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A few weeks ago, I turned the big 2 - 0 and for the last two years I've done 'goals' posts of things that I want to achieve in that year, so I thought ... why not do another one for this year. I feel like this is the first birthday I've had where I'm like 'crap, does this make me a full blown adult now?' ... because I certainly don't feel it haha. 

If you want to seem 'My 19th Birthday Bucket List', you can click here.

My Goals from last Year:
  • Go to more Concerts
  • Travel to new places
  • Grow my blog to 85K views.
  • Buy my first Car
  • Get a Tattoo
  • Go to a Festival
  • Go to more Blogger Events
  • Meet more Bloggers
  • Take up a new hobby, whether it's a Sport or something else
  • Get fit and healthy ... Start going to the GYM
  • Up my blog game ... from photos, to content, to my way of writing
  • Be Happy (or happier)

Looking back at my list from last year and I didn't tick as many things off as I wanted to but you know, at least I did a couple. Soo ... what did I achieve?

 So over the last year, I did manage to travel to new places as I went to Torremolinos, which is a part of Spain I hadn't been too before and I also went to Goa, India.

I  didn't quite get my blog to 85,000 views, but that's okay because I recently hit 70,000 views and that itself still blows my mind. And it's also not only about numbers either and although it's crazy and is a nice feeling when a blog post does well, it is very hard now a days, especially, to get your content noticed. 

I also managed to buy my first car. I remember this being a big one for m as I'd had my license for well over a year at the time, but wasn't quite able to buy my car, but I'm very happy and proud of myself that I was able to pay for it all by myself.

My Goals for this Year!
  • Continue Blogging 2/3 times a Week. 
  • Solo Travel 
  • Travel to new places 
  • Start working out (every year I say this lmao)
  • Be more spontaneous
  • Say YES more
  • Learn more Spanish
  • Find a new hobby
Thankyou so much for taking the time to read this post, I hope you enjoyed it.


Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡

My 20th Birthday Bucket List!

A few weeks ago, I turned the big 2 - 0 and for the last two years I've done 'goals' posts of things that I want to achieve in that year, so I thought ... why not do another one for this year. I feel like this is the first birthday I've had where I'm like 'crap, does this make me a full blown adult now?' ... because I certainly don't feel it haha. 

If you want to seem 'My 19th Birthday Bucket List', you can click here.

My Goals from last Year:
  • Go to more Concerts
  • Travel to new places
  • Grow my blog to 85K views.
  • Buy my first Car
  • Get a Tattoo
  • Go to a Festival
  • Go to more Blogger Events
  • Meet more Bloggers
  • Take up a new hobby, whether it's a Sport or something else
  • Get fit and healthy ... Start going to the GYM
  • Up my blog game ... from photos, to content, to my way of writing
  • Be Happy (or happier)

Looking back at my list from last year and I didn't tick as many things off as I wanted to but you know, at least I did a couple. Soo ... what did I achieve?

 So over the last year, I did manage to travel to new places as I went to Torremolinos, which is a part of Spain I hadn't been too before and I also went to Goa, India.

I  didn't quite get my blog to 85,000 views, but that's okay because I recently hit 70,000 views and that itself still blows my mind. And it's also not only about numbers either and although it's crazy and is a nice feeling when a blog post does well, it is very hard now a days, especially, to get your content noticed. 

I also managed to buy my first car. I remember this being a big one for m as I'd had my license for well over a year at the time, but wasn't quite able to buy my car, but I'm very happy and proud of myself that I was able to pay for it all by myself.

My Goals for this Year!
  • Continue Blogging 2/3 times a Week. 
  • Solo Travel 
  • Travel to new places 
  • Start working out (every year I say this lmao)
  • Be more spontaneous
  • Say YES more
  • Learn more Spanish
  • Find a new hobby
Thankyou so much for taking the time to read this post, I hope you enjoyed it.


Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡


Hey there, welcome back to my blog, I hope you’re all well. I guess you could say it’s been a while since I last made a post, well that's how it feels to me anyway! The last month has been a lot for me as I left my old job, started a new one, did a training week away and then I had my birthday. I just wanted to spend my time getting used to everything, getting into a routine to the find a new schedule for my blog posts and also just enjoying my time with friends and family. BUT I promise I’m getting back on it now!

For today’s post I thought I would share my monthly favourites, well because it’s tradition as it’s the first post of the month ... right?! This month has been a good one in terms of trying out new products and I can’t wait to share them with you!

So, I finally caved and decided to try out the Laura Mercier Setting Powder after the crazy amount of hype within the beauty community and all the good things I heard about it. I was always a little put off by the price tag just in case I didn’t like it, it would just be such a waste. I’ve always had such dry skin under my eyes and around my nose and that’s where I would use it to bake, however recently my skin has been more on the oily side so I figured it could work better for me now.

This month I went on an ESPA training course for work, which meant I was able to try out all their products and to be fair, I hadn’t tried any of them in the past, so it was all new to me. After leaving the course I was given a set of ESPA products and have been growing to love them and using them everyday! The set includes the PRO cleanser, the Hydrating Toner, PRO serum and the PRO moisturiser. I’m still in the process of trying them out because I’ve only had them a couple of weeks, but I can already see that my skin has cleared up massively and does feel much softer, more hydrated and less oily.

My last favourite for this month is the Ciate Nail Polish in ‘Knee Highs’. I know it’s not a very summery colour, but navy blue has been on of my go to nail colours at the moment. I’m such a creature of habit and usually just wear black polish, but this works just as well because it’s dark but still goes with almost everything. This polish also has a sheen to it and in some lights even looks purple. I know nail polish on the toes lasts a long time no matter what polish it is, but this one has lasted me over two weeks and hasn’t started to chip yet, I definitely recommend.

Thankyou so much for taking the time to read this post, I really hope you enjoy it. I will now be back every Monday with a new post. 

You can check out my previous post here!

Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡

July Favourites!


Hey there, welcome back to my blog, I hope you’re all well. I guess you could say it’s been a while since I last made a post, well that's how it feels to me anyway! The last month has been a lot for me as I left my old job, started a new one, did a training week away and then I had my birthday. I just wanted to spend my time getting used to everything, getting into a routine to the find a new schedule for my blog posts and also just enjoying my time with friends and family. BUT I promise I’m getting back on it now!

For today’s post I thought I would share my monthly favourites, well because it’s tradition as it’s the first post of the month ... right?! This month has been a good one in terms of trying out new products and I can’t wait to share them with you!

So, I finally caved and decided to try out the Laura Mercier Setting Powder after the crazy amount of hype within the beauty community and all the good things I heard about it. I was always a little put off by the price tag just in case I didn’t like it, it would just be such a waste. I’ve always had such dry skin under my eyes and around my nose and that’s where I would use it to bake, however recently my skin has been more on the oily side so I figured it could work better for me now.

This month I went on an ESPA training course for work, which meant I was able to try out all their products and to be fair, I hadn’t tried any of them in the past, so it was all new to me. After leaving the course I was given a set of ESPA products and have been growing to love them and using them everyday! The set includes the PRO cleanser, the Hydrating Toner, PRO serum and the PRO moisturiser. I’m still in the process of trying them out because I’ve only had them a couple of weeks, but I can already see that my skin has cleared up massively and does feel much softer, more hydrated and less oily.

