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Saturday, 11 October 2014

Mac Lipsticks, Fresher's Part ll And A Special Request.

FRESHER'S PART ll IS UP ON YOUTUBE! Make sure you check it out in the links below this blog and be sure to like it if you like the video, share it to your friends if you can and make sure you Subscribe. 


This last request is the most important as it helps you guys to keep updated with the latest of my videos so make sure you do it! If you're quite new to YouTube and don't know how to subscribe or how it works, then I've posted a little link below which explains how:

https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/4489286?hl=en-GB

So I'd say about a month or so ago, I managed to bag myself my first ever Mac Lipstick on Ebay for a sweet deal of £5. Normally Mac Lipsticks are about £15 a pop so this was a fantastic save. Obviously it was new and packaged so fortunately I wasn't buying a second-hand used lipstick (for those who are grimacing at the thought of me buying a used lipstick). Let me tell you, Mac Lipstick is beautiful! It's so velvety when it goes onto your lips and you can feel that it's moisturising them as well as giving them a pop of colour. My daily make-up routine at the moment as we're heading into winter, normally consists of either wearing lip balm (to avoid chapped lips) or my new Mac Lipstick.


The lipstick is in a nude shade (09) and is perfect for giving my lips a natural shine with just a hint of colour. Nothing too fussy or over the top. I'm hoping to get a few more to create a collection but at the moment this one will have to do!

The main theme of this blog though is actually something important that I read in the paper today. I know it won't be for everyone, including myself as I don't know whether I'd be able to go through with something so painful. What this brave little girl is going through is obviously far worse, but this girl featured in the Evening Standard today, is desperately seeking a bone marrow donor. I thought maybe if there are people reading this blog that feel brave enough to sign onto the Bone Marrow Donor list, then I'd love for you to do so via this website, http://www.nhsbt.nhs.uk/bonemarrow/ . I'm still undecided whether I want to sign up, perhaps I will as there are so many out there that need donors. It's not something that you should decide immediately as there's obviously a lot of health warnings that come with the procedure but even if this helps spread the message, I'm happy to help as social media nowadays is such a powerful platform.


That's it for now. If you can, then raise awareness about bone marrow donors to your friends and family.

Love one another and make sure you appreciate those around you! 

Natalie-Ann x

To see this week's video blog: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbKKbYENjs0
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