June Empties

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June Empties
Hey Everyone,
I hope you're all well and had a fab week! I've loved this week, not only did I attend the London Bloggers Party yesterday, which my first ever blogging event, but I also got a new camera and received some lovely goodies from the gorgeous Fisi who runs Oh Snap Babes! on a swap we arranged. The sun has also finally decided to make an appearance in London town and I really hope summer is finally on its way after months of rain.
I can't believe tomorrow is the 1st of July already, so let's get cracking with my June Empties. I didn't use up that many products in May, but I as you can see certainly made up for it in June! 
Garnier Olia Permanent Hair Colour
I decided to colour my hair this month and picked up this hair dye from Sainsbury's. It contains no ammonia and is the first permanent home hair dye that's made up of 60% oils.One of the first things I noticed about the Garnier Olia Permanent Hair Colour is that it smells nothing like any of the other hair dyes I've ever tried. This product has a slight floral scent which is very unusual for a hair dye. As this dye is oil based, it's pretty messy to apply so do be careful not to get it on your furniture. It will stain and is impossible to remove, as I have found out! I bought this in the colour Iced Chocolate which comes out a very dark brown. I only applied this last week so I am still hoping the colour will fade a bit as it's slightly too dark for my liking. I'd really recommend the Garnier Olia Permanent Hair Colour if you've got dry hair like me because it's really nourished my hair and left it feeling and looking less dry and damaged.. 
TRESemme Heat Defence Styling Spray
If like me you constantly abuse your hair by applying hair straighteners to it and blow drying it on pretty much a daily basis, it's incredibly important to use a heat protector. The TRESemme Heat Defence Styling Spray protects your hair from up to 230°C heat. I've enjoyed using this product and would always apply it to my hair when it was still wet and before blow drying it, but you can also apply it to dry hair before running your straightening irons through it. The formula did not leave my hair feeling sticky or greasy like some heat defence products can. This bottle lasted me about 2 months and like most TRESemme products it's fantastic value for money.
TRESemme Split Remedy Serum
This serum is another product I'd apply to my hair when it's wet before blow drying it. This product claims to repair split ends by up to 80% after just 3 uses. Now when you have lots of split ends, the best thing to do is go to the hairdressers for a trim, and I am a bit sceptical of products that claim to fix your split ends. Having said that, I did notice that the condition of my hair improved whilst using this serum, and rather than getting rid of split ends (only scissors can really do that), the TRESemme Split Remedy Serum kept my hair in a stable condition and stopped me from getting new split ends.
Soap and Glory Sugar Crush Body Scrub and Righteous Butter
I have been using the Soap and Glory Sugar Crush Body Scrub (review) and  the Soap and Glory Righteous Butter (review) as part of my Fake Tanning Routine. The night before I do my fake tan I will exfoliate my skin and apply a body butter, and I'll almost always use a Soap and Glory scrub and body butter to do this because they smell amazing and give great results. Even if your not a fake tanner like me, I would still recommend exfoliating and applying a body butter at least once a week, especially now it's summer and we all want our skin to look and feel smooth and soft. I love the Righteous Butter body butter and will always repurchase it. I did really enjoy using the Sugar Crush Body Scrub too, but my favourite exfoliator will always be the Soap and Glory Flake Away Scrub.
Clarins Instant Smooth Perfecting Touch
Clarins Instant Smooth Perfecting Touch
I love this product and am really gutted I've used it all up now. I know many people use the Clarins Instant Smooth Perfecting Touch as a primer, but I think it's too thick to use all over your face. I only apply this product to the areas that need it and it's great for disguising fine lines and wrinkles. I've heard that Clarins have released a new version of this product that also contains fake tan, and being a complete fake tan junkie I can't wait to get my hands on it! 
Soap and Glory Peaches and Clean
I am very glad to see the back of this product. Usually I love Soap and Glory but sadly their Peaches and Clean Cleanser did not work for me. This product stings like mad if you get it near your eyes and I'm not a fan of the minty scent either. It's not bad at removing make up but there are better cleansers on the market for the same price if not cheaper (such as my beloved Superdrug Hot Cloth Cleanser). It's also impossible to get all the product out of the bottle. I won't be repurchasing this.
Superdrug Naturally Radiant Brightening Hot Cloth Cleanser
I'm completely in love with the Superdrug Hot Cloth Cleansers and cannot recommend them enough. They are fantastic quality and very affordable. The Superdrug Naturally Radiant Brightening Hot Cloth Cleanser feels really luxurious when you apply it, you'd be forgiven for thinking it's a high and product that cost you muchos £££. I've done a whole review on this amazing cleanser which you can read by clicking here.
Garnier Intensive Softening Nourishing Lotion 
I love the Garnier Intensive 7 Days range. It comes in different formulas for various skin types, so there's bound to be a version of it that's suitable for you! I bought the one for Normal-Dry skin which I found to be very moisturising. This product absorbs quickly into the skin and I love the formula of this product - even though it contains almond oil, it's not greasy or sticky at all!
Bath and Body Work Pink Chiffon Body Lotion
Dear Bath and Body Works, if you are reading this, please come back to the UK. We miss you! I'm  a massive fan of BABW products and always make my mum bring me back some goodies whenever she is visiting from Dubai. The Pink Chiffon Body Lotion contains vitamin E, jojoba and shea butter. It absorbs quickly into the skin leaving it feeling soft and moisturised. I love the scent as well and if you have a chance of getting your hands on some Bath and Body Works products I can really recommend their Pink Chiffon range, it's one of my favourites!
 Well, that's everything I've used up this month. Sadly I didn't get through any make up but I have nearly finished a few foundations so keep a look out for those in my next Empties post!
What have you used up in June?
Nuala xxx
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A Bar of Soap for yout MakeUp Brushes?

