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interview: with Helen @thelovecatsinc


Helen is a fashionable beauty with sleek chick hair, great sense of style and a lover for red Lippy! Her fashion and beauty blog is full of glamours ideas from high street to designer.
With blog tips and trends,you can't go wrong with this lady!
If you need outfit tips or nail candy colours to pick from,carry on reading this interview with Helen.

1-What's in your makeup bag? 

The top products in my makeup bag are the new NARS Dual Intensity Palette, Illamasqua Blush in Throb and Revlon Lipstick in Cherries in the Snow! 

2-What's your daily fragrance?

I wear Tom Ford Velvet Orchid on a daily basis, it's such a gorgeous scent!

3-What's your outfit of the day? 

My OOTD is always skinny jeans, an oversized jumper and my COS coat!

4-Could you tell us your top 5beauty products you couldn't live without?

Definitely Estee Lauder Double Wear Foundation, NARS Blush in Douceur, Clinique High Impact Mascara, MAC Craving Lipstick and Bobbi Brown Corrector.

5-In your own opinion Do you need money to be stylish ?

No, you don't need money to be stylish! You can just use your imagination and get creative with items no matter what the cost. It's not hard to make cheaper items look expensive with accessories!

6-Which is your number one beauty brand and why? 

NARS is my number one beauty brand as I haven't used a bad product yet. They literally have everything you could need and they're all fantastic quality!

7-Whats been your own fashion mistake? 

There's been so many that I can't even think! 

8-What are your top tips in fashion? 

Buy higher end denim if you can, as it fits amazingly and will last you 10x longer! Works out cheaper in the end. 

9-please pick 3of your favourite outfits you have worn recently ?

This one, this one and this one

10- which hair products do you use to keep your gorgeous locks looking so sleek?  

I always use Bumble and Bumble products, I love their invisible oil range and the seaweed one. Their dryspun spray is amazing too! 

Helen is also holding a Huge Giveaway over on her blog!  GHD rose gold set this ends on the 5th April go and apply now! 

Thank you again Helen for taking part in the interview, I hope you all enjoyed the read
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Lots of love 


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