Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Pretty And Simple | Face Of The Day


Hello Everyone! So today I will be doing a face of the day! I just woke up feeling like I wanted to do a little more than usual and this is the final product! I hope you like it!


So to start off as always I apply all of my usual facial products such as moisturiser and my spot treatment I firstly applied my Rimmel Match Perfection Foundation (£8.99 from Boots) with my fingers. Next I applied my Maybelline Fit Me Concealer (£5.99 from Boots) with my fingers once again as I think that brushes wipe away the product a bit too much.

I then applied my Rimmel Stay Matte Powder (for £3.99 from Boots) which is sadly on its last legs as it has completely fallen apart. This powder is the best! I've been using it for years and years now! Would totally recommend it! Next I applied a peachy blush from the Sleek Face Form which I have written a post about. And I know this may sound weird but I then used the highlighter from that same Sleek palette. I love white glittery kind of eyeshadow and the highlighter is just perfect.


I then curled my eyelashes then applied my Soap & Glory Supercat Eyeliner which is definitely my favourite eyeliner as I find it super easy and quick to apply my liner with it and it gives the perfect dark line! I then applied my Clinique High Impact Mascara I got as a free sample and I absolutely love it! I think I will definitely buy the full size product. And finally I applied my newest favourite lipstick, the Rimmel Kate Lasting Finish Lipstick in 05.


So thats the final look! I hope you have enjoyed it and if you did, please let me know in the comments as it would mean the world to me if you did :). What is your favourite look at the moment! And also let me know what your favourite products are at the moment!

Love From Elizabeth x

Thursday, 28 August 2014

L'Oreal L'Extraordinaire Liquid Lipstick | Product Review


Hello Everyone and today I am going to share with you my latest lip purchase! I've heard a lot about these so I knew that I needed to try them! So here is my review of the L'Oreal L'Extraordinaire Liquid Lipstick in Rose Symphony which is a gorgeous pinky red kind of colour which I think is perfect for the transition from summer to autumn.


















The packaging of this lipstick is just stunning and looks really chic! It's a goldy kind of colour which makes it look a lot more expensive than just £8.99! Although it does kind of look like your average lipstick, it is infact a lipgloss! This product has a feather soft wand which is used to apply the product, and it is both amazing and annoying at the same time! As it is a soft kind of applicator, it has little bristles that come out, making it hard to apply the lipstick to the upper lip around the edges! But it does really just glide on, and is super speedy!


It contains micro-oils which help to make it super colour intense, super shiny and soft like a balm! I cant totally agree with these claims, as my lips feel super soft and luscious when I have it on. They don't feel sticky like normal lip glosses which is a plus, and they seem to last a long time (provided you are not eating anything). They also have amazing staying power, as they didn't seem to budge off my lips at all. Best of all, they smell and taste absolutely amazing (I cant quite put my finger on the scent though...)!

I will definitely be going out and buying more of these! Have you tried this lipstick? What do you think about it? And what is your favourite lip product to use at the moment?

Love From Elizabeth x

Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Maybelline The Rocket Volum' Express | Product Review


 Hello everyone! So today I am going to be reviewing Maybelline The Rocket Volum' Express Mascara! I have had the waterproof version of this for the longest of times, but I'm not a huge fan of waterproof mascaras, as I find them too harsh on my eyes. So when I was in boots, I knew exactly what I needed to to do! I needed to pick up the non waterproof version.

The mascara has a large plastic applicator which works perfectly in giving you amazing looking lashes! I honestly think that it makes them look so long and amazing which hopefully you can see in the image below! Since the applicator is rather large, I found it hard to apply mascara to the outer edges of my eyes, but maybe that was just my own application fault.


The formula of the mascara is very nice! It doesn't clump and leaves your eyes looking amazing, long and very black. I love how much volume it gives to your eyes, and with this mascara, my eyes look amazing, even without eyeliner. I would definitely recommend purchasing this mascara, as it is simply amazing in every way and is only £7.99 from boots.

I hope you have enjoyed this post, and let me know if you have tried this mascara before, and what you think of it! What mascaras would you recommend me use?

Love from Elizabeth x

Thursday, 14 August 2014

Easy Everyday Hairstyles | How-To


So there are always those days when your hair is just not working for you! We all have those days so I thought I would help a sister out, and share with you my most favourite hairstyles to do when my hair is just a mess!