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Hey Lovelies,
The Masters Brush Cleaner
I'm so excited to bring you this post because I've discovered a new amazing product to clean my make up brushes with which I want to share with you guys! Like most people, I usually clean my make up brushes using baby shampoo or my trusted MAC brush cleanser (review). I've done a whole post on how I clean my brushes which you can read by clicking here. I've stayed pretty loyal to that routine but last weekend a lovely American blogger called Christa who has a YouTube channel called ChristasWorld recommended me the Masters Brush Cleaner while we were chatting on Twitter. This is actually a product artists use to clean and condition their paint brushes. I'd never heard of it and after a few google searches I was desperate to try it, so I went on Amazon and ordered it for the bargain price of £5.70.

The Masters Brush Cleaner
The Masters brush cleanser is designed for paint brushes but it was formulated with the help of a Cosmetics lab. It  is strong enough to remove oils, stains and varnishes from brushes but still really gentle as to not damage the soft and delicate bristles of paint brushes. 
The first thing I noticed about the Masters Brush cleanser was the scent. It has very light and zesty smell that's not too strong or chemical in any way, shape or form. The product in the pot feels a lot like a bar of soap. I used this for the first time on Saturday and dug out the dirtiest make up brush I could find. This turned out to be my mini MAC 129 which lives in my handbag. I often forget about this brush when I am doing my weekly make up brush clean. (Shame on me).
The Masters Brush Cleaner
The Masters Brush Cleaner is so simple to use and the instructions are printed on the back of the pot. You simply rinse your brush in warm water, swirl it around in the little pot till it works into a light lather. Rinse and repeat this process until your brush is clean. To deep clean brushes, the Masters recommend letting the brush set with the lather on it for a few minutes before rinsing the brush.
Even though the product looks, feels and smells like a bar of soap, it is nothing like a bar of soap. This does not lather up the way soap does, and was really easy to completely rinse out of my brush. It did not leave any residue on the bristles which baby shampoo often does. I am more than pleased to report that The Masters Brush Cleaner did an excellent job at cleaning my filthy make up brush. The bristles felt really soft afterwards and it really took no time at all to complete the process! My brush felt incredibly clean and soft afterwards and was as good as new!
I'm really pleased with The Masters Brush Cleaner and can't believe I had never heard of it before. I think the little pot will last me ages as well. I done a massive brush clean on the weekend and there is hardly a dent in it. This also works great on foundation and concealer brushes, even though I did find I had to use a tiny bit of olive oil first to dissolve the product before cleaning the brush.
I'm really pleased I bought this, thank you again Christa for recommending it!  Being a typical blogger, I find it a bit boring to always use the same products and I think it's great to mix things up every once in a while and discover great alternatives.The only thing I'm still waiting for is self-cleaning make up brushes!
You can buy The Masters Brush Cleaner from Amazon, and it is also available at many arts and crafts stores.
How do you clean your make up brushes?
Nuala xxx
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The Music Tag

