Wednesday, 30 July 2014

My Favourite Destination: Laura from A Life with Frills

I'm Laura Pearson-Smith [] from fashion, beauty and luxury lifestyle blog A Life With Frills []. I'm guest posting about my favourite holiday destination here on Gemma's blog today while she's away on her own holiday adventures.
Walt Disney World is the most magical place on Earth. It's comprised of 4 theme parks, 2 water parks, many hotels and the Downtown Disney entertainment area. My favourite things about WDW are the food and the atmosphere. Don't get me wrong, I love the rides and parades, but i'd be perfectly happy just trying all the food and wandering around all the shops for the whole holiday.
I have been to Walt Disney World around 5 times; usually for a few weeks at a time. If you plan on visiting, here are my favourite things about the place-
Favourite Park- It's definitely Hollywood Studios, as I love the theming and the real American atmosphere. It is also has the best background music as you walk around, and is home to some of my favourite rides (Rock n' Roller Coaster and Tower of Terror).
Favourite Ride- It has to be Pirates of the Caribbean in Magic Kingdom's Adventureland. It has unbelievably authentic theming, right down to the smell. It really transports you to another world as soon as you join the queue.
Favourite Hotel- Polynesian, again due to the theming. Do you sense a theme here? It is an amazing Hawaiian themed resort that takes inspiration from Lilo & Stitch. It looks amazing at night, with real flames, and even has its own beach.
Favourite Table Service Restaurant- It's the 50s Prime Time Cafe in Hollywood Studios. It's set out like a 1950s American home, and waiters tell you to eat your greens. My husband hates it and thinks it's too gimmicky; but it serves all my favourite foods- southern fried chicken, and s'mores.
Favourite Quick Service Restaurant- Wolfgang Pucks in Downtown Disney Village has really great food that's not your typical burgers and fries. It's in a relaxing quiet location too.
Favourite Snack- A Waffle Sundae with lots of whipped cream and chocolate sauce. The best one i've had from from The Plaza Ice Cream Parlour on Main Street in the Magic Kingdom.
Favourite Shop- The Emporium on Main Street in Magic Kingdom is the main souvenir store in this park. It's Victorian themed, and is a great place to welcome you first thing in the morning.
Favourite Mode of Disney Transportation- The buses are my favourite as they are great for people watching and are always really well air conditioned. They also have park info videos playing on board, and the drivers can be really helpful.
Favourite Way To End The Day- I always like to stroll in the quiet tranquil part of Downtown Disney at night in the dark- the Downtown Disney Village. The stores are open late, and it's right on the edge of a lake.

Monday, 28 July 2014

Who's In My Sidebar... July Edition

Welcome to my first ever ‘Who’s in my sidebar’! Lipsticks and Lashes now offers advertising packages, and I am beyond excited to introduce to my first sponsor, Rebecca whose blog is ‘The Glitter Diaries’....

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I love having a mooch around ‘The Glitter Diaries’, its filled with lots of my favourite kind of posts from Beauty reviews, outfit posts, book reviews, DIY beauty and much more! Make sure you all go and pop by!
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Sunday, 27 July 2014

My Favourite Destination: Chloe from Lost Arrows

Hello to you lovely readers of Lipstick and Lashes!! My name is Chloe from Lost Arrows, and I'll be writing today's post while to beautiful Gemma is off on her travels! I am so jealous of her as traveling is my favourite thing to do so deciding my favourite holiday destination is going to be quite tricky!

The first holiday I had abroad was in Spain, I was quite young probably about six or seven. It became a regular thing to visit Spain every year throughout my childhood and the more I visited, the more I loved the place and even began to pick up tiny fractions of the language! Barcelona is probably one of my favourite places in Spain, we have visited quite a few different areas but Barcelona is extra magical, especially the near the fountains.

Throw back to when I was the coolest kid ever!

When I was about eight, I visited Paris for the first time which was amazing as I have family over there and we even got to spend a couple of days at Disney land! Last month I was lucky enough to go back and see my family again for the second time and by being older, I really got to appreciate how beautiful the city is.

