Chloe Grace Moretz Covers Glamour UK September 2016

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The beautiful and stylish Chloe Grace Moretz is the cover girl of Glamour Magazine UK September 2016, and she looks terrific. I adore everything about this cover. I love her hair and makeup, the pose is on point, and her outfit is out of this world! Everything about this september cover is the truth. This is definitely the best British magazine cover I have seen in a very long time. Glamour always gets the cover right.

I have followed Chloe’s career for years now, and I think she is a talented, and hard-working young woman. I would love to read her interview with Glamour. This September issue is on sale now so I can clearly see myself picking up a copy.


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In her interview with Glamour,  Chloe Grace Moretz opens up about her relationship with Brooklyn Beckham (I never even knew they were dating)

and how she deals with Twitter trolls –

“Seriously, you don’t know how often I’m just described as ‘his girlfriend’. And you think: ‘well, I’ve also been acting for 13 years, but don’t worry’.”

Good to see young love, so refreshing…And don’t we all have to deal with faceless Twitter trolls every now and again. I had to deal with one earlier this week, and I felt genuinely sorry for the troll. It was tweeting malicious tweets to many bloggers and a beauty clinic. I bet it is a depressed blogger in real life.

Her interview sounds promising. I like to read about successful, young people. I would also love to find out what epic advice Victoria Beckham gave her. Apart from Chloe’s interview, I would also like to read about the budget beauty alert feature. It sounds very interesting. And the big fashion issue with 638 looks so like a stylish read too.

What do you think of this Glamour cover? Have you had to del with any troll lately?



Product Review – Tangle Teezer Detangling Hairbrush for Thick, Wavy, Afro & Curly Hair

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I had the privilege of trying the Tangle Teezer Detangling Hairbrush for thick, wavy and afro hair, some days ago, and I am well impressed. For those who do not know, Tangle Teezer is a designed, manufactured and made in Britain brand, by celebrity colourist – Shaun Pulfrey, which makes it even cooler. I love seeing ‘Made in Britain’ brands because they are so few and far between these days, which I think is so sad. So I am very excited to review the Tangle Teezer Detangling Hairbrush for Thick, Wavy, Afro & Curly Hair.

This brand has succeeded in revolutionising the hairbrush market. Hairbrushes have never looked this good.

Tangle Teezer has a variety of hairbrushes available but I went for this Detangling Hairbrush because I have thick afro hair, and this fit the description of the perfect hairbrush for me.

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Here is what Tangle Teezer has to say about the Detangling Hairbrush for Thick, Wavy & Afro Hair:

We love your big hair and so should you. That’s why we’ve created a detangling brush just for you. The Thick & Curly Detangling hairbrush is bursting with big hair love.

With its longer, stronger Firmflex teeth technology that reach right through to your roots, it makes detangling and de-frizzing afro, curly and thick hair a wonderful and effortless thing.

Use on wet or dry hair for instant and painless detangling. Simply brush through from roots to ends. The Firmflex teeth will bend and flex just enough to cope with even the thickest and curliest of locks, smoothing the cuticle as they travel.


Tangle Teezer Hairbrush Review

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Here are my thoughts on this hairbrush:


  1. I love the packaging and the colour. So very pretty.
  2. It is compact and so easy to find in my handbag.
  3. It is perfect for my curly hair. It brushes out all the knots, detangles it quickly, with no pain, and it doesn’t rip my hair out.
  4. It works perfectly on both wet and dry hair.
  5. The entire Tangle Teezer collection is easily accesible in many stores including Boots and Amazon for £10.99.



I honestly cannot fault this Tangle Teezer Detangling Hairbrush at all. I love it. I think it is super cute, and it performs brillantly! No wonder the likes of Victoria Beckham, Cara Delevingne, and members of the Royal Family all use it.

I recommend this hairbrush to anyone with curly, wavy or kinky afro hair. It is worth every penny.

Have you tried any of the hairbrushes by Tangle Teezers? What are your thoughts? Sound off in the comment section below.

Thanks for reading.


*PR sample included.


If in Doubt, Wear Black.

If in Doubt, Wear Black.

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The colour black is always in vogue, regardless of the fashion season or where you are in the world. Trends may come and go, but black is always in style, or so it seems. The colour is constantly in the shops, and on the catwalk, all year. It is a prominent colour in the wardrobe of most fashion conscious men and women. Many fashion bloggers, fashion designers and style icons like Victoria Beckham, Rachel Zoe, and Audrey Hepburn, are usually seen rocking all black outfits, and who would blame them, black is a very powerful colour.

Dressing in all black is often perceived as a strong, stylish, fashion statement. It is classic and timeless, and the true style queens now how to work it. It takes confidence to wear all black and look good. There is a thin line between wearing all black, and looking stylish, and wearing all black, and looking grumpy.



I love anything black. Monochrome pieces and accessories are also my favourites. I find them versatile, super flattering, and easy to style. I love the fact that I can wear the same classic black dress to the office, to a restaurant and to an event. I attended a bloggers event with Propellernet and Premier Inn last year, and I remember thinking long and hard of what pieces to wear for the 2 day event.  I wanted to dress formally, but I didn’t want to stand out too much. It was my first bloggers event and all, so I was going in there blind, not sure what to expect. I just obeyed the fashion golden rule – ‘If in Doubt, Wear Black’, and it worked. I settled on a black fitted Next dress for the first day, and a black Next top and skirt for the second day (Yes, I love Next), and I looked stylish and chic, but not over the top, which was the look I was going for.

Most of my pieces and accessories are in black. I only started adding some colour to my wardrobe some years ago, there was a time I had only monochrome clothing and accessories, but a bit of colour is required every now and again. Whenever I have an event to attend, and I can’t think of what to wear, I just throw on a black outfit, and it is yet to fail me. If in doubt, just wear black.

Do you agree? Is black a prominent colour in your wardrobe? Drop me a comment, let’s chat.

Thanks for reading. Thank God its Friday.

Have a great weekend x



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