Showing posts from September, 2018

Testing Wet n Wild makeup!

Hello everyone,

When I found out that Wet n wild were coming to the uk I was really excited. I was constantly hearing American YouTubers talk about how amazing their products are and I was intrigued to try them out myself! They are currently available in the uk on beauty bay and their prices are really reasonable. I picked up a couple of things to try out, and I wanted to let you all know my thoughts and opinions.

Wet n wild colour icon eyeshadow palette in rose in the air -  The Wet n wild eyeshadow palettes looked gorgeous online and I was intrigued to try one out. I chose rose in the air due to the warm tones. This palette also reminded me of the ABH modern renaissance eyeshadow palette, but a much cheaper alternative. The pigmentation and blend ability of this palette is really good. There was minimal fall out and the longevity of the shadows is amazing. 

Here are some swatches of the Wet n wild rose in the air eyeshadow palette.

Wet n wild photo focus concealer in shade light ivo…

What to avoid when you have scoliosis

Hello everyone,

When you have Scoliosis it can be hard to know what you can and can't do. I spent a lot of my time when I was first diagnosed not knowing what was good for my back and what could cause me more pain. However, I now know from experience that there are certain things that cause me aches and pains.

1) Carrying heavy objects
This causes anyone to have back ache as it puts strain on the muscles. However, if you have scoliosis it can make the already existing pain much worse. For example, the muscles in a scoliosis patients back are already out of line, so heavy lifting adds more strain to the back.

2) One sided sports/ impact sports
Some sports can cause more problems for scoliosis patients than others. Sports that involve collisions such as rugby or football, can have a high impact on the patients back. Golf, tennis and badminton are all one sided sports which can put strain on one side of the body and back. Both contact sports and one sided sports can cause pain and st…