Earlier on in the year I also took a trip with my boyfriend to Prague and this may have been my favorite city I have ever been to. I can't even begin to describe the atmosphere but it is such a wonderful place to visit. I don't know if any other place can come close to the old town square of Prague, its so lovely and one evening while we were watching one of the many street performers we witnessed a couples public engagement!! It was honestly something like you'd see on TV!

Although I do love Prague very very much, I think that Greece will always have a special place in my heart as it was the first county my boyfriend and I visited together! Two years ago we went on our first holiday to Kos and I was lucky enough to visit Rhodes last year with my best friend! There's just something about the laid back Greek lifestyle that makes me wish I could visit Greece every year, as well as the amazing beaches and beautiful weather!

I have also visited Germany on a couple of school trips and my favorite place there was the Black Forest. You've probably heard of the gâteau? The place is just like something out of a Grimms fairy tail and if anyone is thinking of going to Germany then I couldn't recommend a more special place! Also the Christmas shops there are fantastic, its like a little bit of December 25th everyday!!

Probably my favorite place I've been to might possibly be America, just based on the food alone! My boyfriends dad lives in Oklahoma so we visited last year and it was an amazing experience! I met some of the most lovely people and visited some really cool places! We are hoping to go back next year and I cannot wait! America is very different to England and it makes it such an interesting place! America is such a huge place that I would love to be able to see more of the states. There is so much to do too and see so I really hope we get to go again soon! 

As I said before, I love to travel and I never know where I might end up going next so perhaps I haven't found my favorite place yet? What I am certain of that everywhere I have been has been wonderful and magical in its own right. I think its not where you go to but what you see and do. Nothing beats an adventure or exploring a new place that you have never been before!

Chloe xxx

Friday, 25 July 2014

My Favourite Destination: Hannah from Suitcase and Sandals

Todays Guest post comes from the talented Hannah who blogs over at Suitcase and Sandals. If you have a spare few mins go check it out!

The lovely Gemma asked if there was anyone interested in doing a guest post whilst she is on Holiday this year about their favourite place to visit. I immediately contacted her, as I love sharing my favourite places with other lovely bloggers, and she kindly allowed me to write this post. Thank you Gemma! I hope you are having a special time away.
 I have visited the beautiful Davutlar in Turkey in 2011, 2013 and I’m heading there again for two weeks at the end of this summer. I love the relaxed atmosphere of the place as it is not overly touristy, unlike Kusadasi which is just a 30 minute drive away. I have stayed in a villa there both times and I’m staying on the same site again in the summer which is only a 10 minute walk from the most gorgeous beaches! I’m not really sure how I’m going to fit all of the reasons why I love this place so much but I’m aiming to do my best…

 The site is called Rimakent Sitesi, and there are a lot of these different sites spread around. Most of the people that holiday in the Davutlar area are Turkish which I like because I feel as though I get more of an authentic experience when I holiday there. On the site I stay on, it is roughly half Turkish, half English and some of them even live there throughout the year. All I’m going to say is that my family pretty much have the pool to ourselves until the afternoon, which is amazing – I love just relaxing by the pool with a book. It is so peaceful and there are some mountains right behind the site which makes some lovely scenery!
 Usually we just laze around by the pool soaking up the sun which is so chilled. However, both years we have been we have gone on a boat trip which takes us for the day around the national park bays which is in the village on from Davutlar, called Guzel Camli. The views are incredible. The sea is honestly crystal clear and it is so peaceful. I usually take my book, my ipod and my camera and that is me sorted for the day (not forgetting suncream!!!!) but many other people will be jumping off the boat and playing in the water, which I have done once but the sea scares me. Maybe this year…
Last year we were taken to have breakfast in the mountains and I fell in love. Not only with the food, which was absolutely to die for and I still make some of the foods we had that day, but the views were amazing, we could see all the way to the sea! I cannot wait to go back there again this year and have some of the Turkish breakfast. This included my all time favourite dish which is called Menemen and is basically just tomato and egg, which sounds like a weird combo but trust me it is incredible! Here is a link to the BBC’s version of a menemen recipe if you fancy trying it for yourself!
Speaking of food, I just have to mention that in general the food in Turkey is amazing. My favourite restaurant, the Agora in Guzel Camli serves the most amazing bread as a starter which comes with garlic butter and tomato dip. I could eat this 24/7. It is amazing, and I haven’t even started on how nice their mains are! Chicken Shish is what I tend to go for in most restaurants in Turkey because it is just so tasty! Another amazing thing about the majority of the restaurants in the local area is that they will pick you up and take you home FREE OF CHARGE. The Agora even has a jeep they bring sometimes which is so exciting because you are sitting on the back of a jeep heading down a dual carriageway with no seatbelt on. Not the safest, but exhilarating all the same. In Kusadasi there are even more restaurants, although I have only ever been to one. It was called the Saray and it was great fun! There was music, dancing, cocktails and great food. The only downside was that it was fairly expensive compared to all the other restaurants by the beach that we go to! One thing about Turkey is that you really do get things cheaply. I think we would get a Spag bol for £3/4 or something which is madness.

