Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Octobers Videos | Emmaamazingemma

So instead of overloading my blog with posts of whats been uploading over on my YouTube channel I wanted to just post once a month with the videos I have been creating. 

This month has been a little less busy over on my channel, I've been finding it difficult to create a routine with my studies and fitting in time to film, but I think I have just about got there - I'm going to have to be a lot more organised tough! 

So here are Octobers videos: 

First Week At UNI | Lookbook | Emmaamazingemma 

Feeling Autumnal Tag | Emmaamazingemma 

DollyBox Unboxing | Season Autumn | Emmaamazingemma 

What was your favourite video this month? 

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Love Emma

Friday, 23 October 2015

Lush Bath Bombs | Bumble Bee Review

So this is a little series on my blog that I have wanted to do for a little while now, well since I went and splurged in lush a couple of months ago, (Watch the haul here). We all love a good relaxing bath and lush create some fabulous bath products that we all wish we could throw in and relax away to our hearts content, but alas sometimes the products that lush offer can make that relaxing time a tad expensive (thinking of the $) so I wanted to trial these products for you and let you know what I think of them! 

This weeks bath bomb was Bumble Bee. 

This bath bomb retails at £3.50 

This is described by lush as ‘soak in a Honey Bee bath will soothe and cleanse the skin, thanks to its wonder trio of honey, aloe vera, and rhassoul mud, a clay mined near Morocco’s Atlas Mountains. Honey is a wonder ingredient that soothes, retains moisture and is antiseptic, and we add plenty of cooling aloe vera, too. Rhassoul mud has natural cleansing properties, and also helps condition and soften the skin.’

I really enjoyed this bath, the scent wasn’t overwhelming but was pleasant and it left my skin feeling very soft and somewhat rejuvenated. I would have liked a slightly stronger honey smell, but overall an enjoyable relaxing bath. 

Scent: 2/5
Show: 3/5
Skin: 4/5

Cleaning: 4/5 – A large yellow streak left around the bath that took some scrubbing to move
Repurchase? Yes – But there are others I would buy over this one.

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Sunday, 11 October 2015

Emma Eats | Eggspectation

While out in Dubai this year we found ourselves eating an array of great food and it got me thinking about starting to post a few restaurant reviews on here. Food is something I love and good food is even better! 

The first place I thought I would review is Eggspectation at The Beach, JBR, Dubai (head over to their Website HERE). 

We were recommended this place by family and headed over 8.30am mid-week to see what the fuss was about. We had tried to get a table around 10am at the weekend, but there were none available, so would recommend booking if that is the time you wish to eat. We were shown to a lovely table by the window with nice views over the beach, and there was plenty of outdoor seating available (it was just a tad hot for us!). The waitress was smily, super nice and polite. 
The menu was huge, but split up into sections to make it slightly easier.   

To drink I ordered the ‘Tropical Teaser’ a blend of mango, banana, pineapple and orange which was refreshing and felt healthy, Jack ordered the ‘Honey Blue’ a mix of blueberries, banana, honey and yogurt and was just as delicious. 

It took us a little while to decide what we wanted to eat but as soon as we were ready the waitress was there and willing to take out order. Jack decided on the ‘Southwest Sunrise’ an omelette with cheese, peppers and avocado and served with lyonnaise style potatoes. I on the other hand, have trouble deciding on the sweet or savoury breakfast option so decided to combine the two and enjoy the ‘High Rise Pancakes’ which consisted of a stack of pancakes with sausage, beef bacon (not much pork in Dubai), and potatoes layered between and topped off with a fried egg. 

Both meals were delicious and there was plenty to eat for all, the bill came quickly upon request and overall was reasonably priced 184 AED (£33). The restaurant is in a beautiful location and really worth a visit. We enjoyed it so much we went back on our last morning for another delicious breakfast. 

Now we are back in London we would love some weekend breakfast recommendation so make sure you leave your favourite breakfast place in the comments below. 

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