Monday, February 29, 2016

London Fashion Weekend 2016: Catwalks + #LookOfTheDay

The past weekend London, the fashion capital of the world, was buzzing and I made it my mission not to miss a chance to be part of it. Last year, I headed over to London Fashion Weekend 2015 for the House of Holland catwalk and we left feeling inspired by all trends we saw and all the shopping we did. This year, we attended both Spring/Summer 2016 catwalks; designer and trends, and everything looked so amazing that I would have no problem in wearing everything right from the catwalk. The day started early and had tons of fashion inspiration in store for us. 

Designer Catwalk: Temperley London

To be honest at first I was more excited for the trend catwalk  that would later follow but I was honestly left rather impressed with how beautiful everything from the Temperley London collection looked. Alice, the designer, made the spring/summer collection wearable enough; the main highlights in my opinion were the bohemian airy dresses, loose cut pants and various prints that exuded a Mediterranean vibe and were simply summer chic. To complete every look, models sported lace up sandals which were big last summer but will be back strong this year once again and hats with their hair tied back, trend alert spotted?

Trend Catwalk: 4 Spring/Summer 2016 Trends

Bootanicals are back and were all over the catwalk. It's a given that florals pretty much go hand in hand with spring/summer (and to be honest I have no problem wearing flowers through autumn and winter too, see here) but this year they are bigger than ever. Patterned tops and bottoms made their way down the catwalk graciously and got me in the mood of adding a bit of English countryside into my Spring wardrobe pronto.

Americana, inspired by North America style as the name suggests, will be hot this season! Red, white and blue stripes as well as varsity jackets, sparkles and a country vibe are safe bets when trying out this trend. In short, the bolder the cut the better! The catwalk saw a lot of fringes, leather and denim; 3 of my favourite things for spring/summer. 

I made it my mission to wear more colour this year so I was glad to see Pop Art come up too. Clearly, the concept here was bright and bold colours. It's true what they say, colour is the new black and avoiding clashing colours is a thing to be left in the past. I personally can't wait to give this trend a try and mix a few colours I wouldn't dare of putting together before.  

And finally, New Romance which can be defined in 3 words, lots of lace. This last trend was an absolute dream to watch on the catwalk, the designs were delicate and feminine but not too girly, and illustrated pure elegance. All looks were great for warm-weather and softer shades and sexy cuts are what I will be looking for to make this trend work. 

Dungarees: New Look (here) // Ankle Boots: New Look (old) // Handbag: Michael Kors
For the day I chose a comfortable yet stylish look and as soon as I saw these dungarees I knew they were perfect. The air was chilly so I paired them with a grey turtle-neck and boots (with extra thick socks) to keep me warm. I didn't think much of the bag I was taking, all I wanted was something I could fit my camera in and this MK one did the job exceptionally well. I have more shots from the weekend on my instagram (@pamella_scalfi) so make sure you follow me there too!

Goodie Bag
This wraps up this super long post, so if you made it to the end give yourself a pat on the back! I hope you liked seeing the latest S/S 2016 trends and collections and let me know below which trend is your favourite!

Thanks for reading beauties and wishing everyone a nice week ahead!



Friday, February 26, 2016

10 Cringe-Worth Make-Up Crimes We ALL Committed in Our Teen Years

Oh my word, anybody else felt like this week dragged on for sooo long?! This is why I am very glad to say Happy Friday! The weather has been pretty good here in the UK these past few days, and by good I mean sunny but freezing - I will take sunny over raining any day. And with the good weather in mind, and the fact that Friday has finally arrived (thank you Jesus) I wanted today's post to be different and a little more fun. I had lots of fun putting together Beauty Things I am Terrible At and you guys seem to have enjoyed it a lot too, so here's a sequel. This time I'm referring to those beauty trends aka beauty crimes we all committed in the early 2000's. Needless to say, they really weren't our finest moments but we have moved past them (she said hopefully) and now we can all laugh about it. 

1. Wrong Foundation Shade

Who's guilty of this one? *slowly raises hand*. I remember my mum having a go at me because I wouldn't let her help me pick the correct shade which meant going for an awful shade of foundation that either made my face two shades darker than my neck (for that Essex fake tan look) or as pale as a ghost. Often, people compared me to snow white so you can only imagine how bad it was. 

2. GlitterEverywhere

Surely I can't be the only one who used glitter in basically everything! I'm talking about glittery eyeshadow for daytime and glittery lip gloss, glitter body lotion and body mist, glitter blush and bronzer and best of all glitter nail polish that one could simply NOT remove no matter how much acetone one used. I really thought I was right on trend but now that I look back at high school pictures (which are all safely put away) I ask myself, what the hell was I thinking!