I just have to mention the markets I have been to as well. In Davutlar there is a market every Wednesday and Sunday, and I love going. I have brought so many beautiful clothes, shoes and scarves there which I have previously posted about on my blog. In Kusadasi there is also a market but we gave it a miss last year – it is quite overwhelming and we weren’t with my Dad so we decided not to go. I liked this market, but I prefer the smaller one if I’m being honest because the things being sold there were more authentic to Turkey. Davutlar is a locals market, whereas Kusadasi is touristier! They also have amazing pancake type things called Gozleme’s at Davutlar market which are super yummy!

This year I’m hoping to go back to all of the places I love in Turkey, and also head back into Kusadasi to go to the waterpark there as this is a place we have not yet been to but would really love to go to! Davutlar is the perfect place for a relaxing and chilled, yet cultural holiday which is why I love it so much. I could talk about Turkey all day, but I’m sure you are all very busy so I will leave it at that. I hope you have enjoyed hearing about my favourite place to visit ever!
Have you ever been to Turkey? Have you ever been to the Davutlar area? Let me know what you thought!

Wednesday, 23 July 2014

My Favourite Destination: Rachel from illustrated-teacup

Hello lovely lipstick and lashes followers, I’m Rachel of illustrated-teacup. I blog about tattoos, and life around being a heavily tattooed female in today’s society.
When Gemma posted on Twitter asking for guest bloggers to write about travel, I jumped at the chance. I don’t have a big opportunity to write about travelling within my own blog, but I have a serious travel bug, so I’m super pleased to be able to share here.

So without further-a-do:

I was asked to write about my favourite destination – which I have to say was a pretty damn hard decision. I’ve been lucky enough to do a fair amount of travelling in the last few years, to some beautiful places. I’ve done little trips with friends to Corfu and Barcelona, and volunteered in South Africa, but I think my favourite trip so far was my honeymoon.
We decided to travel around Italy for two weeks after our wedding last year (my husband hates flying anyway, and was told a few month before that he couldn’t fly for at least seven months due to a collapsed lung). So we travelled everywhere by train. Fortunately my husband organised the lot whilst signed off from the aforementioned collapsed lung.
We started our journey in our home in Southampton and got the train to Ashford to await the Eurostar – there our trip properly began and visited ten locations in two countries.
·         Paris
·         Milan
·         Como
·         Piza
·         Florence
·         Naples
·         Rome
·         Pompei
·         Sorrento
·         Venice
·         Paris (again)
We spent a day or three in each location and then moved on (that order might not be exact).
My favourite was a real hard decision as I loved so many of the places we visited, but it came down to two – Florence and Sorrento. We had two days in Florence, and three in Sorrento. And they are both so completely different, and loved in different ways.
Sorrento was our relaxing stop off. Our hotel was beautiful, based in the harbour, overlooking the sea. We had the best seafood I have ever eaten, all freshly caught. It was sunny and warm our entire time there, and was just blissful and tranquil. However, there isn’t vast amount of activities unless you want to boat across to Capri or Amalfi (our plan for if we visit again), but if you want a beauty spot to chill, then this is PERFECT.
Florence, on the other hand, is a bustling, busy and totally beautiful city. If you’re after culture and shopping then this is for you.
The highlight for me was Il Duomo, Florence’s famous cathedral. It is utterly breath-taking. And we trekked the 486 steps (a lot of them in a stone spiral staircase) to the top of the dome to see the most stunning views of Florence.

