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We met Kirsty when we did her friend Sams wedding in the summer. She then booked us up for her day in September which was taking place at The Caves. (Great venue choice now it feels all wintery).
Leo was not who we expected to meet as we arrived - but as her mum explained she’d organised an Oscar themed hen and had kept him ever since! Well it would be difficult to let him go... Her brother nearly binned him after arriving home from the pub one night and finding him!
I hope you enjoy these shots of our fun morning filled with sweets.
The fastest way to improve your skin before you put on makeup for a special occasion is to pop on a sheet mask first. For all skin types you can choose to deep cleanse, exfoliate or deeply hydrate these masks are like putting on an intensive serum.
Not to be seen by a new partner or in fact your children who in my case never fail to tell me how scary and/or mental I look! A ten minute mask whilst your faffing around getting organised or preferably lying down with a blanket and surrounded by pillows will do your skin the world of good.
What a difference I notice when a bride has taken heed of our advice email and put one to good use! Easily bought for £1 up to silly money from the usual Superdrug, Boots skincare brands. The next thing I’m keen to try is the Optrex Warming Eye Mask, anyone else used it?
Thanks for being a good sport and letting me take your before shot like this Eilidh!