My last favourite for this month is the Ciate Nail Polish in ‘Knee Highs’. I know it’s not a very summery colour, but navy blue has been on of my go to nail colours at the moment. I’m such a creature of habit and usually just wear black polish, but this works just as well because it’s dark but still goes with almost everything. This polish also has a sheen to it and in some lights even looks purple. I know nail polish on the toes lasts a long time no matter what polish it is, but this one has lasted me over two weeks and hasn’t started to chip yet, I definitely recommend.

Thankyou so much for taking the time to read this post, I really hope you enjoy it. I will now be back every Monday with a new post. 

You can check out my previous post here!

Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡

Hey there and welcome back to a new post. I’ve been wanting to write this review on the Primark Foundation for almost a month now, but I wanted to make sure that I’d tried it out a fair few times to get a proper opinion on it. Anyway, I really hope you enjoy this post and if there is any other products that you would like me to review in the future, please do let me know. 

Let’s start by talking about the packaging because packaging plays a part in making me want to try products out usually, but not so much this time. This foundation comes in a squeezey tube, which has the typical ‘PS ... My Perfect Colour’ logo on it that is recognised across all of Primarks beauty range. At just £2.50, this foundation has to be one of the cheapest ... and certainly one of the best, I’ve tried in a while. You get 35ml of product for this price and that’s actually 5ml more than you average 30ml foundation tubes. 

This foundation is said to have a medium to full coverage, but if you’re like me and use a damp beauty blender on application, then this gives more of a medium coverage. I use the shade Nude and this is perfect for my skin tone, it has just the right warm under tones and isn’t a really orangey shade ... which some other really cheap foundations are. This foundation gives a really nice natural finish with a bit of a glow, without the oily look/ feel. My skin is more on the oily side now a days and a lot of foundations end up almost sliding off of my skin throughout the day (sounds gross, I know) but this one seems to stay out and doesn’t get more oily throughout the day ... obviously this could be down to a good setting powder too, but I’ve used this with a couple of powders now and it works just the same with both.

The only downfall for me is that it’s not the easiest product to get hold of, due to Primark not having an online store to order it on and my nearest Primark is around half an hour away. However, this will just make me stock up on it every time I’m able to go into the store.

So what are my overall thoughts? Well I really like how the foundation looks and feels on the skin, it doesn’t cake up but you can also build it for a higher coverage (although it has got a good medium coverage already) and it’s very cheap for what it is. Like I said, it isn’t very easy to get hold of but that’s easily fixed with stocking up on it. They only have 7 shades in this foundation (at least that's what it shows on the Primark website) which for a cheap foundation and a fairly small brand in terms of beauty products, its actually pretty good but let's be real 7 shades isn't good enough so that would be one other negative for me. Other than the 2 negatives, I deffo think that it’s up there with one of my all time faves and it’s even better than a lot of the high end foundations I’ve tried. I cannot recommend you all to try this enough, especially if you’re on a budget. 

Thankyou so much for taking the time to read this post and I hope you enjoyed reading about my thoughts and opinion on the Primark Foundation.


You can check out my previous post here!

Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡

PRIMARK Perfect Finish Foundation Review!


Hey there and welcome back to a new post. I’ve been wanting to write this review on the Primark Foundation for almost a month now, but I wanted to make sure that I’d tried it out a fair few times to get a proper opinion on it. Anyway, I really hope you enjoy this post and if there is any other products that you would like me to review in the future, please do let me know. 

Let’s start by talking about the packaging because packaging plays a part in making me want to try products out usually, but not so much this time. This foundation comes in a squeezey tube, which has the typical ‘PS ... My Perfect Colour’ logo on it that is recognised across all of Primarks beauty range. At just £2.50, this foundation has to be one of the cheapest ... and certainly one of the best, I’ve tried in a while. You get 35ml of product for this price and that’s actually 5ml more than you average 30ml foundation tubes. 

This foundation is said to have a medium to full coverage, but if you’re like me and use a damp beauty blender on application, then this gives more of a medium coverage. I use the shade Nude and this is perfect for my skin tone, it has just the right warm under tones and isn’t a really orangey shade ... which some other really cheap foundations are. This foundation gives a really nice natural finish with a bit of a glow, without the oily look/ feel. My skin is more on the oily side now a days and a lot of foundations end up almost sliding off of my skin throughout the day (sounds gross, I know) but this one seems to stay out and doesn’t get more oily throughout the day ... obviously this could be down to a good setting powder too, but I’ve used this with a couple of powders now and it works just the same with both.

The only downfall for me is that it’s not the easiest product to get hold of, due to Primark not having an online store to order it on and my nearest Primark is around half an hour away. However, this will just make me stock up on it every time I’m able to go into the store.

So what are my overall thoughts? Well I really like how the foundation looks and feels on the skin, it doesn’t cake up but you can also build it for a higher coverage (although it has got a good medium coverage already) and it’s very cheap for what it is. Like I said, it isn’t very easy to get hold of but that’s easily fixed with stocking up on it. They only have 7 shades in this foundation (at least that's what it shows on the Primark website) which for a cheap foundation and a fairly small brand in terms of beauty products, its actually pretty good but let's be real 7 shades isn't good enough so that would be one other negative for me. Other than the 2 negatives, I deffo think that it’s up there with one of my all time faves and it’s even better than a lot of the high end foundations I’ve tried. I cannot recommend you all to try this enough, especially if you’re on a budget. 

Thankyou so much for taking the time to read this post and I hope you enjoyed reading about my thoughts and opinion on the Primark Foundation.


You can check out my previous post here!

Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡

Happy July lovelies! I can't quite believe we're over half way through the year now but I'm very happy that it's now my birthday month and very nearly the season of us Leo's. Anyway we all know what a new month means ... a monthly favourites post of course and this month I'm extra excited to be writing this one so I hope you enjoy the read.

My first favourite for the month of June is the Isn't It Peachy Palette from Makeup Obsession. When I was shopping for makeup the other week, I realised that I didn't have many face palettes and I've been particularly wanting to wear an Orange blush recently, and this was the perfect find. Boots had a buy one get another product half price and I had to take full advantage of that and I figured that it was the perfect time for me to get it. The palette has 4 different blushes, two of which are matte orangey shades, there is one more baked looking peach blush and then a more glowy peach highlight. This palette retails for just £6, the blushes are very smooth and blendable and I can't wait to continue using them over the summer months.

My next two favourites are sort of a pair and they are the Natural Collection Liner Lipstick in the shade Barely There and the Collection Cushion Lip Tint in Pretty Kiss. This has become my new favourite combo for both everyday and more glam looks. They're both warm toned nudes but the Revlon one is really creamy which makes it feel almost like a gloss. Although I hardly wear glosses or creamy lipsticks, I do like to dab this one with a tissue to give it more of a matte look, so you get the best of both worlds ... and dabbing lipsticks also helps them become more of a lip tint and they stay on longer that way. These products also work really well on their own as they have good colour pay off and you really don't to use much at all to get an opaque finish. 

Next up is the Ted Baker Body Lotion and this used to be my thinggg back in school and I used to use it all the time, until I found my absolute fave the Sanctuary Spa White Lily & Damask Rose Body Lotion. I absolutely love the smell of this body lotion, not only because it makes your skin feel super soft, but the scent of it is heavenly. I believe this may have been discontinued now because I can't find it online, apart from on Amazon or eBay (obviously just make sure they're brand new). You all know that I'm awful as describing scents but it's described as a mixture of fruits, exotic flowers, rare wood and amber.

