Wedding vibes

Too faced born this way foundation in Sand

Nars  custard concelar 

Makeup geek eyeshadows, fortune teller, purely naked, cupcake, brown sugar, graphite

Nyx Rose quarts glitter

Mac hover lip pencil


Cosmopolitan, fashion addict, chikidee,  untamed

Studio fix fluid nc42

Nars concelar custard

Nyx lingerie seduction 

Mac half red lip liner



Studio fix fluid nc42

Nars concelar in custard

Sleek blush in sunrise


Makeupgeek eyeshadows in peach smoothie, chikidee, mango tango, morroco, boo berry, 

Mac cosmetic chicory lip liner

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My Septoplasty Experience

Septoplasty  is a surgical procedure to correct a deviated septum — a displacement of the bone and cartilage that divides your two nostrils. During septoplasty, your nasal septum is straightened and repositioned in the middle of your nose.

after a year of waiting and 3 cancellations I finally got a surgery date which was the Wednesday 22nd February. I had to be at the hospital at 7am and I went in to the theatre at 12:30. 

I wasn’t allowed to eat or drink. So I hadn’t eaten anything since 9pm the day before. 

I had to go through details with the surgeon so they knew I was the right person.  I was taken into the huge theatre. It was a long room with 10 different beds with patients On as well as surgeons running up and down. I was then layed on the bed and given the general anaesthetic.

I woke up at 3:30 and was rolled into the recovery area. 

I wasn’t in any pain but It was uncomfortable as I had a splint in my right nostril. Also I had sweaty eyelids as the pressure from the anaesthesia was realising. I went home a few hours after. 

 I was given medicine for inflammation. Which I had to take for 7 days. 

4 days post op I had to go to the store and I got a few stares from people as I had to keep my dressing on for any leakage. 

It’s been 2 weeks now and I had to have my splint taken out which was stitched to the inside of my nose. The doctor forgot about the stitches so she tried to pull it out n twisted it so it was standing upright. That was painful. She then took a craft knife and cut the stitches, pulled put the splint and vacuumed my nose. 

I can definitely breather better. I was hoping I didn’t lose my sense of smell. I’m waiting for the cut in my nose to heal and it’ll be perfect. 

2 weeks post op