24 year-old, London based freelance journalist/writer, PR & blogger.
Writes about a variety of subjects including mental health, current affairs, culture, travel, entertainment and beauty.
Ah, fake tan. Such a bitter-sweet, love-hate step in every woman's beauty regime. On the one hand, feeling bronzed is such a confidence-booster and feels like an improvement to any outfit. On the other, the preparation and application process is time consuming, messy and something we all dread. So, how can we make the whole ordeal easier?
Taking this into account (and the fact that loads of us simply don't have the time nor the will to faff around painting our nails), is it the press-on falsies we remember from our youth's turn to take the nail spotlight? With the high-street seeing a recent increase of sales in false nails, the speed, price point and convenience of a new era of sophisticated stick-ons seem to be a winning combo.
13 Reasons Why should not be seen as a driving force for mental illness, as it fails to accurately or sensitively depict the link between mental illness and suicide. Although not intentionally, it is somewhat an exploitation of serious issues in young people today and could have a negative impact on vulnerable, impressionable teenagers.
People ask why women don't report sexual assault, why they are so hesitant in coming forward, here is why: we're living in a world where a man can have a dozen of these cases against him and still be elected President of the United States.
The tricks we rightfully criticise when used by professional photographers are now so easily accessible to us, making us much more aware of our features and physical appearance. And who/what is there to monitor who is using them and how excessively?
13/09/2016 17:36 BST
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