Review-TheBalm FratBoy Blusher

Friday, 30 October 2015

Hello again,

A couple of posts ago, I mentioned that I had purchased my first ever product from TheBalm (that product being the Frat Boy Blusher) ,and I was super excited as I had been desperate to own one of their products for ages! Considering Frat Boy is my first product by TheBalm, I thought I would write a bit of a review on it which will hopefully prove helpful to any of you who are interested in either getting  a new blusher or one of The Balm's products.

The Packaging is...super cute, and very substantial for a blusher -as well as the actual blusher packaging there is a identical cardboard sleeve around it to keep it together. Of course, like all other packaging by TheBalm it is very eye catching and quite different from your regular blushers, and that's one of the things that I think makes it unique. Inside the packet there is the blusher (obviously) and above it a mirror which again is very handy and will prove useful for when I'm out and about or travelling. 

The Colour is...quite pigmented compared to that of my last blusher (Well-Dressed by MAC which took several coats to actually show up on my skin) so I was pretty shocked at how pink my cheeks became upon first use. However, I have quickly got use to the depth of the pink and now apply it in smaller amounts, or just dab it on my cheeks with my fingers for a more subtle look.

The Value for Money is..good in the grand scheme of things, as at around £16 it is cheaper than my MAC blusher but is also more expensive than a lot of other drugstore blushers. I do honestly believe that it is still affordable as a product though, and as I will go onto explain the quality of the product does make its cost justifiable.

The Quality is...amazing from what I have seen so far-the colour stays all day and just helps to add a bit of a healthy pink to my cheeks now we are into the colder months. As I previously said, the packaging is definitely one of a kind and very hard wearing by the look of it, which will make it ideal to pop in my handbag or in my makeup bag when I go on holiday. It's definitely proved to me that TheBalm are all about good quality products, and for that reason I am very excited to make my next purchase with them very soon (I have no idea what I will buy yet though as there are so so so many items that I want!)

Well, that was a quick review of my newest blusher and first product by TheBalm. I hope you enjoyed reading this post, and I hope it helped anyone who is on the hunt for a new blusher out!

Thank you for reading...

Olivia xo

I have seen people before question whether TheBalm products are available in the UK so I will just link to both Asos and Superdrug as I know they both stock this brand:

10 Things I love about Autumn and Winter

Wednesday, 28 October 2015

Hello Everyone,

Anyone who knows me, knows that I am obsessed with this time of year! I do love the spring and summer months, but in the UK we have a lack of definition with the seasons (we rarely have a decent summer) so I can better prepare myself for the colder months. Therefore, I get pretty excited for autumn and winter all year, and here are the things I love and most look forward to at this time of year...

1. Cosy Clothes- I feel the cold terribly, so when the British Summer does its typical trick and fails miserably I end up feeling freezing in my thin, summery clothes. However, although I still feel the cold in the autumn and the winter, I feel I can accommodate to it a lot more and wrap up in layers of warm jumpers and scarves. 

2. Lush- The products in Lush at this time of year always excite me-just visiting the Lush store in Oxford Street was enough to make me want to purchase literally every product they sell. The Christmas range particularly entices me every year-candy mountain and a giant bottle of Snow Fairy are all I need to get by!

3. Warm Drinks- I love a good cup of tea as it is refreshing all year round, but in the colder months it's always nice to treat yourself to a hot chocolate daubed in mounds of cream and piled high with marshmallows. Starbucks' Pumpkin Spice Latte is something that I look forward to all year long, as well as all the speciality winter drinks that become available in Costa Coffee!

4. Comfort Food- in the winter it just feels so good to have some nice, warm food! Cheesy mashed potato. Big bowls of soup. Warm sponge puddings and custard. I definitely eat more stodgy food in the autumn/winter which isn't great for me,but to be honest when it's cold outside and I have just walked home in the rain/snow (you never know what you're going to get in the UK) I feel as though I deserve some good old comfort food.

5. Dark Nights- some people hate them, some people love them. I particularly love the dark nights as I'm find them cosy, comforting and the real marking of the start of the build up to Christmas. The only problem I find with them is that the light seems to deteriorate very quickly when I'm taking my blog photos, so I think I'm going to have to take my photos in bulk for the next few months. 

