No tools boho hoop earrings

This DIY is so easy yet makes such a statement that I think it’s my favourite one so far πŸ™‚ You need zero tools and zero DIY skills to make it! And you only need 2 ingredients: a packet of eyepins a pair of hoop earrings   Step 1: Open the hoop earrings. Divide the… Read more »

Lulu Frost inspired bling bracelet: 10 min DIY

I have a train in 30 minutes but this DIY is so easy that I managed to knock it up before heading off (to Winchester!) So why not give it a go and make your own Lu Lu Frost Ladyship bracelet? Here’s the original for reference (I actually got confused and thought this was the… Read more »

Top Tuesday: 10 best statement jewelry

To post or not to post. That is the question. I once read that Pete Cashmore posted up to 6 times a day when he first started Mashable. So obviously I had to 1 up him and post SEVEN times when I rebooted Hapiness, Wherever. Of course, that didn’t last πŸ˜› It dwindled, but posting… Read more »

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  • Makeover Monday: Orla Kiely Geranium Body Lotion

    Orla Kiely does body lotion? Who knew?! To be honest, I’ve never seen the point of Orla Kiely (or geraniums for that matter)- not that it’s not nice, it just seems too overpriced! However, when i stayed at Nobis Hotel in Stockholm during my Easter holiday this year, they provided Orla Kiely toiletries (how patriotic)… Read more »

  • Makeover Monday: La Mer facial

    If you grew up in the 90s-00s, and read fashion magazines, La Mer is probably the Holy Grail of beauty to you. Heinously expensive but supposed to be oh-so-good. To make it even better, it even has a real story behind it, and not just marketing drivel! (scientist burns self, scientist spends years looking for… Read more »

  • How to get designer goods for less: Bicester Shopping Village

    If you don’t know about Bicester Shopping Village yet, it’s definitely time to check it out! I used to be a super indifferent dresser (still lots of room for improvement now I say!) but after exploring all these outlets in UK & Europe, I’m a convert to the saying “there’s no excuse to be badly… Read more »

  • Omorovicza Cleansing Mitt

    Before you think I’ve lost my mind (or won the lottery), I would NEVER pay Β£10 for a cleansing mitt. Well not unless it gives me perfect skin πŸ˜› This mitt was the gift for spending Β£150 at Omorovicza Liberty. (That’s the best part about shopping at Omorovicza Liberty-Β they give great gifts when you hit… Read more »

  • Liberty: Aveda Stress-Fix Massage

    Yes, I’ve decided to give Liberty its very own seriesΒ in my blog πŸ˜› That tells you just how much I love it & how often I go for 1 of their treatments. (2 interlinked factors :P) But hey since the treatments are redeemable, they’re a real bargain! πŸ™‚ After all, we all need to top… Read more »

  • The best liquorice tea

    Sad as this may sound, the most memorable thing about my Dublin holiday in 2006 was that it introduced me to Liquorice tea. I’d always hated the taste of Liquorice but, in the name of trying new things, I decided to give the Liquorice and Peppermint tea (Never liked peppermint tea either!) that the Aveda… Read more »

  • Present in the post!

    NuSkin popped a little surprise in the post for me and it made my day! πŸ™‚ Inside was a bottle of the ageLOC Tru Face Essence Ultra. I did a quick Google and it has 4.3 stars on Amazon so I’m pretty excited! Add to that Nu Skin’s reputation for anti-aging products and my being… Read more »

  • Satay House: A Malaysian in London

    Well, Singaporean really. But hey, once upon a time, Singaporeans were Malaysians so… same difference? Certainly when it comes to the food, at least πŸ™‚ My Mom was in town, and she wanted to take 1 of my friends out so we decided to go local with Satay House. I’d heard a LOT about Satay… Read more »

  • Ramen in London: Tonkotsu vs Shoryu

    Tonkotsu So it’s another food post today πŸ™‚ Have you noticed that I tend to blog in phases? First, it was a spate of sample sale posts, then the flurry of DIY tutorials, next the beauty reviews and finally we’ve moved on to food πŸ™‚ (Also note, it’s Tonkotsu (ramen) and not tonkatsu (fried pork… Read more »

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