Last but not least, is the Zara Amber Vanilla Roll on Perfume. I haven't long been using it, but I think I've found my new favourite perfume. I struggle with finding perfumes that I actually like, that don't  cost an arm and a leg, because I'm so fussy with scents. I'm not a big fan of pretty, floral-y scents, I'm more about the musky, woody and vanilla kinda scents ... I told you I'm bad at describing them. But this one is literally THE scent I want when buying perfumes.

And those were my favourites for the month of June and I really hope you enjoyed reading all about them.

You can check out my previous post here!

Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡

June Favourites 2019.


Happy July lovelies! I can't quite believe we're over half way through the year now but I'm very happy that it's now my birthday month and very nearly the season of us Leo's. Anyway we all know what a new month means ... a monthly favourites post of course and this month I'm extra excited to be writing this one so I hope you enjoy the read.

My first favourite for the month of June is the Isn't It Peachy Palette from Makeup Obsession. When I was shopping for makeup the other week, I realised that I didn't have many face palettes and I've been particularly wanting to wear an Orange blush recently, and this was the perfect find. Boots had a buy one get another product half price and I had to take full advantage of that and I figured that it was the perfect time for me to get it. The palette has 4 different blushes, two of which are matte orangey shades, there is one more baked looking peach blush and then a more glowy peach highlight. This palette retails for just £6, the blushes are very smooth and blendable and I can't wait to continue using them over the summer months.

My next two favourites are sort of a pair and they are the Natural Collection Liner Lipstick in the shade Barely There and the Collection Cushion Lip Tint in Pretty Kiss. This has become my new favourite combo for both everyday and more glam looks. They're both warm toned nudes but the Revlon one is really creamy which makes it feel almost like a gloss. Although I hardly wear glosses or creamy lipsticks, I do like to dab this one with a tissue to give it more of a matte look, so you get the best of both worlds ... and dabbing lipsticks also helps them become more of a lip tint and they stay on longer that way. These products also work really well on their own as they have good colour pay off and you really don't to use much at all to get an opaque finish. 

Next up is the Ted Baker Body Lotion and this used to be my thinggg back in school and I used to use it all the time, until I found my absolute fave the Sanctuary Spa White Lily & Damask Rose Body Lotion. I absolutely love the smell of this body lotion, not only because it makes your skin feel super soft, but the scent of it is heavenly. I believe this may have been discontinued now because I can't find it online, apart from on Amazon or eBay (obviously just make sure they're brand new). You all know that I'm awful as describing scents but it's described as a mixture of fruits, exotic flowers, rare wood and amber.

Last but not least, is the Zara Amber Vanilla Roll on Perfume. I haven't long been using it, but I think I've found my new favourite perfume. I struggle with finding perfumes that I actually like, that don't  cost an arm and a leg, because I'm so fussy with scents. I'm not a big fan of pretty, floral-y scents, I'm more about the musky, woody and vanilla kinda scents ... I told you I'm bad at describing them. But this one is literally THE scent I want when buying perfumes.

And those were my favourites for the month of June and I really hope you enjoyed reading all about them.

You can check out my previous post here!

Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡

Hey there and welcome back to a new post on my blog. A few days or so ago I uploaded my 'Top 10 Favourite Youtubers ATM' blog post and you all seemed to like that one, so I thought I would do a Blogger version. I must admit, I don't really read blogs as much as I do watch YouTube ... hense why theirs only 5 faves here ... but these are some of the bloggers I've found myself reading a whole lot more than normal throughout these past few weeks or so. Anyway, let's get into it and I hope you enjoy the read.

You can check out my fave YouTubers post here!

Makeup Savvy is one of those bloggers that I’ve read posts here and there but never really because a regular blog that I read. But recently, I have really been enjoying her posts and catching up on previous one I missed. Makeup Savvy is one of your typical beauty blogs, however there’s something about this one that seems different and stands out to me. Makeup Savvy is run by a girl called Fee and she’s been blogging for a while now. I actually found this one on bloglovin’ and I’m so glad I did. If you haven’t already checked out her blog, you can find it at www.makeupsavvy.co.uk! 

Next up is The Diary of a Spanglish Girl blog which is run by a British girl named Lauren who actually lives in Benidorm, Spain ... hence the name Spanglish. I’m such a sucker for a good travel blog or inspiring posts and this sums up Lauren’s content quite well. Not only is there travel content but there’s also a bit of some gift guides and more lifestyle posts too! Also, if you are a lover of dogs like myself, then this may be another reason to check her out because there’s always something dog related on a blog post, Twitter or Instagram. You can find her blog at www.diaryofaspanglishgirl.com. 

Now, let’s talk Poppy Deyes who I’m sure you’ve all heard of. If you haven’t, she is Alfie Deyes’ (AKA PointlessBlog) sister who started up her own blog. Her blog is over at www.poppydeyes.com and her content includes beauty, lifestyle, fashion and travel as well. I really enjoy blogs that have a mixture of anything and everything on their and I love the way Poppy has set out her blog and her template etc. 

I came across Lydia Millen’s blog through her YouTube channel when every one seemed to be talking about her a while ago. Although Lydia has been blogging for 6 years or so, I’ve only just found myself really keeping up with her posts. She posts a lot of ... yep, you guessed it ... beauty, fashion and lifestyle content but they always seem to be different to a lot of posts I’ve seen before. Such unique ideas and the photography is something else that really stands out in her posts. You can find her blog at www.lydiaelisemillen.com. 

My last favourite blog in my top 5 list is In The Frow, which is a fashion, beauty and travel blog (you can probably see a pattern here of the types of blogs I read haha!) and it’s run by a girl called Victoria. I really like Victoria’s blog because it’s got a wide range of content on there that you’re guaranteed to find something that you’ll enjoy. I also really like what she’s called her blog, although it’s a short and sweet name, it’s perfect for a blog that has fashion content on it as, if you didn’t know, frow means front row ... so in the front row essentially. You can check here blog out at www.inthefrow.com. 

Thankyou so much for taking the time to read this post, I really hope you enjoyed it. Sorry this post is later than I’d planned, but at least it’s up now!! 

Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡

My Top 5 Favourite Bloggers ATM.


Hey there and welcome back to a new post on my blog. A few days or so ago I uploaded my 'Top 10 Favourite Youtubers ATM' blog post and you all seemed to like that one, so I thought I would do a Blogger version. I must admit, I don't really read blogs as much as I do watch YouTube ... hense why theirs only 5 faves here ... but these are some of the bloggers I've found myself reading a whole lot more than normal throughout these past few weeks or so. Anyway, let's get into it and I hope you enjoy the read.

You can check out my fave YouTubers post here!

Makeup Savvy is one of those bloggers that I’ve read posts here and there but never really because a regular blog that I read. But recently, I have really been enjoying her posts and catching up on previous one I missed. Makeup Savvy is one of your typical beauty blogs, however there’s something about this one that seems different and stands out to me. Makeup Savvy is run by a girl called Fee and she’s been blogging for a while now. I actually found this one on bloglovin’ and I’m so glad I did. If you haven’t already checked out her blog, you can find it at www.makeupsavvy.co.uk! 

Next up is The Diary of a Spanglish Girl blog which is run by a British girl named Lauren who actually lives in Benidorm, Spain ... hence the name Spanglish. I’m such a sucker for a good travel blog or inspiring posts and this sums up Lauren’s content quite well. Not only is there travel content but there’s also a bit of some gift guides and more lifestyle posts too! Also, if you are a lover of dogs like myself, then this may be another reason to check her out because there’s always something dog related on a blog post, Twitter or Instagram. You can find her blog at www.diaryofaspanglishgirl.com. 

