Supre. You guys probably don't know me well enough but I haven't legitimately shopped at Supre since I was 12 and I buy something quite basic on the very rare occasion (when I was 14 to buy a cropped shirt). So sometimes I search through the website to see if there is anything worth it, and also laugh at some of the clothes because some of their pieces are RATCHET. But this time I checked (July) and I saw a lot of nice stuff (or just stuff I can wear for parties) for ridiculously low price. 
NOTE: Majority of this shit is 2 and 5 dollars #bargainhunter #suprecheap #intothebrands

Leopard Clutch It Bag - $5AUD (SOLD OUT)


Collected all my empties in my Herschel plastic bag to keep them all in the same place. Hopefully my mum hasn't seen it, I don't know if it's just weird to say I have it for no reason or I have it to show on my blog? 

I've had this product for like years. Probably since 2012, which is nasty. I didn't really notice until recently but I just finished it off by using it to clean my brushes. Smells like Nivea and is gentle on the skin so I would recommend, I don't know if I can use Nivea anymore (CF or not?) but I'm not in-love with it so.
Re-Purchase? Nah.

Lush - Tea Tree Water (100g) - $9.95AUD
Bought this mid-year last year and it's lasted me until the middle of August which is pretty good considering I use it every time after the shower on my face. It smells really nice and works nice with a bunch of other things inside besides tea tree its refreshing and helps tone my skin.
Re-Purchase? I will see how long my skin can last without it but maybe

T.N.Dickinson's - Witch Hazel Toner (240ml) - $6.59AUD
I bought this ages ago, when I first started this blog. I made a review you can check out here. At first the smell is crazy bad but after a while you get use to it. I use it pretty much everyday with a cotton pad, on my face and anywhere that needs it. I already bought a massive bottle (437ml) from iHerb that I hauled in April and it even cheaper.
Re-Purchase? Yeah, from iHerb though.

BeautyCareCo - Eye Makeup Remover Pads - $2.00AUD
You can only buy these in store and I'm pretty sure they're 2 bucks. They are quite a good size and it tells you the diameter of size on the packaging, it kind of stings a bit when you are carelessly rubbing it over your eye but it's pretty good at removing mascara and eyeshadow.
Re-Purchase? For Travel Use, yes.

BeautyCareCo - Nail Polish Remover Pads - $2.50AUD?
Even for a quick fix they aren't as good as just buying a bottle and getting some cotton pads. They're super thin and although it smells like lollies a bit I am gonna stick to the good ole nail polish remover bottle.
Re-Purchase? No.

Batiste - Dry Shampoo in Blush (200ml) - $9.99AUD
Finished this product ages ago and I've moved onto the Lush No Drought Shampoo, this was good when I used it. Smelt nice, did the job, it's a bit pricey though and it doesn't last very long.
Re-Purchase? I don't think so, I don't think it's CF.

ELF - Essential Wet Gloss Lash & Brow Clear Mascara (Crystal) - $1.99AUD
Besides the smell after awhile that was only brought to my attention because of my friend is weird and sniffed it but it is pretty good and the price is great, I haven't tried the essence one but apparently this is better than Essence.
Re-Purchase? Yes, forever.

ELF - Studio Lengthening & Volumizing Mascara - $8.00AUD
It is a pretty small tube of mascara for the price (it's originally meant to be $3 but Australia jacks up the prices), it worked pretty good it made my lashes separate and long but it kind of dries out/runs out quickly. 
Re-Purchase? Yeah if I can get it for $3 

Essence - Match2Cover! Cream Concealer- $4.50AUD
I've used this concealer for a year and I have repurchased it like 3 times because it's a good concealer and it's pretty cheap. I haven't purchased any other concealers since so someone recommend me something good & CF?
Re-Purchase? Already done.

