Today I've decided to try out the Instagram LUSH favourite - The Autumn Leaf Bath Bomb.
I've been patiently waiting to use it, and have decided that now is the time. Finally.
This bath bomb is rather large, I can't close my hand around it. It's also flat and a very pretty leaf shape. This is definitely one of the prettiest bath bombs LUSH has released this Autumn/Winter, with a beautiful selection of Autumnal colours, yellow, red and teal.
One idea I've had for this Christmas on both my blog, and my YouTube channel, is to show you how to hold a Vegan Christmas, as it'll be my first as well. So we can be rookies at this together!
Today I'm sharing with you a freakishly easy recipe, even for the lazy cooks among us. This is incredibly easy to make, and you can keep it either in the fridge or freeze it in portions. If you wanted, you could make this a couple of days before Christmas, refrigerate it, and then have it instead of a Turkey.
Don't be afraid of the amount of steps, it's just me over-explaining, this is actually super simple, and it doesn't require you to make sauces, spices, pastries or ANYTHING like that.
I can now full-heartedly and proudly say, that as of 10/10/16 I am officially a VEGAN. (This will be posted about a week after 10/10/16)
I was a vegetarian for nearly twelve months, before giving up due to social pressure, and not really researching the meat, dairy and egg industries respectively.
This time around I have done a lot more research, and I'm starting to find that vegan is everywhere. One of my all-time favourite YouTubers - Kiera Rose - is the driving force behind my decision, as well as finding some other amazingly informative sources as well. If you'd like to hear more about those, I have a post coming up on that too.
As you know, I love nail polish, seriously, love it. I definitely have colours that I lean towards more, particularly at different times of year. Autumn is my absolute favourite, because it's when everything starts to get a little darker. It brings in the khakis, the maroons, the mustards, all the best colours.
So today I'm going to share with you, my absolute favourite colours, the ones that I think are not only the best colours, but also the best applying and best finishes.