Now, let’s talk Poppy Deyes who I’m sure you’ve all heard of. If you haven’t, she is Alfie Deyes’ (AKA PointlessBlog) sister who started up her own blog. Her blog is over at www.poppydeyes.com and her content includes beauty, lifestyle, fashion and travel as well. I really enjoy blogs that have a mixture of anything and everything on their and I love the way Poppy has set out her blog and her template etc. 

I came across Lydia Millen’s blog through her YouTube channel when every one seemed to be talking about her a while ago. Although Lydia has been blogging for 6 years or so, I’ve only just found myself really keeping up with her posts. She posts a lot of ... yep, you guessed it ... beauty, fashion and lifestyle content but they always seem to be different to a lot of posts I’ve seen before. Such unique ideas and the photography is something else that really stands out in her posts. You can find her blog at www.lydiaelisemillen.com. 

My last favourite blog in my top 5 list is In The Frow, which is a fashion, beauty and travel blog (you can probably see a pattern here of the types of blogs I read haha!) and it’s run by a girl called Victoria. I really like Victoria’s blog because it’s got a wide range of content on there that you’re guaranteed to find something that you’ll enjoy. I also really like what she’s called her blog, although it’s a short and sweet name, it’s perfect for a blog that has fashion content on it as, if you didn’t know, frow means front row ... so in the front row essentially. You can check here blog out at www.inthefrow.com. 

Thankyou so much for taking the time to read this post, I really hope you enjoyed it. Sorry this post is later than I’d planned, but at least it’s up now!! 

Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡
Hey there and welcome back to another post on my blog. I haven't done a TAG post in quite a while, so I thought it was about time to bring them back and do another one. Today I will be doing the anti-favourites TAG and I hope you enjoy the read. 

1. What is your least favourite makeup finish?


This very much depends on thee makeup product because when it comes to lipsticks, it's a matte finish all day long for me, but for foundation I love a bit of a dewy finish, like a natural glow.

2. What is your least favourite beauty product(s)? (Like highlighters, glitter, primer, Oil cleansers, hair masks, etc also be specific if you want)

I definitely have a love, hate relationship with glitters. I feel like they can absolutely make or break a look, because one wrong move and it's in your hair, eye brows, all over your face and in your lap and it just NEVER goes away. It'll be a week later and you'll still be finding bits of glitter everywhere. So I'd definitely say loose glitter. I do want to start sharing more of the products that don't live up to their hype or just aren't great so with my monthly favourites, you may see a monthly anti-favourites or something ... let me work on the name though.

3. What is your least favourite beauty trend? (Spider Lashes, Over Plucking Brows, Sharpie Brows, wavy lips, etc)


I mean come on they were all pretty bad but I'd say the over plucked brows. We've all been there where we've got a bit tweezer happy or maybe even had a Georgia Nicholson moment with a razor, but yeah that wasn't a great time. Especially as I went through this stage before filling your brows in was even a thing.

4. What is your least favourite colour to wear on your lips?


Call me boring, but a good ol' nude is deffo one of my faves on an everyday basis. But on holiday, or when I've got a good tan, I love an Orange they just really make my eyes pop.

5. What is your least favourite product(s) in your collection? (Like product regrets)

MAC Painterly Paint Pot is something I used to really like using when I first got into makeup, but now-a-days I just can't get on with it. 


6. What product is at the top of your Anti-Haul (will not buy) list?

Not to jump on the bandwagon or anything, but with all the drama that Jaclyn Hill is having with her brand at the moment, it doesn't look like I'll be trying her lipsticks out just yet!!

7. What is your least favourite product you've ever tried?

It HAS to be the NYX Vivid Brights eye liners, they're so thick and are the worst for cracking and clumping up. I really wouldn't recommend them.


8. What is your least favourite/banned brand(s)?

I think it's really hard to dislike a whole brand because a lot of brands have their really good products and the ones that flop and aren't so good, so I couldn't name just one brand that I dislike as a whole.


9. What is your least favourite TV show/TV show you are not interested in?

There's so many of the overly hyped about TV shows and series that I just can't get into and a couple of them would be Game of Thrones and Friends. 


10. What is your least favourite movie/movie you are not interested in?


I think people may come for me on this one but it's gotta be Harry Potter, I've just never found them interesting or good. I've tried to watch them a couple of times but each time I've ended up falling asleep in the first 10 minutes.

11. What is your least favourite social media platform?

I'd say Facebook. I was never really a big Facebook user anyway, but I feel like hardly anyone really uses it now a days. I like other social media platforms for different reasons, like Instagram for sharing makeup looks, twitter for connecting with fellow bloggers and people but Facebook just isn't it. 

13. What is your least favourite genre of music?


When it comes to music I listen to literally any kind of music and if I like, I like it. But my least favourite has to be either Opera or Rock music.

14. What is your least favourite food?


I always thinking of myself as being quite fussy, but now I'm actually trying to think of something that I don't like, I just can't think of one. But something that I've always had a love had relationship with are eggs ... bit random but yeah that's my least favourite. Eggs or anything really spicy.
You can check out my previous post here!

Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡

The Anti-Favourites TAG.

Hey there and welcome back to another post on my blog. I haven't done a TAG post in quite a while, so I thought it was about time to bring them back and do another one. Today I will be doing the anti-favourites TAG and I hope you enjoy the read. 

1. What is your least favourite makeup finish?


This very much depends on thee makeup product because when it comes to lipsticks, it's a matte finish all day long for me, but for foundation I love a bit of a dewy finish, like a natural glow.

2. What is your least favourite beauty product(s)? (Like highlighters, glitter, primer, Oil cleansers, hair masks, etc also be specific if you want)

I definitely have a love, hate relationship with glitters. I feel like they can absolutely make or break a look, because one wrong move and it's in your hair, eye brows, all over your face and in your lap and it just NEVER goes away. It'll be a week later and you'll still be finding bits of glitter everywhere. So I'd definitely say loose glitter. I do want to start sharing more of the products that don't live up to their hype or just aren't great so with my monthly favourites, you may see a monthly anti-favourites or something ... let me work on the name though.

3. What is your least favourite beauty trend? (Spider Lashes, Over Plucking Brows, Sharpie Brows, wavy lips, etc)


I mean come on they were all pretty bad but I'd say the over plucked brows. We've all been there where we've got a bit tweezer happy or maybe even had a Georgia Nicholson moment with a razor, but yeah that wasn't a great time. Especially as I went through this stage before filling your brows in was even a thing.

4. What is your least favourite colour to wear on your lips?


Call me boring, but a good ol' nude is deffo one of my faves on an everyday basis. But on holiday, or when I've got a good tan, I love an Orange they just really make my eyes pop.

5. What is your least favourite product(s) in your collection? (Like product regrets)

MAC Painterly Paint Pot is something I used to really like using when I first got into makeup, but now-a-days I just can't get on with it. 


6. What product is at the top of your Anti-Haul (will not buy) list?

Not to jump on the bandwagon or anything, but with all the drama that Jaclyn Hill is having with her brand at the moment, it doesn't look like I'll be trying her lipsticks out just yet!!

7. What is your least favourite product you've ever tried?

It HAS to be the NYX Vivid Brights eye liners, they're so thick and are the worst for cracking and clumping up. I really wouldn't recommend them.


8. What is your least favourite/banned brand(s)?

I think it's really hard to dislike a whole brand because a lot of brands have their really good products and the ones that flop and aren't so good, so I couldn't name just one brand that I dislike as a whole.


