24 August 2016

Watermelon Inspired Summer Makeup Look



I've been so excited about this post and the accompanying Youtube video for it for so long. I'm not going to lie, when I told my partner that I was doing it he looked like I'd just suggested I was going to become a ventriloquist: he was a little concerned. However, after explaining to him (and everyone else that I spilled about this post to) that no, I wasn't going full out and painting myself green, but instead I was just going to be taking a little inspiration from one of the best summer fruits out there. Maybe the best. Either way, watermelon is fab. 

Here's my video, showing you all how I made the look, and the links to all the products I used are in the description box below it! 


I had so much fun filming this one - would you like to see something similar, with a different fruit?! Let me know in the comments!


23 August 2016

10 Reasons Why Autumn is the Best Season

10 reasons why Autumn is the best season. Nourish ME: www.nourishmeblog.co.uk
10 reasons why Autumn is the best season. Nourish ME: www.nourishmeblog.co.uk

10 reasons why Autumn is the best season. Nourish ME: www.nourishmeblog.co.uk

1.) You get to bring out all those dark hued lipsticks again. Mac's Sin? Yes please. Add a cheeky bit of glitter to it? Why not.

2.) Cosying up in a blanket/duvet nest surrounded by layers of warmth is the best feeling.

3.) That first frosty morning when you head out and everything feels fresh and you can see your breath.

4.) Getting all your Autumn-y scented candles out. I picked up this Cedarwood and Myrrh one in Primark for £1(!) and it smells delightfully musky.

5.) All the #fwis shots that you can take holding a steaming coffee in your gloved hands with ankle boots on show.

6.) Dressing gowns and slippers being totally acceptable parts of any wardrobe.

7.) The build up to Christmas. I've been wearing my Santa socks since July - need I say more about my excitement?

8.) Fashion trends. Chunky knit sweaters, cute bobble hats and bold ankle boots are what I live for.

9.) Waking up on a Saturday morning and realising that your toasty bed is ten degrees warmer than the room around it. And then being able to stay in it for as long as you want.

10.) Watching the leaves change hue, and taking all the gorgeous Insta-worthy pictures of your local area as nature gets ready for winter.

What would you add to the list?

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20 August 2016

What to do on a day trip to Camden

What to do on a day trip to Camden. Nourish ME, www.nourishmeblog.co.uk

What to do on a day trip to Camden. Nourish ME, www.nourishmeblog.co.uk

What to do on a day trip to Camden. Nourish ME, www.nourishmeblog.co.uk

What to do on a day trip to Camden. Nourish ME, www.nourishmeblog.co.uk

What to do on a day trip to Camden. Nourish ME, www.nourishmeblog.co.uk

It's no secret that I've got a good ol' case of wanderlust at the moment. If you have a browse through my Pinterest you'll be more than a little bombarded with dreamy repins of destinations all over the world. But alas, adult responsibilities and finances mean that (for the moment at least) these are still dreams. So, I've decided to discover a lot more of the UK this year. I'm hoping to head to Bristol, Brighton and Liverpool, but hit me up with anymore suggestions!

Having said that, Camden isn't actually a new place for me, but rather one of my favourite places in London that I try to make an annual trip to. The last time I visited was (I believe) for my sister's 18th birthday two years ago, so when she turned the big 2-0 a fortnight ago I decided a trip back was totally overdue. 

After travelling down to Slough with the other half, we headed into London with my sister, her boyfriend and best friend. Naturally the journey wasn't without disasters: the tube station at Camden road was closed, which meant we had to go on a really long-ass route that involved overground trains and all sorts. Cross that over with the fact that we were on a train going towards Wembley on the day of the Charity Shield (basically a massive football match), and you've got a packed, sweaty train on a boiling hot day. Brill. 

But, when we finally got there we were truly excited. We hit up Camden's Cereal Killer Cafe, which I've written a whole post on here. In my opinion this is a must-do if you're heading to this little part of London. They stock well over 100 cereals and although we did book a table, there was absolutely no need to as they had tonnes of free seating inside. Having said that, we did book for 3pm, so it may have been a lot busier during 'the lunch time rush'.

Next up on the must-see list is obviously a quick meander around their outdoor market. This is one of my favourite places, and I always get totally drawn in by vendors, pretty colours and semi-unique gifts. Prewarn: don't buy anything in the first half hour - a lot of merchandise is repeated on these stalls, so that gives you time to see exactly what there is to offer. 

The Stables market is also something that I would definitely recommend going to if you have a few hours to spare to wander around. I've lost count of the number of times I've got lost in here, and I really think it makes for an incredible experience. You're surrounded by people of a whole variety of cultures, with goodies to suit any kind of style or desire. For example, we wandered past a stall dedicated to light reflective mosaic lamps, to one filled with stuffed llamas of varying colours and sizes, to one that sold homemade soy candles. There's so much to do and see and I always come home feeling as if my senses are a little worn out.

It wouldn't really be a post about Camden if I didn't mention the street food would it? This is probably one of my favourite, if not the favourite part of visiting Camden. You can pretty much get anything you want if you wander around enough, and despite being tempted by crepes, deep fried chocolate bars, pizza slices the size of my head and cupcakes that are made of my dreams, I eventually settled for some bang bang chicken and noodles. Seriously though, if you're as much of a food obsessive as I am, then you'll understand how painful it was to walk past so many beautiful food stalls and decide on just one. 

Oh, and did I mention that they've got a MAC store and a Dr Marten one *heart eye-emoji*?

I vlogged my day in Camden, so please give it a watch if you want to see first hand (ish) what it's like!