Friday

Bath and Unwind Beauty Box



I am not usually a beauty blogger, but since I've collaborated with Bath and Unwind I thought I would give it my bet shot! 
A few of my favourite products from the B&U Beauty Box I received.

First up, the Macadamia Healing Oil Treatment. This has quickly become a make up bag essential. If my hair is feeling frizzy and lifeless I apply a small amount, as I find it goes quite a long way. I rub it directly through the ends of my hair and I try and avoid anything going near my roots as my hair is prone to getting greasy, very quickly! 

Next is Phyto PhytoBaume Hydration Conditioner. I've really been loving this product ever since I first used it. It leaves my hair feeling light and silky, which is a rarity for my heavy locks! It smells great and you only need a small amount so this bottle has lasted me quite a few washes. It has definitely become a bathroom staple! 

Activbod Feel Great Shower Concentrate. The green tea extract really shines through with this product. I like to use it in the morning before work as it's so refreshing and really wakes up your  senses. 

These are just a few of the products I have been using at the moment. As you can see I still have plenty more to try so watch out for some more Bath and Unwind Reviews. 
Maybe I should call myself a 'beauty blogger' now eh! 

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Saturday

Olive Edit


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This is just a little spring edit to ease me back in to the world of blogging. 
I've finally finished my second year of university so I hope you'll all
 see a little more of me over the next few months! 

It's hard to just choose a few pieces from Olive when everything on there 
is so great, but here are a few of my favourites.
 You can't go wrong with stripes, dungarees and a trench, right? 



Milly x


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Helsett Farmhouse







Slippers c/o: Morlands

Last weekend we visited Helsett Farmhouse for a late Christmas with my family. It seems to be becoming a little bit of a tradition to come here in late January. It is beautiful and so cosy with a large red aga to keep warm by. Cornish cream teas with home-made cream from the farm, drinking wine and baking Camembert, it is a wonderful getaway from Bristol life.
 Life is slow in Cornwall and getting some fresh sea is just what we all needed! 
My Morland slippers were perfect for the weekend, the sheepskin is such good quality and kept my feet toasty warm. They are probably the most luxurious slippers I have ever owned!
 
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