9. What is your least favourite TV show/TV show you are not interested in?

There's so many of the overly hyped about TV shows and series that I just can't get into and a couple of them would be Game of Thrones and Friends. 


10. What is your least favourite movie/movie you are not interested in?


I think people may come for me on this one but it's gotta be Harry Potter, I've just never found them interesting or good. I've tried to watch them a couple of times but each time I've ended up falling asleep in the first 10 minutes.

11. What is your least favourite social media platform?

I'd say Facebook. I was never really a big Facebook user anyway, but I feel like hardly anyone really uses it now a days. I like other social media platforms for different reasons, like Instagram for sharing makeup looks, twitter for connecting with fellow bloggers and people but Facebook just isn't it. 

13. What is your least favourite genre of music?


When it comes to music I listen to literally any kind of music and if I like, I like it. But my least favourite has to be either Opera or Rock music.

14. What is your least favourite food?


I always thinking of myself as being quite fussy, but now I'm actually trying to think of something that I don't like, I just can't think of one. But something that I've always had a love had relationship with are eggs ... bit random but yeah that's my least favourite. Eggs or anything really spicy.
You can check out my previous post here!

Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡
I can't believe Summer is literally here, my absolute favourite season, it's our season summer babies. The sun, the sea, the festivals, the beer gardens, the beach holidays ... what's not to love eh? But you know what makes those things even better? The music and the summer TUNESSS are out in full force and I cannot get enough of them. For today's post, I wanted to share my current playlist with you all. This playlist includes some of the latest songs in the charts at the moment, and also some older songs that I haven't taken off repeat. I hope you enjoy this post, if you do please make sure you subscribe to my blog which you can do below and I'll see you soon with a new post.

For today's post, I thought it would be good to get some other bloggers involved to share their playlist / favourite songs for this time of the year, to do a 2019 version of my 'THE BLOGGER PLAYLIST FOR ALL THE SUMMER VIBES' post from this time last year. I love getting other bloggers involved in these kind of posts because everyone’s style or writing is so different and I get to share other bloggers with a new audience.  I will include all the other bloggers links below so make sure you check them out and I hope you enjoy!

My Faves:

19 You + Me by Dan and Shay

Although literally every single song by Dan and Shay is a favourite of mine, 19 You + Me in particular makes me feel summer and the fact that it's finally the summer of 19, it just feels so fitting.

SOS by Avicii and Aloe Blacc

This song has been on repeat for the past few weeks and I absolutely love it. It has those vibes of a lot of other songs that have been summer anthems in the past.

I Don't Care by Ed Sheeran

Another new one is in my list because this is a current fave and let's be honest, any Ed Sheeran song is an absolute banger and obviously I'm gonna love it.

Cola by CamelPhat and Elderbrook

This one has been in my Spotify playlist for a good few years. It's one of those songs that I completely forget about and then I hear it again and I can't take it off repeat.

Barcelona by Ed Sheeran

WHAT A TUNE this one is! This one has hints of Spanish which we've all seen us brits go mad for with other songs like Despacito and it really makes me want to go back to Barcelona.

Say it to my Face by Madison Beer

This song isn't necessary summery, but when I was in India this was one of the songs that I had on repeat and it just takes me back ahhh.

Alix Kate:
Blog- www.alixkate.co.uk
YouTube- makeupwithalixkate
Instagram- @AlixKateBlog

I am a 21 year old beauty blogger / YouTuber from the UK with a huge passion for makeup! I also love to spend the summer time in pub gardens, with my family/friends and BBQ’s with lots of delicious food. 

Jess Glynne - Rather Be
Sigala ft Becky Hill - Wish You Well
David Guetta ft Rays - Stay
Gorgon City - Ready For Your Love

I like these songs because they just have happy and party vibes and that’s what summers all about. 

Charlotte:
 My name is Charlotte and I’m a Lifestyle and Family blogger over at http://thehiveat28.com. I’m a first time mama to Rufus, doggy mama to Jasper and tortoise mama to Professor Dumbletort. Here’s my Top 5 songs on my playlist this summer!


bad guy - Billie Eilish: absolutely loving this at the moment - not to mention it sends my 10 week old baby boy straight off to sleep... don’t know if it’s the repetition or the bassy-ness but he loves it!



What’s up? - 4 Non Blondes: NEVER FAILS. Always makes me sing along like I’m back in the 90s - crimped hair and all! I can listen to it on repeat all. day. long. 



Little Wonder - David Bowie: absolutely love Bowie and when I want a summer song, I always go back to this one. It’s just so cheerful and sounds EPIC blaring out of the car window. 



ME! - Taylor Swift ft. Brendan Urie: I LOVE Panic! at the Disco (takes me back to being 16 again) and this song is full of summer vibes! 



Two Doors Down - Mystery Jets: I love Mystery Jets and I remember seeing them when I was at uni and it was an amazing gig. I love this song and it always takes me back to uni - one of the best times of my life. 


You can check out my previous post here!
Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡

The Blogger Playlist For All The Summer Vibes! || 2019.

I can't believe Summer is literally here, my absolute favourite season, it's our season summer babies. The sun, the sea, the festivals, the beer gardens, the beach holidays ... what's not to love eh? But you know what makes those things even better? The music and the summer TUNESSS are out in full force and I cannot get enough of them. For today's post, I wanted to share my current playlist with you all. This playlist includes some of the latest songs in the charts at the moment, and also some older songs that I haven't taken off repeat. I hope you enjoy this post, if you do please make sure you subscribe to my blog which you can do below and I'll see you soon with a new post.

For today's post, I thought it would be good to get some other bloggers involved to share their playlist / favourite songs for this time of the year, to do a 2019 version of my 'THE BLOGGER PLAYLIST FOR ALL THE SUMMER VIBES' post from this time last year. I love getting other bloggers involved in these kind of posts because everyone’s style or writing is so different and I get to share other bloggers with a new audience.  I will include all the other bloggers links below so make sure you check them out and I hope you enjoy!

My Faves:

19 You + Me by Dan and Shay

Although literally every single song by Dan and Shay is a favourite of mine, 19 You + Me in particular makes me feel summer and the fact that it's finally the summer of 19, it just feels so fitting.

SOS by Avicii and Aloe Blacc

This song has been on repeat for the past few weeks and I absolutely love it. It has those vibes of a lot of other songs that have been summer anthems in the past.

I Don't Care by Ed Sheeran

Another new one is in my list because this is a current fave and let's be honest, any Ed Sheeran song is an absolute banger and obviously I'm gonna love it.

Cola by CamelPhat and Elderbrook

This one has been in my Spotify playlist for a good few years. It's one of those songs that I completely forget about and then I hear it again and I can't take it off repeat.

Barcelona by Ed Sheeran

WHAT A TUNE this one is! This one has hints of Spanish which we've all seen us brits go mad for with other songs like Despacito and it really makes me want to go back to Barcelona.

Say it to my Face by Madison Beer

This song isn't necessary summery, but when I was in India this was one of the songs that I had on repeat and it just takes me back ahhh.

Alix Kate:
Blog- www.alixkate.co.uk
YouTube- makeupwithalixkate
Instagram- @AlixKateBlog

I am a 21 year old beauty blogger / YouTuber from the UK with a huge passion for makeup! I also love to spend the summer time in pub gardens, with my family/friends and BBQ’s with lots of delicious food. 

