One of the big projects we have been working on at bareMinerals this year is the launch of the exciting new bareMinerals skincare line, which launches nationwide this June 2016. As part of the launch preparations, us in the PR team organised a big bareMinerals skincare press launch at the Oui rooms in central London. We invited a range of press, bloggers and Influencers down to hear a presentation on how bareMinerals have become the first beauty brand to harness the powerful… View Post

It was a cold, rainy Friday night, I had lost my voice after the latest bareMinerals press event and both Marc and I were exhausted after busy weeks at work. So we decided to escape the rain at the Everyman Cinema Canary Wharf, a boutique cinema in the heart of the new Crossrail station. Like the small chain of Everyman cinemas across London (and now Birmingham and Winchester too), the cinema screens a mix of indie and mainstream films, hosts occasional… View Post

6 things to do in London Spring 2016 Finally, the nights are getting lighter and we can all get out of hibernation mode! I have so many activities, restaurants and bars still left to check off my London Bucket List but the ones I am most excited about are: 1: Good Ship Benefit Not content with launching their own BenePub some summers ago, this 2016 beauty brand Benefit are taking over the high seas of the Thames with their spring/summer boat, complete with… View Post

Lisbon was one of my favourite city breaks. We went at the start of April as an early birthday present for moi and though it felt slightly quieter than many European capital cities, it was packed full of character, with beautiful tiled houses, cute cafes lining the cobbled streets and some cool bars and restaurants for couples and groups alike. So for anyone who may be thinking of visiting, I’m sharing my top suggestions of where to stay, eat and drink… View Post

Have you ever felt the fur of a bear between your toes? I hadn’t until I stayed at Palácio Ramalhete, a restored 18th century boutique hotel in one of Lisbon’s most traditional districts. Lying opposite the Museum of Antique Art and complete with hand-painted blue & white 18th century tiles, emerald green doors, lofty ceilings and a secluded rooftop pool, the refined hotel is a quiet, antiquarian hideaway that Marc and I were lucky enough to spend our first night… View Post

Central London is packed full of culinary choice when it comes to lunchtime and I like to think that after working in Soho for nearly two years, I have a better idea of some of the best places for lunch in central London. (Especially as I never seem to stick to my resolution of bringing packed lunches in #fail.)  Some of these appeared on my 10 Good Affordable Restaurants for Dinner in Central London post but without furtho ado, some of… View Post