For so many of you, this is the start of an exciting set of years ahead of you. For the rest, it is pretty much ‘Back to School’ but on a larger scale. Wherever you’re coming from, I’ve created a collection of tips for all you newcomers to gain some sort of solace from and all you established members of university to cringe as you remember your time as a new student.
Moving away from home can be really daunting.
Everything and everyone around you during freshers is new, and you don’t really know what to expect. So here are a few ideas of things to do during your first few weeks in Bournemouth whilst you’re missing the familiarity of home.
I’m sure we’ve all seen those viral videos of people screaming as they peel off a black, tar-like face mask from their t-zone. If you haven’t, then congratulations for not being as Facebook-obsessed as the rest of us.
It all started with a ghost, and no, I’m not talking about Casper the friendly one (although I did always wish he was a part of my life). I’m talking about ghosting as a dating trend, and it’s not a very good one.
To find out what it’s really like after graduating, I spoke to Jo Hoare, who previously worked as Heat magazine’s Style Editor, to find out if working in fashion journalism is as competitive as it seems.
Instagram stalking is my favourite hobby, I won’t lie.
Whether that’s a tinder match’s third cousin or incredible makeup artists, I just can’t help myself. Today, we’re focusing on the latter! I’ve compiled a list of the top 10 accounts that I would recommend you taking a look at if you want some makeup inspiration.
Valentine’s Day organisation can be tough, from deciding where to go to choosing what to wear.
For those who will be spending it with either their significant other or their friends, here are some sickeningly sweet outfit options.