BOHO MOON HAUL PART 1

If you follow me on Instagram, it may be no secret that love everything bohemian. From style to art, from jewellery to tapestry, I love it all. Recently I cam across another online store that sells everything boho and I have to say, I am pretty darn impressed. Boho Moon offer bohemian style silver jewellery at super affordable prices. With their sales being really generous I knew it would be next to impossible to not go crazy with filling the cart! Another

PROM 2015

Prom, eek! For me it was on the 12th June, so it's about time I published this post that I've had waiting for over a week! As this was my leavers prom as I go to University in September, I though there would be a few tears shed as I could probably count the number of people I will never see again, including teachers. We rented out the Thistle Room at the International

GONE BLONDE

I am blonde! Well, half blonde...maybe? 
Two things I have been dreaming about for quite some time now is ombré locks and the return of luscious long hair that I once had. Let's face it, despite the affect of GoldCrush Hair, I am still a bit away from the length I would like my hair to be at. Let's say a good four/five inches longer would be nice. The ombré hair on the other hand happened last week thanks to those across the water (I'm talking the Firth of Forth) at Lox Hair Design, Dunfermline.
Luckily for me, only the ends have been dyed and my roots (and still most of my hair) have been left untouched. Which is a good thing as I always worried about the damage that may be caused despite being tired of the same hair I have had for like...ever and wanting a wee change! And it's like what Emma (the lovely hairdresser who done my hair) said, "It's the first time dying your hair and you chose this?!".

I love having my ends blonde as it's much easier to manipulate when it comes to colour, which I had tested less that 24 hours after my hair was dyed. With the aid of hair chalk I bought yonks ago I achieved the following look;
'Cheeeese!'


Well hasn't this post been filled with 'selfies' hehe

I liked it a lot but felt I still like the blonde ends more unlike my mum - who to my surprise - likes the multi-coloure more! 

Since getting my hair dyed I have also taking the time (And spent the money!) to invest in some new hair products for coloured treated hair which I hope to share with you in the next couple of days or so alongside my hair care regime.  But until then,

SOME KINDA TIME || #MUSICMONDAY


Happy June the 1st fellow readers! 


Jumping right in, this weeks #MusicMonday is again from a musical (it seems to be the only music I am listening to at the moment!) and just like last weeks musical, it features the wonderfully talented and good looking, Derek Klena!


'Some Kinda Time' - Performed by Eddie Birdlance and the Marines 
(Portrayed by Derek Klena and Josh Segarra, Steven Booth, Adam Halpin and F. Michael Haynie)
(Video above is only available on some platforms so click here to access it if it isn't showing)
I must admit despite watching this musical - Dogfight - more times than I can count on one hand, I am still in love with the soundtrack featuring the voices from the likes of Derek Klena, Lindsay Mendez and Annaleigh Ashford. 
I wish I could talk about the whole album as I think each song brings something different to the table but eventually I decided to settle for this single song as it was the first song I fell in love with from the soundtrack. And  may I just take this moment to say, those harmonies...oh.my.god.


For those who have not seen the musical Dogfight, it is an adaptation from Nancy Savoca's 1991 film of the same name, Dogfight. The musical premiered Off-Broadway at the Second Stage Theatre in 2012 with the music and lyrics by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul.



It's the 21st November 1963 and on the night before their deployment to a small but growing war in Southeast Asia, three young Marines (Birdlance, Boland and Bernstein; "the 3 bees") set out for one final boys' night. When Corporal Eddie Birdlance meets Rose, who is an awkward and idealistic waitress, he enlists to win a harsh bet with his fellow recruits in a game called 'Dogfight' (hence the title). Rose rewrites the rules of the cruel game and teaches him the power of love and compassion leading to a love affair.


Dogfight takes the audience on a romantic and heartbreaking theatrical journey that will stay long after you see the hauntingly beautiful performance.