3. Racoon Eyeliner

I went through a dark phase in my early teens and eyeliner was a must to complete my edgy look. Once again, mum would complain about how horrendous those dark rings looked around my eyes, but I was rebelling and I thought I looked cool no matter what. Traumatised by later realising how stupid I looked, eyeliner nowadays is one of my least favourite make-up items. True story. 

4. Overdone Fake Tan

I've talked about fake tanning before and how I am terrible at it so this isn't applicable to me per se but pretty much all girls in my Year 10 class looked like oompa loompas. Being very liberal with the fake tan and bronzer was not a good look for anybody.

5.  Too MUCH Lip Gloss

Today, I pretty much despise lip gloss and it all started during my teenage years when I used way, way too much of the stuff. Not content with one single layer, I would keep applying more and more until it felt almost unbearably sticky. Worse yet, you’d go through all the trouble only for you to end up licking it all off in an hour tops. I also had many different shades of lip glosses that at end of the day, all looked kinda the same once I put them on anyway. Waste of money and I was most certainly not "poppin'".

6. Very Long Fake Nails

I do find some nail designs pretty and if done right, very tasteful but in those days the longer your nails were, the better! Not only was it impossible to do anything with them (I could barely pick up a pen!), in a few days one would fall off so you’d end up rocking odd looking nails for days before you could get back to the salon, or you’d use some dodgy glue which meant fake nails glued on forever!

7. Lipliner WAY Darker Than Your Lipstick

Whoever thought wearing a darker liner than your lipstick looked good was seriously mistaken!  In my opinion, it is one of the ugliest make-up trends as the contrast is simply hideous. Thankfully, Kylie Jenner taught us a thing or two when it comes to lipliner.

8. Spider Leg Mascara

I didn't even realise you could apply mascara in a way that your lashes didn't end up looking like spider legs. Spider leg mascara is a result of applying way too much mascara (you see a trend here, we all applying too much of everything!) or waiting until the first coat was dry to layer more product on top. All I know is that when it came to applying mascara, it was hard enough  not to get it all over my face. 

9. Partly Straightening Hair

How obsessed were we with straight hair?! Problem is nobody had the time to actually do the entire thing! So in high school I figured that if I couldn't see the back of my head in the mirror, I didn't have to straighten it  and no one would see it either. How very wrong was I! 

10. Over-Plucking Eyebrows

And last but certainly not least, the biggest beauty trend gone wrong in the history of beauty! I've talked about my mini brows during teen years before and I'm sure I'm not alone.  Over plucking your eyebrows into the shape of sperms or shaving them off entirely and drawing new ones on was not a good look. Mine have somewhat recovered and I sincerely hope yours have too.

Guilty of any of these? Let me know below!
Thanks for reading beauties and have a nice weekend ahead!



Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Urban Decay Sheer Revolution Lipstick in Shade Liar

When it comes to lipsticks, I usually stick to what I know and that is drugstore and a little bit of MAC. But, when I ran my birthday giveaway I wanted to get something my readers would really enjoy so I of course went with Urban Decay after having tried a few lipsticks samples here and there. If you are a regular reader, you will know of my love for all things Urban Decay. Needless to say, everything I have tried from them has not let me down and I have some found some really great make-up staples I won't be letting go anytime soon (see my UD favourites here, the Gwen Stefani collection here and here). With this in mind I thought I'd get 2 lipsticks, 1 for my lucky reader (Congrats again Dani) and for myself, and I am so glad I did!

The Urban Decay Sheer Revolution Lipsticks (2.8g) launched in Spring 2015 with 10 permanent shades that combine the best of their usual Revolution Lipstick but in a sheer formula. Urban Decay claims every shade to be rich, creamy and give a gorgeous, high-shine finish. The formula contains their pigment infusion system, maxi lip and a blend of Shea Butter, jojoba, olive and babassu oils, as well as vitamins C and E, all put together in one bullet to make our lips more hydrated and shiny. 

In theory, these may sound similar to Revlon's ColorBurst Lip butters, but they are far from it. I am huge fan of lip balm like lipsticks (see my Chanel Rouge Coco Shine Hydrating Sheer Lipshine review here) but this is above your tradition tinted lip balm when it comes to pigmentation and lasting power. Unlike the traditional bullet, this lipstick isn't as pigmented, but colour payoff is rather impressive given its super creamy texture. I have worn mine comfortably for around 4-5 hours and I find that this thinner formula wears rather well for hours on end. 

Now onto the shade I chose, Liar is described as a "sheer pinky-brown nude". It has a hint of rose and light shine whilst being a muted, medium brown. As I said, I can get 4-5 hours of wear and despite its extensive list of moisturising ingredients, it is little hydrating but not drying either so I can't really complain. It's similar to Pink Truffle from Revlon (which I linked above) if you like the sound of this but want a cheaper/less pigmented version. 