So to start off, number 1 is a fishtail braid. It is super easy and simple to do! If you don't know how to do one, you can watch Zoella's tutorial on how to do it here. This hair style is definitely suitable for school and is really good as it keeps all of your hair out of your face!

Number 2 is a super classic and simple pony tail. Yes this is one of the most obvious ones ever! However I have added a slight twist to it by adding a scrunchy. You can definitely find scrunchies everywhere now but I got my from Brandy Melville if you were wondering :P

The next two (number 3 and number 4) come had in hand. For these super easy ones, all you will need to do is put your hair up in a bun (however you like it) and then add your accessories to make them look like you put some effort into them. Number 3 has the same scrunchy used in number 2 and number 4 has a super cute bow in it. I got this bow from American Apparel for about £9 pounds I believe.

And lastly, I have a hairstyle that is perfect for dressing up slightly (perhaps for a cute date?). So I used the same bow that I have in number 4 (which has a clip attached to it) to secure the bits of hair that fall around my face, to the back of my head (keeping my centre part visible.

I hope you liked this sort of post, as it is the first How-To type of post I've ever done. If you have any questions on any of these hairstyles, leave me a comment and I will be sure to reply! What are your favourite hairstyles when your hair is just not working for you?

Love From Elizabeth x

Tuesday, 12 August 2014

L'Oreal True Match Foundation | Product Review

Hello Everyone! Today I will be coming at you with a review of my current favourite everyday foundation which is the L'Oreal True Match Foundation which is £9.99 from Boots. I've been using this foundation for months now, so I definitely can say, that it is amazing! Below is pictures of before and after I have applied my foundation. As you can see, my face isn't too spotty, so this foundation is perfect.

Bare Face
With Makeup

I wouldn't call this foundation high coverage because it's not! But it does get rid of any imbalances in your skin tone, and it gets rid of any redness, giving a very flawless, and even skin tone. This is why it is so perfect for everyday! If you have a lot of blemishes that you want to make disappear, you will need to wear a concealer (which I am not wearing in these pictures). However, I have used my trusty Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Powder to help the foundation last all day.


Something that I love about this foundation is how it feels when you apply it! It is so silky and soft as you rub it into your face! To apply it, I firstly blend it all over my face using my fingers (as I feel it is the best way to distribute it over my face). After that, I use my Real Techniques Stippling Brush just to blend out areas which need more attention. 

I have rather oily skin, so by the end of the day, my makeup isn't what it was. However, I am very pleased with its staying power for the day. It does have SPF 17 which is good, as you wont need to worry about your face getting burnt during the day. It claims to have micro mineral pigments to perfectly match your skin tone and to give you smoother, healthier and more even skin. I can totally agree with these claims as that is definitely what it does for me.

I hope you have enjoyed this review, and let me know if you have tried this foundation, or if you have any foundations which you like!

Love From Elizabeth x

Saturday, 9 August 2014

My New Bags | Accessories


Hello everyone!! So recently I went to primark and was thoroughly disappointed with the clothing selection that had in the Manchester branch and I literally bought no clothing whatsoever and that is very unlike me!  I feel like their clothing has been stepped down a notch or something. Perhaps it's because I'm used to the selection in London, but I don't really know. (Rant over now). However, I loved their shoe and bag ranges available which is why I picked up these two beauties.

So the first bag, as you can see, is a cute little black cross body bag (I think that's what they're called...). Right now I am living of one bag (shocking I know), because I accidentally broke my old black one. I think the gold accents on the bag a super cute and add a nice touch to it. And the bow at the front is super adorable as well. And best of all, it was only £8.

Then as I was searching through primark for clothes, I found this pearl under the racks and it was love at first sight! I think the pink colour is totally adorable and cute, and the gold accent really compliments the colour. This one is slightly smaller than the other one, but I love how it has a small pocket at the front so that you can have easy access to your phone or ipod or whatever. And once again, this was for a mere price of £8.

I love primark bags, and they honestly last a long time, and are super cute! I love the sizes of these ones, as they are perfect for everyday outings, and fit everything you could ever need. I would definitely recommend checking out your local primark for some gems! I think my £16 were well spent on these purchases.

I hope you have enjoyed this post, and I would love to hear your opinions and thoughts on my new bags (even if you find them utterly hideous). Are you a fan of primark bags? Let me know!