6. Darker Makeup- Berry Lips. Deep smoky eyes. I just love the makeup looks that I am free to create in autumn and winter as I feel they suit my fair skin a lot better than the dewy, tanned looks of the summer. I have so many beauty items currently on my Wishlist for this time of year, (the item I most want being the Naked Smoky Palette) and I can't wait till I go to the Clothes Show in a month or so as I can pick up loads of makeup there!

7. Baking-I bake all year round to be honest, but I seem to have more lazy days in the house when I can bake in the colder months. Once it gets to the end of November/December, I tend to make a few batches of mince pies, as well as tonnes of other Christmas themed biscuits and cakes. 

8. Christmas!- obviously this had to be on my list as I just love Christmas! I am a little obsessed with all things Christmas and am even starting to listen to the Yuletide tunes already (no shame!), because I just love the general vibe and feeling that Christmas time brings. Of course I like receiving presents at Christmas, but I also love buying presents for others and wrapping them up in cute paper, clad with many a sparkly bow!

9. Shopping- I'm a self-confessed shopaholic all year round, but Christmas time just gives me even more reason to hit the shops. As I said previously, I have the Clothes Show coming up when I am sure to buy bags of stuff, as well as the tonnes of Christmas shopping that I will get through up to and after then. Of course after Christmas there's also all the Boxing Day sales to visit as well, so at least I have those to look forward to once the present shopping has dried up. 

10. My Birthday- this isn't until the end of January (the 29th if you were wondering) but it's still classed as winter time and of course I still get very excited for it! The only downside of my birthday is that it's pretty close to Christmas so I can't think of presents that I want very often, but even so it's my birthday and I love birthdays!

Well, I may have rambled a fair bit throughout this post but if you did manage to read tip the end you hopefully got a bit of an insight into my life and an insight into all the things that I love about this time of year!

What do you love about Autumn and Winter?

Thank you all for reading,

Olivia xo

Baking-Toffee Popcorn Cookies

Monday, 26 October 2015

Hello Everyone,

I haven't baked anything in ages, let alone wrote a baking post to go alongside my sweet treats. However, yesterday I finally got round to making some cookies that I saw in the Sainsburys Magazine last month, and seeing as they turned out to be pretty tasty I thought I would share the recipe with you here today...


225g Butter
250g Demerara Sugar
1 Large Egg
300g Self-Raising Flour
1/2 tbs Baking Powder
100g Toffee Popcorn
100g Dark Chocolate


1. Preheat the oven to 180c/ Gas Mark 4 and then line a couple of baking trays with baking paper.
2. Next, beat the butter and sugar together in a large bowl, and when they are well combined add in the egg and mix again.
3. Tip in the flour, baking powder, half the popcorn and mix it all together until it resembles a dough-like consistency. At this point, separate the dough into golf ball-sized balls and place them on the baking trays.
4. Lightly flatten each ball and press a couple of pieces of toffee popcorn into each one before putting them into the oven.
5. Bake the cookies for about 15 minutes, or until they are mostly golden brown. Then, leave them to cool for a while before melting the dark chocolate and drizzling it over each one.

And that's all there is to it really! This is such an easy recipe, and it results in a batch of absolutely gorgeous cookies (even if I do say so myself)!

I hope you all enjoyed another baking post seeing as it's been so long since my last...

Thank you all for Reading,

Olivia xo

Beauty and Fashion Haul

Saturday, 24 October 2015

Hello Again,

I feel like I haven't done a haul post in ages, as when I'm at school I don't get so much time to do shopping. However, now I have a couple of weeks off I decided to take full advantage of the potential shopping time and the money I had saved up to buy some bits and bobs...

So here's just a few of the things I I have picked up over the first week of my holidays....


TheBalm Frat Boy Blush-I have wanted to own a product by TheBalm for so long, so you can only imagine my excitement when I saw that they now stock it in the Superdrug in the Bullring! There's a big stand of TheBalm right at the front of the store, with so many amazing products-I ended up buying FratBoy though as I needed a new blusher desperately.

Real Techniques Sponge-I have expressed my love for these sponges before in other posts, so it's no surprise that I went out and bought another one. I feel personally that it is a good idea for me to have a couple to hand, as I use them everyday without fail and need two in rotation for when I wash them etc.

