Wednesday, 30 September 2015

Kinder bueno cookie cake | Fail

Hello lovelies
From the title you may all be a little confused. Don't worry I've not gone mad. Now I set out make cookies, I followed a recipe (Well I added a tiny bit of self raising flour, maybe that was a mistake) and well...they were basically cakes. I was expecting a cookie and it looks like a cookie but is actually a cake. Therefore I have created the coocake. Is it a word? who knows to be honest but I'm going with it. If you want to know how to make this mad creation then please read on. If not please just tell the baking police because I've created something that's definitely not right. Your challenge, should you choose to accept is to follow the recipe and see if yours turn out as cookies. I want to know if its just what I did wrong or just a weird recipe.

Ingredients |
2 Eggs.
170g plain flour.
85g Brown sugar.
85g caster sugar.
85g butter.
2tbsp cocoa powder.
1/2tsp bicarbonate of soda.
2 kinder buenos.

Equipment |
Sieve.
Mixing bowl.
Spoon.
Scales.
Baking tray.
Cooling rack.

Step 1 |
Sieve your flour, cocoa powder and bicarb into a bowl. Now here's where I think I went wrong. I didn't have 170g of plain flour, I only had 130g's. Now I wasn't going to buy a whole new pack so like I always do I just grabbed what I had. I added 40g's of self raising flour.


 Step 2 |
Add all the rest of the ingredient's but leave out the kinder bueno. I sieved the sugar just to get any lumps out. Not that it would have made a difference to this crime against baking. Mix all your ingredients together until they resemble a cookie dough (I'm just guessing here. At this point mine resembled a cake mix).



step 3 | 
Break up the kinder bueno and add it to the mix. Once you have done that. Put your cookie mixture onto your baking tray lined with greaseproof. I added a piece on kinder bueno on top as well. Bake for 10-13minutes and then leave to cool. 



Step 4 | 
Get your cookakes out and let them cool. I'm not really sure where to go form here. Someone, anyone make these and please tell me how they went for you. I'm think they went like cakes because of the addition of self raising flour. If not then please just let me know where I went wrong.


The cookakes tasted pretty good. I like cookies and I like cake. For me it was a win win situation but if your looking for cookies, give it a go and see what happens. Its was probably my mistake. I know this wasn't technically a proper baking post but I'm not a perfectionist and I think this just proves that.

Lots of love,
Chloe xxx

Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Little update | Driving

Hello lovelies,
So as you all know I started driving again last week. Ive decided that I'm not going to do it. Ive cancelled my driving lesson that I have today because I feel physically sick at the thought of driving. I guess I'm just so scared about hurting someone with a car. I don't trust of drivers because I've seen them be reckless when I'm out in the car with my mum. The amount of cars that just pull out when its not safe, they go through red light and people just don't pay attention. I just stress so much that I don't feel safe driving because my mind is always worried about the what ifs. I'm always going to see the negative and because I have a week between each lesson I feel like its to long to go without driving. I'm going to save up and give it one last go but on an intensive course. Maybe it will be better  maybe it will be worse. 


I'm a nervous person anyway and I just don't feel safe driving. Its a big responsibility to me and to everyone. I'm in charge of something that could cause an accident and I know I shouldn't think that but I do. For now I don't need a car, I'm within walking distance of work and the train station. Maybe if I can learn to let my worries go then I can learn to drive but I know I'm not a safe driver because I stress to much. If I'm stressing about people on the path then I could cause an accident to people on the road. I will admit that I feel like a bit of a failure but I just can't put myself through all that stress.

 My life is stressful enough as it is. My mangers giving me extra hours, which is fine but I need to priories work over life at the minute. I'm still blogging four times a week which is really suffering because I love my blog but it seems like the quality is getting worse each week. My main priority's right now in my life are family, my blog and my job. That and all the little stresses of life are just piling up and I can't stop them. Driving is just going to have to take a back seat, much like ill be doing in the car from now on. I'm an adult and I don't see why I'm forcing myself to do something that I hate. I'm not doing it for me, I'm doing it to amen my parents and everyone around me think that I'm capable of doing better. I spend my whole life trying to pleases other people and i need to focus on me. This is my life and my decision. 

I'm sorry to anyone who was looking forward to the driving diaries posts but I'm sure you can understand that sometimes life just gets in the way and I don't want to put pressure on myself that I just don't need right now. Anyway I'm off to bake cookies for tomorrows blog post, at least I'm committed to one thing in my life. I know this blog is the one thing that I could spend hours on trying to make perfect and I hope that one day I can do that.

