31 Aug 2010


Hi my lovely reader, there will be no blog post this week :(

I'll be attending a retreat with my church in the Isle of Wight until Thursday. So hopefully if I am not too tired I will blog on Friday.

Miss you guys already,

28 Aug 2010


What do you think?
Will you be purchasing Yagolicious Cosmetics?

26 Aug 2010


This review is sooooo over due! I know I said I wouldn't epilate again due to my first experience. If you haven't read it, you can read it here. However, I was told the Braun Silk Epil 7 can be used in water so it wasn't going to be too painful.

I was excited to try it and was seriously considering making it my new method of hair removal *excited*

This is what comes in the box:

1 x Braun Silk-épil Xpressive Pro 7681 Rechargeable Wet & Dry Epilator
1 x Efficiency Pro cap
1 x underarm cap
1 x shaver head
1 x trimmer cap
1 x facial cap
1 x packet Olay pre-epilation wipes
1 x bag
1 x charger

I took the epilator out the box and charged it up a little whilst I ran myself a nice bath. Shortly after, I began epilating. It's so painless when it's done in the water; I couldn't believe it. The quality is so much better than the Remington smooth and silky epilator and it removes hair so much quicker. I really like the fact that this epilator has a light, which helped me to see exactly how quickly it removed hair, and also to see the targeted areas. This is now my go to epilator, I wouldn't trade it for the world. Smiles all round for this product :D.



25 Aug 2010


Hello my beloved readers, I want to thank you for the support so far loves you all really!!Oh  and let you know that I am on twitter (just in  case you didn't know).

My twitter is www.twitter.com/wandesworld so be sure to @ me


24 Aug 2010


I am so loving this colour, it's Rimmel Cranberry Zest 066

what you think?

What's your favourite polish of the week?

23 Aug 2010


I was invited to a bloggers event on Thursday. I actually enjoyed myself, and met up with other familiar bloggers, and those I have never discovered before. The PR girls were really lovely! I am not going to talk about every single product there, as it would be a book lol!

The fragrances that stood out for me were of course Beyonce Heat, Calvin Klein Beauty, Love by Chloe, and surprisingly Intimately Yours by D V Beckham to name a few.

Beyonce's Heat, Calvin Klein Beauty, and Love by Chloe are super new, and due to be released soon.

Beyonce Heat

It's time to turn up the heat with Beyoncé Heat. I heard that many didn't like it, but I found it to be a floral, fruity, woody perfume whilst featuring rare, sensual flowers.

The fragrance opens with a radiant floral bouquet of magnolia, neroli and red vanilla orchid balanced with a kiss of luscious blush peach. At its heart, almond macaroon, sweet honeysuckle nectar and crème de musk combine to create an exquisitely sensual experience. Finally, warm and sexy notes of giant sequoia milkwood, tonka bean and amber linger to seduce the senses.

Beyoncé Heat is in a sophisticated glass bottle, with the red gradient effect giving the impression of a fire burning.

Beyoncé Heat: The Campaign

The television ad, directed by Jake Nava, (my favourite person, as he is my inspiration ) visually depicts the transforming effect of the fragrance and intensifies Beyoncé's natural sensuality.  Jake Nava has directed the groundbreaking Beyoncé videos “Single Ladies,” “If I Were a Boy,” and “Beautiful Liar.” “Single Ladies" was the top nominated video at the MTV Music Video Awards and won the 2009 "Video of the Year."

Here is the video

Behind the scenes of the Heat Ad

Fragrance Notes

Top notes: red vanilla orchid, magnolia, neroli, blush peach
Heart notes: honeysuckle nectar, almond macaroon, crème de musk
Base notes: giant sequoia milkwood, tonka bean, amber

Eau de Parfum:
30ml £23
50ml £29

Calvin Klein Beauty

Calvin Klein Beauty evokes femininity and sophistication.
A new interpretation of a lily – a neo-lily – is the heart and soul of Calvin Klein Beauty.  A sophisticated flower that is the essence of femininity.