Superdrug Foundation/Concealer Brush-There's currently 3 for 2 on all cosmetics in Superdrug so this was my free product after also buying the blush and sponge. It's double ended with both a foundation and concealer brush which I'm sure I will find very useful for travelling.

Mac Lipgloss in 'Kinky'- I bought both my Mac products from Bicester Village outlets. This lipgloss is a shimmery red which I think looks perfect for this time of year. It was obviously discounted as it was from an outlet store and cost a few pounds less than what I would have normally been (I'm not sure how much less though).

Mac Nail Polish in 'Sunset Sky'- I have never tried a Mac nail polish before, but I just couldn't resist this one-it cost £7 instead of £10 and the shade of it is just gorgeous. It's a super autumnal colour and from the one time I have used it I can already see its quality shining through with no chips being sustained for days.


Primark Roll Neck-I have seen these featured in a few videos and blogposts, and for the super low price of £6 I knew I had to get one. I got mine in a burgundy colour as I'm loving that shade right now, and despite its cheapness it's material is very soft and stretchy.

Topshop Sweater-Not only does this sweater look nice, it feels amazing too (you honestly wouldn't believe how soft it is)! It's quite baggy and fleecy so is perfect for the colder months, and was £25 which isn't bad for Topshop really.

New Look Denim Skirt-Looking for a black denim skirt was a bit of a mission to be honest, as most stores only stock blue ones. However, I wasn't going to give up as I think black denim is a lot more versatile and is easy to wear all year round (whether it be with thick black tights and a jumper in winter, or with a cute blouse in the summer). I finally came across this particular one in New Look and it was only £16.99.

Well I hope you all enjoyed having a little muse over my latest buys...

Thank you for reading,

Olivia xo

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A Trip to London...

Thursday, 22 October 2015

Hello Everyone,

As you may know from my last post, I went to London last weekend! Therefore, I thought it might be a good idea to just share some of the photos I took whilst I was there and share some of the things I did...

Top-Westminster (The Houses of Parliament and Big Ben).
Bottom Left-Tower Bridge (we were only trying to walk over this to get to Tower Hill tube station, yet we actually ended up waiting on here whilst the bridge lifted up for a tall boat to pass underneath)
Bottom Right-The view from Wellington Arch (I never knew that you could actually go inside of the arch that resides by Hyde Park, but you actually can, and obviously we did because I wouldn't have took this photo otherwise!)

Left-M&M World (I had only ever been to the M&M World in Florida before, and I thought that was pretty big. But the one in London is pretty overwhelming with its strong chocolately scent and four floors of M&M-ness)
Top Right-The cupcakes in Harrods Food Hall (the only thing I gained from visiting Harrods was the knowledge that it is a very very very confusing shop-we got lost several times)
Bottom Right-Oxford Street (I have been shopping on Oxford Street before, but this time I only visited a couple of the shops-Lush and Bershka to be precise.)

Top Left- Lush Purchases (check out my previous post to see more about these)
Top Right-Mac Purchases from Bicester Village (we visited these outlets on the way home, and I bought a couple of bits from Jack Wills and a nail polish and lipgloss from Mac that I will probably feature in an upcoming post)
Bottom Left-The cupcake my Dad bought me from Harrods (it was quite an expensive cupcake, but it tasted amazing so I guess you get what you pay for!)
Bottom Right-My bag of Lush goodies!

I'm sorry that this post was only short and didn't feature any photos of me (I couldn't really find any decent ones), but hopefully it gave you all a little insight into what I did in London, and maybe it also gave you some inspiration if you ever go to London in the future.

Thank you for Reading,

Olivia xo

Lush Oxford Street

Tuesday, 20 October 2015

Hello Again,

When I found out that I was going to London for the weekend this month, I immediately knew that I had to make visiting the Lush store on Oxford Street one of my top priorities! All too many people have raved about it in videos and blog posts, therefore I knew my visit was well overdue-hence why I was so excited to finally go...

The shop is massive with all the products a Lush addict could wish for and so much more! However, I only bought three products as I had to make my money last for the rest of my trip, but I'm pretty certain I could of bought loads more under different circumstances. I will definitely be making many a visit to Lush throughout the coming months though to stock up on all the bath products I love (the Autumn/Winter products are just too irresistible)!

Anyway, below are the products that I did actually buy, and I have just added an image of each one and a short description in case any of you are interested in what a certain item is like...

