Friday, 20 February 2015


People often talk of imperfection as a bad thing, as something to try to avoid, to be something different, but we are all imperfect. We all have our flaws.
Everybody loves Marylin Monroe and she once said "Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring"

John Green said "I don't know a perfect person. I only know flawed people who are still worth loving"
We all have our flaws, but they shouldn't be what define us. We shouldn't only be what our 'imperfections' are, we are more than that. In reality there is no such thing as an imperfection, because who actually decides what 'perfect' is. 
Don't ever let yourself get down because of other people pointing out the things about yourself that you are not comfortable with. 

Those things you hate about yourself….:

You loved them in your favorite characters.
Your crazy hair:
Your stand out scar:
Your unique laugh:
Your freckles:
Your shyness:
The way you get excited about the little things:
Maybe you’re a little crazy:
Maybe you wish you could change yourself:
But if you did change… There would never be any good stories. 
Let your unique traits shine through. 
Because every thing you call a “flaw”, I call an important character trait. 

Don't ever feel upset that you have 'flaws' because they are what make you who you are.

Love you 
                         -Little One x 

Thursday, 19 February 2015

Loreal Paris Elvive Full Restore 5 Review

I have recently been using the Loreal Paris Elvive Full Restore 5 conditioning treatment, and I have noticed a significant improvement in the quality of my hair. After dying my hair, it started to get quite dry at the end and so I went hunting for a new conditioner as my old one wasn't quite working. 
The conditioner works better the longer you leave it. If you leave it on for 10 minutes then your hair will feel soft, but I have found that if you wash your hair then put some of the conditioner on the ends of your hair, leave it for a couple of days, and the day you want to go out, or the day before, you wash it out and your hair is silky smooth.

You can buy them at boots from £3.39 to £5.09 

Love you
  -Little one
For this post I am going to review on the Loreal Paris Casting Sunkiss Jelly.

I used this product on my hair during the summer, and I found it to work amazingly well. I have naturally quite dark hair, and yet the jelly lightened my hair by many shades. However, it did not take it past a natural looking colour. 
The dye has a pleasant smell about it, and so your hair does not smell all day, also it doesn't make your hair fell dry or brittle, on account of the conditioning oils in it. It works well, though does take multiple applications and lots of heat to start to see the colour changing.

I found that you have to stop using the dye before you reach your desired shade as your hair naturally lightens in the sunlight, and the dye can leave your hair looking brassy, if your hair was dark to begin with. The dye can also damage your hair slightly as it does have hydrogen peroxide in it, and so you should follow up with an intensive repair conditioner.

Take note that this is a permanent dye, and so if it does not work well on your hair you could end up in the salon paying to get it re dyed. 

This dye works best on natural "virgin" hair, and also on light hair. If you have darker hair I would recommend giving this a go as a lightening treatment as it works well and wont take you too far away from your natural colour.

All in all I found it to be a good product which I have used multiple times, and feel that if you want to lighten your hair  progressively then this is a good way to go. It is also good for first timers as it is not as damaging on your hair as most other dyes. 

Love you
    -Little One