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REVIEW | Garnier Organic Daily Moisturiser



Hello loves,


I am back with a new review and it has been a while. I find that a lot of bloggers I follow don’t do these reviews anymore and I think they are so helpful especially when you are buying a product you aren’t too sure about. I am all about the old school blogging game right now!
Anyways, back to the review. Now you all know (I hope) I am trying to up my skincare game and try new products. I am prone to going back to the same products time again and to be honest it’s not a bad thing but I like to see what’s out there.
I recently tried the new Garnier Organic Daily Moisturiser. Garnier have introduced a new Organic range which are made with herbs and essential oils so perfect for those of you who like your more natural products. I was in DESPERATE need of a new moisturiser so I spotted this one and thought I would give it a little whirl after seeing it on Emily Canham’s channel.
My first initial thoughts of the moisturiser was it did really smell organic and herby (if that’s such a thing) but after a while I really did grow to the smell and found it very relaxing and calming.
The actual moisturiser itself I really didn’t get on with. When I first used it I found it was really flaky on my skin especially after I applied my BB cream but I thought that was just my skin getting used to the moisturiser. Well I was WRONG it happened all the time and I found my make up really didn’t look even. I also found my skin was breaking out a lot more too but I thought that was either down to the time of the month or the BB cream I was using but after reading other reviews I realised I wasn’t on my own. I did find it was also drying my skin out too so maybe it’s not the best for combination skin.
I was really gutted that my skin didn’t react to this moisturiser as the idea behind this range is amazing but I am finding that my skin is becoming more dry to I am opting for more gel based products.
What are your thoughts on this moisturiser?
Lots of love Chloe x


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Favourite Summer Hair Styles




Hello loves,

I know it doesn't feel like summer lately with the weather turning grey and wet but I adore summer hair especially the beachy waves. I thought I would share my favourite summer hairstyles (as best as I've done). I will admit the photography isn't like some of the professionals but I wanted to capture my favourite hair styles. 

Beachy Waves:
My favourite hair style no matter what the occasion and they are so easy to create. I like to do mine with the GHD straighteners to create loose waves but I also need to invest in some new hair tongs too (recommendations would be appreciated). I usually do them in 2 different directions to create some texture to the hair. I do find that creating waves look so much better on second day hair as the hair has a little bit more hold to it. 




Low Bun:
Something I've only just got used to doing a little better than when I first started. I've seen this on so many girls and it really stood out for me on Lydia Elise Millen (calling for a tutorial please). Again second day hair works a lot better on this but I start by tying by hair in a low pony tail with an elastic hair tie. Then I will wrap the hair tightly round the hair band and pin it in 2-3 sections with some bobby pins. I usually have all my hair tied back but you can leave some down at the front to create a more casual look. 




Beach Wave Pony Tail:
A hair style that is so quick and easy to do if you're in a rush. I simply tie my hair in a mid pony tail leaving some fridge bits at the side then I will curl my hair in the pony tail to create a textured hair style. I will then curl the bits of my fringe to create a bit more shape to my face. The hair can be curled if it's down but I find it quicker to do it when it's up. 


I like to use the L'Oreal Extraordinary Oil to take away any of those fly aways especially when I have a low bun and I want it to be neat. I love using a heat spray when curling my hair and at the moment I'm using the VO5 Heat Protect Spray

What are your favourite hair styles for the summer?

Lots of love Chloe x 


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Styling the Leopard Print Skirt | #StyleSunday



Hello loves,

Another Style Sunday is back and this time it is featuring one of my favourite skirts of the summer season. I have only recently started getting more into skirts and I tend to be more of a dress girl but skirts are so much fun to style up.

This leopard tropical print skirt has become such a statement piece in my wardrobe and I recently wore this to a family event of Josh's. I received so many compliments on this skirt saying how summary and unique it is. I styled this up with a black cropped cami and I wore my favourite studded sandals from Public Desire.

This skirt is so perfect for any occasion including a summer BBQ, holiday or maybe even a night out if you're trying to go for something a bit different. I think the skirt speaks for itself so styling it up with anything too busy will just overpower the skirt. Maybe a pair of cute flip flops or a pair of white trainers will look lovely with this outfit too. 

How would you style up this leopard print skirt?

Lots of love Chloe x

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Afternoon Tea at Ashdown Park Hotel








Hello loves,

Long time no speak...You might have noticed that I'm not posting as regularly as I used to and that's just because life has gotten in the way and I've just not had time. Also I've found I'm running out of content sometimes so I'm not putting as much pressure on myself to blog as much as I used to but I do have a few exciting posts lined up. 

I recently went to Afternoon Tea at Ashdown Park Hotel with Josh's family for a few exciting birthdays. Afternoon tea is one of my favourite things to do on a special occasion especially when it's a special treat. 

Ashdown Park Hotel is set in a beautiful location in East Grinstead surrounded by Ashdown Forest (cue the Disney obsessed girl) and although the hotel interior might be a little but dated the grounds are just STUNNING! The hotel overlooks the beautiful gardens and the incredible 18 hole golf course. The reason as to why we went to the hotel is Josh's auntie got married a few years ago and the hotel is just perfect for that fairy tale wedding. 

The Afternoon tea itself was amazing too, full of sandwiches, cakes, scones and of course lots of tea even though I had a latte. I will admit I am very fussy with tea and when I'm out and about I prefer a coffee! I will admit the Afternoon tea was on the expensive side and I did think you would get a little bit more for what you paid for however I do think you was paying for the location and surroundings. I always look at an afternoon tea and I don't think it' going to be enough but it was super filling.

We was so lucky with the weather so we was able to wonder outside and have a look round the grounds. You could walk for miles and just get lost in your thoughts. The hotel offers lots of different events including their spa and the golf course so no matter what you have in mind I'm sure you will be relaxed. 

Have you been to the Ashdown Park Hotel before?

Lots of love Chloe x 

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