As you’ve likely noticed, I’ve been a little awol on the Blush London site for the last few years.
I do my best, but with running a business, it’s not easy to do as much as I’d initially anticipated. Nevertheless in the last couple of months, I’ve had a chance to live a little. I moved into a new pad which has been inspiring and allowed me to explore my new found love of filming videos and also given me literal space to indulge in skincare again.
I’ve also been poking my toe into the press scene again and have already discovered some incredible brands; so here is a roundup of all I’ve seen so far and hopefully if I keep it concise enough, this is something I’ll be able to continue!
- Vintage Gorging at RetroMania
I wandered past the first vintage store I ever shopped at and got very carried away!
2. Getting Prepped for Wedding Season!
Gorgeous brand Les Heroines was first devised to give bridesmaids something fabulous to wear at weddings. I visited their Blanford St pop-up in Marylebone and want to wear everything. It’s a must-visit in person, or online.
3. Spring Skincare Haul
I desperately needed an oily cleanser to soothe my skin into Spring, so decided to splurge on Sarah Chapman‘s Ultimate Cleanser. I was definitely not disappointed. The scent is phenomenal and good enough to justify the price tag.Sarah Chapman, Skinesis, Ultimate Cleanse
I also had been seeing Embryolisse everywhere so felt impelled to buy it, on my most recent stroll through the Liberty Beauty department. I really see what all the fuss is about, as this gorgeous moisturiser is lightweight and easily absorbed, but feels suitably hydrating.
4. Suiting up for Viktor & Rolf
I had so much fun at Viktor & Rolf ‘s new Flowerbomb launch and felt t was only right to turn up in an oversized tuxedo shirt and vintage Armani mens blazer.
5. Getting in the Mood for Summer with the Anastasia Beverley Hills Palette
For my makeup app Slapp, I filmed a First Impressions on the ABH Riviera palette and boy did it get me in the mood for summer. The beauty of this palette is you can be as wild, or pared back as you like.
It’s the perfect tool for experimenting and the only palette you’ll need for Summer.