Candy Mountain-I bought this bubble bar on a few occasions last year as I just love how it smells, and how it turns my bath water pink. It's basically a bubble bar version of the Snow Fairy shower gel and has a very sweet smell (a bit like Calpol really) which I find particularly appealing. It is meant to beChristmas  themed, although I don't find it as wintery as other items in Lush (however this doesn't make me love it any less!)

Cinders-I have never tried this bath bamb before, but I'm super excited to try it out soon as it smells pretty good and looks really cute. I believe it to be a bonfire themed product, so it will be a great product to use around the end of October/beginning of November. Normally, I only go for bubble bars from Lush as you can cut them up and make them last longer, but on this occasion I really wanted to try out Cinders as it was about £2/£3 and it just looked really cute.

Sparkly Pumpkin-this is one of my absolute favourite Lush products, and I can't even express how happy I was to see it back in store again this year. It is the epitome of Autumn in my mind, with its sweet cinamony scent and it's gorgeous golden glitter. Like I previously mentioned, as with other bubble bars I will just cut this up into maybe four chunks and use them separately as I feel it is a waste to use the bubble bar all in one go when using it in say quarters still gives you loads of bubbles!

I hope you enjoyed having a little muse over the three items I bought from Lush. If there are any other products that you think I will love, don't hesitate to mention them in the comments below!

Thank you for reading,

Olivia xo

Review-Benefit High Beam

Sunday, 18 October 2015

Hello Everyone,

I'm going to straight up, admit the fact that right now I'm a bit obsessed with all things Benefit. I already own several items by them and would most probably regard them as my favourite makeup brand, so it will come as no shock to you that last weekend I added another of their products to my collection. 

Two words...High Beam

For those of you who don't know, high beam is a pearly tinted, liquid highlighter that is of a pretty creamy consistency and comes in a bottle with a thin brush for application (a bit like a nail varnish bottle really).

Last Christmas, I received a tiny, travel sized High Beam in a Benefit set and somehow I have managed to get it to last up until just a week or so ago. For such a small bottle though (and I mean seriously small) it lasted a long time, and that gave me a lot of hope for when I got this much larger full sized version.

A small amount of the highlighter goes a long way, which most probably explains why it takes so long for the product to run out-dabbing just a tiny dot onto my cheeks normally does the job. Also, in all honesty, I prefer the liquid to a powder highlighter as I feel you can contour and strobe a lot more easily with it. The fact that it's pearly creates a bit of a sheen on my skin as well (not in a shiny, greasy way though) which helps to make my skin glow and look a little more healthy throughout the colder months.

Normally when I use this product, I will first apply all my base products and my bronzer before just dabbing high beam up onto my cheekbones, under the arch of my brows and along my nose. I will then just blend it in from there-however, I think it would look quite nice just to wear this product in the summer, or maybe on holiday with less makeup to just highlight and add a bit of glow to the skin.

Overall, as you can probably tell I really do like this product and am extremely happy to now say that I own the full sized version of it. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is looking for a decent highlighter, as I'm sure that it will be a makeup staple of mine for months to come.

Have you ever tried High Beam? If not, which highlighters do you like to use?

Thank you for reading,

Olivia xo

My Cambridge Satchel!

Wednesday, 14 October 2015

Hello Again,

I have wanted to get a new bag for a while now, and for a few weeks I was planning to just purchase one from a high street store. But then, I thought it would make more sense to get a more expensive bag that I can use for ages, instead of one that I can just use for a couple of months.

I took this as my perfect oppurtunity to buy a Cambridge Satchel, as its a bit of an aim of mine to get one for ages, after lusting over all the beautiful colours and styles in magazines for months...

I bought my bag off the Cambridge Satchel website and actually managed to get 10% off by signing up with my email. There are so so so many bags on the site-so many that I in fact really struggled to make a decision on which style and colour to get. In the end though, I went for the Pine Colour, 14 inch satchel-green as I thought it would be a very versatile colour that would work all year round, and 14 inch as I thought it would be a big enough size to fit everything I need into the bag.

As you can see in my photos, I also got a heart embossed onto the front of my bag (I went for a heart as I'm personally not that keen on my initials being on my bag, and thought the heart would just look quite cute and different).

