24 Hours in Dublin!

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Hey guys!

Today I just wanted to share with you some photos from my 24 hour visit to Dublin yesterday. Just incase you were wondering – yes I am exhausted!! My boyfriend and I, last week, spontaneously decided to book a day trip to Dublin because we wanted to visit! I had such a lovely time yesterday. We had a full day of things planned and lucky for us the weather was dry and sunny, except for around 10 minutes when it rained so hard and we had to take shelter. It was super cold though, especially when we were on the tour in the morning!

Why did we just go to Dublin for the day? Simple answer was because flights are cheap from where we live and they only take approximately 40 minutes! Also, I am obsessed with travelling as you all know and I want to try and see as much of the world as possible and to be honest this was one my favourite trips because it was so spontaneous and different.

When we arrived, we got the Airline 747 Express from the Airport to the city centre with a return price of 12 Euros. If you are travelling to Dublin and not hiring a car, I would definitely recommend this service because it super affordable especially in comparison t the taxis and only takes about 30/40 minutes. The staff are also really friendly and helpful and will help inform you about the stops so you know which one you need to get off at!

The first thing we had planned for the day was the Viking Splash Tour. I had read so many reviews about this and was informed that it was a great tour to go on and because we were only there for 24 hours, we really wanted to get to see as much as possible. The tour itself was absolutely fantastic and I would recommend this 100%. It was so lively, engaging and absolutely hilarious. The tour is actually both land and water based. The first half of the tour, they drive you around the city showing you many of the famous parts and informing you of the history of Ireland. The second of the tour they take you on water and show you the U2 recording studios, for example. It honestly was such a fantastic tour and I loved the fact that it was both land and water based – it just added something to the tour which made it stand out from regular bus tours!

After that we went sightseeing and then stopped at Hard Rock Cafe for lunch. I really enjoyed eating lunch there and it has to be one of my favourite restaurants to eat at! I love the atmosphere and the food always tastes amazing!

For the afternoon we spent time around the Guinness Storehouse, finding out how Guinness was made and sampling it too. (On your ticket you get a voucher for a free pint – if you aren’t a drinker don’t worry because you can get a free soft drink instead). The storehouse is absolutely huge and there is so much to do there and see – you could spend absolutely ages there. They really have spent a lo of time making it interactive and it is finished off to an excellent standard. Again I would definitely recommend going here if you pay a visit to Dublin at some point! Well worth the money!

Next, we headed to the Temple Bar because I had read so many great reviews about this place and it was so lovely. Pints were obviously super expensive but that was to be expected. The pub itself is so quaint an pretty and I am glad we got time to enjoy this place!

For the remaining of the day we went and walked down by the River Liffey and then over the Ha’penny Bridge. We were actually going to head to Jameson’s Disterilly but as it started to rain we decided togo into th shopping centre and shop for the rest of time until we got the bus back!

I had so much fun in Dublin and really enjoyed experiencing another city. It was super cute and it a lot different to what I was expecting which I really enjoyed! I would really like to go back to explore even more and see the castle etc. but yesterday we actually got so much done and saw so many amazing and cool places! I can’t even begin to list all the amazing sights you get to see on the Viking Splash Tour – it’s incredible!

Thank you so much for reading and I really hope you have enjoyed reading about my visit to Dublin and what I managed to do in 24 hours there. I had such an amazing time and thank you to my Boyfriend for coming with me and for making the day really special. If you have been to Dublin let me know about your experiences there or if you haven’t been, let mw know whether you would like to and what you would like to go and see! Much love,

Lizzie X

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Pretty in Pink

Hello lovelies!

Since it has been spring and summer finally feels like it might be coming here in the UK I have really been enjoying pink. I think that pink is such a beautiful spring time colour and so I have been obsessed with creating a pink eyeshadow makeup look and also I have been enjoying wearing a little bit of pink on my lips. So today I am just sharing the products which have been my go to throughout spring.

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First I have the Urban Decay Naked 3 palette. I have mentioned this before and I am obsessed with this palette right now! I mean if you don’t like pink toned eyeshadows then you won’t like this palette but I think it’s gorgeous and has some beautiful shades with a good mix of shimmer and matte shades. It’s just the perfect palette for creating a pink look!

Next I have my Chanel lip gloss. I have been into wearing gloss recently and I am not sure why. I have either being wearing this one its own or I have been layering this on top of a lipstick. Either way, it looks incredible. Chanel products are obviously expensive but I think they are definitely worth the money! The quality is fantastic and the packaging is so beautiful. So simplistic and classy yet so effective!

Still on lips, as an alternative and for the days when I am feeling braver, I have this Rimmel Kate Moss lipstick. I am say for the days when I am feeling brave because it is super bright! It is a lovely bright pink and looks great with bronzed skin or natural tan and is definitely spring/summer ready. If you have been reading my blog for a while, you will know that I really rate the Rimmel Kate Moss lipsticks. They are drugstore so really affordable but the quality is phenomenal and very comparable to higher end lipsticks. I love them!

For nails I have been obsessed with the Sally Hansen Miracle Gel nail varnishes. I actually have had these for while now but I still love them. They are a great alternative to not going to get a manicure, which we all know is super expensive, and last so long. So if you are low maintenance with your nails then definitely check these out. You apply your colour of choice and I must say they are so pigmented and then apply a top coat and wait to dry. So easy but they look so good!

Other things I have been reaching for is my ever favourite rose gold Michael Kors watch. I love this watch so much, especially in spring and summer. I think it is just so perfect for the seasons and finishes your look off perfectly. Also, I just included one of my favourite mascaras – the L’Oreal Miss Manga Mega Volume Black Angel Mascara. I love this mascara! It creates insane volume without being clumpy and really lengthens and lifts your lashes too. What more could you want from a mascara? LOVE it!!

Hope you have all enjoyed seeing my favourite pink makeup bits and pieces for the spring and summer seasons. I just think they are such as great time to wear a bit more pink and add a little colour to your makeup. Thank you for reading. Much love,

Lizzie X

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