I can’t believe today actually marks the 9th of October, meaning that crisp leaves, pumpkin spiced lattes and all things Autumnal are now officially back. That’s not all, my local garden centre is even offering all the delights of the festive season along with stunning magical scenes full of winter wonderland inspiration for your home.
Now, don’t get me wrong I love Autumn, Halloween and Christmas as much as the next blogger. But is it me or does it feel like one blink from your sun lounger and your cocktail is replaced with a Starbucks and that sassy little swimsuit is suddenly packed away for another year and out come those knee-high boots and scarfs?
If you are lucky enough to still have some sunshine on the horizon or perhaps you are having a spa staycation, then why not treat yourself to 15% off the stunning collection from Coco Bay Swimwear? But hurry this exclusive offer is only valid until the 31st October 2017. Who said trick or treating was only for children?
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Seafolly Swimsuit £98.00
Remember to enter the code Voyage15 at checkout and you can snap up this stunning swimsuit for a cool £83.30!
- This post is sponsored by Coco Bay Swimwear. I only ever work with brands I love, and all opinions remain my own. The swimsuit shown in this post was gifted to me and chosen by me. Coco Bay Swimwear have very kindly offered a discount for my readers.
They say you always want what you haven’t got and whilst I love my long hair, sometimes I do feel that it can be incredibly high maintenance and as for achieving salon worthy results, the closest my hair usually gets to such results is when I indulge myself with a special hair treatment whilst enjoying a nice long soak in the tub.
After being sent the new Arconic brush which was designed by hair dresser John Gillespie I was a bit sceptical, after all exactly how amazing can a paddle brush be? Described as revolutionary to the hairdressing industry, the Arconic brush offers greater control when blow-drying larger sections of hair and promises salon results at home. I have to confess that my poor hairdressers usually spend hours on cutting, styling and colouring my hair and when it comes to drying my hair, well I defiantly don’t envy them.
But when I tried out the Arconic brush it provided plenty of grip for my heavy locks whilst enabling me to brush my hair without it getting all in a tangle. Whilst £19.99 does seem rather deer in price, I suppose when you weigh up the cost of a blow-dry at your local salon, it is defiantly an investment that is perfect for those in-between salon moments.
Also despite it’s size, the brush is incredibly light weight, making it the perfect hair essential to throw in your suitcase for that Summer holiday that is just around the corner.
Have you used the new Arconic brush yet?
Whilst I was very kindly sent this hairbrush for review purposes, all opinions and views are my own.