The delivery of my satchel was extremely fast, and I was already taking it out and about with me, less than a week after ordering it. It's packaging was also really impressive and sturdy-inside the box there was even a complementary Curly Wurly chocolate bar, and bag itself came inside a Cambridge Stachel drawstring bag (this is the bag you can see in my first photo) that I will definitely find useful to store my bag in when I'm not using it. 

Obviously,  I also really very happy with the bag on the whole as it is just as perfect as I envisioned it to be when clicking the 'purchase' button on the website- it is a great size, the leather feels amazing and the colour is just stunning!

I know this was only a short post, but I hope you all enjoyed having a little look at my new Cambridge Satchel, as I'm sure I will talk some more about it in future posts and also probably feature it on my Instagram a lot in the coming months.

Also, from Saturday I will be posting a whole lot more for a couple of weeks( as I am off school once again so will have a lot to talk about :)

Thank you for Reading,

Olivia xo

Another Autumn Fashion Wishlist...

Sunday, 11 October 2015

Hello Everyone,

You may well know that I love fashion in Autumn/Winter a hell of a lot more than in Spring/Summer. This is mostly down to the fact that British 'Summer' is always a bit of a failure, and this summer I spent most of my time in jeans and jumpers instead of the typically imagined shorts and t-shirts. Therefore, I kind of feel as though I know what I am getting in the colder months, so can prepare for the weather and wrap up to a better extent. As well as this, I adore the darker colours of clothing in the autumn far more than the supposedly warmer months (hence why all the clothes and accessories on this Wishlist are dark colours)...

So, even though I created an Autumn Fashion Wishlist of sorts about a month ago, I am today going to be sharing with you an extended version-mostly because there are so many things I want right now that I kind of need to prioritise which I want the most . Also, all the items on this Wishlist are from Asos as right now they are my go-to website as they stock everything I could possibly want for the coming months, with loads of great brands and styles. What's more, by including all the items from one site it just makes it that little bit easier for all of you to locate the items if you want to have a better look at any of them (I have, of course, linked all the items as well)...

  1. Cardigan-I'm not normally a cardigan sort of person, but I just couldn't resist this one and it's cute little elbow patches. A cardigan, in my opinion, is perfect for this time of year as it's enough to wear over a long sleeve t-shirt to keep you warm when you are just going shopping or going to someone else's house etc. I also love the colour of this cardigan, as it is dark and will go with most of the other darker clothing items that I already own for the autumn.
  2. Dress-I don't know why, but I'm currently really liking these dresses with the fluted sleeves-i just think they are adorable and the fact that the sleeves are a bit different just adds something special to an otherwise plain dress. Obviously the colour of the dress is also a big winner for me to, as it will go perfectly with black tights and my lovely dark green winter coat!
  3. Brogues-I used to always wear black boots in the winter, but recently I have kind of gone off them as I don't really feel as though they suit me all that much (my legs are quite thin at the bottom but my feet are quite big, so the big feet, thin legs thing doesn't look too good!). Therefore, I have been on the look for another type of winter shoe that will still be as durable as boots. This is where brogues come into the equation, and I already have a pair now from New Look but I just couldn't resist these ones as their sole looks pretty cool.
  4. Roll Neck Jumper-I get cold so so so easily, so in the autumn/winter I have to stock up on a lot of  jumpers. Roll necks are particular favourites of mine-I bought a few last year and was super happy to see that they were back in the shops once again this year. Currently I have a striped turtle neck and two black ones, so I would now love to get a couple of different coloured jumpers, one being this grey colour and perhaps also a burgundy one.
  5. Scarf-I really think that big, thick scarves are totally a must have product in the colder months, and each year I get really excited to see all the different checked/patterned ones emerge in the shops and online. I actually bought this particular one a couple of weeks ago, so it's not really a Wishlist item any more but I thought I would include it anyway as I did want it for ages.
Well, there's a few more of the clothing items that I particularly want to own now that it's getting colder. 

What kind of clothing items and accessories do you like to buy in Autumn/Winter?

Thank you for Reading,

Olivia xo

Battle of the Primers

Wednesday, 7 October 2015

Hello Everyone,

Searching through my makeup draw the other day, I came to realise that a few of my primers are actually running out (my Maybelline Baby Skin is in fact all gone now!) In all honesty, I have only recently got into using primers and before I only really had them when they were part of a larger set (I wouldn't really go out and buy a full sized primer or have one on my wish list). So, now all my little small primer bottles are running out I want to try and decide which I should go out and repurchase-hence why I'm doing a little review of each of the three I own today, with the hope of deciding which I like the most at the end!