Love From Elizabeth x

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Thursday, 7 August 2014

Sleek Face Form | Review


Hello my lovelies, and today I am coming at you with a review of the Sleek Face Form Contouring and Blush Palette which I got from Boots for £9.99. This palette has it all! It has a contour, a highlighter and a blusher, making it perfect if you are ever going away as you don't need millions and millions of different products!

I picked up my palette in fair (as you may be able to tell in the picture) and I think that the different powders definitely suit my skin type. I'm always trying to find a good contouring product for fair skin, and this one has definitely made its way into my heart. In the photo with the swatches, I applied it to my had a few times to ensure that the camera could pick up the colour, but let me ensure you, it does not look that dark and dramatic on your face. Another pro is that it is matte!

The contour, definitely does what it says, and makes you look like you have all the definition in the world. Next is the highlighter. It is such a gorgeous shimmery colour and I may be slightly naughty and start using this as an eye shadow as I just love this sort of shade for my eyes! It looks absolutely amazing on, and definitely complements the contour.


























Finally is the lovely peachy pink blush which I love! It is perfect for everyday, and I think it gives you such an amazing glow. It has a gold sort of under hue, which also makes it just so lovely and natural! All of these powders are very easily blended into the skin, so if you accidentally go a little overboard, it is simple to blend it in!

My only criticism of the entire palette is that it was super duper hard to get any of the product onto the brush when I first got it, but since I've had it for a little while now, it is definitely easier. So this in the end, is not a major issue.

I would say that this product is well worth the money and you should definitely check it out! I hope you've enjoyed this review, and let me know if you have tried this product, or if you a fan of Sleek (because I definitely am!).

Love From Elizabeth x

Tuesday, 5 August 2014

Summer | Haul


Hello everyone! I know it's been a while since I last wrote a blog post but I just stumbled back to my blog and realised what I was giving up! Right now I have more than 300 followers on Bloglovin which is just AMAZING and I am so thankful! I feel like I needed the break that I got, to clear my mind and give myself some time to breath and be free of pressure. But I doubt you really want to hear any of that so I'll just get on with the post!

So I've recently been out shopping since being back in good old England (I was away in Australia the majority of July) and I am super excited to be sharing what I have gotten! I will just like to warn you that the majority of the items are from Topshop which is one of my favourites places to shop now as I am loving their very plain and simple tops that they have (which are probably the most reasonably priced items in the entire shop).


First off I got this cute Rib Crop Tee for £8 at Topshop. If you know me, you will know that I am a massive fan of crop tops!! I absolutely love the pale pink colour of this top! It is so gorgeous and definitely goes well with a tan (which I kinda have at the moment). Topshop also has heaps of different colours for this tee, and I actually have it in white! I really wanted it in the colour sage but they were all sold out of my size!


So the next two items come hand in hand as they are the same top but in different colours! These Peplum Camis are just gorgeous and are super flattering and are only £10. I firstly got one in white, and I loved how it looked on me! It is super fitting and flattering in the breast area and it flows out! It is a super cute cropped top which goes well with high wasted shorts or jeans, or even some cute patterned shorts!  


I got these shorts a little while ago but I absolutely adore them, and they are perfect for a fancy lunch or event this season! Unfortunately I cant find the link to them but I believe that they were around £15 which is a bargain!. Pull & Bear has some really cute stuff and is super affordable! I would definitely recommend checking them out!


Finally I bought some jeans anticipating the cold weather to come later this year! These very cute looking high waisted jeans from Miss Guided for £34. They have a super cute acid wash kind of thing going on which I think looks super cute and more interesting than just block coloured jeans! I cant wait to start wearing these, this fall!

So that's all I have for now! I hope you have enjoyed this post! Let me know if you would like me to style any of these items here. Hope you're having a great summer holiday and are enjoying the sunny weather!

Love From Elizabeth x
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Friday, 6 June 2014

Think Pink | Outfit



Hello world! If you're a girly girl like me, pink is sure to be your absolute favourite colour (it is definitely for me)! But for some reason, it's a colour I don't wear all too often. Pink is definitely better suited for young children, but once you've hit puberty, it is just not acceptable to be dressed from head to toe in pink!



Here I am wearing my newest favoritest purchase from H&M which is this gorgeous pink checkered crop top. Unfortunately for some reason, I cant find this top on the H&M website, so maybe it is an in store product only? But anyway, this amazing item was only £9.99 and I got it as a celebration present for finishing my exams last week.


