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Archive for May, 2012

Drive of your life this week…


The mighty Mitsubishi Shogun LWB

Your skin tone and choosing makeup colours


A key element of deciding what shades of makeup work best on you is to figure out if you are a cool or warm skin tone. You may have heard of or read about these terms before, but do you really know which skin tone you are?

Codorníu Vintage Rosado 2009


This delicious and refreshing rosé cava is made from a blend of Pinot Noir and local Spanish grape varieties. With fine bubbles, delicate brioche notes from ageing and aromas of red fruits and citrus, it is ideal as an aperitif or paired with tapas. The ladies in the office who like dry wines, tested this [...]

Yantra Mat


The Yantra Mat is a foam mat covered in spiked “flowers” with 8,820 contact points designed to stimulate special ‘acupoints’ on the body through acupressure. Now the sceptics amongst you might be thinking ‘How on earth is that going to help me?’ But do you know what, it does.  And we’ve tested it! All you [...]

Moda in Pelle Pamplona Ladies Sandals


I am delighted that wedges are a hot trend for Spring/Summer this year and I absolutely love my latest purchase…

How to woo a man – six powerful tips


Learn how to woo a man and enter their secretive mind. Learn things that men desperately want you to know but can never tell you.

Face foundation tips for perfect skin


Only a few girls can be really satisfied with their skin tone as well as skin condition, and so the use of make-up foundation is usually an essential need for daily make-up creation.

Drive of your life this week…


is the SEAT Leon FR+

Jean Trends – Summer 2012


The French designer Yves Saint Laurent, one of the most legendary, influential and inspirational names in the fashion history, once announced ‘I wish I had invented blue jeans. They have expression, modesty, sex appeal, simplicity – all I hope for in my clothes.’

Can one have too many accessories?


New research reveals the average UK motorist spends nearly £100 personalising their car with accessories such as seat covers, soft toys and window stickers, and for some drivers the desire to decorate their car could be putting them at risk of having a crash.