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Interview: with Salior Sarah

@saliorsarah

Interview with Sarah 

Sarah is an island blogger/Vlogger who has an addiction to Starbucks, clothes and beauty! Her readers and viewers see her as a girl with amazing hair and fabulously contoured checks along with her other addiction is  uploading to instagram! Sarah, who is a self taught makeup artist, gives the ultimate makeup lessons, where she has learnt everything from colour match foundation through to what ingredients are in certain makeup removers and toners! 

As I waited in Starbucks! As always she arrived looking cool and sleek! With a silver top shop bag on her arm along with cat eye  sunglasses she sat down to join me as we started the interview. 

1-What's in your makeup bag?
Foundation:l'oreal true match and Loreal infallible 
Collection concealer
The body shop honey bronzer 
Makeup academy pro base prime and conceal power 
The body shop pro kit in 02
Benefit gimme brow
Smashbox contour sticks 
Apocalypse lip velvet matte in meteoric matte 
Unique fibre lash mascara 

2-What's your daily fragrance?
 Stella McCartney stella . Katy perry (killer queen ) I mix the two together! 

3-What's your outfit of the day?

New look sandals 
Top shop jeans 
 New look top
Top shop leather jacket 
Top shop sun glasses 
Top shop Satchel  
  pandora double leather Bracelet 
4-Could you tell us your top 5beauty products you couldn't live without?

Collection 2000 concealer 
Body shop eyebrow set
Mac Vurv 
Contour stick by smash box 
Tropics cleanser 

5-In your own opinion Do you need money to be stylish ?
No, you don't need money to be stylish, you can buy an outfit from primark. 
In my opinion learn how to sew. People don't realise how easy it is to learn and make a great outfit! Good quality pair of jeans is a key item, especially top shop, I couldn't recommend them enough. You can find great things in a charity shop! if I go looking I don't find much but when I don't look very hard, I find something that I can experiment with. 

6-Which is your number one beauty brand and why? 
Benefit, bit pricey, worth saving for but they are a good all rounder; foundation, mascara, lipstick quite comparable to Charlotte tilbury! I've been going for years, since I was 14, I brought a play stick foundation it was amazing it cost me £30 but it was worth it. 1950s packaging is girly and quirky, all the girls on the counter are lovely and always helpfull. 

7-What are your top tips in fashion? 
Try and find stuff that suits your figure just because your a size 20 doesn't  mean you can't wear it. I love gok, ive followed him for years! Dress for your figure, only wear stuff you feel comfortable in.  Don't wear a pink top Just because  it's in fashion buy it in black try using some diversity. 

8-which hair products do you use to keep your gorgeous locks looking so sleek? 
I have very naturally straight hair, I use gainer honey shampoo and conditioner makes my hair feel lovely , for my colour I use a toned mouse , I use John Freda spray anti heat protector. 

9-what are you future plans as a blogger? 
Going up to Manchester to visit a fellow blogger Natasha. I first met her over the Internet, she's such a lovely person. I've been  invited to go to a bloggers awards in London october I don't know my plans I try and upload 3 clips and blog once, I've been doing YouTube since I was 17 so six years! It's been a big part of my life.


I hope you enjoyed the read 
For more on sarah head to :

Twitter: @saliorsarah
Instagram: Saliorsarah 

Lots of love 
Natasha 
xXx



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