My jacket, trousers and bag are all from Primark (one of my favourite places to shop). My black disco pants are an absolute staple in my wardrobe as it can go with so many things. You can make them look casual or formal depending on how you style them. I love high waisted trousers as they really help shape your body (especially if you are not that curvy). Here are some similar looking disco leggings from ASOS which are only £16 (a bargain!). And if you want a jacket similar to mine, you can find one here from ASOS which is currently on sale for £30!

Finally my shoes are from New Look and are my new go to's in my closet. In every picture taken, they were really washed out and appear almost white. They have a tie die affect on them, and they are a gorgeous pink colour. You can find them here for £11.99. 

I hope you have enjoyed this post, and let me know if you wear a lot of pink, or if you think pink is for little kids only.

Love from Elizabeth x

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Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Crop Top | Wishlist #3


Happy Wednesday lovelies! Today I am here with another wishlist of perhaps one of my most favourite clothing items at the moment, crop tops. When crop tops came back into fashion many years ago, I was horrified with the amount of stomach was showing. But as of recently, I have discovered the wonders of high waisted trousers, and have been converted to a crop top lover.

1. White Embellished Cami Top for £35 from Miss Selfridge:
I love this crop top because it would be absolutely be perfect for summer by pairing it up with some high waisted denim shorts. I think the white would especially complement a tanned skin tone. It would also look super cute with a floral skirt or shorts.

2. Crop Cami in Grey from Topshop for £6:
I actually own this crop top and I would just like to say that it is super flattering. It is tight in the boob area and goes out ever so slightly around the waist. It is so plain and simple that it can work with absolutely anything. I like to style it with some floral shorts that I got from Urban Outfitters or with some light blue high waisted jeans.

3. Pink Gingham Check Crop Top from New Look for £9.99:
I have a top very similar to this, and I love the pink colour in this. Pink is one of my favourite colours but it is very hard to style it so that you don't look like a toddler. This top is perfect as it isn't too overpowering and is super cute. There is actually a matching skirt for this top, so it is perfect for a coordinate outfit.

4. Romina White Lace Crop Top for £9.99 from MissGuided:
I love the lace look, especially for summer. It is so light looking and very girly. I feel it would go very well with absolutely anything. This would go perfectly with perhaps a maxi skirt or high waisted denim shorts, and if you wanted a more formal look, you could wear a pastel coloured skort with heals, or perhaps black skinny jeans with booties. You could definitely transition this top for day to night.

5. Folk Print Crop Top for £6.50 from Forever21:
I love this very casual top. I especially love this high necked crop top style as it very 90's. This is perfect to wear with very neutral and plain skirts, shorts, jeans etc. as it has a very prominent pattern.

6. Soft Floral Crop Top for £8.75 from Forever21:
This is something that I perhaps wouldn't always go for, but I love the baby blue colour in the flowers and the white, as it is very summery. I think this would look amazing over a bikini, paired with high waisted denim shorts.

7. Strappy Seam Bralet in Pink for £8 from Topshop:
Here is another pink item, which is perfect for many outfits. It is super plain, hence can go with so many outfits. This would work well with monochrome patterned skirts and shorts as it will add a pop of colour to the outfit. It is also super flattering as it tight.

8. Graciela Dogtooth Spaghetti Strap Crop Top in Monochrome for £9.99 from Missguided:
As you can see, I have been loving the checked pattern recently. I love this top as it could be style in so many ways. You could definitely wear this in a more formal way, by pairing it with a black tight skirt with heals, or make it super casual with some denim jeans.

9. Jasena Blue Cami Crop Top with Crochet Detail for £14.99 from Missguided:
This is a super cute top and I love the detailing on the bottom as it really adds character to the top. It is a very unique colour but as there is no pattern, it can be worn with a lot of things.

I hope you have enjoyed this post, and I have given you some style ideas for when you next wear a crop top, or if you are looking for a new crop top. Let me know which one you like best!

Love from Elizabeth x

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Monday, 2 June 2014

May | Favourites


Hello everyone! I hope you aren't having a terrible Monday, and getting out of bed wasn't too hard this morning. Today I am going to share with you my May favourites, and this is my first ever favourites post so lets hope it isn't a complete flop (because I seem to always stick with the products I know).

So to start off, I would just like to acknowledge that I have hit pan with my Collection Blush in the shade Trouble. I absolutely love this blush and it is so natural and easy to wear. You don't need to worry about whether you've got too much product on the brush, because it is such a soft and subtle colour. I've been using this as my everyday blush for over a year now and I haven't found a blush that is as easy and perfect as this one.

