For this weeks top 5 I wanted to shake things up and include a few things that are maybe not as mainstream as the previous weeks.
I am not vegan. I am actually teased for being a t-rex at times because I do love my meat. HOWEVER that being said I have found that I actually like a lot of vegan recipes.
That is why I a super excited for this cook book. It has been lovingly prepared (see what I did there?) by Holly White and her blog is here.
Its a gin revolution and EVERY bar, or shack seem to be serving a million different kinds. I tried a version of this cocktail while we were in Liverpool and I have been experimenting ever since! It is so nice!
Link to my supermarket where you can find the current price for the gin here.
I was so lucky to be invited to the Wet n Wild Autumn launch party held in The Baths at Clontarf a week or two ago and I managed to get my hands on this lil babe of a product.
It is the Hello Halo liquid highlighter and is a budget brand dupe for Cover FX. Amazing under foundation so go check it out! It can be found in chemists across the country or you can message them on facebook here.
I do like supporting local brands and I have absolutely loved this t-shirt since I got it! It is from the paper press Ireland (Etsy shop linked here) There are loads of options available and the quality is really good. A no brainer for the top 5.
I am finishing up this weeks top 5 picks with a firm favourite judging my the amount of DMs I received about it! It is the Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm. I first tried Emma Hardie at a Marks & Spencer Event (here) and fell in love with the brand. It is so natural and leaves your skin feeling amazing!
Available in loads of places but I have chosen to link Cult Beauty here for this.
Toodles for now