Albeit, this is part of their spring collection, hydration is what I look for during the winter months. I've been wearing it almost every day since and I definitely see myself purchasing a few more shades. The Urban Decay Sheer Revolution Lipsticks retail for £15.50 which is the same as a MAC lipstick, so not too overly priced.

What do you think of the shade I picked? Let me know below!
Thanks for reading beauties and and don’t forget to enter my Giveaway here!



Monday, February 22, 2016

Gym-Proof Make-Up With 7 Sweat-Proof Products

Make-up and exercise are two of those things you never really put together as they are far from a match made in heaven. Having said that, with a crazy amount of products available in the market today, all designed with game-changing and innovative formulas there is no need to exercise and not look good at the same time. If you feel comfortable in doing so without a drop of foundation, then good for you! I really wish I had the same confidence as you. But truth be told, I rarely hit the gym barefaced as I simply don’t feel comfortable in doing that and that is why I've tried my fair share of products and I can vouch for what really works. From budge-proof mascara to a very long lasting base, these make-up products I'm about to share my opinion on have been put to the test and have stayed put through sweat, tears and pretty much anything else gym related. I'm not talking about doing a full face of make-up here, but a little something here and there never hurt nobody.

L'Oreal Paris Infallible Matte Foundation | £7.99
This foundation was fully reviewed here before and it is by far my favourite choice when exercising. It gives me full and matte coverage and doesn't look cakey or patchy after a few hours of sweating. It is waterproof and steamproof which is not only great for rainy days but also amazing for when you’re kicking butt at the gym. I find it to be a breathable foundation despite being heavy coverage. 

L'Oreal Paris Infallible Powder Compact | £4.99
I've used this wet as a foundation and dry on top of the Infallible foundation and together they are invincible. It sets foundation, concealer and pretty much anything else extremely well, doesn't look cakey or like I overdid it. I love how it gets rid of any shine on my t-zone and gives my skin a flawless non-makeup finish. 

L'Oreal Paris Infallible Fixing Mist | £7.99
This range is really kicking ass and I promise I'm not being paid to write all this, I genuinely love this trio. The first ever finishing spray by L’Oreal is anti-melt, anti-fade and anti-crack; what more could you want?! Despite having loads of white powder chunks sprayed out the first time I used it, after shaking it well, it kept everything in its place with no creasing or fading. This is a refreshing mist that I am happy to use instead of the Urban Decay All Nighter which costs a lot more. 

Anastasia Beverly Hills Dip Brow Pomade | £15
Wiping out your brows is simply not possible with this little beauty. I'm sure you've heard tons about this product so I will keep it short; it’s smooth, pigmented and waterproof aka everything you need to up your brow game and make sure they stay put through sweat.

Maybelline Lash Sensational Waterproof Mascara |£7.99
It’s no secret I love this mascara, original and waterproof (and even I compared the two here). This mascara not only delivers defined and volumized lashes, it also does not clump, flake or smudge. Maybelline does not mess around when they say this stuff is waterproof, it really is not! You will need a good oil-based make-up remover to remove it completely; whether you’re going for a swim or taking a spinning class, this will be your best friend!

NickaK 24H Waterproof Eyeliner | $5.99
A newer addition to my make-up stash and I'm already loving it. The colour payoff is dramatic and intense; its waterproof formula makes it budge-proof and despite being brown, when added to my upper lash line the result is even more volumized lashes.

Jo Malone Vitamin E Lip Conditioner | £23
Air conditioning is my worst enemy when it comes to dry lips. I'm not one for wearing lipsticks to the gym, but a lip balm is essential and this is perfect! This softens, smoothes and cares for my dry lips and vitamin E helps defend them from damaging effects of the gym environment. Its price tag isn’t pretty but I find it well worth the rather expensive price for a lip balm.

Do you have any products you swear by when hitting the gym? Let me know below! 
Thanks for reading beauties, wishing everyone a great week ahead and don’t forget to enter my Giveaway here!



Friday, February 19, 2016

Our Big Day: Wedding Inspiration Board

As each day goes by, we got closer and closer to our wedding date. That's right, we have FINALLY settled on a date and all will be soon revealed as we still have to work out invitations and a few others bits and bobs before letting the whole world know. What I can say is that we will be getting married in April 2017! I know technically April means beginning of spring, but in my head I'm planning a winter wedding more than anything else. Truth be told, I've always dreamed of a white wedding and despite chances of having snow in April being very slim to none, it will still be chilly out! With this in mind, I'm thinking cosy ambiance, lights and flowers and pretty much anything rustic/wonderland related. I confess I've been already stressing out a little but nothing major. Finding the venue was tough, have you seen the prices in London?! But we finally found a place that we both really like and despite being smaller than what I had always dreamed of when I was little (yes I wanted a castle but ain't nobody got money for that), with all the decor and set ups, it will be like our own little piece of haven. Here's a few inspirations (all from Pinterest of course), because where would I be without Pinterest?!

