Pamper Uniform: The F&F Dressing Gown

Made From Beauty Tesco F&F Signature Floral Watercolour Print Satin Lounge Kimono

Sunday mornings have become a bit of a pampering time for me. I usually do a face mask, paint my nails, and take on the mammoth task of washing, drying and styling my hair.

Sunday’s were made for lounging about in your pajamas but when those pajamas normally consist of years old sweatpants and a ratty t-shirt, it can be hard to feel your best knocking around the house. So I was on the hunt for a dressing gown that I could pop on during these pamper seasons to really get into the mood for feeling lovely.

I also wanted something lighter, as my big cosy dressing gown I recently brought from Primark (and chatted all about in this post – I love my pyjamas clearly), gets a little too much when I’m trying to fight my hair into some sort of smooth(ish) style. View Post

Photo Diary: Under The Tree


I just wanted to jump on here and wish all my readers a happy new year!

2015 has gone by in a blur, lots of things have changed, with lots more to come! There will be a few posts over the next week looking back at Made From Beauty’s first year, a few events I’ve been to and my favourite products that have seen me through this year of blogging. View Post

Photo Diary: Christmas Tree Tour

Things have got seriously Christmasy in our flat recently. Although Josh isn’t the biggest Christmas fan, I love putting the tree up and getting all festive!

When we moved into our flat last year we decided to go down the real tree route and we’ve done the same this year. There’s something so special about a real tree, it fills the room with pine fragrance and really creates a lovely atmosphere. View Post

The Cosiest Thing I’ve Brought in a Long Time

DSC_0020What could be more cosy on a Monday morning than a snuggly dressing gown? Today I thought I’d share with you a recent purchase that’s been making the chilly mornings more bearable.

This huge, fluffy number is a recent purchase from Primark, so if you like it you might have to move quickly before its snapped up by the droves of shoppers attacking our highstreets before Christmas. View Post