Super excited to see ITV’s Real Housewives of Cheshire star Magali Gorre wearing her Jacy&Jools family bracelet at the MCR Fashion Industry Blue Hues party last week!
The bracelet was designed exclusively for her and features her family members’ initials. She’s already posted several pics of her wearing it on her Instagram and it was so great to see her in the MEN wearing it!
You can’t get this exact design but get in contact with Jacy&Jools if you want your own special sterling silver family bracelet creating for you!
Okay, I admit it, usually I’m super mean and don’t tell anyone my best beauty secrets. Selfishly, I kind of just like to have something really amazing that no one else knows about. I literally cannot keep quiet about my latest discovery though – I love it so much that I just want to tell everyone I meet about it! Girls, I present to you the best mascara in the world: Younique Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes.
Quite a bold claim to make, I know, ‘the best mascara in the world’ – but this product honestly warrants it. What I think is important to point first of all, is that the Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lash does work best when combined with your existing mascara. That’s right…it’s not a substitute for your current brand, but more like an add-on. For best results, start with a thin or normal coating of your existing mascara and wait for it to dry.
Then this is where the magic happens. Basically, you get two mascara-shaped tubes when you buy this product. The first, slightly larger one, is the transplanting gel and the second is the natural fibres. Once your original mascara is dry, you take the transplanting gel and coat your lashes in the same manner as when you do your normal mascara. The transplanting gel is, technically, more or less the same as a normal mascara and serves in this first step to wet your lashes. Immediately after you have done this, taken the second wand with the fibres on and go over your lashes. The fibres are 100% natural, hypoallergenic and animal cruelty-free and are made out green tea leaves. As your coating your lashes you will notice the fibres sticking and effectively elongating and making your lashes thicker. Don’t put too much on it one go or they’ll just flake onto your face – you can always add a second coat after. As soon as you’ve finished this, take your transplanting gel and go over the fibres on your lashes to seal them in. To make the whole process easier, I do an eye at a time and make sure both tubes are unscrewed and ready to be used.
I literally can’t emphasise to your enough how amazed you’ll be at how your lashes look. I’m lucky and have quite long, dark and thick lashes anyway and even I can see a noticeable difference. One coat is more than enough for day-to-day wear but if I’m going out at night I’ll occasionally just repeat the process and as a second layer. Check out my serious pouty selfie in my March roundup post to see how my lashes look with two coats!
I honestly never want to be without this mascara – I can never imagine not wanting to re-buy it. Younique is one of those companies that has reps working for it so I bought my mascara (and one for my mum!) off a lovely girl on my Facebook for £23 each. Younique has a website where you can buy it though and some of the reps even have their own website/FB pages so a quick Google will find you somewhere to buy it. It’s way more then I would ever usually spend on a mascara but I can honestly say it’s worth every penny and it even comes in a snazzy case!
Let me know what you think!
I’m so in love with my new rings from Jacy & Jools – how lucky am I! I’ve been eyeing up the rose gold vermeil one for ages because I think the sterling silver puffed heart is just so cute and I’m really into mixed metals and two-tone at the moment. I just think rose gold is the perfect metal colour for summer coming up but the sterling silver means it still goes with all my other jewellery. The sterling silver feather ring is a new addition to the Jacy & Jools website and I just think the charm is amazing. It makes me think of Pocahontas and it’ll just be such a perfect accessory for the hotter weather and festivals. I really want some natural coloured hair feathers this year too! What I think is really fab about these rings is that they are a statement enough piece to wear on their own but they’re meant to be stackable and they look so good when you do that. Usually I wear two stacked up on one finger and then another one on my thumb.
They’re super good value and usually start at £25 but some of them are on sale at the moment at £20 – what better excuse do you need to buy!