Wondering the streets of this famous city, with its beautiful buildings, museums, galleries, and churches with my husband completed my honeymoon for me. The street vendors and artists fill the streets, and although there are LOADS of tourists, it is still a fabulous place.

We unfortunately misjudged Florence prior to going there, and wish we’d stayed longer; but it goes mean we can return in the future and finish exploring, and relive our honeymoon.
NOTE: If you want to see Michelangelo’s David; get up early. The queues for the gallery he is in start growing early in the day and you could be waiting hours to go in.


So that’s me done. My favourite holiday destination to date. It has special significance for all the right reasons, and will always be a happy memory.

Have you been to Florence or Sorrento?
If so, what were your favourite bits of your trip, and your advice for a future trip?

Monday, 21 July 2014

Motivational Monday #22

I am off on my holidays this week! I am heading to Malta for 10 days and can’t wait! I’ve never been to Malta and have only heard positive things so can’t wait to check it out for myself.
Travelling, no matter how far you travel, is so important to me. The world is such a wonderful place and I am determined to see as much of it as I can in my life time. Travelling is so enriching you can only gain and grow from it!
So thinking along these lines I have some awesome guest posts lined up for whilst I’m away from some wonderful bloggers telling you about their favourite destinations. I hope you all enjoy them!
Happy Monday Lovelies!

Sunday, 20 July 2014

Younique Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes


If I was only allowed to use one piece of makeup ever again it would have to be mascara or anything to enhance my lashes! I love good looking lashes so was beyond excited when Nichole from Younique sent me their ‘Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes’ to try!
Youniques’ Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes is meant to add thickness and volume to your lashes while still looking completely real and natural. I’ve seen a few reviews online already for this product and was impressed by the results but was keen to see myself if it actually works. I love the packaging, it comes in a smart quilted black case. Inside is what looks like two tubes of mascara, one is the Transplanting Gel and the other is the Fibers.
So to apply, you need to apply a thin coat of your of your usual mascara and then let it dry. You then apply a thin coat of Transplanting Gel onto your lashes. Then you need to immediately, before the gel dries, apply the fibers onto the lashes. Finally you seal the fibers with another coat of the Transplanting Gel.

At first look I thought the application was going to be a bit fiddly and a bit of a pain, but it’s actually quite easy to use. The fibers reminded me of little bits of black fluff but once coated on your lashes it loses that look and smoothes into the lashes quite nicely. I was worried it would look clumpy but when you use the Transplanting Gel, the brush allows you to remove any lumps and create the look you want.
The results, as you can see in the photos, are incredible! I normally use Benefits They’re Real Mascara which I adore as I think that adds length and volume to my eye lashes so was interested if the Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes would have much of an effect. Well check them out, I am so happy with the results, they have doubled and look fab! They look so much like false lashes, but are so much better as you don't run the risk of them falling off half way through the night and looking like you have a spider crawling across your face!
I was curious to see how long they would last, whether they would wilt and drop after a couple of hours or not. I applied the fiber lashes first thing in the morning and they were still looking great at the end of the day, which is more than I can say for most mascaras I use! I am going to be using this product a lot, especially on nights out when I want to make a statement!
Youniques’ Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes are not currently available in the UK but are heading this way in the autumn! If you’d like to know more can subscribe to Nicholes mailing list via her facebook page and you can also check out her website for more information. I can’t wait for it to head to these shores so I can see what other magical products they have!  

Friday, 18 July 2014

The Blogmopolitan Quiz

During a late night blog reading session I came across Erin's blog 'Two Thirds Hazel' and this specific post of hers, The Blogmopolitan Quiz which she has created and has encouraged other bloggers to join in to! It looked like a bit of fun, so I figured id give it ago... here is what I came up with!