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Hey Lovelies,
Hope you're all well and that you've had a good week! Last week Kirsty from The Style Khalessi put up the Music Tag on her blog. I really enjoyed reading her answers as I love finding out what music people are into, so I've decided to do the tag too and I hope you like it!
What's your favourite type of music?
My favourite type of music is Rap/HipHop/Gangsta rap or whatever you chose to call it, but my taste in music has changed quite a bit over the years. The first CD I bought was Michael Jackson's Dangerous album. Well, actually it was a cassette, really showing my age now ha! This was in the very early 90s when I also used to listen to a lot of Prince and Madonna. After a while I really started getting into rock music and Guns N Roses, Bon Jovi and Nirvana were some of my favourite bands for a quite a while. I remember when Kurt Cobain died, I was so distraught! I used to wear a pink studded dog collar when I was a teen. People who know me now are always amazed when I tell them! Anyway, I did outgrow my rock chick phase, which was probably round about when Eminem released the Slim Shady LP in the late 90s. Since then hip hop and rap has been my favourite type of music. 
What’s your least favourite type of music?
That's a very easy question to answer! I absolutely hate D&B (the noise just makes me angry grrrr). I'm also not that keen on garage or house music.The music of choice for chavs up and down the country, basically. Oh and I can't stand Rihanna. Quite disappointed she's done a collection with my all time favourite make up brand MAC. I'd much rather they'd picked someone like the stunning Cheryl Cole, but I suppose she is contracted to L'Oreal at the moment. Still MAC, if your reading this: Rihanna, really? I'm sure you could have found someone better with an actual, ahem, talent... 
What’s the best gig you’ve been to?
When I was about 12 I was really lucky and got to see Michael Jackson live at Wembley on his Dangerous World tour. I had a massive crush on him at the time (don't ask ok, I clearly had issues as a kid). The show he put on  was amazing! Like Kirsty, I also got to see the Spice Girls at the O2 on their reunion tour and it was brilliant, especially  as my mate got us VIP tickets and we were sat in the first few rows. The girls were fab and I'm really glad I got to see them live! 
What albums are you listening to at the moment?
I tend to go through phases of what albums I'm constantly listening to, and at the moment I am listening to Dre's The Chronic 2001 quite a lot on my commute to work. I'm one of those annoying people that always plays their music really loud on the train and a few people have asked me to turn it down. What can I say, some people clearly don't appreciate a good thing when they hear it!
What's your favourite bands/artists & favourite albums?
My favourite artists would have to be Eminem, Tupac, Dre and Amy Winehouse. I think Back to Black is one of the best albums of all time. I also love Tupac. He done the original of Me & My Girlfriend, and his version is a million times better than the Jay Z and Beyonce version. I probably listen to his The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory album at least once a week and I have most of his albums downloaded onto my iPod. Dr Dre's The Chronic 2001 is also one of the best albums of all time, and if you haven't heard it yet, go and download is as soon as you've finished reading this post. You won't regret it, it's amazing and full of classic tunes you'll love!  I do still really like Eminem, but his first 2 or 3 albums are a lot better than the stuff he's realased over the past 5 over so years.
If you could instantly know how to play any instrument, what would it be?
The piano. And I really wish I could sing as well but I can't hold a tune to save my life! Sadly for me I have no musical talent whatsoever! 
Well, that's it for the music tag post! Hope you've enjoyed reading it! What music are you into?
Nuala xxx
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Clinique Line Smoothing Concealer