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Lots of love,
Chloe

Monday, 28 September 2015

Autumn excitement |

Hello lovelies,
So its now officially autumn and that fills me with so much joy and excitement. I adore this time of year for so many reasons and I just think from Autumn is quite a magical season. I love the transition for summer to autumn and I love seeing autumn fade into winter. I love that fact that its cold. I'm not one for hot weather and there is nothing I love more than getting home at about 4pm when its turning dark, getting into some cosy pyjamas and snuggling into my bed with a hot chocolate. From when I was really little I have always loved autumn. I remember getting home from school and waiting fro my dad to come home and it would be dark outside. Every light I saw I thought it was his car and I remember the excitement when it actually was him. 


Its the little things that go with autumn I love. My cousin was born in October and when she was born  all those years ago that's when out family started turing into this awesome little bunch. My other two cousins were also born in January and February so this half of the year has memories of the excitement leading up to their arrival. This is also the time of year when gift buying starts and I feel like my family spend so much more time together around this time of year. My aunt and her family come round in their pyjamas and slippers and we go round theirs in the comfiest clothes. 

I like this time of year because its almost time for a new start. The leaves fall and get crispy. I sound of walking on crisp leaves is something I love. Wrapping myself in a soft scarf and it being acceptable to wear my mittens. This time of year also means that it acceptable for me to start playing the Christmas albums. I love popping on a bit of Michael bubles Christmas album, lighting a few candles and just drifting of to another world. It also feels like you get more time. Because its darker earlier I think that it makes me feel that I have more time. More time to just enjoy being wrapped up like a cinnamon bun in your bed, putting fluffy slippers and and cuddling a hot water bottle until you fall asleep.

I don't really know what the point of this post was but I love autumn so much and I just wanted to tell you all why. Do you love autumn as much as me? Whats your favourite thing about autumn? Let me know in the comments.

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Lots of love,
Chloe xxx


Sunday, 27 September 2015

Lush Little Dragon | Review

Hello lovelies

I'm really sorry this wasn't uploaded yesterday, over the past 3-4 days I have had such bad stomach cramps an just generally not feeling great. I didn't have time to post this yesterday. Anyway, today I'm reviewing the little dragon bubble bar from lush oxford street, I got really excited for this when I saw it in store. 

Here's what lush say about the product "When weariness threatens to drag on, put a little fire in your belly with awakening bubble bar. Filled with zingy spices to make you heart sings and warms you through too". This is just what it says on the label as they don't sell this online at the moment. 

Ingredient's |
Sodium Carbonate, Cream of Tartar (Potassium bitartrate), Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Glycerine, Lauryl Betaine, Perfume, Ginger Oil (Zingiber officinale), Clove Bud Oil (Eugenia caryophyllus), Cinnamon Leaf Oil (Cinnamomum zeylanicum), Alpha-Isomethyl ionone, Lilial, *Benzyl Benzoate, *Cinnamal, *Citral, Coumarin, *Eugenol, *Limonene, *Linalool, Gold Glimmer Lustre (Synthetic Fluorphogopite, Iron Oxides, Silica.), Colour 14700. I found this list on All things Lush UK.


I really liked this bubble bar. I think its such great value as you basically get two butler bars and both parts are a pretty decent size. It smells so lovely and really christmassy to me. When its in the water it does smell a little like the cherry blossom bubble bar that lush sell, that's not a bad thing as that smells like heaven. I loved the glitter on the bubble bar. I love getting into a bath and watching the water swirl around mixing colours or the glitter sparkling in the light. 


The only thing that disappointed me about this bubble bar was that when I swirled it in my bath that card/paper chain linking the two broke. Its my own fault but It was just so cool to look at because it looked liked the new years dragon. Basically don't put paper in a bath as its not going to end well. This bar was only £5.95 which I oddest think is bad on price. Most bubble bars are around this price and I feel like you get two products with this bubble bar. I would really recommend this to everyone who loves a warm spicy scented bath.

So go out and get this delicious bubble bar and let me know what you think of it in the comments.

Lots of love,
Chloe xxx

Friday, 25 September 2015

Film review | Frozen

Hello lovelies
Today I'm going to be reviewing frozen. This is one that I have wanted to review for a few months now, but unfortunately I haven't got round to it. Frozen is an excellent Disney film and made its way into my favourites for many reasons, one being the music. Also my little cousin absolutely loves frozen and its so lovely to see how happy this film makes her.

