A couple of weeks ago I was very kindly sent a product from The Tru Brand, a new Scottish skincare brand which I’ve been following for a few months now. The owner of The Tru Brand, Sarah-Jane Lynch, aims to abolish the stigma attached to high maintenance skin, for example those with dry skin, eczema, acne or scarring. The Tru Brand’s motto is “Believable Skincare for Unbelievable Skin” and I think what Sarah-Jane is trying to do is such a good idea. When I was younger I ended up having to go to the doctors at one point because my skin was quite bad and what they gave me was this medicine-looking product in rubbish packaging, not appealing at all. Continue Reading
Even if it is a little bit late, here’s my monthly favourites for September. It’s scary how quickly this year is going by, I feel like I say this every single year.. Continue Reading
At the weekend, I went to visit Liam in Leeds and we decided to go for a belated anniversary meal. There were a few different restaurants that we were looking at, including The Alchemist and The Botanist but we decided on The Restaurant Bar & Grill in Leeds City Centre. The restaurant is situated in a huge old post office building and the entrance is equally as impressive, there was a wall made out of wine bottles which was lit up by a blue light. We were asked if we would like a drink at the bar before going to our table, for some reason we said yes then instantly regretted it as it was rammed full of loud business men so we decided to just go to our table. Thankfully we were upstairs away from all the noise, if you were thinking about going here I’d think about asking for a table upstairs as it was quieter but still had a good atmosphere.