I go away next week (YAY!) so in preparation, I’ve bought some summer clothing. I’ve mainly bought them at opshops as per my previous haul but today’s post is some brand new stuff I picked up from Cotton On from my first online order on their website.
Wet N Wild has truly become one of my favourite beauty brands. It’s affordable and you can get them from Farmers. I recently got sent the latest Goth-O-Graphic limited edition collection. This collection is goth meets holographic and is a balance of broody and bright. If you want to see the whole collection, my first impressions and swatches, continue down below.
Oh what a difference a year makes! 2018 has really flown by and a third of the year is done. Last year was quite an interesting year for me. 2017 was a year of discovery, a few ups and downs but 2018 has been amazing so far. January to April has been the best months so I wanted to collate my ‘highlights’ as I’ve done in the past.
This month’s NZBloggers brunchclub location was at Marua Road Cafe in the weekend. It was a gloomy rainy day but I’m glad I went because we had a good group of ladies and great discussions.
The latest and most exciting beauty launch for me was Milani Cosmetics. I’ve wanted to try this brand for so long but it’s not easily available in NZ. You can now get this brand in Farmers which is amazing. I was kindly sent a few of their products and received them last Thursday. Today’s post is a haul, first impressions and swatches.
So two weekends ago, I had a last minute trip to Hamilton. I wasn’t planning on going at all but I realised I didn’t want to miss out so I joined a few lovely blogging gals for a quick day trip. We went there for brunch which I already posted about so this post will have everything else we got up to during the day and the cool things I saw while we were there.
So every month, a bunch of NZ bloggers have brunch together for a monthly brunch club. I’ve been to so many of them and it’s a great way to meet other bloggers, make new friends and try new food places. It’s mainly in Auckland but April’s brunchclub location was at Two Birds Eatery in Hamilton.
Opshopping or thrifting is my favourite way to shop. Most of my clothes and even bags are from opshops. I love bargains and finding one of a kind pieces that not everyone would have. Savemart is one of the places I go opshopping because there’s one close to where I live and it’s huge that I’m bound to find something I like.