Here's what it says online about frozen "When their kingdom becomes trapped in perpetual winter, fearless Anna (Kristen Bell) joins forces with mountaineer Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and his reindeer sidekick to find Anna's sister, Snow Queen Elsa (Idina Menzel), and break her icy spell. Although their epic journey leads them to encounters with mystical trolls, a comedic snowman (Josh Gad), harsh conditions, and magic at every turn, Anna and Kristoff bravely push onward in a race to save their kingdom from winter's cold grip."



Now I'm going to go ahead and assume the everyone has seen frozen. If you advent this this post will contain an awful lot of spoilers. I really love the whole story and I think it fit the Disney theme perfectly Like most of the princesses we are met with a tragic back story which meant that Anna and Elsa were orphans as there parents died when they were in there teens/adult lives. This is common for all Disney films and I didn't expect anything less. I liked it because it actually saw the two sisters int eh palace ruling over arendelle as apposed to other princesses that didn't have that power yet. 

Like so many others, Elsa is my favourite and I think this is just because I connect so much more with her that I do with Anna. Elsa has magical powers which means she can make snow and ice. She struggles to control this power and doesn't want to be near Anna as when they were little she hit Anna with her powers and almost killed her.  I like the fact that Elsa distances herself from people because its something a lot of people can sympathise with. 

Even though Elsa is my favourite that doesn't mean I dislike the rest. I love Olaf, Kristoff and Anna because their personalities are just so great. I sort of guessed that Anna and Kristoff would get together in the end from the moment we first me him. I think the two work so well together and really balanced each other out. Olaf is just so kind and funny and I think we all wish that we had a little guy like him around to make us smile. I also love how at the end when he is with Anna, when she says that he's going to melt  he looks at her and simply says "Some people are worth melting for" basically saying that she means so much to him that he was willing to die. Can snowmen die? I don't know but that's whats he's basically saying.

I think that the ending was most special to me. The trolls said that only an act of true love could thaw a frozen heart. When Elsa hits Anna with her ice power, she freezes her heart and we don't find out until the end that its not an act of true love from a man. It can be an act of true love from family. I think this is really special and sends out such a great message to children that you don't need to be in a relationship to be happy or to be saved. 

What did you all think of frozen? Let me know in the comments.

Lots of love,
Chloe xxx

Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Crackers |

Hello lovelies,
I wanted to bake something savoury this week so I decided that I would try and make crackers. I thought they would be really hard to make but they were so easy to make. There are hardly any ingredients and it only took about 40 minutes to make them. This is only a short post as they were so simple to make, I didn't want to over explain it. I know your not stupid so its easier to just read it quickly and then get baking.

Ingredient's |
400g plain flour.
4 tbsp olive oil.
Salt.
Pepper.
200ml water

Equipment |
Mixing bowl.
Spoon.
Measuring jug.
Baking tray.
Greaseproof paper.

Step 1 |
Sieve your flour into a mixing bowl. Add a pink of salt and pepper to the flour and then add the oil. Mix this together and the slowly add the water. Mix it together until a smooth dough is formed.




Step 2 |
Flour a surface and roll out your dough. Try to make your dough as thin as you can. Choose a cutter of your choice and then start cutting out your dough. Place the on a baking tray lined with greaseproof paper.



Step 3 |
Baking your crackers for 30 minutes or until they are golden brown and snap nicely. Make sure your oven is set to 180c. Leave your crackers to cool and then enjoy.


Lots of love,
Chloe xxx


Tuesday, 22 September 2015

Driving diaries | Automatic lesson #1

Hello lovelies,
I'm starting the driving diaries again, these won't be long but I'll just let your know what I did and how I felt. As this is an extra during the week I don't feel so bad that they aren't as long. So I had my first driving lesson today and I thought I would share with you what happened. Because my instructor knew that I had some experience we went and practiced not he roundabouts and just got used to an automatic. It is so much easier to drive but I felt like I was doing it wrong. I had to pull up next to curb and I was either feign it to fast or to slow. I know its going to take time but I felt like I was doing it all wrong. It all just got to me and I had a little cry. I felt weak. Me, a grown women weeping in this women car. I just get so nervy that something bad will happen. She said that my driving is fine but I just need to gain confidence. 

