New Hair, Don’t Care.

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As promised, a quick post to update you all on my new hair do!

You may have been expecting something a little more drastic, but this is in fact quite a big change for me. As someone who has been ‘growing their hair long’ pretty much since I was born, getting it cut at all is kind of a big deal! It’s strange how much emotional attachment we have with our hair isn’t it?! 
 
It may have taken me 30 or so years to get to this point but I am so glad I did, I am loving this length and the difference in the condition of my hair is amazing… who knows I may even go above the shoulders next time!! (Ok, maybe not. I don’t think I will ever get to that stage!)

Hope you are all enjoying your Monday!

  


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Beauty Review: Napoleon DéVine Goddess Lipstick

Napoleon DéVine Goddess Lipstick
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Napoleon DéVine Goddess in Hara


Today we are taking a break from all the TPFF action with something a little bit different, our first ever beauty review! I am so excited to finally launch the beauty section on the blog as it is something I have wanted to do for a while! You can expect to see beauty reviews, make up how to’s, plus a few tips and tricks from experts. 
I would love to hear your feedback too, if there is anything you want to see more of on the blog (beauty related or not!) be sure to let me know.

Today I am reviewing the Napoleon Perdis DéVine Goddess lipstick in the colour, Hara. 
I am totally in love with the orange toned colour. I like a bold lip but red tones don’t really suit me, so if I am going for a vivid lip, I prefer a orangey-red colour.
The lipstick goes on silky smooth and keeps your lips feeling moisturised. It doesn’t dry out your lips at all and the rich pigment means the colour stays put (even after food!). 
This is the first time I have used a Napoleon lipstick and am quite impressed. With over 20 colours to choose from, it’s safe to say I will be using it again! 


Have you tried the Napoleon DéVine Goddess lipstick before? What did you think?


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