Monday, 12 March 2012

Free me.

Of my monthly wage I'm pretty sure about 60% of it is spent on magazines. I really need to start subscribing to save myself some pennies but its so difficult to decide which one to actually subscribe to. I read Company, Glamour, Look, and Elle religiously, Company is defiantly my favourite though and I love their High Street Edit. I picked up the S/S12 High Street Edit last week and it has now become my Bible for the next 6 months. I love that all of the clothes are affordable, and it proves that you don't have to rob a bank to wear nice things. They take inspiration from the catwalk and pick out the best buys from the highstreet so all you need to do is flick through the mag and go shopping! As much as I do like to have my own twist on things, I do love to see what is coming into the shops. I picked up April's Company today and had a quick flick through, I love that they write about real-life as well as celeb interviews etc.

I'm not really a fan of the likes of Reveal or Now because if I'm perfectly honest I don' t really care which celeb was snapped falling over drunk on Saturday night.. I only really pick up Look because I like their clothing section, and love looking at the adverts at the back for online boutique stores.

I grabbed Glamour last week and saw a freebie on the front. I love trying out the things magazines offer so jumped at the chance of some free shampoo, apparently worth £10. I did want the hair mask but I couldn't find any!

I've given this a go, it smells good enough to eat. You get 100ml which is fab for a freebie. It has the cutest design and stylish packaging. It is pearly white, but quite runny so be careful not to use too much. It has made my hair super shiny, and hubby commented on how nice I smelt! Not sure if I would pay £10 for this but it is a decent shampoo.

Have you got any good freebies I should know about?

Katie x


  1. You have such a nice blog, and yeah that shampoo only sells the packaging. I'm following you (if you want, follow back)


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