The positive from the lesson was a that she said my three point turn was almost at test standard and she was really impressed with it. Ive got another lesson next Tuesday and hopefully I won't cry. If I'm honest Ive just been feeling so stressed over the past week that I think I let it all get on top of me. I'm determined to do it and I want to drive. Lets just hope that next weeks lesson goes a bit bitter.

Lots of love,
Chloe xxx

Monday, 21 September 2015

Learning to drive...Again |

Hello lovelies,
Just to start off I just want to apologise for the lack of content last week. Well not lack of content but lack of quality. I was getting so stressed last week with work and everything else that I feel I let my blog suffer. This is the one thing I love in life so I don't want to neglect it. This week I'm getting more organised and this post is a bit of
After a year of not learning to drive I decided that it was time I started my lessons again. Last year I started learning in a manual car which was okay but I didn't like that I kept stalling it and also the gears confused me little. The other thing that made me stop learning was that my instructor never really concentrated when I was driving, he was always on the phone. I just didn't really feel safe, I mean I wasn't a level where I was okay at driving the he could afford to not pay attention. 


Ive booked my first lesson tomorrow but this time its very different. I'm learning in an automatic this time which I know limits me if I pass my test but I feel like if I can learning and pass in an automatic, when I have confidence driving then I can go back and re learn in a manual. I'm also doing my lessons with a female instructor. I don't feel comfortable around me, I don't know why but there are only a few men who I am comfortable with and unfortunately they aren't driving instructors. 

I'm going to start uploading my driving diaries again so you can follow me on my driving journey and hopefully me there ready to give advice. I'm actually really looking forward to learning to drive again. I've started saving for a car as well so I'm hoping to pass by my 19th birthday. Lets see if I can do it, shall we?

Lots of love,
Chloe xxx

Saturday, 19 September 2015

Lush blackberry bomb | Review

Hello lovelies,
I'm reviewing the blackberry bath bomb bath ballistic from lush today. This is a bath bomb that I didn't really rate that well when I saw it in the shop. It actually smells pretty good. Its quite a strong scent so if you prefer lighter fragrances then this might not be the one for you. It is one of the bigger bath ballistic so I would say that this could be broken in two because it will make it a better value for money.


Here's what lush says about it "As soon as you drop this into your bath, tension is banished as the bergamot and frankincense oils are released. Bergamot is used in aromatherapy for anxiety, depression and nervous tension, and is both relaxing and uplifting as well as antibacterial. You’ll soon feel calmed as frankincense oil helps slow down breathing and induces a feeling of wellbeing." It was definitely good at helping me relax. I stayed in the bath for a good hour because I just wanted to stay all cosy in the smell of this bath bomb."

Ingredients |

Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Perfume, Bergamot Oil, Frankincense Oil, Hexyl Cinnamal, Lilial, Colour 42053, Colour 17200.

I was pleasantly surprised with this bath bomb. I didn't think I would like it because it was strong smelling. However once it had fizzed away in the bath it got a bit lighter and the colour was so pretty. I thought it would turn the bath water blue, when it actually turned the water a gorgeous deep purple. I also noticed a little bit of paper floating around the bath which when I looked said boom boom. I thought this was such cool little thing to put in the bath bomb as it was a pleasant little surprise.  This bath bomb was £3.25 which is cheaper than some of the bath bombs I have previously reviewed. I think next time I will break this in half just so I can get my moneys worth out of it but either way, its still a pretty good price for the size of the product.

Have you tried this bath bomb yet? Let me know what you think in the comments and if you have any recommendations then I would love to hear them. 

Lots of love,
Chloe xxx

Friday, 18 September 2015

Film review | Panic room

Hello lovelies
Today I'm going to be reviewing panic room. I first watched this film about six years ago and I loved it. I just loved the suspense that got you hooked to the storyline. The story basically plays out in the home of Jodie fosters character, Meg Altman. I really love how they don't keep on moving to different locations because its gives the viewer a chance to work out the surroundings and then you can sort of plan along, how she could get around the house without being noticed.



Here's what it says online about panic room "Recently divorced Meg Altman and her daughter Sarah have bought a new home in New York. On their tour around the mansion, they come across the panic room. A room so secure, that no one can get in. When three burglars break in, Meg makes a move to the panic room. But all her troubles don't stop there. The criminals know where she is, and what they require the most in the house is in that very room.".