Jess Glynne - Rather Be
Sigala ft Becky Hill - Wish You Well
David Guetta ft Rays - Stay
Gorgon City - Ready For Your Love

I like these songs because they just have happy and party vibes and that’s what summers all about. 

Charlotte:
 My name is Charlotte and I’m a Lifestyle and Family blogger over at http://thehiveat28.com. I’m a first time mama to Rufus, doggy mama to Jasper and tortoise mama to Professor Dumbletort. Here’s my Top 5 songs on my playlist this summer!


bad guy - Billie Eilish: absolutely loving this at the moment - not to mention it sends my 10 week old baby boy straight off to sleep... don’t know if it’s the repetition or the bassy-ness but he loves it!



What’s up? - 4 Non Blondes: NEVER FAILS. Always makes me sing along like I’m back in the 90s - crimped hair and all! I can listen to it on repeat all. day. long. 



Little Wonder - David Bowie: absolutely love Bowie and when I want a summer song, I always go back to this one. It’s just so cheerful and sounds EPIC blaring out of the car window. 



ME! - Taylor Swift ft. Brendan Urie: I LOVE Panic! at the Disco (takes me back to being 16 again) and this song is full of summer vibes! 



Two Doors Down - Mystery Jets: I love Mystery Jets and I remember seeing them when I was at uni and it was an amazing gig. I love this song and it always takes me back to uni - one of the best times of my life. 


You can check out my previous post here!
Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡
Hey there and welcome back to another post on my blog. After the last few weeks or so of being on a spending ban, I decided that as soon as payday rolled around, that I would add some new bits to my makeup and skincare collection. I picked up quite a few bits and I know you all love a good haul, so let's see what I picked up!

So I'm going to start with the couple of bits that I picked up in Primark. As far as I can remember, I don't think I've tried anything from their makeup range ... maybe like the odd lipstick or something, and the foundation is something that everyone has been talking about for a while so naturally, I had to try it out. This foundation retails at just £2.50 and you do get quite a big tube for that price. I picked up the shade NUDE. I'm not going to say too much about this because I am going to be reviewing it for the next part of my Foundation Reviewing series, but let's just say I was shocked and I'll leave it at that.

You can check out my Foundation Review Series here!

I then saw the Matte Lipsticks, which you all know I'm all about. I was going to pick up a nude but I've come to the realisation that I have WAY too many and this Red shade stood out to me. This lipstick is in the shade Limbo and it's the literal perfect red shade for me ... not to light or dark but also seems a bit like an orangey red and I LOOVVVE it!!! This lipstick retails at £1.50 and it's super smooth and creamy, so it's not a drying matte but I always dab my lips with some tissue or something to make my lipsticks more like a tint. There's nothing about this lipstick that I can't shout about and for the price, you can just bet I'm gonna be stocking up on all the shades ... not that I need them, but I need them, you feel me?!

Next up is the Lifeproof Concealer from Sleek Makeup. I actually really like sleek makeup products, but I've only tried a couple of products from their before, so I wanted to try out more of their range. And obviously, when I saw that Boots had a 3 for 2 offer on makeup, I thought it was the best time to try them. Also, just a quick heads up that this post was written over a week ago, before I did the Sleek Concealer review, but I didn't know how to fit it in with my schedule and when to upload it. If you would like to hear my thoughts on this concealer in more depth, you can click here.

I also picked up the Lip Dose from Sleek, because I've been wanting to add more creamy lipsticks to my makeup collection as it's very much all about the mattes at the moment. During the summer, my lips tend to get really dry and using something more creamy ... obviously other than gloss, helps them to stay hydrated. I'm really fussy when it comes to lip glosses because I don't like the sticky feeling some of them give, so a creamy lipstick works a treat. I picked up the shade 'Say My Name' which is a nude-y pink. I love how I said I wanted something different in my collection and STILL went for a nude, but this one is described as a Mauve, so it's a little different ... right?!


Now, let's move on to Skincare. I go through stages of taking really good care of my skin and then when it's cleared up, I get lazy with it again. My skin used to be more combination skin, with very dry patches under my eyes and round my nose and kind of oily round the perimeter of my face. But nowadays it's got very oily and I think sometimes I use this as an excuse not to be so on top of my game when it comes to skin care. So, I thought what better way to get me back into loving my skin again than trying some new bits out. I picked up the Soap & Glory Puffy Eye Attack and the Simple Skin Quench Sleeping Cream. These are both gel based creams, which I heard were the best types of creams to use when you have oily skin because they're oil-free and are said to hydrate the skin, without leaving it feeling greasy. So far I'm really enjoying using these products and I wake up in the morning to my skin feeling super soft. 




Thankyou so much for taking the time to read this post, I really hope you enjoyed the read and I'll see you soon with a new one!

You can check out my previous post here!
Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡

New In For June || Beauty Haul.

Hey there and welcome back to another post on my blog. After the last few weeks or so of being on a spending ban, I decided that as soon as payday rolled around, that I would add some new bits to my makeup and skincare collection. I picked up quite a few bits and I know you all love a good haul, so let's see what I picked up!

So I'm going to start with the couple of bits that I picked up in Primark. As far as I can remember, I don't think I've tried anything from their makeup range ... maybe like the odd lipstick or something, and the foundation is something that everyone has been talking about for a while so naturally, I had to try it out. This foundation retails at just £2.50 and you do get quite a big tube for that price. I picked up the shade NUDE. I'm not going to say too much about this because I am going to be reviewing it for the next part of my Foundation Reviewing series, but let's just say I was shocked and I'll leave it at that.

You can check out my Foundation Review Series here!

I then saw the Matte Lipsticks, which you all know I'm all about. I was going to pick up a nude but I've come to the realisation that I have WAY too many and this Red shade stood out to me. This lipstick is in the shade Limbo and it's the literal perfect red shade for me ... not to light or dark but also seems a bit like an orangey red and I LOOVVVE it!!! This lipstick retails at £1.50 and it's super smooth and creamy, so it's not a drying matte but I always dab my lips with some tissue or something to make my lipsticks more like a tint. There's nothing about this lipstick that I can't shout about and for the price, you can just bet I'm gonna be stocking up on all the shades ... not that I need them, but I need them, you feel me?!

Next up is the Lifeproof Concealer from Sleek Makeup. I actually really like sleek makeup products, but I've only tried a couple of products from their before, so I wanted to try out more of their range. And obviously, when I saw that Boots had a 3 for 2 offer on makeup, I thought it was the best time to try them. Also, just a quick heads up that this post was written over a week ago, before I did the Sleek Concealer review, but I didn't know how to fit it in with my schedule and when to upload it. If you would like to hear my thoughts on this concealer in more depth, you can click here.

I also picked up the Lip Dose from Sleek, because I've been wanting to add more creamy lipsticks to my makeup collection as it's very much all about the mattes at the moment. During the summer, my lips tend to get really dry and using something more creamy ... obviously other than gloss, helps them to stay hydrated. I'm really fussy when it comes to lip glosses because I don't like the sticky feeling some of them give, so a creamy lipstick works a treat. I picked up the shade 'Say My Name' which is a nude-y pink. I love how I said I wanted something different in my collection and STILL went for a nude, but this one is described as a Mauve, so it's a little different ... right?!


