GOLD CRUSH HAIR *

I know recently I have been lacking with the blogposts but as explained in Monday's post, there is a reason. 
Taking a blast to the past to when I was in primary school, I made the decision that I wanted to do away with my long hair and get a bob. Yep, BIG mistake. At the time I loved it but about 7-8 years later I find myself still trying to grow it to the length it used to be.

However thanks to GoldCrush Hair I am a few more inches closer than what I would be - so much so, I don't actually mind the length of my hair too much now.
GoldCrush is a new hair supplement, founded by Alicia Gold, bursting with vitamins which are specially formulated to help boost the nutrients in our bodies. These help towards the maintenance of healthy hair, nails and skin because healthy hair starts from the inside. It supports cell growth and helps in keeping your follicles in-check so you can achieve healthy, beautiful hair with the bonus of healthier skin and nails!

I love the fact that I feel I know exactly what I am getting and nothing is hidden from you as everything in this product is clearly labeled.
The wee capsules of golden wonder have Biotin, Collagen, MSM, Bamboo Silica, Spirulina, a bunch of vitamins including A, C and D, alongside Folic Acid, Calcium and Iron. Full list can be viewed here. The capsules are free from gluten, wheat, lactose, artificial colourings, added sugar, preservatives, yeast and are suitable for vegetarians - which is a bonus as I am a vegetarian myself.
(p/c: GoldCrush Hair)
With the two months worth of capsules I was also sent a checklist with a sticker for each month so that I could keep track if I had taken them that day or not. I suggest putting the checklist somewhere you look daily such as your desk, next to your TV or even put it on your fridge. I also received a progress GoldCrush t-shirt to help track hair length and growth.
You are to take two of these capsules with water and preferably a meal each day. I took mine before just before lunch for the two months.

Overall, did this product work?
(My hair has grown almost four inches in two months!)

Yes! Though it can take about 2 months for you to start seeing results, I saw a difference in the health of my hair from about 2-3 weeks! I got a haircut just before I started to take this supplement as GoldCrush Hair does not change the condition of any dead-ends and strands so I wanted to start off 'fresh'. After seeing the results and improvement of the length and condition of my hair, I would definitely recommend trying these out for yourself as I found that they worked a treat! You can chose how many months you want from just one to a whole year and you can even sign up to a monthly subscription where you can save £2 per month! Check it the website out here!

Do you have any tips for growing your hair? I would love to know as I still would like my hair to be longer!
c/o GoldCrush Hair

YOU SHINE || #MUSICMONDAY

Well hello again! 
It has been a while since I last uploaded a post but just like I have said before (whoops), it will change. 
My school exams are over, school is over...forever (!!) and my HNC graded unit is in alongside a mammoth sized essay. This means I can finally relax and do what I love to do, BLOG...and watch YouTube Videos. XD

Jumping right in this week - as you may or may not know, I am obsessed with musicals. Especially Wicked. However following Fiyero's footsteps (In this case Derek Klena) I've now watched the 2012 Revival of Carrie: The Musical about 4 times now which has lead me to paying the soundtrack constantly (Linked at the end).

This weeks #MusicMonday is one of my favourite songs from the musical...


'You Shine' -  By Tommy Ross and Sue Snell (Portrayed by Derek Klena and Christy Altomare)



(Video above is only available on some platforms so click here to access it if it isn't showing)

'You Shine' is one of the new songs that have been added to the musical during the last several years of intense workshop in which both the musical and book were revised.

Incase you have never seen Carrie: The Musical, it is a musical (obviously) adapted from Stephen King's novel Carrie with added music by Michael Gore and lyrics by Dean Pitchford.
Carrie focuses on an awkward teenage girl, called Carrie White, who discovers she has telekinetic powers. She lives a lonely life which is dominated by an oppressive religious fanatic mother. When Carrie is humiliated by her classmates at prom, she wreaks havoc and anger on everyone and everything in her path.

Though I have not read the book nor watched any movie adaptions of it, I have seen the 2012 Off-Broadway revival of it many times now and think it is really well written and preformed. However, I wish the severity of the destruction wasn't so...severe? The ending left me really disliking Carrie White - though loving the musical.

I hope you liked this weeks #MusicMonday,  I will see you in a few days with another post, but until then...