Life Without Style

Thoughts of My Week (#11)

School begins soon. Over this bank holiday weekend so far we've visited the city centre for the first time in a month or so, mostly to buy a suit for my brother who is starting sixth form next week. The short genes that run in our family made this very difficult. In other news, his GCSE… Continue reading Thoughts of My Week (#11)

Knitting, Life Without Style, Nails

Weekly Thoughts #10

I am typing almost half asleep and am blissfully wondering if I could squeeze in a nap before dinner... I think one of the single biggest factors of my skincare problems is my lack of sleep. The other is hydration, which has been easier to rectify. I get into bed at 10pm but don't fall… Continue reading Weekly Thoughts #10

Nails

Nail Polish that Glows In the Dark? Count Me In!

You read that right! Color Club have released a spin-off collection of their Poptastic range - the Poptastic Pastel Neon Remix (woah, what a mouthful!). I saw the little display of the collection of colours when I visited the Nail Supplies store with Mom, and I was drawn to them like a magnet. Mom, to… Continue reading Nail Polish that Glows In the Dark? Count Me In!

Nails, Reading

New Nails and Charity Shop Buys!

So over the last week I've been helping out at the Nail Salon again. I removed the polish from last time, and my nails began to hurt. This is normal, apparently, especially when I have had polish on my nails all year without a break. The pain only lasts a day or two so as… Continue reading New Nails and Charity Shop Buys!

Life Without Style, Nails

In which picking Angel Sky & Heaven White as Nail Colours was totally a coincidence.

It's the half term holidays now. We all know what that means... New nail design! This year, thanks to relaxed sixth form rules regarding nails, everyone has come in with different designs at least every term, if not every week! I am not great at painting my nails, so I wait until the holidays when… Continue reading In which picking Angel Sky & Heaven White as Nail Colours was totally a coincidence.