The three primers in question are the Maybelline Baby Skin, Benefit Porefessional (Travel Sized) and Smashbox Photo Finish (also Travel Size)...

1. Smashbox Photo Finish-£25.50-I got this within the Smashbox Try it kit (which is £19.00) during the summer and I have only recently started using it. From what I have seen of it so far though, I am very happy with the quality of the primer and the way it leaves my skin looking and feeling.

It definitely holds my makeup in place all day, and leaves my skin smooth with little redness showing. Obviously it is a higher end product so for its price I would expect it to be a pretty decent primer (thankfully it is though, and it's definitely one I would keep in mind to repurchase in future).

2. Maybelline Baby Skin-£7.99-I bought this from Boots a while back after previously owning the anti-redness version, and for a few months it was my go-to primer. It has a pretty creamy consistency (not much like that of other primers I have tried) and doesn't really leave you with the smoothness to the skin that most primers do.

Saying that, it is a very reasonable price and does the job at the end of the day. I do like this primer but after using other higher end brands I don't think I would go back it in future.

3. Benefit Porefessional-£24.50-this also came as part of a set (I'm not too sure how much it cost but it was probably in the £20-£39 range as most Benefit sets are) that I received last Christmas, and before the receiving the set I didn't really think all that much of primers. But after using this product I actually realised how much of a difference primers make to base makeup, and my love of them was finally ignited.

A little of this product goes a long way-which explains why it has taken me so long to get through such a small bottle of the stuff. It makes my skin feel really smooth, and like the Smashbox primer it definitely helps to hold my makeup in place all day.

In conclusion, I think I would probably pick the Benefit Porefessional above the other primers to rebuy-it's definitely a close call though, as all three do the job and work in their different way. The Porefessional is just a little ahead of the rest though,in my opinion, due to it's longevity and how soft it leaves my skin feeling.

Which primers do you use, or which primers do you want to own?

Thank you for Reading,

Olivia xo


Blogs I have loved in September...

Sunday, 4 October 2015

Hello Everyone,

I have only been a member of the blogging community for a few months, but even in that short space of time I have come across so many lovely people and read so many amazing blogs. All too many of you have been amazingly kind to me, and have supported me even though I'm pretty new to the whole blogging thing! Therefore, I thought it was only fair that I give a little back and every so often now I will be doing posts about my favourites bloggers/blogs from the previous month.

Last month was September, so here are 3 blogs that I loved throughout the month, and that I am still loving now...

I love Kayleigh's blog so much-her interesting blog posts and lovely design and photos are enough to compel anyone. VeryBerryCosmo was in fact one of the first blogs I came across upon starting my own, and it has therefore proved a big inspiration to me! This month I have been particularly loving this blog, especially the little Lush haul that was posted near the start of September.

I'm sure that VeryBerryCosmo will absolutely continue to prove popular with both me and so many more people in the future-you can tell how much effort Kayleigh puts into her posts, and also how much of a lovely and genuine person she is :-)

I first came across Amy and her blog via Instagram (her Instagram is pretty gorgeous with so many beautiful fashion inspired posts) and since then I have been a loyal viewer/reader of Salt and Chic. It is definitely the blog I look to for inspiration when writing fashion posts of any kind, as the pristine pictures and Amy's fantastic style immediately shine through.

This month, I have loved the autumn fashion posts that have started to creep in as they have definitely helped me out when trying to organise my own wardrobe for the coming colder months!

Aisling's blog is the perfect all rounder of a blog, and I can find inspiration on every inch of the page it covers. Her photos are perfect, and it's now pretty much my life goal to get my own photos to the same par. The content is also fantastic, as it covers so many different things and I have particularly looked to it this month to read the Autumn Essentials and Things to Do on a Rainy Day posts.

All of these blogs are amazing, and I have linked them all so you can have a read! Obviously, there are a lot of blogs I read on a daily basis but these three have just stood out for me this month. In a month or so, I hope to document more of the blogs I'm loving though!

I hope you all enjoyed this sort of post...

Thank you for reading,

Olivia xo

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