I really enjoyed the suspense and I think that was the main thing that kept me intrigued to watch more. I know that hardly anyone has a panic room in their home but the fear of intruders is something that I think we all have. I think it makes us think about what we would do in that situation, would you co operate with them, would you hide under a bed and I think that's what I enjoyed. I loved the chase between Meg and the burglars because your are rooting for her to beat them and get back to the panic room in time.




I will admit that there were some parts that I was genuinely scared of. When she needs to get out of the panic room to go and get her daughters medication it's brilliant how they film it to show the chase between Meg and the burglars to get back to the panic room.


Even though I shouldn't like the burglars, I really like the character called burnham. Granted he's the bad guy but when he is in the panic room with the other burglar and mega daughter, he helps her and makes sure she's okay. Also at the end when the other man is attacking Meg and when he goes to smash her head burnham shoots him to protect meg and her family.  It doesn't sound good but he saves both me and her daughter.

Overall I really loved this film and I would love to see more films like this. Have you seen panic room? Let me know in the comments.

Lots of love,
Chloe xxx

Thursday, 17 September 2015

Crumbs and Doilies |

Hello lovelies,
I'm sorry that I didn't upload a baking post yesterday. Ive got a cold, a bad throat and I'm just a little disconnected with everything at the minute. It was one of those days where I just needed to come home and have a nap. I did and it was great if any of you were wondering.  As most of you know, I went to London a few weeks ago and I stopped by the crumbs and doilies cake shop. I wanted to share my experience with you and show you some of the amazing cakes I got.

I went to the shop in Soho which was a nightmare to find but we got there in the end. The shop was absolutely beautiful and even though it was small, it felt so welcoming and the staff were so friendly and it was just such a great atmosphere. The cake selection was a tad overwhelming. It was like heaven for a cake lover like me so I chose carefully the cupcakes I got, when I say I got I actually that my dad got for me. 

I really love the packaging they use. Its so simple and rustic but I adore it. Here's the bag we got that held the little bites of heaven. 

 

In this little box we got a slice of rocky road cake. My mum had this one and I was slightly jealous. This looked and smelt fantastic. I tried a teeny tiny bit of the corner and it was delicious.



We got a box of six cupcakes, we got two of some because both me and mum wanted to try them but weren't willing to share. We got two roll cupcakes, two salted caramel, one malteaser and one lemon cupcake. My mum had a role, caramel and the lemon. I must say my favourite was the role one. They were all delicious but the role cupcake was so deliciously moist. It was the best cupcake I have ever eaten. Every component of the cake was brilliant. I want to know how to make them now. The salted caramel one was also very tasty. I'm not a massive fan of salted caramel. I like it but I don't like tonnes of it. This cake had just the right amount and it was mouthwateringly good. The last cupcake I had was the malteaser cupcake. I loved this simply on the basis that the butter cream was perfect. I think they added malteaser power or crushed malteaser to it because it had such a wonderful taste.





The last thing my dad got me was this slice of heaven. It was mouth watering, it was chocolate, it was moist and it was an explosion of incredible tastes for my taste buds (okay I went overboard there). This is the chocolate caramel pretzel cake and my god it was to good for words. The cake was amazing, the pretzels were amazing and the butter cream was also amazing. I'm desperate for the recipe for this. I could eat this all day, every day and not get bored. I want you all to experience this cake. That's right, its not food its an experience and one to definitely be had. If you are ever in London then you need to go to a crumbs and doilies shop


Because the boxes were just so darn pretty I had to keep them. I have put my sharpies in the medium one because they fit perfectly, I'm keeping the big one as my memory box. Party because the box itself is so pretty and it hold a memory of the day I fell in love with this cake shop.


Ive said far to much about this now so I shall see you all tomorrow. 

Lots of love,
Chloe xxx

Monday, 14 September 2015

Lush Oxford street | Haul

Hello lovelies

Here are all the products that I got from the Oxford street lush. It cost £66.85 which I know is a lot but lush is like a drug for me so I think its better I'm addicted to these than anything else. Also I purchased these with my own money, I didn't get them for free before any asks. I would have liked to (Wouldn't we all) but I'm really happy I got these products. With each picture I will write what is on the label lush put on the bag. I will write it as best I can but some of the text faded on the labels so just assume I'm close to what its supposed to say. Oh, one last thing. I will link all the products to the lush website if they are available on there. Click on the image and it might take you to the lush store, if there's no link then sadly you can't get it online yet. At then end of the haul I'll put some pictures of the store and talk about my experience.