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Hey Everyone,
Clinique Line Smoothing Concealer
I have been using the Clinique Line Smoothing Concealer for about a month now. Like most bloggers, I usually tend to go for the Collection 2000 concealer but I decided that I fancied a bit of a change and bought this at the Clinique Counter when they were running their Bonus Time promotion.
Clinique say this product will minimise the look of lines and wrinkles and will brighten the under eye area. It has a lightweight formula that still provides full coverage.
Now I'm starting to be in that age group where I'm willing to try any products that promise to smooth lines and wrinkles and help you stay looking younger, I decided to give it a go, and I am happy to report that I am very impressed with the Clinique Line Smoothing Concealer
 Clinique Line Smoothing Concealer
The Clinique Line Smoothing Concealer comes in a clear tube and has a doe tip applicator. I've had this product for about a month now and the packaging still looks as nice as when I bought it. The product hasn't gone messy and the writing hasn't rubbed off, which always seems to happen when I use the Collection 2000 Lasting Perfection Concealer.
The consistency of the Clinique Line Smoothing Concealer is very thick and creamy, and it covers really well. I bought this concealer in the shade medium, but I have not been using it under my eyes as it is slightly too dark for that. I have been however using it to cover blemishes and hyperpigmentation on my face, and it works great for that.
Clinique advise that their Line Smoothing Concealer will brighten the under eye area. This made me a little cautious because you should never use brightening concealers to cover spots or breakouts on your face, unless you are looking to highlight them (which I am pretty sure no one is!). Well I needn't have worried, this product works perfect on blemishes and does not higlight them at all!
Clinique Line Smoothing Concealer
Here you can see the Clinique Line Smoothing Concealer swatched on my highly fake tanned arm. It comes in 4 different shades. My shade is the colour medium, but as you can see it does come out quite dark. And below is a picture of the product blended out. In spite of it being a  full coverage, thick concealer, it goes on really smooth and blends really well. I've not had any issues with it looking cakey at all and I really like the way this product sits on my skin.It smooths out my skin and does not sit in any fine lines or pores like some concealers do.
The second most important thing to me after coverage when buying a concealer is how long it lasts.The Clinique Line Smoothing Concealer is very long wearing and does not fade throughout the day which I'm very pleased about!
So if you are on the market for a new concealer, and don't mind spending a bit more, I do suggest giving this product a go. 
This retails for £15.00 which is quite a lot for a concealer, but I reckon this product will last you ages. I've been using it every day for the past month, and I still have plenty of it left. I reckon I'll get at least 3 months use out of this if not more.
What's your favourite concealer?
Nuala xxx
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Back to MAC

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Hey Lovelies,
I hope you're all well and that you had a good week! If you read my  recent How a Spendaholic Manages her Money post, you will know that I am currently on a spending ban. Luckily for me I have however collected 6 MAC empties which means that even though I am banned from buying things that I don't need, I was still able to go to MAC and collect a free MAC lipstick.
In case you are wondering what I am on about, the clever people at MAC run this fantastic scheme whereby if you collect 6 MAC empties and take them back to your local MAC counter or MAC store, you can exchange the empties for a free lipstick of your choice. Now being the savvy shopper that I am, I use this scheme as an excuse to buy 90% of my make up from MAC. Some may say I am foolish, but to be fair this is the 3rd free MAC lipstick I have got since I started blogging in August last year so I do think it's worth it. Anything for a free MAC lipstick, right?
Well let me start by talking you through the MAC empties I collected.
Back to MAC
This is a sheer finishing powder that is very finely milled and sets make up beautifully. This would always make my skin look flawless, minimise the appearance of my pores and stop my T-zone from getting too shiny throughout the day. This is only available in one colour and the powder looks white but it's translucent when you apply it. Some products like this can make your skin look ashy but I did not have that problem with the MAC Prep and Prime Translucent Finishing Powder. It's simply a brilliant product and if you've never tried this yet I would highly recommend it!
Would repurchase? Yes
Now if you read my blog or follow me on Twitter you will know that I am a bit of a MAC junkie. This is one of the very few MAC products I have ever tried that did not work for me. The MAC Studio Moisture Fix Lotion is a very light moisturiser that does not contain any active ingredients that combat fine lines and wrinkles. I also didn't find this product moisturising enough and my skin always felt really dry when I used it. I think this product would be perhaps more suitable if you are in your late teens and early 20s and suffer from very oily skin because it is so light. Sadly the MAC Moisture Studio Fix Lotion did not work for me and I'm glad it has now departed from my skincare collection. Needless to say I won't be replacing it.
Would repurchase? No
This eyeshadow is a lustre finish that was sat in my collection for the best part of 5 years. I loved this eyeshadow when I first bought it and wore it all the time but I ended up getting bored of it after a while and stopped using it. The colour is a silver purple and it reminds me a lot of Sidecar in the Original Naked pallet. I wouldn't say Idol Eyes is  a must have MAC eyeshadow. When I was having a clear out of my collection I found  the eyeshadow had crumbled so I threw the product out and used it towards my Back to MAC empties.
Would repurchase? No
I used to love MAC Blacktrack and it was my go-to gel eyeliner, but then I discovered the Maybelline 24 Hour Gel Eyeliners that are just as pigmented and long wearing as MAC Blacktrack but available for half the price. No further explanation needed
Would repurchase? No
This is by far the best concealer I have ever used. It's thick and creamy, highly pigmented and offers very high coverage. Perhaps not the best product to use for under your eyes but if you have any spots/blemishes/scares/moles on your face you want to cover up, then MAC Studio Finish Concealer is your best friend. I have yet to find a better concealer.
Would repurchase? Yes
 MAC Chattebox 
Now after much dithering at the MAC counter last Saturday, I decided to get Chatterbox as my free lipstick. I don't know about you, but I take choosing lipstick very seriously and spend ages swatching them all before I make my final choice. Originally I wanted to get MAC Coral Bliss after seeing it on Fisi from Oh Snap Babes's MAC experience blog post, but sadly my local MAC counter were sold out. I also tried on Candy Yum Yum which is the most bright Barbie pink lipstick I have ever seen. I did really like Candy Yum Yum, but decided that it was perhaps too bright for me and not the kind of colour I could wear to the office without people suspecting that I have an ulterior motive. Anyway, about 50 lipstick swatches later I decided to go for MAC Chatterbox.
 
