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Sophia Soraya Make up - REVIEW

As a beauty blogger and a LOVER of beauty products, choosing my make- up artist for my wedding wasn't going to be easy.
I searched for months as I knew what I wanted but just needed to find that person who just KNEW the look I wanted to go for.
It was like fate, as Sophia doesn't live too far away from me. I described how I wanted the works, heavy make up, super glam, high up do. She was THE ONE!

This is the look we had settled for on my trial. Sophia is so sweet, she tried different looks on me and was very patient. 

We made a few changes on the actual day which is always bound to happen once you've got the real wedding outfit on. I absolutely LOVED the vintage hair do in my trial, but I wanted to go simpler. You cannot go wrong with a simpler look, it's timeless. I decided on a centre parting instead. 

I told Sophia I wanted a classic look, Pakistani look. Heavy make up, very big on the eyes. I told her I loved the Mughal/Jodha Akbhar/ Umrao Jaan type of look. Everything I asked of her, she did. If she thought something didn't look good, she spoke up. Which I loved!
I've heard a few girls tell me about their awful experiences with certain make up artists, giving them time frames, adding extra costs for last minute things on the morning. You don't need that stress on your special day. My Videographer was asking Sophia to hold her poses and she didn't mind at all. Put me at ease completely. 
Sophia doesn't charge stupidly high prices either. She's worth checking out. 
Thank you so much Sophia. You're an absolute star!

 I am a big fan of Sophia's work. I hope you all add her to Instagram " Sophiamakeupartist "and check her work out. 

She's getting herself onto YouTube soon too. Keep an eye out :)

Lotsa love Leesh of UnLeeshd x x x

Mrs UnLeeshd.

Super cheesy, I know I know! haha I'M BACK!! On my blogging game again. 
Quick evaluation of the last few months. 
I got married nearly 14 weeks ago. I can't believe it's been 14 weeks.. I've had a lovely long break, visited Singapore & Bali (AMAZING!), gone back to work, rested.. 
So here I am, ready to blog away for you all as, MRS UnLeeshd.
This is just me, telling you guys that I am back, ready and raring to go with my posts. 

Thank you all for the support for the last 3 years, I appreciate you all. I appreciate the friends I've made through blogging too.. You've all been so supportive over the years, ESPECIALLY this year. Love you!

Enough of the soppy stuff.. "Bigger Lips without the Fillers".. COMING SOON!

Tom Ford - Violet Fatale

I will see you guys very soon! 
Positive Vibes, always. 
Lotsa love Leesh of UnLeeshd x x x

Natural tan removing scrub - Some news!

Happy Saturday my dollies!
I wrote a little status on Facebook & Twitter recently about a natural scrub i'd conjured up at home. I gave it a go for a few weeks and here I am to disclose the info :D

Found on my facebook page, love it!
So, for some reason when then sun's out, my forearms are the only place that tan, I wouldn't care so much if I was covered from head to toe but as it's on my forearms only, My arms look ridiculous.
I get super self conscious as my arms become super super dark compared to the rest of my body.
They say Turmeric is brilliant for removing a tan and brightening the skin.
NOTE: This is NOT a skin lightener. It merely removes the dead skin cells bringing out your NATURAL skin tone again.
Ingredients are so simple.
3 tablespoons granulated Sugar
1 tablespoon Coconut Oil ( Almond would be great too)
1/2 teaspoon of Turmeric (haldi)
I mixed it all up, so it was a nice thick paste.
If your paste isn't thick, just add more sugar.
It can get real messy, so I did this before I had a shower. Stand in the bath or shower and scrub the areas you want to put it on. I personally wouldn't advise putting it on your face but that can be your own decision.
I washed it off with luke warm water. Your skin will feel super soft due to the coconut oil, after doing it once or twice a week for a month or two, you will see such a difference.
I would also use an old towel to dry it off with as the turmeric doesn't come off completely in the shower.
Perfect timing, as my Big Fat Indian Wedding prep is about to start.
I won't be blogging now for a couple months. Keep in touch with me through Instagram & Twitter @UnLeeshd
I will miss blogging but I WILL be back :)
Thank you for all of your lovely messages of support and well wishes for the wedding. I have a lot of love for you all.
See you all very soon, just call me MRS UNLEESHD :) x x x