If you follow me on my Instagram, you may have seen that I recently worked with Julbox to design my own jewellery. They reached out and asked several bloggers to design their own jewellery which is now available on the Julbox store!! I am SO excited to say that my jewellery is now actually up for sale. I've been waiting for the moment I can finally say that.

I was so excited at this opportunity as I had so many ideas and things I wanted to do. 
The design process was fun, but also challenging. I wanted to do something that represented me whilst also had a meaning behind it. My first few designs were a bit too simple, and slowly as I built on my designing skills I began making more complex designs. 

I have a full Youtube video on the process, as well as the products here:

I thought I'd also share some photos and give a quick explanation about each design:


I was inspired by the 'wishbone' to create this design. In the centre of this piece, there are two wishbones that are reflecting each other, and these are framed. I really liked the way this all went together. You can purchase it here, with a choice between 18k gold or sterling silver. 

Evil Eyes

Inspired by the Turkish evil eye, I decided to do a little different take on it. 
The 'pupil' of the eye is the crystal in the middle, and there are several eyes around it. I really like this design, as I feel like it can be interpreted in so many ways. It is available here.

A huge thank you to everyone at Julbox for helping me through this process. I can't wait to see what other projects we will be working on in the future.
Once again feel free to have a look at my store here!

Recently I have been getting back into Youtube. I have so many video ideas, and things I want to say on my channel, I can't wait for the end of exams where I can begin working on all my ideas. 
I have had the Sweet Peach Palette by Too Faced for quite some time, you can look at the review here, and I've wanted to film a tutorial.
My friend Maddy and I decided to each do a makeup tutorial using the palette; mine was a night time look and hers was a day time look.
You can have a look at mine below :)

And you can view Maddy's here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPH7t21G-EFQ1-WuMFwx1jA

I absolutely love this palette and I really liked how this look turned out.
Do you prefer this palette for night time or day time looks?

I finally have a new video up! It's a what's on my clothing rack video, where I am showing you my most worn items for this season :)

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