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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Covers Glamour June 2017

The beautiful Rosie Huntington-Whiteley covers Glamour June 2017, and she looks so beautiful on the cover. Have you read or seen this issue?

 

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I like this cover a lot. I think Glamour went all out with this issue, and they slayed it! It looks amazing. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is a beauty so I am not surprised she looks stunning on this cover. Her hair, makeup and dress are spot on.

I would love to read Rosie’s interview too. Here are a few excerpts from her interview with Glamour –

On living in Los Angeles 

“Oh my God. I miss everything about home. I get homesick a lot… I miss the culture. I miss the people and I miss the realness of Brits and the sense of humour.”

I can imagine how homesick she is.

 

How to take the perfect selfie

“’Well, you need half an hour, you need great lighting, and you need to be prepared to take about 100 pictures of yourself, edit through 100 pictures of yourself and then filter them three times.’ You know, come on! Be real! That’s the way it is. I try to be mindful of that when I’m posting pictures, but again, it’s part of what I do and I hope that people don’t feel…that my social media is too obnoxious.”

 

If these are the steps to a perfect selfie, then I have never taken one! I don’t even edit my selfies, except using the regular Instagram filter, and I don’t filter them 3 times, lol. I hope there is a lot of exaggeration here, or I would start to worry about my selfies being lame!

 

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I like the sound of her interview already, and I can’t wait to read the entire May issue.

What are your thoughts on this Glamour magazine May issue? Are you a fan of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley?

Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.

Thanks for reading.

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Victoria Beckham Covers ELLE UK May 2017

The lovely and talented Victoria Beckham covers ELLE UK Magazine May 2017, and she looks amazing on the cover. Victoria Beckham talks about her family life, building her fashion empire, and working harder than ever in the May issue of ELLE.

Now, this is one issue I need to read. I got a copy some days and I am looking forward to reading it from start to finish this bank holiday weekend.

I love her makeup, hair and outfit. I think she looks stunning.

Here are some excerpts from Victoria Beckham’s interview with ELLE UK Magazine –

Her days as a Spice Girl

“Being in the Spice Girls was so much fun, but I was never the best singer or dancer. I learned an enormous amount during that time, though: the staging, the lighting, the costumes – the package excited me. But I love fashion – this is what I’m genuinely interested in… When I look back at my past self, [the way I dressed and behaved] was probably a sign of my insecurities. I feel quite confident in myself now – getting older doesn’t bother me.”

I can see she is a lot more comfortable as a fashion designer than as a singer, and I am happy for her. She has found her calling, and that is not an easy feat.

On her social life

“I don’t tend to go to parties, but if I do go out for dinner, I like to have a drink and really have fun… I’m really good value at a dinner party – I want to relax and have a laugh. I like to have fun, and I think that often surprises people.”

Yea that bit surprised me as well. Good to know she lets her hair down.

What do you think of this ELLE cover? Are you a fan of Victoria Beckham? Have you read this issue?

5 Blogging Traits


Being a blogger is hard, very hard.  You are pretty much putting yourself out to be applauded, laughed at, trolled, admired, and all. It can be a little too much, and I can completely understand why many choose to abandon their blogs and dreams of becoming a pro blogger. I have been blogging for some years now, and I know I had to pick up a few traits I felt I needed to keep me going. God knows I would have abandoned this blog ages ago, if I didn’t have these traits.

The way it is now, I can never dream of abandoning Fashion and Style Police, it is like my first child. And you never abandon your kids, no matter what.

 

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Here are some of the traits that have helped me so far in my blogging career –

 

Passion

I would have stopped blogging ages ago if I didn’t have the passion for it. I enjoy writing. Having my own creative online space is the best thing ever! I have a strong passion for fashion and beauty, and I enjoy writing about lifestyle stuff every now and again. Without my passion, I would have given up a long time, and you won’t be reading this post.

 

Determination

I am a very strong willed, determined person. I know what I want and how to get it. I also make sure nothing gets in the way of what I really want; I usually find a way around it. This trait has kept me going. I won’t be where I am today if I was not a determined person. I am a fighter, and it affects everything I do.

 

Thick Skin

I have grown a thick skin over the years, and that has helped me greatly. Blogging is not for the faint hearted, I can tell you that for a fact, as everyone has an opinion about what you do and how you should do it, even though they may not really have a clue. A thick skin protects me from trolls, negative people, unsupportive people in my real life and the drama that comes with blogging in general. Having a thick skin has helped me in all aspects of life. I would be so fragile without one.

 

Patience

I am usually an impatient person, but as I have grown older and wiser, I have found myself being a bit more patient. And I believe that has helped my blogging career as well. Being patient means you can keep your head down, work on your blog, decline the collaborations that don’t work and embrace the ones that do work.

 

Unique

Standing out is one of the best things you could do for yourself as a blogger. Being unique means you have a blog name that stands out in the blogosphere, you blog about things you really enjoy writing about and produce unique content as often as you can. Being unique is one trait I believe Bloggers can never have too much of.

 

What personality traits have helped you in your career, business or hobby?