I recently gave into the pointed tip nail trend after years of having square nails, and I love it! It’s so nice having something different and they make my fingers look skinny and long What do you think of this trend? Have you tried it out yet?
A few weeks ago I shaved my head for Shave For A Cure! It was an amazing experience and I actually love having no hair! I would highly recommend trying it, at the end of the day its only hair – it will grow back, plus it’s for a great cause!
Check out this awesome video that Ben Silcock made of my head shave!
You can still donate to my Shave For A Cure, just click HERE
Summer is drawing to an end for us here in NZ so it’s time to start thinking about the winter wardrobe! Winter is defiantly my favourite season when it comes to fashion, I love wrapping up warm!
London Fashion Week recently gave us a sneak preview into the top trends to keep an eye out for this winter! Which trend is your favourite?
1. Thigh High Side Split Skits:
This is a trend that was originally introduced in spring, but has carried on into winter fashion. Split skirts are a great item to help accentuate the length of your legs! Defiantly one of my favs for this season!
The fashion trend that never seems to die. You will never go wrong with a leopard print piece in your wardrobe!
3. Turtle Necks:
Turtle necks are back from the 90′s and are a great layering tool.
Maybe not the most practical piece for the wardrobe, but they will add a WOW factor to an outfit.
5. Dusty Pinks:
Dusty pink hues where prominent on the catwalk at London Fashion Week. It’s such a beautiful colour and suits so many different skin tones.
Photos thanks to Fashion Telegraph UK.
One of my goals this year was to do some volunteer work and I decided to do it at the SPCA because I feel really strongly about humane treatment of animals. I have had quite a few of you ask me questions about what is involved with volunteering at the SPCA so I thought I would blog about it!
Firstly I currently volunteer in the Cat Ward and it is only for a 1/2 day, once a month. Parts of the job are a bit stinky but working with the cats and kittens make up for it!
Basically the day consists of:
- Clean the cages
- Provide the cats/kittens with clean kitty litter, water and food
- Washing food bowls & litter trays
- Re-stocking food
- Mopping floors
It is hard work, but I find it really enjoyable. Don’t get me wrong some of it is sad, there are some really old and sick cats, but it’s nice knowing you are helping to give them the best environment possible.
I would really recommend volunteering to people that have an interest in animals, being able to get involved is really rewarding, and it’s nice to know you are helping to make a difference, even if its only small.
If you are interested in volunteering at the SPCA just head to their website and you can apply for different roles depending on what is available. Unfortunately I can’t take photos of the animals that are at the SPCA, so please enjoy these pictures of cute cats I got off the internet
PS – If you have any other questions or want to talk to me about what it is like volunteering at the SPCA, please write to me on my Facebook Page.
For those of you that have followed my blog for the past few years you would have come to realise that I don’t really do “tame” hairstyles! After a lot of consideration these past few weeks I have decided to shave my head, and in the process raise money for the “Shave For A Cure” charity. Shave For A Cure is one of the fund-raising events put together by Leukaemia & Blood Cancer Association here in NZ. LBC is the national charity dedicated to supporting patients and their families living with blood cancers and related blood conditions, this support can last months or even years
I will be shaving my head on Tuesday 26th March, the shave will be filmed so keep an eye out for the video!
It’s been a long time since I got behind the camera, so I decided to brush the dust of my Canon 50D and give you a sneak peak into my wardrobe..
“Fashions fade, style is eternal.”
— Yves Saint-Laurent