MAC Chatterbox is an Amplified finish, which means they are very creamy and highly pigmented. MAC describe Chatterbox as a bright-red pink lipstick. The colour is very long-wearing and even though it is quite bright, it is still the kind of lipstick you can wear everyday and it's perfect for summer! I am happy to say I have added another MAC favourite to my lipstick collection.
Which lipsticks are you loving for summer?
Nuala xxx
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Clarins Multi Active Day Cream Review

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Hey Everyone,
Clarins Multi Active Day Cream
Today's post is going to be all about the Clarins Multi Active Day Cream. Clarins is my all time favourite skincare brand, and I have been using their Multi Active Day Cream since my mid 20s. Yes, I have tried various other creams and moisturisers, but this day cream is the only one that I have been going back to on a regular basis in my quest for eternal youth.
The Clarins Multi Active Day Cream is marketed as an early wrinkle correction cream. Clarins claim that this cream will not only visibly correct the first signs of ageing, but it will also protect your skin against sun damage, pollution and stress, leaving it feeling smooth and refreshed. The Clarins Multi Active Day Cream has a lovely soft rose scent that's very fresh and not at all granny like. The smell does not linger and you can only really notice it whilst you are applying the product.
The product itself comes in a thick frosted glass jar with a simple white plastic lid. I'm a big fan of Clarins packaging because it's so simple, elegant and instantly recognisable. The only downside  to the packaging of the the Clarins Multi Active Day Cream is that it's very heavy, which of course isn't ideal if you travel a lot or like to carry your face moisturiser around in your handbag with you. Not that I know anyone who does that.
This product feels incredibly luxurious when you apply it to your skin. I use my Clarins Multi Active Day Cream every morning after cleansing and it instantly absorbs into my skin, leaving it feeling smooth and moisturised.
A little goes a long way with this product and you barely need a pea sized amount of the Clarins Multi Active Day Cream moisturise your entire face which is just as well, because 50ml of this will set you back £40.00. But don't let the price put you off because a 50ml jar of the Clarins Multi Active Day Cream will easily last you up to 9 months, so it's definitely worth the high end price tag. Personally I would rather spend more on my skincare now and use products that combat the first signs of ageing while I'm still relatively young-ish, rather than let my skincare fall by the wayside and end up having to shed out a fortune on botox and fillers when I'm a bit older.(Yes, I am that vain).
The cream itself is very thick and moisturising but not at all greasy. It's most definitely made a noticeable difference to my skin. Whenever I am using the Clarins Multi Active Day Cream, my skin  feels plumper and my fine lines are visibly reduced. What I love most about this product though is that make up and powder do not settle in any of the fine lines on my face when I use it.
I have been using the Clarins Multi Active Day Cream quite regularly for over 5 years (I would say I go through at least one of these jars a year), and I do believe that it has made a massive difference to how my skin is now. I used to be a heavy sunbed user and binge drinker when I was in my early 20s, so technically I should be looking like a shrivelled prune now I'm in my 30s. (Sunbed damage apparently takes a good few years to show). So either it's just sheer luck, or it's my amazing skincare routine that's made me look young for my age. (I like to believe it's the latter considering the stupid amounts I have spent on skincare over the past 5-8 years). People who meet me often think I'm in my mid-20s, which is always lovely to hear. Even though I have a few very faint fine lines, they are probably only really noticeable to me because I spend ages inspecting my face in the mirror and counting my non-existent wrinkles. (Ok, so maybe I should spend a little less on skincare and a little more on a good shrink).
The Clarins Multi Active Day Cream is available in various different formulas depending on your skin type. The one I'm currently using is the one for all skin types, and I'd say this is perfect for anyone with normal-combination skin. There is also a version of this available for people with dry skin and it comes in a lotion from as well, which is better if you suffer from oily skin or a prone to breakouts. I cannot recommend this product enough, and if you are in your mid 20s - early 30s and are on the market for an anti-ageing product that really works, I'd definitely say give the Clarins Multi Active Day Cream a go!
Have you ever tried any Clarins products?
Nuala xxx
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500 Follower MAC Giveaway - Closed

