With summer drawing its sun-kissed, freckled self to a close, autumn is rearing its festive fresh face around the corner.
It’s time to pack away that sweet little two-piece, dig out your knitted Sunday best and grab yourself a hot steaming cup of that sweet pumpkin spice.
Autumn is known as the transition between summer and winter, where nights begin to draw in and leaves begin to fall from the trees – similar to shedding your skin, autumn is the season that prepares us for renaissance.
Whether you’re onboard with the latest trends and must-haves or not, it’s no secret that the world of beauty is as fast-paced and ever changing as the next, from sensational strobing to broad ‘brows, it can sometimes be overwhelming.
IT seems as though 2016 has brought us a tidal wave of affairs, from Brexit to the withdrawal of Bake Off from the BBC (we’re still sad), but for some, it seems that this was the year of restoration and rock reawakening. With bands such as The xx, KT Tunstall, The Darkness and Kings of Leon, to name but a few, gearing up to release, perform or jump on their tour busses to return to the world of melodic madness, it’s sure to be an interesting year.
WE’VE all been there, when the emptying pages on that dreaded search engine have you feeling apathetic and exasperated, and you feel like all you need is a large glass of — whatever your vice is, accompanied by your nearest and dearest.
WITH summer drawing its sun-kissed, freckled self to a close, autumn & winter have reared their festive, fresh face around the corner. It’s time to pack away that sweet little two-piece, dig out your knitted Sunday best and grab yourself a hot steaming cup of that sweet egg nog.
SCOTTISH singer-songwriter KT Tunstall is currently in the middle of what some have labeled a “triumphant return”.
Having taken some time out of her whirlwind music career, she is back and ready to unleash a whole new catalogue of material.