Fragrance Notes

Top note:  Ambrette Seeds
Middle note:   Jasmine
Base note:    Cedarwood

Eau de parfum spray                         100ml     £62.00         
Eau de parfum spray                         50ml       £48.00
Eau de parfum spray                         30ml       £34.00
Luminous bath & shower crème      200ml    £23.00
Luminous skin lotion                          200ml    £28.00

Available nationwide from 25th August 2010

Stockist:       0800 083 6310

Love Chloe

With a feminine aura, this fragrance is the inspired by the intimacy of the beauty ritual. Love, Chloé embodies an airy cloud that softens the skin - the signature of a sophisticated finish. It's a fine, powdery scent; light and sensual with a flowery wake, iridescent and musky with talc and rice. 

Fragrance Notes 

Top notes: orange blossom, pink pepper. 
Heart notes: lilac, Hyacinth, and Wisteria blossom, heliotropine
Base notes: powdery musks, talc, rice powder

Eau de Parfum 30 ml: £38.00
Eau de Parfum 50 ml: £50.00
Eau de Parfum 75 ml: £65.00

SHOWER GEL 200 ml: £22.00
BODY LOTION 200 ml: £25.00

Launching exclusively in Harrods 22 August 2010
Launching nationally 22 September 2010

I was lucky enough to receive the biggest goodie bag ever! 

Thanks girls x

17 Aug 2010


I was sooo embrassed of the my fish pedicure at Aqua Sheko, hence  the delay of this video upload! Eek. I paid £12 and booked it via Wahanda

Hope you enjoyed it! Have you had a fish pedi before? Comment below!! What was your experience like! I am sure it was not as bad as mine!

16 Aug 2010


I know, I know: this is a beauty blog - but I just love to eat! Don't you find when you make the decision to eat healthy it suddenly makes a dent in your pocket? However, neatly tucked away in Carnaby Street is a new eatery called Food Secret; it definitely is a secret! Healthy food heaven I call it!

The style of it reminds me of a cross between subway and Wagamama. It has a fresh and modern feel to it which I like. On the left was freshly ready made sandwiches, salads, soups, fruit, and drinks. They are also made daily. 

I love the layout, everything is clearly labelled, so you know exactly what is in each and every food!

The prepared food looked tasty but I opted for the tailor made food section! Unfortunately, I can't remember what I had, but it was great! I also had a smoothie, pure apple juice and the most scrumptious banana cake I have ever tasted!

Any time I take a trip into town, Food Secret is number 1 on the list of places to eat. My friend didn't like it much, but that's only because she doesn't like healthy food! To think there are people in the world like this! lol

Do you see what I mean by its Wagamama-esque?

Those screens above give you the nutritional content of whatever you put in your tailor made food; how amazing is that? Great tool for all my calorie counting friends

This is close to what I had, and it was delicious and filling!!

Have you been to Food Secret? If you have, please comment below and let me know about your experience!

13 Aug 2010


Nina L’Elixir, Eau de Parfum, epitomises the true essense of moi, The fragrance represents a woman who is sensual and sophisticated. I am so in love with the new fragrance as it is completely different to the first one. I wasn't a big fan of the Nina fragrance, however I am of this one.

"Nina L’Elixir perfectly captures the bewitching essence of the new Nina with a joyfully mischievous radiance and colourful sensuality. A concentrate of Nina Ricci elegance which conveys assurance with subtlety and finesse."

 Top Notes: Blossoming notes of Calabria lemon and Caipirinha lime infuse.

Heart Notes: Gentle notes of jasmine and red berries surround this caramelised delight with a fairytale veil.

Bottom Notes: A sensual blend of amber and woody notesCedar wood, cotton musk and hints of warm amber make up this bewitching harmonic embrace that leaves a lasting, profound and irresistibly feminine fragrance in its wake.

Nina L’Elixir is a love potion for modern women who know how to play on their natural charm and have fun with it.

“A perfume should be a work of art, the object that contains it should be a masterpiece”.
Robert Ricci

It is in a crystalline bottle in the shape of an apple chosen for Nina in 2006, the jewel-like bottle made for Nina L’Elixir is inspired by the famous 'Fille d’Eve' bottle, created by Robert Ricci & Marc Lalique in 1952. It is a very realistic apple shape graced with silky crystal contours.

It comes in three different sizes: 

30ml £30
50ml £40
80ml £54

The fragrance will be released in October 2010

10 Aug 2010


In mid September, Illamasqua will be launching its very first independent retail outlet in the heart of London (yes London woo hoo) It's location will be 20 Beak Street, which is situated just south of Carnaby Street, between the grandeur of Regent Street and the vibrancy of Soho.