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Hello Lovelies,
I hope you are all well! Today's post is a very exciting one for you all because it is my 500 Follower Giveaway! About a month ago my little blog reached 500 followers which I am still so over the moon about. As you can see my blog also has a new name and design (massive thanks to Steph from Bonjour Belle for giving my blog such an amazing makeover). Well what better way to celebrate these 3 things than with a 500 Follower MAC Giveaway. Here's what I picked up at the MAC counter today for one lucky winner:

This Giveway is hosted by Rafflecopter and is open for one month from today. The winner will be notified via email and on Twitter. If you are under 16, please ask permission of a parent before entering.
This Giveaway is international but please follow my blog via Bloglovin (I have a new Bloglovin - link in sidebar) or Google Plus to qualify.  There are lots of other ways to gain additional entries so check the Rafflecopter Widget below and enter as much as you can :) 
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Lastly I would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who has supported me and my blog since I started blogging last August. The support I have received from the beauty community online has been amazing and means the world to me! I still can't believe I have over 500 followers on my blog. When I started up I never imagined I'd ever get to 50 followers, let alone over 500! Thank you so much!
Good luck everyone!
Nuala xxx 
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How A Spendaholic Manages Her Money

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Hey Lovelies,
I don't know about you, but I'm a complete spendaholic with very bad money management skills. Here's what happens to me every month:
1. I work
2. I get paid
3. I go a little cray cray
4. I blow all my money on payday
5. I spend the rest of the month complaining to anyone who will listen about how skint I am.
Sound familiar? 
It wasn't so long ago I was moaning on Twitter how I had no money and it was another 2 weeks till payday when the lovely Shona from Freshbeautyxox gave me the best money management advice I've ever heard.
Shona suggested to me that I work out what my incomings and outgoings are for every month. 
She then advised me to divide the money which I have left after all my bills have gone out by 4 to work out how much I  can afford to spend every week.
Here's the formula to Shona's money management plan: 
(Wages - Bills = Nuala's monthly disposable income) / 4 = Nuala's weekly disposable income
Now I know this ain't exactly E=mc2 but I think Shona's idea is amazing. In all honesty, I'm quite embarrassed that I have been in full time work for the past 10 years and never thought of this myself. Shona is 15. I am 32. My mother will probably kill me if she ever reads this.
Anyway, I decided to give Shona's plan a go.
But then this happened:
True to my spendaholic ways, I went shopping with my friend who made me look at Michael Kors handbags. (What a bully my friend is). And now I really really want a MK handbag. This means only one thing: Spending ban.
Yup, I am now officially on a spending ban. If I do not spend any money on anything that isn't absolutely necessary (ie food, not make up), I can treat myself to this gorgeous Michael Kors handbag in a months time.
 http://www.houseoffraser.co.uk/
Now 1 month isn't too long to wait, especially considering I know some bloggers who have done the 100 day spending ban. (If you're reading this and have successfully completed the 100 day spending ban, I salute you. I don't think I could ever manage 100 whole days without buying stuff I don't need).
So, wish me luck! The next month or isn't going to be fun for me but I know at the end of it I will hopefully have a lovely new handbag on my arm. And after that I will most definetely be follwing the advice I got from the lovely Shona. Thanks again sweet, you're a star!
Have you ever been on a spending ban?
Nuala xxx
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