Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Primark Haul 26.10.11

Tweed jacket - £25
Fur stole - £6
Jumper - £8
Kurt Cobain tee - £8 (men’s section - neckline cut myself) 

The highlight of my Primark trip had to be this Tweed jacket! It’s exactly what I’d been searching for; a tweed blazer with elbow patches, I LOVE elbow patches! I had to pick up this Kurt Cobain t-shirt, it brings out my inner grunge fan. And who doesn't love a good band tee?

Sunday, 23 October 2011

HeadKandy Hair Extensions Review

So, I’ve had my HeadKandy Hair Extensions for just over two months now; long enough for me to give these extensions an honest and fair review.

Now, I brought the 16-18in’ deluxe full head set, for £74.99 - a reasonable price when it comes to luxury hair extensions. In this set you get 160 grams of hair, and for those new to hair extensions - this is a lot of hair for your money!!

Usually going for longer extensions at about 20/22in’, I decided to go with 16-18 as I’ve had experiences with longer extensions getting a little ratty at the ends. This was probably down to there being lesser hair, which you’ll often find in cheaper sets. However, with these extensions, the hair is thick from root to tip; giving you a full bodied, natural, healthy look.
Every set of HeadKandy extensions comes with 10 wefts for a good full coverage of the whole head. Each weft is numbered (barr the two individual clips) 1-8, and comes with a booklet signaling where to place each weft according to number on your head. I found this amazingly useful, as the way they placed the extensions was different to how I usually do it and I got a far more natural look from this.

HeadKandy’s secret weapon comes in the form of a QUAD WEFT! Yes, a quad weft. This extension sits around mid head point and blends all the hair perfectly together. It’s so thick - (pictured above) you cannot see through the hair when I hold it up. This is luxury hair extensions at their best, providing excellent coverage and a real natural bounce.

The first time I put these extensions in, I felt like I’d just had a really expensive haircut. And even after washing them a few time and straightening (very carefully) they remain silky and gorgeous. I get the most amazing compliments on my hair when I wear this set and feel fantastic.

I 100% recommend these hair extensions to anyone. 

Saturday, 22 October 2011

OOTN 21.10.11

Last night I went out for some drinks and a boogie with my friend, and here is what I wore. Stuck with the dilemma of the changing weather and the chilly evenings we’re having, I was left with the question: tights or no tights? 

I decided to go without, wearing a half length sleeve as a compromise! 

I am wearing a Primark peter pan collar shirt in an ivory white. You can’t see because of my hair - but the collar is cut to the same pattern as the cuffs of the sleeves. So adorable, and still in stores atm!

I am also wearing my new skater skirt from! This skirt is the real deal - it goes with everything! I’ve been looking for the perfect black high waisted skirt for over a year now, but it was worth the wait! And only £15, ohh boohoo <3

Wednesday, 19 October 2011

OOTD 19.10.11

Today I held some interviews with advertising students for Source Online, so in an attempt to look somewhat of a respectable Editor I went with this shirt dress from H&M that was (if I remember correctly) £14.99, bargain! I teamed it with a tan woven belt round my waist from Primark for £1.99 and my amazing vintage style brogue boots with tweed detailing - also from Primark for a cheeky £15. You really cannot go wrong with Primarni!!