Cup o'coffee | £6.50 150g
Lets have another cup o; coffee! Wake your skin up with this exfoliating mask, leaving it smooth and soft.




Guardian of the forest | £3.35
When this grounding, mossy bomb hits your bath will be transferred into a mystical oak moss and cypress forest lagoon, packed full of rosewood oil from out Peruvian rain forest concession.


Golden slumber | £3.35
A sleeping potion in your bath, the calming essential oils will calm restless minds and send you on your way to heavenly sleep.


Melting marshmallow moment | £2 each.

It’s so fluffy! For dusky peach waters so sweet you’re going to sigh, let this candyfloss scented almond oil and marshmallow powder go in the bath.This product is a bath oil.



Lang song | £3.35

This Tunisia neroli and Peruvian rosewood bomb erupts into a sensual world of tumbling peony and everlasting flower petals. A perfectly behaved companion you take into the bath with you.



Big bang | £3.75
Start your night with a bang, not a whimper, and treat yourself to a colourful bubble bath filled with  softening ??????? zesty grapefruit oil, and refreshing lemon myrtle oil. Simply crumble under running water ?????????you fancy a super bubble bath or saving some for next time if you want to prolong the treat.



Big blue | £3.35

Run yourself the perfect temperature bath, get in, then taken a moment to let go of the world outside your bathroom, before launching your ballistic into the water and watch it fizz away.



The experimenter | | £3.95
There was no label for this one so I can't even make it up. Sorry.



Little dragon | £5.95

When weariness threatens to drag on, put a little fire in your belly with awakening bubble bar. Filled with zingy spices to make you heart sings and warms you through too.


Frozen | £3.95
Do you want to have a bath bomb? Do you want to splash and play? Take this magical blend of uplifting grapefruit and Tunisian neroli into the bath with you to thaw the iciest of moods.



Yoga bomb | £3.95
If you long for calm and contemplation, drop this layered bomb into the bath. As the mesmerising colours unfurl, woody olibanum and ho wood create an atmosphere of deep relaxation.


Cyanide pill | £3.50

Caution! Drop this into the bath if you’re prepared to detonate the scents of intoxicating Majorcan almonds and rosewood from out Peruvian rain forest concession. Watch as a volatile stick of mercury silver breaks loose.


Intergalactic | £3.95
Ground control to major bomb. Prepare fro takeoff as this awesome mix of peppermint and popping candy explodes in your bath, creating the scent of an intergalactic 80's rogue. Launch into the water to become the guardian of your own galaxy.



Furze bath| £2 each

It might look prickly, but its blooming’ lovely in the bath with an aramanth flower on top. Drop it in the bath and take a trip to English meadows scented with gorse bushes. This product is a bath oil.


Cherry blossom | £5.95
Pop your bath time cherry with this decadently sweet reusable bar. Fill your bath to the brim with bubbles by holding this willow stick bar under the tap, and then soak under a bubble cloud of intoxicating majorcan almonds. There's another one for another day too.



Oxford street Lush |
I really enjoyed my trip the the oxford street lush. The fries thing I noticed when I went in is that every member of staff was really friendly but they didn't just cling to you the minute you walked in. In some lush stores I go to they're always really friendly but don't give you a chance to look yourself and they do pressure you into buying some products. They were all really friendly and they were making if I was okay but not in a "I want to see you everything" way.

I was just so overwhelmed with the layout. Its so pretty and its just so relaxed in there. Everything is set out so beautify and the staff are really well informed. I was speaking to this girl called Rebeca who works there, and she said how they wasn't as much upstairs as they had sectioned on part off to set something up and she said it was a big secret for Christmas. This filled me with so much joy as you all know how much I love Christmas.

I was talking to another women about eh face masks, i explained how I wanted to try the coffee face mask but the cupcake one made my face feel like it was burning. She was really helpful and offered to do a test of my hand to see if my skin would be okay with it. Luckily it was and I was really impressed with the smell so I had to get myself a pot.

As you know I spent a little to much in there but when I got to the till they were so chatty and were chatting to me about the products I got. The two who served me were Rebecca and I can't remember the name of the man working with her on the till, but if anyone who works at lush is reading this, I made my purchase at13.24 on the 2nd September. They were both amazing and I want to thank them for all they're help. They really made the experience enjoyable for me.












Lots of love,
Chloe xxx