Next is the L'Oreal False Lash Flutter Mascara which has been rediscovered in the past week, and is back to being one of my most favourite mascaras again. For some reason, my lashes always clump together very easily. It may be due to my technique or something, but this mascara doesn't do this AND it gives me great volume. I had been using the Lancome Hypnos mascara and I thought that was a miracle worker UNTIL I decided to pop on the good old L'Oreal. It is half the price, yet equally or (gasp) even better than the Lancome one!

Something that I have been using constantly has been the EOS lip balm in sweet mint which you can get from Selfridges. I love the feeling just after you put it on, as it makes your lips kind of tingly (which makes me feel like its doing something). I have to admit, I don't actually think it is the best moisturising lip product ever, but it does smell amazing! It is so minty and refreshing! I would buy it just for the amazing smell and taste (my boyfriend even likes it hehe). I definitely will buy another one in a different flavour.

So since it is summer now, I like to just wear a very light kind of scent, so I picked up this body spray from H&M for £1.99 which is a bargain. I find that it's not too overpowering and is perfect for everyday. It's the scent melon, and let me tell you, it is amazing! It is absolutely perfect for summer and I'm not too scared to use it up because it is as cheap as 2 chocolate bars.

Now my final favourites is the Organix Renewing Argan Oil of Morocco Shampoo and Conditioner. This smells absolutely amazing, and I love what it has been doing to my hair. My hair is so prone to split ends that I have to use oils to protect it and to make it a lot softer. I love using this product and it has definitely made my hair a lot shinier and has given it a lot more volume. I would definitely recommend checking it out.

I hope you have enjoyed this post, and have found some new products to try. Let me know if you love any of these products, and let me know any of your favourites of May!

Love from Elizabeth x

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Saturday, 31 May 2014

Digifest/ Festival | Makeup & Outfit


So to continue with yesterdays post which you should definitely check out (hint hint), I'm going to share with you what I was sporting on my face and on my body when I went to Digifest. I was going for a very natural effortless girly look which I think I achieved. This look could definitely be used for going to a festival or a concert as well. I loved how it all turned out and I hope you do too, so lets get started!

Makeup:

So firstly for my makeup, I got my face ready for makeup by doing my usual morning routine, making sure to apply moisturiser to ensure there were no flakes. Next I applied my favourite long lasting foundation, The Revlon ColorStay Makeup for Normal/Dry Skin in Ivory with my Real Techniques Stippling Brush. I love this foundation as it is a perfect for my pale skin tone and it works perfectly with the Real Techniques brush.

Next I concealed my blemishes with my favourite concealer, The Maybelline Fit Me Concealer in Fair. I love how creamy this concealer is, and it blends so well into the skin. For under the eyes I used my heavy duty Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer. This isn't one of my favourites due to its plasticy scent, but it does cover up darkness very well. To finish off my base makeup, I dusted my face with Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Powder.

Now onto adding some life to my face. For contouring I used NYC Big Bold Bronzer Manhattan. I don't like to add too much bronzer to my face for contouring as I am so pale, so I simply add a little just under my cheekbones, blending well. I also add a little around the sides of my face and on my neck. For my cheeks I used Sleeks MakeUp Blush By 3 Palette in Pumpkin with the shade Squash.

My eyes were a very complicated procedure (complicated for me that is...). I firstly primed my eyes using the Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion (Travel size) to ensure that everything would sit still for my long long day. For this look, I used my new MAC Eyeshadows which I wrote a previous post about here (If you want the links for the eyeshadows I used, please check on that post). So as a base, I put Naked Lunch all over my lids and on my eyebrow bone. Then I worked Copperplate from the outer corners of my eyes inwards all over my lid, so that it wasn't concentrated on the middle of my lids. Next I put Satin Taupe in the outer corner of my lids and blended it into my crease to about halfway. I did this until I got the desired look. And after all that I blended to make sure it all looked natural and wearable and put some more of Naked Lunch in the inner corner of my eyes to brighten my look.

I then lined my upper and lower water lines with Rimmel Exaggerate Waterproof Eye Definer in Black concentrating it to the outer corners of my eyes so that it didn't make the look too dark. Then using the Topshop Magic Liner in Engraved, I did a very thin line all the way from the inner corners and winging it out. To put it all together I used the Maybelline Big Eyes Mascara as it doesn't clump and is super easy to use. I then wanted my lashes to be fuller, so I added a coat of the Maybelline Falsies Mascara Volum Express as it gives such great volume to your lashes yet I find that it did make my lashes clump together very badly.

