Butlers Bingo!

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              Hey lovelies,
Having been 18 for quite sometime now (but still forever feeling like a 12 year old, ha) there's quite a bundle of things on my list to try out. One of those being playing bingo, I've always wanted to hang out with some friends and have a crack at bingo. I got introduced to online bingo site Butlers Bingo which I was super excited to try out. There's so much to do on the site from Bingo to the Casino.

Registering up to the site was hassle free and in no time I was deciding on where I'd head first. All new members get £10 free no deposit bingo game credits, which is great as you can have a little tester beforehand and if you enjoy then you can put a deposit of money down.

*It's easy to see your balances and how to make a deposit.*

I had a go at the slots as I was feeling lucky but unfortunately didn't manage to get three matches in a row (damn lemons!!).

I decided to then try my luck at bingo. 
It's 10p per bingo ticket which is more than reasonably priced. I joined in and was instantly greeted by some of the lovely people in the online chat which was really nice. There was a countdown going on from around 3 minutes which counted down how long you had to purchase your tickets. On my first go I decided to just go for 2 tickets and the one I was in was a 90 ball bingo so there was lots of chances for you to hopefully get a win. You could get a win from getting all your numbers on 1 line or getting all your numbers on 2 and obviously if you got a full house. To my surprise, I managed to get all my numbers on 2 lines and won £4.30, whoop. ^__^  It's currently gone down to £1.33 after more bingo ticket purchases and another slot machine.

Bingo was definitely my favourite to take part in. All in all I'd highly recommend Butlers Bingo for anyone (18+) wanting to have some fun online. I honestly enjoyed myself a lot. I won't become a gambling addict but this most definitely won't be my last time playing Bingo on the site. ;) Once you've signed up it isn't hard to work out where you want to head to next!

Have you ever tried online bingo?


OOTD: I'm Kind Of Over Getting Told To Throw My Hands Up In The Air.❤

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                                                                                                        Hey beauts,
I haven't done an outfit post in ages and can you believe we're in November already? eek, the countdown to Christmas is well and truly on. Has anyone else seen the Coke advert too? it's really starting to get cold here and all I seem to wear is skirts and tights, ha. I need to get my hands on more jumpers. They forever keep me warm.

Skater Dress -eBay/ Cardigan - c/o Taking Shape/ Flatforms - Topshop (via next2nowt)

I absolutely love finding bargains on eBay. I can honestly say the majority of the clothes in my wardrobe are either from charity shops or eBay. Since we're now practically in party season with all the festive events and parties to look forward to, I knew I needed to get started on stocking up on dresses. I got this one on eBay for only £5.49. I love skater dresses and how they get you in the right places without being too figure hugging. There were a bundle of colours to choose from but I decided to go with red as it's always the perfect colour to choose around this season.

Taking Shape is currently launching stores on UK high streets as well as launching online too. Their motto is 'Celebrate Your Curves' which I love. They sell sizes from 14-26. Whether you're looking for something for work, an evening out, something casual to wear or even accessories then you're more than likely to find something perfect. I kindly got to pick something from the site and I went for their Valentino Cardigan which I couldn't be more pleased with. The dark purple and black together is what attracted me to it. It fits me perfectly and is so warm and snuggly. The colours make it great to easily dress up and down. You can't see them that well but a few weeks ago I got these gorgeous flatforms from next2nowt which are originally from Topshop. I am still currently debating whether I want to keep them or sell them but I think I'll most probably keep them as flatforms are great for the summer.

Are you loving knitwear at the moment?

Song In Title: Lorde - Team.


Sk:n Clinics!

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                                                                                                             Hey lovelies,
Today's post is a little bit of a different one. Sk:n has been about for over 20 years and offers quite a lot of different treatments at really reasonable prices. In the future I'd be more than willing to give some of the treatments they offer a go. There are a variety of treatments to suit everyone from skin tightening to laser treatment for acne.

The skin peels they offer is where they use non-toxic chemical solution on the skin to revitalise and reduce any damage to it from things such as too much sun. It's pretty much similar to exfoliating the skin but just a bit different. They offer a variety of different skins peels such acne skin peels for acne treatment. To get the best results it can take anything from 2-4 treatments to see the best results.

They offer laser treatment for different areas. From eyebrows to sideburns. I'd definitely consider getting laser treatment one day as it would be easier than shaving or waxing so often. You can book consultations on the Sk:n website if you want to find out what would be the best laser treatment for you and generally find out more information. 

I know quite a bit about Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and one in ten women will suffer from it. It can affect quite a lot things and I know you can get quite a lot more hair in different areas than people who don't suffer from PCOS and this can obviously affect anyone's confidence. As there isn't a cure, it's great that there are a lot of treatments out there for anyone who suffers with it.

Would you consider getting any treatments done?

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Review: Barry M - Plum Gelly Hi-Shine Nail Polish.

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I haven't blogged in forever and having no internet last week has meant blogging has had to go on hold. I can't wait to write up all my winter posts soon. This week I've already started buying Christmas presents, eek! anyone else started the big Xmas shopping yet? 
 Barry M Plum Hi-Shine Polish - Superdrug £3.99

I got this polish quite a few weeks ago in Superdrug when Barry M products were on a 3 for 2 offer. I picked up two other polishes that I'll be featuring in my top 5 polishes for winter post. The Hi-Shine polishes have been out for quite sometime now and I've read so many reviews on them so I was eager to pick a bottle up myself. I decided to go for this gorgeous plum shade as it's perfect for autumn and winter and I always find myself applying darker shades to my nails at this time of year. I am definitely a big fan of Barry M and it definitely was their different range of nail polishes that first attracted me to them and still to this day I've always loved the applying process with each of their polishes. The first coat went on superbly, I'd say 1-2 coats is just right. Now is around about the time when I love stocking up on different nail polishes and this Hi-Shine Gelly is perfect to add to my ever growing collection of polishes.

Have you purchased any new nail polishes recently? what nail colours are you loving at the minute?