Ecopure - Body Butter in Shea Butter - $??? (discontinued I believe)
I got this for christmas a year or two ago and it took me forever to even use it because I feel body butters arent for everyday use. Long story short I didn't even finish this and it is expired and gave me a reaction everytime I used it.
Re-Purchase? Nope

Original Source - Lemon and Tea Tree Shower Gel (250ml) - $3.39AUD (not shown)
Original Source is the shower gels I always use, it sucks how the smell doesn't stay on my skin but they're really refreshing and gets me clean. They're super good for pimples too, especially the Tea Tree ones.
Re-Purchase? Not now, but probably in the future.

CRUELTY-FREE 101: How To Help Animals

This is my one year blog anniversary! I can't believe I made my blog a year ago and my first post was on the 13th of September. Thank you so much to everyone who has followed me from the beginning or just started following me I can't believe over 100 people read what I write? I didn't want to make a big deal out of this so this is a scheduled post (one of my favorites) so I hope you like reading it and share it around. 

Besides doing a great deed and to some, a hard one - going cruelty-free; there are many other ways to help out our animal friends. I will start of with some really easy, free ways of helping out and a few life changes and some charitable actions.

I probably sign around 70 petitions a week because I get flooded with petition emails for multiple causes, not just animal welfare but politics and other issues. Not only is it free but it can actually help change something (e.g. a law, a outcome, someone's life etc) and just by doing that little bit and sharing it for your friends to help out, it can do some serious good.

I am not crazy. There is actually a website ( were you click a button (FOR FREE) and with a certain amount of clicks it helps go towards bowls of food for animals in shelters. Although it only applies in the US, we are about helping all animals no matter where they're from so..
NOTE: I just realised all of their other little sections for things such as 'rainforests' & 'autism' have the button too, so bookmark this and do it daily!

Study your charities and see which one is suited for the causes you'd like to support and make sure they are legit and genuine, and see where your money is actually going. Donating money to organisations can help them fund food, shelter, medical care but the charities would have a page talking about what your money goes towards.

Well-known Charities: 

Whether you pledge to Choose Cage-Free just to start you off, or take another step by going Cruelty-Free if you aren't already (might seem super daunting at first, but it's worth it), then go vegetarian and then vegan, its really up to you. I was on and off vegetarian for years when I was really young but became very serious in  end of 2012 and haven't looked back and have been CF and Vegetarian since then. I am waiting until I am 18 to attempt to go vegan because my parents are really against it right now.

An even bigger life change - Adopting a animal. Please adopt animals from your local shelter or whatever animal that is in need instead of pet stores (most of the time they are from puppy farms, don't know what that is? Search it up). Or a breeder, it is a lot better rescuing an animal instead of spending high hundreds, to pretty much thousands of dollars when you can save a dog, cat or bunny in need of love and care with the desexing and shots all covered (most of the time), for a quite reasonable price.

Check out RSPCA Puppy and Dog Buyer's Guide

Comment below if you do any of these or have any others tips to help out! Even share this post to your friends and family to see how they can help. 


Happy Hump Day. Decided to make a new series of monthly posts on Goals I'd like to achieve within that month, I will probably stick to a good number of 3.

1. Stop Eating Junk
For some reason my parents bought like 6 boxes of Shapes, although they are delicious they have a ridiculous amount of Kilojoules and they probably aren't good for my skin either and also I have stopped eating them for other reasons. I wanna start eating healthy and stop eating shit because I really have to try and minimize the amount of acne I have. I feel my skin is both hormonal and health so.

2. Stop Spending excessive amounts of Money
I have a job so I am not like dying for money, its just I don't get a lot of money weekly (very blessed it's good compare to other people). I need to start saving for Schoolies for the end of next year and obviously just the basic needs and wants of a teenager girl you feel? #alsoneedtosaveforTAFE

3. Get my Hours UP
Guess who got their learners? THIS GIRL. I turned 16 in March but I felt confident in August and got 91% and finished it in five minutes so I am pretty happy with that. I just hope I can actually go out and start learning how to drive but I just have a bunch of homework and I got work so I am aiming for... 5 hours? Is that a realistic goal for a person who has never driven before? hahahaaa probably not