Eyeko Skinny Liquid Eyeliner in Black

I have wanted to try Eyeko’s Skinny Liquid Eyeliner for quite a while but have seen mixed reviews and with a bit of a price tag have restrained myself. However when I was in my local newsagents and spotted it as the free gift with Glamour magazine last month, I couldn’t resist spending the £2 for it! What a bargain!
So the mixed reviews I has seen stated that it was hard to use, goes crusty on your eyes and also dries out pretty quickly. Well I have been using it for a couple of weeks now and have to say I am pretty impressed with it.
For sooo long now I dream of being able to do eyeliner flicks to match the great eye flicks of Alexa Chung and Zooey Deschanel. I have a long way to go but I’m a believer that with practice I may get there one day! At the moment I am cursed with being able to do one eye spot on and the other looks like a child has done it. However I will persist!
I tend to use gel eyeliners to do mine but it’s a bit of a faff with the whole pot and a brush, especially if you want to just tidy it up while you’re out. I have tried pens in the past and find they don’t really show up on my lids. So I was really chuffed when this one went on a nice dark black and shock horror stayed like that! It dries pretty quickly so you don’t need to worry about smudging it and I found the brush so easy to use. It allowed me to get closed to my eye line and with its pointed tip I was able to be pretty precise.
Eyeko states that their pen is smudge proof and fade proof, over the couple of weeks I have been using this pen I would have to agree that it’s true. It lasts most of the day and stays put! I definitely recommend this product and when it runs out I may treat myself to it now.

Wednesday, 16 July 2014

How to apply the perfect fake tan!

Over the years I have been the key example of how not to fake tan! There has been many a time where I’ve managed to look as orange as an oompa lompa, covered in dodgy streaks and let’s not forget the awesome orange stained hands look! I am the queen of the dodgy fake tan!
I like to think over the years I have finally managed to master the application of fake tan, I think the key thing to remember is don’t use your hands! A fake tan toolkit is key, I thoroughly recommend that you all go and buy yourself a mitt now! This point has been emphasised to me recently when I was kindly sent a few Velvotan self tanning tools by the lovely folk at Hampton Brands (check out their facebook page, they often have fab beauty giveaways!) which has just increased my confidence when applying the tan!
Now I’m not a fake tan addict like some but I do like to have some on during the summer on nights out and events. I don’t want to be stood there looking like a polar bear next to all my mates now! So today’s post is all about how to look like a shimmering sun goddess...
Up first, skin prep is key! You need to make sure you exfoliate and have skin as smooth as a baby’s bottom! I make sure I shave my legs and then I use Velvotans Body Polishing Sponge which helps remove any dead skin. You just need to use a bit of shower gel and warm water and use it as you would a normal sponge. Easy!

When I’m completely dry I then start applying the tan. My current fave is Rimmel London’s Sun Shimmer Instant Tan, which is a wash off tan and is also water resistant, I use their medium shade. I have been using rimmels instant wash off tan range for a few years now and it’s perfect. It’s just the right shade for my skin tone and I like the consistency of it. It doesn’t streak or run and lasts until you next shower.

Now as I’ve said before I use a body mitt to apply all over, it is so much better than using your hands as it gives you a much more even application. I then use the Velvotan Self Tan Back Applicator, which has been a life saver, making those hard to reach areas not so impossible to reach! After my body has an even coat I then focus on my face. I don’t know about anyone else but this is the bit I hate the most! If you get it right you look a sun kissed beauty, get it wrong and you look like you’ve had a fight with a wotsit! Not an attractive look and not one I wish to sport. However lately I’ve been trying out the Velvotan Face Mitt (it is so tiny and cute!) which makes it so much easier to apply and less risk of getting it wrong!
Tadah! I am then ready for a night out with the girls, a bronzed Adonis!
What are your tips for getting the perfect fake tan?

Monday, 14 July 2014

Whats Keeping You From Acheiveing Your Goals?