You know what they say, "You're never fully dressed without your brows"(did you get the Annie reference?). To tame the beasts, I used the Sleek Brow Kit in Extra Dark with the wax as I find that it matches my brows better than the powder (which has a red undertone to it). Then to finish it all off, I applied Topshops Lipstick in the shade Pillow Talk, which is a beautiful nude light pink colour which I thought would neutralise my dark eyes to give a more natural look.

Outfit:
I wanted to be very comfortable and girly so I picked up this gorgeous Wild Flower Smock Dress from Forever 21. It is so floaty and free which I love, and looks very Brandy Melvillesque. This dress is absolutely perfect for summer as you could definitely wear this over a bikini. Due to the low back of this dress, I did wear a bandeau with it so that I wasn't showing my bra to the world. Because I wanted this to be more of a casual look, I added my favourite shoes, which are New Looks Lace Up Plimsolls in red which is now not available in that colour. Finally my essential little brown bag is from Primark and it was a perfect size for the day, as it was able to carry everything I needed (including makeup for touch ups).


I hope you've enjoyed this post and that I didn't ramble on for too long. Let me know what you would wear to a festival/concert?

Love from Elizabeth x

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Friday, 30 May 2014

My Digifest Experience | My Life


About a month ago now, I was lucky enough to be able to go to an event called Digifest with my sister for her birthday to see my favourite YouTubers! I had never been to anything like it before in my life but let me tell you, it was definitely an experience.

If you're not a fan of YouTube, you may not understand what all of the fuss is about so to put it into perspective for you, it's equivalent to meeting your favourite artist or actor! However I did feel rather out of place standing in a crowd of 15/16 year olds who are still in high school (seeing as I am in university) and I don't think I have ever heard so much screaming in my life (and I have to admit that some of that screaming did come from me...). But meeting these YouTubers (who are actual just real people who never ever expected YouTube to become so big), I realised that we were all putting these very normal people in a very unfamiliar position.  


I can't even imagine what it must be like for them to have thousands of people screaming their name, or to have people queuing up for hours and hours to just get a glimpse of them. It must be surreal! But the thing that I don't think any of them would have expected was for people to get hurt because of them. During the show, people were being pulled out by the security team as they fainted from being dehydrated, squashed and pushed. I stayed well away from this mosh pit as I knew that it would be way to dangerous. There was so much pushing and shoving, that it was just not very safe. I'm not entirely sure how they could have avoided this situation, but I'm hoping no one got hurt too badly. 


My sister and I were lucky enough to have VIP tickets which were not cheap, and were more than twice as much as the general admission tickets. To be honest, it was definitely not worth what I paid for as the only extra benefit was that I got to meet them in person. For some they would do anything to do that, but what they don't realise is that we were very restricted and rushed whilst we met them. We had to wait for hours to get to see them as the queue was so large as they sold way too many VIP tickets and not everyone got to meet them. Luckily, my sister and I did manage to see them but all we had time to do was to get their autograph and a picture before moving briskly to the next person. It was also somewhat awkward meeting them as there was literally nothing to say to them which didn't sound too fangirly. But what I realised when I did meet them was that they were all very nice, and very grateful for everyone who came to meet them. 


So would I go again? Probably not. I didn't like how the whole day was run, and when we first bought the tickets, there was no information given about when it started, where to go, what the schedule for the day was, or anything. The only thing that proved we had tickets was the receipt we got from PayPal, and nothing from the actual company. It was very badly run and organised as not a single email was sent to me from the Event telling me what to do. My sister and I thought it started at 2pm (as that is what the website originally told us when we first bought the tickets), but they had changed it to 11am which we didn't realise until the day of the event. Also the meet and greet set up was so cramped and terrible as there was a massive table in-between us and the YouTubers, and we were pushed along by the event staff like a production line. Which leads me to my next criticism of the day, which was that the even staff were probably the most horrible people. They would tell you off, give you mean glances, rudely tell you to move etc. It made the day a whole lot more unenjoyable.

But I think my rant shall end here. I am very grateful that I did get this opportunity to meet everyone that I did, and I am glad that I was able to experience this. If you have any questions or would like to know more about the day, let me know by leaving me a comment. I would also like to apologise for the length of this post, but I could literally go on for years. I hope you enjoyed this post! 

Love From Elizabeth x

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