Friday, 8 December 2017

Christmas Gift Guide- Stocking Fillers For Her Under £10

Hi everyone so today I am going to be kicking off my Christmas Gift Guide series by sharing with you 5 stocking fillers for her under £10. 
As much as I love Christmas and Christmas shopping I never know what to get people and I know I am not the only person who is like this! So I thought it would be good idea to cover most areas of what you need to buy for, from stocking fillers to main gifts, from to her and even the kids! There is going to be plenty of posts coming up to share with you all some perfect gift ideas.

Stackers Marble Effect Small Jewellery Storage Cone £10- John Lewis.
As you are probably aware by now, marble has been huge this year. How cool is this marble effect ring holder? Perfect to keep your rings in one  place whilst you aren't wearing them.

Unicorn Shower Cap £5.99 Prezzy Box
Another thing that has been huge this year is Unicorns, I have to admit I jumped right on the bandwagon with Unicorns. But who couldn't love this shower cap, it's practical and cute.

Bath Spa Lights £7.99 Find Me A Gift
Everyone loves a good bath don't they? I love the idea of these bath lights, they will make any normal bath just a little bit more relaxing. I can just imagine a nice hot bath with some candles lit and these lights. 

Pug In A Mug Tea Infuser £6 River Island
Most people love tea, most people love pugs. So what better way to get a pug loving tea addict than this cute silicon tea infuser! You just pop your tea inside the pug, pop it over the mug and leans over the side infusing the drink you! How adorable?!

Speech Bubble Light Box £10 Matalan
Cinema light boxes have been everywhere this year and I love mine. The only problem is they don't always have enough letters for what you are wanting to put on it. Thats where this write your own light box steps in, you can write whatever you want on it with the pen that comes with it. Nothing stopping you with this one! 

I hope you all enjoyed this post and it has helped you with some stocking filler ideas! 

Thanks for reading

Christmas Gift Guide- Stocking Fillers For Him Under £10

Hi everyone, today I am going to be do part 2 of my Christmas gift guide. Today I am going to be talking about 5 stocking fillers for him under £10. 

Beer Shower Gel £7.50 The Great Gift Company
This is what I would call your usual stocking filler, something small and fun! When I seen this beer shower gel I knew I had to add it to my gift guide, shower gel is something everyone uses and having a beer one makes it a lot more appealing for men! 

Beard Buddy Shaving Apron £8.99 I Want One Of Those
This one is a funny novelty gift as well. Instead of getting beard hair all in the sink or on the floor etc this apron will catch all the hairs instead, will make cleaning up easier thats for sure!

Man Flu Rescue Tea £4.95 Not On The High Street
We all know a man who suffers with man flu at some point in the year don't we? Soon as I seen this I knew I had to add it to this post as it is something I should probably get my dad ( he has man flu at the moment!! ). The tea is lemon flavoured but does have things in it to make you feel better when you are not feeling too well.

Credit Card Power Bank £8.99 Prezzy Box
Don't you just hate it when your having a long day out and not getting chance to charge your phone then the time comes and it dies! You could get a portable charger for your phone but most of them are bulky.... or are they? This one that I have found online is slim enough to slip into your wallet so its hardly noticeable. No more phones dying when you need them not too!

Golf Ball Finder Glasses £9.99 Menkind
Golf is such a mans game, I know a few men that play golf so when I seen this gift I thought it was such a fun and cool idea. The idea behind this is you put them on to find the ball as it cancels out the grass and makes the ball stand out so you can see it clearly. No more rummaging around in the grass trying to find it!

Hope you all enjoyed this post and I will see you in the next one!

Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Blogmas FAIL and vlogging ramble

Hi everyone, well I failed at Blogmas already! Not even a week in and I failed! I tried to make it work but I couldn't do it. At the moment I am working a lot of hours meaning I'm rarely off work so finding the time to write 31 posts isn't easy. This was why I dropped down to 3 posts a week a few months ago as it was proving hard. I am not giving up though and there will be plenty of posts coming this way again throughout the month and they will be Christmas related ones too.
I have also been thinking of vlogging but I am unsure whether or not I could stick to it, I have wanted to weekly vlog for a while now but never end up doing it. This is something I have wanted to do for a while now and I am undecided whether to give it a go now or try in January to see if I can do it. 
Weekly vlogs are my favourite videos to watch so for me to start doing them would be ace so I am hoping that it is something I could stick to, but we would have to see.
I am sorry that I didn't stick to Blogmas but I am still going to be posting on my normal Monday Wednesday and Friday!

Keira x

Saturday, 2 December 2017

Younique 3D Fibre Mascara Review; Blogmas day 2

Hi everyone, today's post in Blogmas is going to be a review on my new favourite mascara! This is the Younique 3D fibre mascara. You may remember everyone a few years ago going on about this mascara when it first launched, I remember it was everywhere and it looked amazing but I never gave it a try. This was until I finally bit the bullet in becoming a Younique representative. I am just going to add a quick disclaimer by saying just because I am a representative doesn't mean that I am just saying this as I work for them as I genuinely wouldn't use or talk about any product that I don't love myself. .
Enough of the rambling on and time to get on with my review.