Now, let's move on to Skincare. I go through stages of taking really good care of my skin and then when it's cleared up, I get lazy with it again. My skin used to be more combination skin, with very dry patches under my eyes and round my nose and kind of oily round the perimeter of my face. But nowadays it's got very oily and I think sometimes I use this as an excuse not to be so on top of my game when it comes to skin care. So, I thought what better way to get me back into loving my skin again than trying some new bits out. I picked up the Soap & Glory Puffy Eye Attack and the Simple Skin Quench Sleeping Cream. These are both gel based creams, which I heard were the best types of creams to use when you have oily skin because they're oil-free and are said to hydrate the skin, without leaving it feeling greasy. So far I'm really enjoying using these products and I wake up in the morning to my skin feeling super soft. 




Thankyou so much for taking the time to read this post, I really hope you enjoyed the read and I'll see you soon with a new one!

You can check out my previous post here!
Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡
Hey there and welcome back to another post on my blog. For today’s post I’m coming at you with another product review. I’ve been really enjoying testing out and reviewing products lately and you seem to be enjoying reading them, so I thought I should do another one. Today I’ll be review the Sleek MakeUP Lifeproof Concealer, which you may have seen in my Boots Haul post. (That post will actually be going up after this one, so make sure you keep an eye out for it as I know you all love a good haul post!!)
Before we get round to talking about the product itself, let’s talk a bit about the package because we all know how much packaging encourages me to buy a new product so it can sit and look pretty in my collection. The packaging for this concealer is quite basic and minimalistic, with the clear tube and the black lid with the sleek logo on it. The tube itself is quite thick and it’s almost comparable to the Revolution Conceal and Define Supersize Concealer in terms of size. 

Although the packaging is pretty big compared to a lot of concealer packaging, the dofut applicator is much smaller than expected and it also hasn’t got much of a sponge on the end. This does make it feel quite sharp and harsh in the skin when applying it and this makes it quite difficult to get the product out. Due to this you do have to go in a few times to get more product on to the applicator to get enough product out in order to blend. Although it could be seen as a negative that it’s hard to get the product out of the tube, I think it has taught me to use less concealer for everyday looks, as I do usually slap it on like there’s not tomorrow but this could be seen as a positive too because it’ll last longer. In the reviews that I have read on the website, people have said that it does last a while anyway, which is always a good thing.
This concealer is said to give a full coverage, however, due to the fact not much product comes out, I would say it’s more of a medium, yet buildable, coverage. I think this would be a good product to use for a more natural, lightweight base. With 11 Shades in the collection I think it’s quite a wide range, particularly do a drugstore brand. However, I do feel like the shade range could be wider to be more inclusive. 

Retailing at just £6.99 places it almost in the middle when it comes to prices for drugstore concealers. I do think that it’s well priced for the amount of product you get (7.4ml) and the quality of the product itself, however I do think their could be some improvements when it comes to the applicator, as personally this is the only downfall for me when it comes to this product. 

Thankyou so much for taking the time to read this post, I really do appreciate it. I’m uploading a whole lot more now so please be sure to check out my previous posts if you enjoyed this one! (Or if this wasn’t your cup of tea, then I’m sure you can find something that is in the archive).


You can check out my previous post here!
Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡

Sleek MakeUP Lifeproof Concealer Review.

Hey there and welcome back to another post on my blog. For today’s post I’m coming at you with another product review. I’ve been really enjoying testing out and reviewing products lately and you seem to be enjoying reading them, so I thought I should do another one. Today I’ll be review the Sleek MakeUP Lifeproof Concealer, which you may have seen in my Boots Haul post. (That post will actually be going up after this one, so make sure you keep an eye out for it as I know you all love a good haul post!!)
Before we get round to talking about the product itself, let’s talk a bit about the package because we all know how much packaging encourages me to buy a new product so it can sit and look pretty in my collection. The packaging for this concealer is quite basic and minimalistic, with the clear tube and the black lid with the sleek logo on it. The tube itself is quite thick and it’s almost comparable to the Revolution Conceal and Define Supersize Concealer in terms of size. 

Although the packaging is pretty big compared to a lot of concealer packaging, the dofut applicator is much smaller than expected and it also hasn’t got much of a sponge on the end. This does make it feel quite sharp and harsh in the skin when applying it and this makes it quite difficult to get the product out. Due to this you do have to go in a few times to get more product on to the applicator to get enough product out in order to blend. Although it could be seen as a negative that it’s hard to get the product out of the tube, I think it has taught me to use less concealer for everyday looks, as I do usually slap it on like there’s not tomorrow but this could be seen as a positive too because it’ll last longer. In the reviews that I have read on the website, people have said that it does last a while anyway, which is always a good thing.
This concealer is said to give a full coverage, however, due to the fact not much product comes out, I would say it’s more of a medium, yet buildable, coverage. I think this would be a good product to use for a more natural, lightweight base. With 11 Shades in the collection I think it’s quite a wide range, particularly do a drugstore brand. However, I do feel like the shade range could be wider to be more inclusive. 

Retailing at just £6.99 places it almost in the middle when it comes to prices for drugstore concealers. I do think that it’s well priced for the amount of product you get (7.4ml) and the quality of the product itself, however I do think their could be some improvements when it comes to the applicator, as personally this is the only downfall for me when it comes to this product. 

Thankyou so much for taking the time to read this post, I really do appreciate it. I’m uploading a whole lot more now so please be sure to check out my previous posts if you enjoyed this one! (Or if this wasn’t your cup of tea, then I’m sure you can find something that is in the archive).


You can check out my previous post here!
Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡
Hey there and welcome to a new post on my blog. Fathers day is fast approaching in the UK and I don't know about you, but buying gifts for men is just SO difficult and that's why I thought I would share a gift guide in today's post to hopefully help some of you out. Obviously these are all ideas, but any items I can find direct links to will be linked below!


DIOR Sauvage >> link <<
Virgin Experience Days >> link <<
lookfantastic Limited Edition Father's Day Collection (Worth £136) >> link <<
Apple Airpods >> link <<
Trainers
CD's
Box Set's
Concert Tickets

Thankyou so much for taking the time to read this post, I hope this helped you out with finding the perfect gift to give this Father's Day! 

You can check out my previous post here!
Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡

Father's Day Gift Guide 2019.

Hey there and welcome to a new post on my blog. Fathers day is fast approaching in the UK and I don't know about you, but buying gifts for men is just SO difficult and that's why I thought I would share a gift guide in today's post to hopefully help some of you out. Obviously these are all ideas, but any items I can find direct links to will be linked below!


DIOR Sauvage >> link <<
Virgin Experience Days >> link <<
lookfantastic Limited Edition Father's Day Collection (Worth £136) >> link <<
Apple Airpods >> link <<
Trainers
CD's
Box Set's
Concert Tickets

Thankyou so much for taking the time to read this post, I hope this helped you out with finding the perfect gift to give this Father's Day! 

You can check out my previous post here!
Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡
Hey there and welcome back to a new post on my blog. It's been so long since I did a post about my favourite youtubers to watch, so I thought I would do an updated one, especially as I'm watching so many different ones than I was when I last did this post. I have noticed that I've steered away from watching beauty videos as much as I did before and now I'm very much into watching vlogs, challenges and exploring videos at the moment. Anyway, let's get into it!

SYDANDELL
I’ve only recently started watching SYDANDELL properly, because before I had only watch them every so often. However, now I’m watching them religiously and I even went back and watch probably every single one they’ve ever uploaded. SYDANDELL are best friends, if it isn’t obvious one of them is called Sydney and the others called Ellie and they’re 21 and 22. They upload a mixture of beauty, fashion and travel videos as well as drive with me’s and they’ve also recently started a blog channel by the name of SYDANDELLVLOGS. I deffo recommend checking they’re videos soon! 

