Brighten Up Your Desk with Blaze On

Saturday, 18 October 2014
Blaze On

Blaze On was born in Thailand, just like me! It was something that caught my eyes at first because I am all about supporting my own country and businesses. Therefore, it is so good to hear that Blaze On also has an ethical policy, which means the business actually helps the local people too.  


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I love how Blaze On fairy lights are handcrafted because I believe that Thai's handcrafted works are second to none. They are the most beautiful roses I have ever seen and they are a lot more durable that I anticipated too! The one that was sent to me was called Rose Buds, they comes in quite a few colours such as Deep Red, Natural Cream, Rainbow Colours and many more. These Rose Buds are made from Thai Rubber Leaf which to tell you the truth, I have been wanting to own something like this since I was a kid because I just like the delicate look of the skeleton leaf.

Other fairy lights are made out of natural and ethically sourced materials such as mulberry paper, silk cocoons, real rattan, wonderful wax and gypsum gems.

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Blaze On uses LED that is specifically tuned to mimic the tones of traditional fairy lights but their lights give up to 100,000 hours of use and is energy efficient. It also has a one year electronic guarantee and UK technical support. I have been using the Blaze On fairy lights for a couple of weeks now and most times I do leave in on for several hours (just because they are so pretty) and I can assure you that these lights do not heat up, so I don't have to worry about the lights heating up, burning through the rubber leaves and burn my whole building down. So that is amazing!

The cable of these fairy lights are clear and strong which means that you use it to wrap around your bedpost or hanging down the door way or however your creative imagination takes you. I just like having mine bundled up into a bouquet (and pretend someone special has given it to me) because I have quite a tiny room without a lot of plugs, so they will just stay put on my desk.

The Fairy Light was provided for me free of charge by Blaze On but the opinions expressed on this review are my own.


Blaze On Rose Buds Fairy Lights in Deep Red - £28.50*

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Life | A Little Catch Up

Saturday, 11 October 2014
At the Goose Fair in Nottingham

It appears to be that I have somewhat fallen off of the blogging world. I have been struggling to blog for the past few months as you can see from my sporadic postings. There are many factors as to why I haven't been posting much and I am very trying to get back into it again because I do love and enjoy blogging a lot!

So, what have I been up to since the last post? Actually, at first I was going to take a week off to pack my belongings to move back to university but that week had managed to turn into nearly a month of blogging break. 

I moved back to university and I got fairly ill in the first week than I just didn't do a lot with my life apart from staying in bed. However, before I got ill, I managed to joined several societies because I was starting to become very aware of my lack of social life. Glad to say that I actually do have a social life now. I've never knew that it was actually that easy to make friends by just simply talking to everyone. I don't know what I was so scared of. 

Being in my 4th and final year, the workload seems to just pile on, even though, I literally did nothing but work and read all day long. Plus, I now have 16 hours week contact hours (the most I have ever had since I've been to university) but I do find them enjoyable and a good distraction from my problems. I also really like how most of the lectures are trying very hard to remember my name now, which means no more skiving for me (not that I intend to do that this year, of course). 

So, these are what I have been up to in the past month; juggling friends, uni, workload and being ill. 
Hopefully, you all haven't forgotten about me and I am hoping to get a new post about my uni room tour up soon. 

Thank you for sticking by my blog.

What is your favourite thing about Autumn?

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Sunday, 14 September 2014
Marc Jacobs Daisy Perfume, Nars blusher in Deep Throat, YSL Glossy Stain #14

Some days I just want to stay at home and still feel pretty. I think a little bit of makeup and perfume help with that because makeup just perks up my face, especially if all I am doing is adding a little bit of colours. Using Nars blusher in Deep Throat to glow and YSL Glossy Stain in #14 for a pop of colour. 

I love floral perfume because they have that feminine touch and I like to associate good memories with the smell. So this Marc Jacobs Daisy perfume really remind me of this summer because I was using it quite often. 

Is there a perfume that reminds you of happy memories?

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