Festive Food Fun


It has become tradition in my friendship group to have an early christmas where we can stuff ourselves silly and laugh till the early hours before we all leave to go back to our home towns. I am always the host because well I enjoy playing the hostess.


Dress – H&M|Shoes – Amazon.

I wore this gorgeous dress from H&M; I love how it clings to your waist and then kicks out, it’s the perfect festive dress that you can keep in your wardrobe for other special occasions.


We feasted on baked camembert, turkey with pigs in blankets drowned in gravy finishing ourselves off with a hand decorated gingerbread house all cooked by myself. If you are looking for festive food then I got all these goodies (bar the gingerbread house) from ASDA.


I would be lost without these gorgeous girls and cannot wait for more fun adventures in 2015.

Peace Out and Pixie Dust XO

Christmas at Kew


As soon as you step into Christmas at Kew you feel like Alice stepping into Wonderland.


Wrap up warm because it is an outdoor event but a few mulled beverages should help you along the way.


Christmas at Kew is a walk through the beautiful gardens where illuminating installations create stunning sights for both children and adults.


Along the way there is a fun fair, various food and drink stalls and my favourite huge marshmallows to toast over fires whilst watching miniature plays.


I went for the Raspberry&Gin flavour and OMGoodness it was amazing!


Check out my vlog to see more or check out last years trip to Christmas at Kew here.


Peace Out and Pixie Dust XO

Late Night Museum Trips

If you’re not in the festive spirit yet then hopefully this post will give you hand. Recently my sister surprised my mum and I by coming to stay for a few days and we took the opportunity to have an afternoon and evening in London.


In amongst the twinkling trees lies the magnificent Natural History Museum and on the last friday of every month they have a light night opening with music, food and drink. The museum is free to enter although some of the exhibitions are ticketed.


We had booked tickets to go and view the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition; something that we visit every year and as always I was so impressed by the gorgeous photographs of the world and the animals around us. However I was rather disappointed that so many people were snapping photos on their smart phones – with a no photography rule and a lovely selection of postcards on sale it really ruined the atmosphere.


Waistcoat – Thrifted|Shirt – Brandy Melville|Jeans – Topshop|Boots – Primark.


After the photography exhibition I pulled my mum and sister round the dinosaur display (secret dino geek) with the museum being open after hours I felt a little like I was in The Night at the Museum and was waiting for the skeletons to start moving.


A short walk down the road lit up by Harrods we nattered over orange hot chocolates in Costa before setting off home.

Are you feeling festive?


Peace Out and Pixie Dust XO

Insta Life

I haven’t posted many insta photos on my blog for ages so I thought I would share a few good memories with y’all.


Kicking things off with two photos from Delamar; mermaid hair done by my friend Jen and a blonde Marilyn wig done by me!


Who doesn’t love a good food photo: delicious burger at Maggies in Ealing and salmon&watercress risotto cooked by me.


Two amazing nights out, one with my old school friends and another with my hilarious work mates!


Two more snaps from Delamar; in the workshop making my prosthetic and my broski Imogen and I chilling.


I have been fully embracing #tbt sharing mini me with world!


London my hometown is beautiful even in the rain and I love a bit of blackboard wit.

If you don’t already follow me on insta pop on over and enjoy my daily snaps.

Peace Out and Pixie Dust XO

Changing Faces

If you follow me on both of my Instagrams Personal or Professional then you may know that I have recently been doing a little bit of prosthetics and I thought that I would  share some photos with you because well it’s not something you get to do on a day to day basis.


We created the whole prosthetic from scratch including designing, sculpting and pouring the silicone into the mould to create our old lady face prosthetics.


It was a days worth of work and I am so thankful to the wonderful Hannah who was my model as she had to sit still for absolutely ages!


The concept of my piece was an old hippy who had been to Glastonbury a few too many times and I am pretty proud at how it turned out.



I don’t want to go into prosthetics as a career but I feel so lucky to have had the chance to step away from beauty make up and get down and dirty with a ton of clay, silicone and glue to create a whole piece. If you ever get the opportunity to do it I would highly recommend it, it’s stressful but so worth it!

Peace Out and Pixie Dust XO

A Spooky Day at Disneyland Paris

P1180331As an extra little birthday present K and I set off for a little spooky day trip to Disneyland.


Sweater – H&M|Jeans – ASOS|Shoes – Converse.


The weather was fantastic and after a very early start we finally got into Disneyland just before lunchtime and raced to join the ridiculously long queue for Crushes Coaster in the Studios. After hurtling around at top speed we made our way back to the Park and like we do every year gazed at the castle. I seriously want to live here.


After taking the usual snaps the first parade of the day occurred and yes I made my way to the front like a stroppy little child to wave and squeal at all my favourite characters.


Due to the release of Maleficent earlier in the year the courtyard of the castle had been taken over by Maleficent and her court this was super cool to see all the villains out and about and they were interacting with everyone a lot more than they did last year.




Not only were the villains out to play but Jack and Sally were having a meet and greet, they were so super sweet and chatted to everyone. I am always amazed at how many languages the cast members can speak!


We ended the day watching the afternoon parade which is always my favourite part.


Sadly after such a fun day we got stranded in Paris and had to wend our way back to the UK on a coach, but that’s a story for another time.


Peace Out and Pixie Dust Xo