Tuesday, 19 May 2020

#myabelini* Campaign | Choosing My Perfect Piece

If you are into extra sparkly jewellery then you are going to love this exciting collaboration. I was approached by Abelini Jewellery to work on their new campaign called #myabelini. The campaign is based on finding your perfect Abelini piece whether it's in gold, silver or platinum, there are so many styles to suit everyone! 

I browsed the exquisite range of accessories to choose my piece and I was amazed at the huge range of pendants, rings, bracelets and earrings. From minimal everyday wear to show stopping designs, it's all there in one place! I opted for a very glam pendant, I usually prefer and go for daintier pieces but this was calling me! The #MyAbelini campaign wants people to choose their unique piece to suit their individual style.

Abelini Jewellery is based in Central London and you can only view the showroom by appointment only so it's just you and the staff helping you pick the perfect accessory. You can really enjoy jewellery shopping and if you want a bespoke piece created for you then that can also be done because Abelini pride themselves in making it a reality for you. 

Jewellery like this should be enjoyed and worn everyday. I believe in investing in great pieces that last long and can go with anything. This pendant screams attention! This super sparkly pendant looks amazing in the sunlight and sits well, I really tried to capture the beauty of the pendant but nothing beats seeing the piece up close in real life. It is slightly on the heavier side so it's a bit weighty but nothing too uncomfortable. I guess I prefer really light jewellery but I'll let this one slide.

The pendant came in a very sturdy yet elegant Abelini box, so you can easily keep your jewellery safe when it isn't being worn. You could layer this with another necklace or wear it on it's own. it's entirely up to you. I personally like to wear it on it's own though. The little diamonds that surround the bigger diamond really makes  this pendant look posh yet suitable for everyday wear.

I am so happy to have this in my collection and a huge thank you to Abelini for working with me on this very special collaboration! I have found my #myabelini piece and now it's time to find yours...

This post contains a gifted item, all views are my own. Thank you Abelini!*

Monday, 4 May 2020

Soap and Glory | The Hygiene Bank Partnership*

As soon as I was handed this pink box I knew straight away that it was from none other than S&G!! A rather unexpected parcel too! Once I opened the parcel I was ecstatic to see a full sized Clean On Me Shower Gel but there was something even better than that... Soap and Glory have teamed up with The Hygiene Bank to give back to those in need of personal hygiene products to skincare and haircare products.

Products that The Hygiene Bank collects:
"New, unused and in-date toiletries, hygiene basics, beauty and personal care essentials such as deodorant, shower gel, shampoo, make-up, nappies and laundry detergent."

Soap and Glory's aim:
For every 50 of our products sold, we’re donating one of our Clean On Me Creamy Clarifying Shower Gels (full-size, of course!) to The Hygiene Bank.* Help us support The Hygiene Bank and put an end to Hygiene Poverty.

Soap and Glory also gifted me with my very own bag to use and keep any products that I wish to donate. The hashtag and design is very striking, I will definitely be using this, such a strong bag too!

There are 501 drop off locations which is amazing! You can easily find one near you by checking the locator on the hygiene bank website and it's important to try and give back since personal/hygiene products are something that everyone needs.

Clean On Me* (£6.50) is one of my most favourite skincare products by S&G and is one of their bestsellers, "We call this two-in-one, but really, it’s more of a multitasker - a cleansing and hydrating combo featuring a dash of mandarin zest and our gorgeously fruity floral cult classic ORIGINAL PINK™ fragrance."

Read all the details here and for the official page of The Hygiene Bank click here