and effects the products create in the water, so I can't wait to try these out and share with you the effects they make :)
The Melting Snowman
Christmas Eve
Holly Golightly
The Christmas Penguin
Butterbear
Star Light, Star Bright
Snow Angel
Luxury Lush Pud


Have you tried any of these products? What do you think of them? Let me know :)
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