So every week I normally do a Motivational Monday post, so this is a something a little different today! This is due to a number of reasons, but mainly I’ve had today off work, I’ve had an awesome 3 day weekend catching up with friends and enjoying the beautiful weather. I was going to write a post this morning but was too busy making the most of today! It’s taken me a long time to realise its ok to blog when I like, I don’t need a regimental routine and have to post every day, it’s a hobby and I should do it when I feel like it and write because it’s what I love to do! It’s such a great feeling when you have that wake up call, I used to panic if I didn’t blog on my usual days but I’ve learnt that it’s ok!
However I then spent a few hours catching up on my favourite blogs with a cup of camomile tea in hand when I came across this thought provoking post by Elizabeth over at ‘Delightfully Tacky’ titled ‘What’s keeping you from achieving your goals?’ and she encouraged her readers to join in and answer the question too. So instead of bringing you a motivational Monday post, today I am going to attempt to answer the question as I think it’s still in keeping with my usual Monday posts. If you read my motivational Monday series you will know that the aim of me doing them is to keep me focused and positive and to move forward in my life, so this question fits in perfectly.
Well I can’t explain how relevant the question ‘What’s keeping you from achieving your goals? ‘ Is to me at this moment in time. My life feels a little on stand still at the moment and I’m not sure how to move forward. I am 28, living in my parents loft, not particularly enjoying work at the moment and I am piss poor, to say this isn’t where I thought I would be at 28 would be a massive understatement. Although I can’t complain as I have no regrets and have had some incredible opportunities come my way, but right now I am in a rut.
My dream and goal is to travel the world, see as much of it as I can and I’d love to live and work in somewhere like New Zealand for a year. So what’s stopping me I hear you ask? Well I am the queen of making excuses, I am also a giant wimp who lives in a bubble of fear and I also have a sense of responsibility. Let me break these down for you... I am terrified about going travelling on my own, although I have an overpowering need to see if I can and prove to myself I can do it. I also worry that at 28 I am a little too old to be living a backpacker’s life now, I have done a few countries when I was younger and no most people will be a lot younger than me. Also at 28 so many of my friends are settling down, being sensible and buying houses, having babies etc so a small part of me wonders if I should be doing the same? I am 98% sure I am not ready for any of that yet, there is way too much I want and need to do first.
I also have a massive sense of responsibility to my parents, my mum has MS and needs a lot of support and help. My dad is an awesome carer to her, but works full time and doesn’t have the best health himself. So since moving home I have taken on a caring role and do as much as I can to help out. So I’m now going to sound like a complete dick, but I worry they are becoming a little reliant on me and don’t want that to happen as I am desperate to move abroad, on the flip side I would worry about them and don’t want it all to land on my dad’s shoulders. They don’t hold me here, they encourage me to live my life, so I know they’d feel terrible if they knew I felt like this but I guess if you’re a carer yourself you may understand.
Another slight thing keeping me back from achieving my goals is the fact I have zero money. I am useless at saving! I do try but fail miserable! Each month I try and keep some pennies aside but then guaranteed something happens to my car or something pops up unexpectedly. I am now debating working abroad but now sure how I would even start looking for work, I’ve also been thinking about doing a TEFL course and I might be able to get around using that.
I also have a giant fear that I will never get to achieve my goals, what if this is it? Well I can make as many excuses under the sun but at the end of the day my dreams and goals are in my hands and it’s up to me to get myself there. I know I will achieve my goals one day, life is too short not to live it to the max and do what you want. I am determined to sort out the financial situation, to start coming up with a plan of where to go first and how to do it. I get really upset as I wish I could be doing it now, I think I just need to remind myself that where I am now is taking steps towards achieving what I want and its going to feel even more well deserved and appreciated when I do get there.
Apologies for the long waffling post, I’m not sure it even makes sense, but I can’t explain how good it feels to just sit at my laptop and just type all that out. Not thinking about it too much, just letting the words flow. Do you see what I mean I am amazing at making excuses? I think I need someone to come along and give me a massive kick on the bum! I would love to hear what’s keeping you back from achieving your goals?

Sunday, 13 July 2014

Food: Nutella Brownies

I am obsessed with Nutella! It is my naughty go to when I want a bit of sweetness, I just dip a spoon in the tub and get stuck in! When I came across this recipe for Nutella Brownie, I couldn’t resist giving them a try. They are now a regular occurrence in my kitchen, they are so easy to make and just way too yummy!

8oz Nutella
2 Eggs
5oz Flour
Chopped Walnuts
What to do...
Preheat the oven to 200c and spray a muffin tray with non-stick cooking spray. Then in a bowl mix together the Nutella and Eggs. Add the flour, and whisk until fully blended and smooth. Spoon evenly into muffin tray and sprinkle with the chopped walnuts.
Put in the oven for 10 minutes, this may vary depending on your oven, so just until the tops have set and cracked around the edges. The middle needs to be wet and fudgy! When you remove from oven, leave to cool for 5 minutes.
Bon Appétit!

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