Nestled among the theatres of the West End, Illamasqua’s flagship store couldn’t be better placed. With their rich stage and screen heritage, plus professional credentials, their own little spot in theatreland was the perfect choice.

As always with Illamasqua, there’s more to the new shop than meets the eye. Within the shop, they're also establishing the Illamasqua School of Make-up Art. Open to all, it’ll offer a range of professionally designed and led courses that will equip attendees with the skills and confidence to unleash their alter egos and create amazing after-dark looks.

The courses will be led by experienced professional Make-Up Artists, and have been expertly designed by their in-house creative team – Spob, Head of Professional Development and David Horne, Head of New Product Development. So whether you’re new to make-up or are looking to develop your creative skills even further, there’s a course to suit you (and your alter ego).

4 Aug 2010


Victoria Beckham has the worst feet in the nation, according to a new survey from Scholl.

71% said Posh has the worst celebrity feet, followed by Sarah Brown (11%).

And 67% thought she should have urgent surgery to deal with her bunions.

These are just some of the stats gained from Scholl’s new survey, as part of its ‘Keeping Britain on its Feet’ campaign.

“Scholl has taken a measure of the nation’s feet and we have found a lot of pain and suffering,” says SSL Marketing Director Mark Critchley. “As the leading footcare expert, Scholl believes people should better appreciate their hard-working feet, which keep this country going.”

 Despite the possible health hazards, women feel sexier wearing high heels (81%). 7% of women have loved their shoes so much - that they have even worn them to bed.

Men like them too – 13% have admitted to wearing their partner’s high heels in the bedroom!

Not everyone is hooked on heels; almost 60% of women would wear flats to make their shorter partner happy and one in ten men admit to wearing lifts in their shoes.

Despite any possible health hazards, the nation only wants to buy more shoes! More than 75% want more money at the end of the month to spend on footwear, according to the poll.

When faced with a choice between stocking the cupboard or buying another pair of shoes, 30% say they would rather starve (33% of women - while only 12% of men opted to give up their rations).

And half the nation admitted to buying a new pair of ill-fitting shoes - knowing they’d never be comfortable enough to wear.

As painful as they may be, it’s a wonder anyone wants to take their shoes off. More than half the nation is suffering from cracked heels (52%) - but the toes are the most hated – 40% find them the least attractive part of their feet.

A whopping 61% of men never moisturise their feet, while 57% of women do so daily or weekly - perhaps why men 73% are simply NOT grossed out by other people’s feet; while a majority of women do reserve the right to judge (51%).

The sexes, however, are put off by different afflictions; 52% of men say they would be most put off by hairy toes; while women cited athlete’s foot (45%) as the biggest turnoff.

Of all the feet in the nation, Scholl’s new poll has singled out one profession above all others as deserving the moniker of ‘Britain’s Hardest Working Feet.’

More than half of the respondents (54%) singled out nurses, followed by shop assistants (22%), mothers (20%), chefs and servers (20%), police officers (16%), construction workers (13%), factory workers (8%), doctors (7%) and teachers (6%).

More Foot Stats
  • 70% polled would avoid wearing high heels if they thought they would suffer from bunions
  • If they had to have a bunion operation, 76% fear the general disruption to their lives
  • Nearly one third of women (31%) confess to owning from 11-20 pairs of shoes; 45% of men are making do with from only one to five pairs
  • 49% are not bothered by shoe labels
  • Half the nation is not happy with the appearance of their feet
  • 46% of men have suffered from athlete’s foot
  • 52% of women are happy to wear heels from only one to two inches high, while an intrepid 2% totter about on four inches or higher
  • The most coveted shoe labels for women ages 16 to 40 are Jimmy Choo (29.7%), Christian Louboutin (27.7%) and Manolo Blahnik (15.4%)
  • 79% would not like their feet handled by a celebrity; of the 21% who would, it’s Cheryl Cole for the men and hands down George Clooney for the women
  • 14% said they would like to massage a celebrity’s feet; again, it’s Cheryl Cole for the men and George Clooney for the women
  • 27% of Brits will have from one to five pairs of shoes lurking underneath their desks at work
  • 46% polled carry an extra pair of more comfortable shoes around with them



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