Back in September, I made the decision to get my hair permed. My hair had been curly all my life, up until a couple of years ago when I wrote this post on my hair journey and shortly afterwards realised that my curls had actually gone, and they weren’t coming back. For about 6 months, I accepted that my hair would never be back to its former glory naturally, and took to straightening it and adding waves with my straighteners. But I felt like I had lost my identity- my curly hair has always been my trademark (I put it on the introduction to my CV, for God’s sake) and I knew I couldn’t carry on without it anymore.

So, I took the plunge and went for it! I’ve had my perm for long enough now to know how to take care of it, and I wanted to share my routine with anyone else thinking of getting a perm, anyone who has one, or any fellow curly-haired people out there who are looking for new products to try. View Full Post

When it comes to jewellery, I wear quite a bit but it’s usually my staples that I wear every day; a white gold and diamond heart necklace that George bought me for my 15th birthday (n’aww), my Pandora bracelet that has great sentimental value as all the charms were bought for me by friends and family, my white gold, blue topaz and blue sapphire Ernest Jones ring that I got from my family for my 21st last year, the Marc Jacobs watch I bought on my trip to New York in December, and the Thomas Sabo simple chain bracelet with a heart charm that George bought me a few years ago for Christmas. However, I now have some new beauties to add to my collection…

Buckley London mesh bracelets with tag

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