As you can see from the picture above the difference in my lashes are amazing! I do have naturally long eyelashes but when I am using this mascara they look fantastic. It isn't a normal mascara to use as such, you apply the clear gel to your lashes first then you apply the fibres over the top of the gel, the fibres then add to the length and volume of the lashes. You then apply the clear gel over the fibre to seal it in. 
As well as making my lashes look amazing my eyelashes feel lighter, when I wear normal mascara I can feel it on my lashes but this is really soft and doesn't feel mascara at all. I really am in love with this mascara. It also comes in a really cute case too.

If you are interested in getting this mascara you can purchase it via me from here for only £23. I am also going to be giving one of these away for FREE via my facebook page which you can check out here. I will be giving away the free one very soon so be sure to check out my facebook page and give it a like so you don't miss out.

Thanks for reading,

Friday, 1 December 2017

The Christmas TAG; Blogmas day 1

Hi everyone, I'm back! To get me back into the swing of things I am going to be doing Blogmas! Today's post is going to be 'The Christmas TAG' I am so excited to be getting back into blogging!

1. What is your favourite Christmas movie? It has to be Elf. I love it. 
2. Do you open your Christmas presents on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day? Christmas day! 

3. Do you have a favourite Christmas memory? When I was younger having all my family come up for Christmas every year.

4. Favourite festive food? Pigs in blankets! 

5. Favourite Christmas gift? I couldn't choose, I have had so many over the years.

6. Favourite Christmas scent? Cranberry!

7. Do you have any Christmas Eve traditions? New PJ's, it's a must!

8. What tops your tree? We have a tinkerbell on a star, top of our Disney tree.
9. As a child, what was the one (crazy, extravagant, wild) gift you always asked for but never received? I can't think specifically but I am guessing it will be a pony or something along them lines.

10. What is the best part of Christmas for you? Spending time with my family!

Thanks for reading
Keira x

Monday, 13 November 2017

My new venture.

Hi everyone, sorry it has been a while since I have done a proper post on here, I will be back in the full swing of everything very soon! 
In my time off from blogging I have set up a new venture I want to share with you all. 
I have started selling Younique makeup and I am loving it.
I am going to be doing blog posts with their products on very soon to show you how beautiful they are.
In the mean time I have a facebook page connected to my account and it would mean the world to me if you could give it a like for me.
I will also leave the link to my direct webiste incase you are interested.
I hope you are all okay and I will be back very soon with lots more posts.

Thanks for reading Keira.



Tuesday, 31 October 2017

Paranormal Experiences.

Hi everyone, Happy Halloween! I thought it would be a really fun idea to do a post talking about paranormal experiences I have had myself or happened in my home. I am having to write this during the day as I am far too scared to write it at night time! This will be a long post so if you make it to the end well done you!

1. The clock at my dads. This might not sound paranormal but it was very weird! When my dad and step mum got married my uncle got them a clock that they have on the wall in the hallway as you walk into the house. Sadly two years ago my uncle died. The day he died my step mum had noticed the clock had stopped working. Later that day we found out he had died. My step mum didn't want to put new batteries in the clock until after my uncles inquest. A few months after he died but before the inquest was my uncles 40th birthday. My step mum walked into the hallway and the clock was working again! It really freaked us all out for sure.

2. My great auntie. When I was a lot younger my cousin was stopping at my house and we were asleep in my room. My mum woke up in the middle of the night to 70s style music playing, she looked at the clock and it said 3am. She got out of bed to see if me and my cousin had music playing in my room but we didn't and we were both fast asleep. She got back into bed and then felt something come over her, she looked down to see an arm over her as if she was getting hugged. My mum asked 'who is it' and the reply was 'It's Auntie Eileen.' She had died a few months before this.

3. Man in my step mums bedroom. This one is something that really did scare me a lot. The house my step mum used to live in London was really haunted and things used to happen all the time. The time I am talking about is something that happened directly with me. Her house was set out where the toilet was in a separate room at the top of the stairs with the toilet facing my step mums bed room. The door into her bedroom was open and I had left the toilet door open as it was just us two in the house. I was sat down when I looked up and seen a man in her room next to the bedside table re arranging stuff on the bedside table. He looked quiet old. He looked up and looked at me before vanishing. When my step mum went to bed, all the things were in a different order.

4. The solider in the castle. This next one took place in the castle in my city when I was on a school trip. When I was about 13 my school took us on a trip to the castle. We were going up the stairs in one of the towers to have a look round. Me and my two friends were going slow at the back talking and being stupid. When we were walking up the stairs a man in a soldiers uniform marched past us on the stairs walking down to the bottom. Me and my friends looked at each other and ran to catch up with everyone. A few years later the TV programme 'Most Haunted' was filmed in the castle and they were talking about a solider than haunts that stair case. It must of been him that we seen.

5. Woman on the train. The last one I want to share with you is one that didn't personally happen to me but to my dad, it is too interesting not too mention though. My dad works on the trains as a ticket conductor. One day he was coming back home on the train, which was running late, when a passenger came over worrying about missing her next train. The passenger and my dad made conversation throughout the hour and a half journey back home. My dad made arrangements with a member of staff from the train station that he would meet her off the train. The train didn't have many people on as it was late at night. When the train pulled into the station my dad was stood at one end and the other member was stood at the other, the woman never got off the train. My dad went back on to check whether she had got off the train yet as neither my dad or his colleague seen her. She wasn't on the train either. They never did find out where she went to.