Glow up Friday

So this you can see the difference right? This is my no #makeup look. It covers all my dry skin and rosacea and bags under my eyes – this was done By using a @katemossagency lipstick in light peach. Two swipes under the eyes and any other spots then use it to define your eyebrow shape.

Then by using a peach eyeshadow I gave myself a hint of blush.

Products used @barrymcosmetics Matt foundation in ivory. @plouise_makeup_academy hint of gold for my eye lids then a light brown on my eyebrows (coral pallet #makeupacademy powder in ivory. Mascara is from @rimmellondonuk and I use a @nivea_uk lip balm before applying ’Pink in the Afternoon’ lipstick’ by @rimmellondonuk. Face wash @lidluk and @tesco sensitive skin moisturizing wipes, but Dress and shrug from @cerys_closet

Cannot wait to get my hair dons tomorrow, hopefully I can fit in an eyebrow wax and French manicure

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The Audrey: Style inspiration

This is from my Bringing back a bygone Era to the 21st-century collection on ShopLook .

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About Audrey

  • Yes we all know that Marylin Monroe was the OG sex symbol but Audrey did so much more in her lifetime:
  • She was part of the Dutch resistance in World War II
  • Trained as a ballerina
  • She spoke four languages; German, French, Dutch and English.
  • Spoke up about the stigma of miscarriage
  • Champion of UNICEF
  • Fashion icon
  • Raised money for Cerebral Palsy charities
  • Well advertised in politics
  • Style inspiration for Gucci.
  • The modern pink lady: Style inspiration

    Shirt – £9.00 – H&M

    Jeans – £24.99 – H&M

    Pumps – £12.99 – H8M

    Bag -£17.99 – H&M

    Jacket £42 – Pretty little thing.com

    Necklace £6.00

    Blush – Benefit- £15.00

    Lipstick – £21.99 – Makeup forever

    Act cool, look cool, be cool. Til’ death do us part, think Pink! – Pink Lady pledge

    Pink lady rules

    Rule 1: Obey the Pink Lady Pledge: Act cool, look cool, be cool. Til’ death do us part, think Pink!

    Rule 2: At no time is a Pink Lady to become romantically involved with a non-T-Bird member. Restriction is rescinded only after graduation from school or expulsion. A Pink Lady will not date a: Jock, nerd, Preppie, anybody non-cool, or member of a rival school or gang. T-Birds, not Nerds!

    Rule 3: The Pink Lady jacket symbolizes that the wearer is the girlfriend / consort of a T-Bird member. Upon leaving the Pink Ladies under duress (violation of rules 1 and 2, expulsion, illness, death, school transfer) or personal choice, wearer must return the jacket to the T-Birds to avoid damaging said T-Birds’ reputations. `They got a Rep to protect’. Rep is everything.

    Rule 4: A Pink Lady must present herself in appropriate attire at school at all times – Pink Lady jacket a must! Flashy, seductive costumes are not allowed, as they allow non-T-Bird students (and other males, staff included) to see what is for T-Bird eyes only. Seductive attire appropriate only to be worn at functions if accompanied by their T-Bird escort / boyfriend.

    Rule 5: A Pink Lady is to have a cigarette and matches / lighter on her at all times, for herself – cigarette equals `cool’ – plus her fellow Pink Ladies and T-Birds (and favored Rydell staff) who might perchance wish to bum a smoke.

    Rule 6: No Pink Lady is allowed to interfere with other Pink Lady to T-Bird relationships. If the leader of the T-Birds is spoken for, unattached Pink Lady is not permitted to trespass on fellow Pink Lady relationship. If the leader of the T-Birds is available (Pink Lady girlfriend leaves – see rule #3), unattached Pink Lady may make advances on unclaimed T-Bird leader. See rule #4, apply it. The prettier the Pink Lady, the more interested the unattached T-Bird will be.

    Rule 7: Returning to Rule #2, Fraternization outside of T-Birds, if all members of the T-Birds are accounted for – have Pink Lady girlfriends – unattached Pink Lady must remain single. Addendum: If unattached Pink Lady has interest in non-T-Bird student, and wishes to pursue relationship with said student, see rule #3.

    Rule 8. Contrary to popular belief, (see Rydell school year 1958-1959 (Grease), Premarital `coupling’ (Sliding into home base – thank you, Louis DiMucci) isn’t a requirement for being a Pink Lady. Just don’t die a virgin or die wearing your mother’s underwear.

    Rule 9: If you’re a non-romantic friend of the Pink Ladies, you’re a friend for life. Friendship (non-fraternizational) may include nerd/brainiac (good for assistance with essays), and jock. NOT allowed: Gossip Girls (Patty Simcox), or annoying cheerleaders (Stacie & Gracie).

    ADDITIONAL – Added June 16, 1962 If unattached Pink Lady meets and falls for former-nerd-turned-badass-biker, who saved the butts of T-Birds and Rydell students, fraternization rules rescinded!! (Co-signed by Johnny, Goose, Louis, Davey, Stephanie, Sharon, Paulette, Rhonda, Dolores).

    Shop the look: Pretty in Pink

    This look is perfect for a fabulous casual first date or out for a shopping spree.

    Shop the look

    1. Pink sweatshirt – H&M – £17.99
    2. Dark jeans – H&M – £17.99
    3. Mascara – Sephora – £12.99
    4. Bene tint – Benefit – £12.99
    5. Pore Professional – Benefit – £12.99
    6. Rouge red tint – Sephora £12.99
    7. Shimmering sneakers – H&M – £14.99
    8. Shoulder bag – H&M – £17.99
    9. Necklace – Forever 21 – £6.00

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    I totally recommend this for fashion bloggers especially if you have a disability and it’s hard to dress yourself or go shopping or numerous outfits.

    Images and graphics disclaimer.

    All my images come from weheartit.com and pixabay.com

    I don’t own these images and all credits go to the owners, thank you whilst I borrow them.

    For those that have asked I create my social media graphics using a web service called Canva, I make these myself with the help of templates. I consider myself a beginner when it comes to graphic design. If I use the persons work they will be credited in the post.

    Personal images from family photograph albums will be captioned with my initials underneath.

    Thank you,

    Rachel Marie