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Interview:with Georgina Grogan

Georgina Grogan
a red headed beauty who has made plus size sexy! Last years winner of the best fashion blog of the plus size awards & the new face of Scarlet&Jo.
Georgina has made a name for her self in the the blogging world as well as in the fashion world.from the perfected eyebrows down to her manicure this girl is on top form!




1-whats in your make-up bag?
 Oh god, that's a very big list, so I'll just mention my day to day items.
 MAC Studio Fix Foundation
Collection Concealer
Collection Powder
MAC Harmony to contour
Max Factor Blush
MAC Diva Lipstick
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Pomade
Makeup Revolution Felt Liner
Max Factor False Lash Effect Mascara
Makeup Revolution eyeshadow palette (I have around 15 and try and switch it up)



2-whats your daily fragrance?
 Lush - Sikkim Girls. Jasmine and deadly.




 3-your outfit of the day?
 Newlook top and Skirt from new company http://www.dasrockhaus.com/ 






 4- you recently won best fashion blog at the plus size awards! how do you feel on wining the award?
 I feel amazing, it's honestly my proudest achievement so far. I didn't even know about the Awards until I was shortlisted so it was a huge surprise and honour. I can't thank everyone enough.




 5- whats your ideal valentines date?
 Well I did think I was spending Valentine's Day alone with a tub of Ben and Jerrys, but it turns out I have plans with a hot date and a weekend away in York planned! I do love weekends away, especially in a romantic city.




 6- whats your valentines day look/outfit (pictures)
 Depending on where I'm going, it's always going to be lacy but I think I'm going to wear my dress by Scarlet and Jo.




 7-your hair is amazing! how do you keep your hair looking so stylish everyday?
 I won't lie, I make an awful lot of effort with it, but I love my hair. It's dyed probably every two weeks, washed a couple times a week with everything colour protecting, and I use hair oils everyday.




 8- what advise would you give to other bloggers to achieve an award like yours?
 Don't actually aim to win an award, instead aim to be the best you can possibly be. There's no point in forcing out content, but if you want to write and you love it, do it as much as you can.




 9- scarlett and jo are bringing a dress out that has been designed for you! how exciting! could you tell us a little more about this project? (pictures of the dress if possible)
 After meeting designer Gifi they day after the Plus Size Awards, he said he was going to design a blue lace dress for me because to him I am the 'Queen of Lace.' Never in my wildest dreams did I expect to be asked to model the collection, which also featured other dresses designed for my fellow plus size bloggers and friends. The day was absolutely incredible and you'll be seeing more photos very soon!







 10- what are you top tips in fashion?
 You don't have to follow the trends to be fashionable, find out what you feel comfortable and look sexy in, then go from there and experiment.


 11-what made you start writing a blog?
 I love writing, I always wanted to be a Lawyer and then an English Teacher, but my love for beauty took over. Now it means I can write until my heart is content on all things fashion and beauty, it was and is perfect for me.




 12-if you could collaborate with any designer who would it be?
 I'd definitely love to collaborate with Gifi Fields from Scarlett and Jo, I know I kind of have this time, but they seem to be one of the only Plus Size Brands that really comprehend plus size women and what they want. They know how to create clothes that make you feel amazing and I love that about them and Gifi.


hope you enjoyed the read for more on Georgina head to :
. @GeorginaGrogan
shemightbeloved.com
lots of love
Natasha
xXx

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