My Everyday Make-Up Routine

Hi guys and welcome to another blog post!

Today I thought I would share my everyday make-up routine with you. I am going to talk you through the products I use and also the brushes I use to apply them. I don’t think this post needs much of an introduction, so lets get straight into it.

Firstly, I like to have a base to apply my foundation onto and I use the BarryM Flawless Colour Correcting Primer. I just use my fingers to apply two pumps of this all over my face. This primer helps to reduce redness and fill in your pores to create a smooth base for your make-up.


Bootea - My Experience!

Hi Guys and welcome to another Blog post!

Today, I am going to be reviewing the Bootea Teatox. This is something that I have been seeing a lot of on social media recently, so when I saw it on offer I thought I would give it a go. If you would like to know what Bootea is and my experience of using it, then please carry on reading.


Get To Know Me!

Hi Guys!

Well, here it is, my first ever blog post...I thought, what better way to start than to introduce myself?

As you have probably gathered from the name of my blog, my name is Andie. I am 20 years old and I live in a small village in Devon. Having finished my A-Levels nearly two years ago now, I am currently training to become an accountant. I studied Business Studies, Economics, Maths and Psychology at AS-Level and then dropped Psychology at A2. As you can see from my choice of subjects and my career path, I am a very Maths focused person, so my blog posts are not going to be very artsy I'm afraid! But, I did not make this blog because I want to be an author or a journalist, I just want to share my views and opinions with you, and be myself. This is something that I would like to look back on in 10 years time and see what crazy things I got up to. I want you all to feel as though you are sat here having a conversation with me and not watching a news report on the TV or listening to some random guy on the radio.

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