Gibi ASMR
Well I just had to include one ASMRtist on here didn’t I? ASMR is such a popular thing on YouTube at the moment and I really have been enjoying watching/listening to it recently. Gibi does a range of different types of videos and they’re all so relaxing and really good for people with anxiety to.

Steph Pappas
For those of you who haven’t watched any of Stephs videos, she does mukbangs and tbh I don’t know why I like watching her videos because all she does is eat and talk about random stuff, but I find her funny ... especially the videos with her dad. I came across Stephs channel a year or so ago and I always keep up with her videos now.

Jess & Gabriel
I have been watching Jess and Gabriel since before the got engaged and I think they’re just so cute. If you haven’t seen these two, then Jess is Australian and Gabe is American and they got married and now live in LA together. I really like watching their vlogs and keeping up with their lives. If you’re into couple YouTubers then do make sure you check them out.


Sam & Colby
I actually found Sam & Colbys channel through another America YouTuber called Brennen Taylor. Sam & Colby are known for both exploring videos and haunted videos. They’ve done a number of 3am challenge videos and ghost hunting and I like their videos particularly because they’re so different to a lot of other youtubers that I watch. 


Family Fizz
I’ve been watching family fizz for quite a while now and recently they’ve become one of my go to channels to watch. For those that don’t know, they’re a family vlog channel and they do a number of different challenges and travel vlog style videos as well as just everyday vlogs. They move around the world quite often to live in different countries for a long period of time each and at the moment they’re in Dubai. I really recommend this channel to you all. 



Elle Darby
Elle Darby has been one of those youtubers that I’ve watched on and off for so long, but recently I’ve been really keeping up with her videos. She does a lot of beauty, fashion and also vlog style videos as well as challenges with her boyfriend, who also has a channel. She has nearly 250k subscribers but I love how real and easy to watch she is. She’s also shared a few videos about her weight loss, surgery and more personal topics, so if you’re into those sort of videos then I deffo recommend checking her channel out. 



Hannah Renee
Hannah is a beauty youtuber with over 400k subscribers and after a while of not watching her, I’ve become hooked on her videos again. As well as beauty videos, she also does vlogs as well as girl talk videos and I find them so interesting. I really like her travel vlogs imparticuler, although they’re not regularly uploaded, I do look forward to seeing them. 


Sidemen

This one sort of goes without saying and I’m sure you all know who the sidemen are. If you don’t they’re a British group of 7 guys who upload lots of challenge videos, a lot of them vlog style and I find them really entertaining and funny. They used to be called the ultimate sidemen and they have over 4 million subs on the main sidemen channel. They all have separate channels as well which are KSI, miniminter, behzinga, Zerkaa, wroetoshaw, tbjzl and Vikkstar123.


Talia Maizels
Last but not least is Talia Maizels. I came across Talia’s channel probably over a year ago now and this was through one of her drive with mes which I think are the videos that made her popular. Talia does a number of different types of videos including makeup, vlogs, drive with me’s, challenges and more. She is so relatable and also so normal, which is nice to see on YouTube now a days.

Thankyou so much for taking the time to read my latest post, I hope you enjoyed. I’ll be back in a couple of days with a new post, but be sure to check out my previous posts until then.
You can check out my previous post here!
Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡

My Top 10 Favourite YouTubers ATM.

Hey there and welcome back to a new post on my blog. It's been so long since I did a post about my favourite youtubers to watch, so I thought I would do an updated one, especially as I'm watching so many different ones than I was when I last did this post. I have noticed that I've steered away from watching beauty videos as much as I did before and now I'm very much into watching vlogs, challenges and exploring videos at the moment. Anyway, let's get into it!

SYDANDELL
I’ve only recently started watching SYDANDELL properly, because before I had only watch them every so often. However, now I’m watching them religiously and I even went back and watch probably every single one they’ve ever uploaded. SYDANDELL are best friends, if it isn’t obvious one of them is called Sydney and the others called Ellie and they’re 21 and 22. They upload a mixture of beauty, fashion and travel videos as well as drive with me’s and they’ve also recently started a blog channel by the name of SYDANDELLVLOGS. I deffo recommend checking they’re videos soon! 

Gibi ASMR
Well I just had to include one ASMRtist on here didn’t I? ASMR is such a popular thing on YouTube at the moment and I really have been enjoying watching/listening to it recently. Gibi does a range of different types of videos and they’re all so relaxing and really good for people with anxiety to.

Steph Pappas
For those of you who haven’t watched any of Stephs videos, she does mukbangs and tbh I don’t know why I like watching her videos because all she does is eat and talk about random stuff, but I find her funny ... especially the videos with her dad. I came across Stephs channel a year or so ago and I always keep up with her videos now.

Jess & Gabriel
I have been watching Jess and Gabriel since before the got engaged and I think they’re just so cute. If you haven’t seen these two, then Jess is Australian and Gabe is American and they got married and now live in LA together. I really like watching their vlogs and keeping up with their lives. If you’re into couple YouTubers then do make sure you check them out.


Sam & Colby
I actually found Sam & Colbys channel through another America YouTuber called Brennen Taylor. Sam & Colby are known for both exploring videos and haunted videos. They’ve done a number of 3am challenge videos and ghost hunting and I like their videos particularly because they’re so different to a lot of other youtubers that I watch. 


Family Fizz
I’ve been watching family fizz for quite a while now and recently they’ve become one of my go to channels to watch. For those that don’t know, they’re a family vlog channel and they do a number of different challenges and travel vlog style videos as well as just everyday vlogs. They move around the world quite often to live in different countries for a long period of time each and at the moment they’re in Dubai. I really recommend this channel to you all. 



Elle Darby
Elle Darby has been one of those youtubers that I’ve watched on and off for so long, but recently I’ve been really keeping up with her videos. She does a lot of beauty, fashion and also vlog style videos as well as challenges with her boyfriend, who also has a channel. She has nearly 250k subscribers but I love how real and easy to watch she is. She’s also shared a few videos about her weight loss, surgery and more personal topics, so if you’re into those sort of videos then I deffo recommend checking her channel out. 



Hannah Renee
Hannah is a beauty youtuber with over 400k subscribers and after a while of not watching her, I’ve become hooked on her videos again. As well as beauty videos, she also does vlogs as well as girl talk videos and I find them so interesting. I really like her travel vlogs imparticuler, although they’re not regularly uploaded, I do look forward to seeing them. 


Sidemen

This one sort of goes without saying and I’m sure you all know who the sidemen are. If you don’t they’re a British group of 7 guys who upload lots of challenge videos, a lot of them vlog style and I find them really entertaining and funny. They used to be called the ultimate sidemen and they have over 4 million subs on the main sidemen channel. They all have separate channels as well which are KSI, miniminter, behzinga, Zerkaa, wroetoshaw, tbjzl and Vikkstar123.


Talia Maizels
Last but not least is Talia Maizels. I came across Talia’s channel probably over a year ago now and this was through one of her drive with mes which I think are the videos that made her popular. Talia does a number of different types of videos including makeup, vlogs, drive with me’s, challenges and more. She is so relatable and also so normal, which is nice to see on YouTube now a days.

Thankyou so much for taking the time to read my latest post, I hope you enjoyed. I’ll be back in a couple of days with a new post, but be sure to check out my previous posts until then.
You can check out my previous post here!
Until Next Time,
Luci ♡♡
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