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Interview: with Dani Butler

The Gorgeous Dani Butler from the bbc three
Dont tell the Bride

Dani was first seen on our screens when an episode aired two weeks ago.
Her then fiancé booked the london tattoo convention as their wedding venue!
I must say this was bloody awesome! Her dress was like a princess gown and not to mention her stunning head piece!
Dani is also a kool quirky girl who is always up for fun and a laugh.

Hottest couple alert!! Info for the head piece Is
 in the interview

1-whats in your make up bag? 

Clinque foundation which is a must and I use the cheaper brands like Rimmel for my powder, Bronzer and Blusher. My eyeshadows are from Marks and Spencers ‘Autograph’ and my eyelashes are Eylure (202)

2-ive noticed your a lipstick type of girl!? 
RIMMEL yet again. Shade 006 Pink Blush. I have used this lipstick for 2 years or so now. This matched with lipliner is perfect.

3- your heading to a festival... what would be your top 5 luxury items?

1)dry shampoo



4)glitter/gems and pva

5)festival clothes

4- you have gorgeous long locks! How do you keep hair looking great every day?

I have extensions so need to make sure I look after them. I use Argania Spinosa products.

5- your most favourite outfit of the day? 

Hotmess mesh tees for sure.

-this month you appaired on BBC three *dont tell the bride* which aired early this September...what advice would you give other girls wanting to take part in *dont tell the bride*?
Just be very aware that the show always has a theme and that is what the producers want so your wedding will not be conventional.

6-what were your top 5 items from what you were wearing on the day? 
Well it had to be my amazing dress for sure. It was beautiful and I'll be sad to see it go but it's up for sale. Also my beautiful head band :)

7-a few people on twitter were going crazy over the head piece, your mum and step dad had brought you where is it from? 

Miranda Templeton head band 

8-your style is very quirky! 
Here is a mini quiz;

-lashes or lipstick? Lipstick
-long hair or short hair? Longhair

-vintage dresses or baggy top with leggings? Vintage
-festival clothes or pajamas? Pjs
-heels or flats? 
9-every girl has her favorite scent. Whats your favorite fragrance and why? 

Prob the only girl who doesn't wear perfume 

End of interview

hope you all enjoyed the read for more of Dani
head to her Instagram DANIBUTLER1
or on twitter @DaniCooke1

lots of love


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