Hope you guys like this shorter post today. This week has been nothing but hectic but thank GOD it's Friday! Let me know if you've got any wedding tips for me and what your thoughts are on the themes I've chosen! Thanks for reading beauties and have a nice weekend ahead!



Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Veeda 100% Natural Cotton Feminine Care + Giveaway

Yes, I've talked about Veeda before (here) and if you read that post you will remember how impressed and much more well informed I was after trying their products out as well as learning how harmful and full of nasty chemicals our usual tampons and pads can be. With the lack of supply for natural products like these with a friendly price tag, Veeda took into account all health risks of synthetic feminine products and set out to change the market and I am so glad they did. Little did I know that products like these actually existed and ever since working with them first time round, I made the switch from my usual brand and I have not looked back since.

Veeda provides everything you need during those couple of days of every month; comfort, protection and the guarantee that their products are 100% natural. It is truly upsetting knowing that leading brands are not disclosing what their products are made of because they simply don't have to as determined by the law. I really hope this changes in the future because every woman deserves to be free from products that contain dioxins from the bleached cotton, pesticide and herbicide residues, synthetic chemicals, artificial fragrances, and dyes. And that is why I am talking about these products again, this a serious matter and I am all about raising awareness (read previous post here where I talk more about Toxic shock syndrome, TSS). Plus I've recently become their brand ambassador and I couldn't be happier!

If providing natural products that we can trust wasn't enough, earlier this year they were also a proud sponsor of the Golden Globes gift bags, celebrating beauty, health and worth of all women. By doing this, Veeda showed their support to a diverse group of women who exemplify outstanding achievement in their field, a commitment to being true to themselves, and a devotion to their communities. Clearly, Veeda is all about girl power (despite being created by two guys) and standing up to women's worth, and I couldn't be happier about this collaboration. I genuinely love what this brand stands for and how affordable and accessible their products are with prices starting at only £1.85 at Boots.

With this in mind, we have teamed up to gift one lucky UK reader with 2 amazing prizes: a 6 month supply of Veeda products as well as a £30 Boots voucher to be spent on anything! It’s simple to enter, and easy to win! You must complete the following mandatory steps in the Rafflecopter widget below: Visit and Like both Veeda UK & Pam Scalfi on Facebook and leave your email addressThere are ways to increase your chances, they are optional but highly encouraged; the more entries you complete the more likely you will win!

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– One winner will be chosen at random via Rafflecopter, and the lucky winner will win a 6 month supply of Veeda products + a £30 Boots voucher.
– There is no purchase necessary to enter this giveaway.
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Thanks for reading beauties and best of luck!


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Monday, February 15, 2016

Estée Lauder Double Wear Foundation: Oily Skin's Best Friend?

I may have an addiction when it comes to foundations as I am always looking for the next one to purchase even though I have bottles upon bottles of the stuff from various brands sitting on my dressing table. But one foundation that is widely hyped in the blogging world and one I had yet to try is the Estée Lauder Double Wear Foundation, best know for its lasting power and amazing coverage. I've had this on my radar for months but its hefty price tag and lack of pump were amongst the things that were always putting me off. However, I recently realised I had over £30 in Boots points so I finally took the plunge and splurged them all on this beauty and I am so glad I did. In short, it has become my go-to foundation when I want great coverage and longevity.

For years, my favourite premium foundation has been the Urban Decay Naked Skin and quite frankly I never thought another would top it. But ,when the nice counter assistant matched me to shade 1N2 Ecru and showed me how well only a few drops covered my entire face, I was in love. 1N2 has neutral undertones, despite my skin always being matched to warm toned foundations, and I can honestly say I've never experienced such a perfect match before. I am so glad I got my skin matched before purchasing it because if I had chosen the shade by myself I would have gone for something warmer and that would have been a big mistake and waste of money. There are almost 30 shades to choose from, from cool tones, to warm and neutral shades so make sure you get matched up.

I mentioned how little product it takes to give me full coverage, and I really mean it. With this, less is definitely more; it even covers my dark circles well which in turn makes me use less of my expensive concealer...massive win! And even though coverage is full from the first application, I don't feel like it cakes nor looks too unnatural. I like applying it with a damp sponge, finishing off with my trusty RT buffing brush for that natural look ideal for daytime.

And whilst coverage is great, my favourite part has to be how long it lasts on my combination/oily skin. Admittedly, I haven't worn it for 15 hours (the claimed lasting power) but I can honestly say that unlike other foundations I have, this does not leave behind a horrible oily t-zone and a patchy finish after 10 hours of work. In fact, it does not oxidise on my skin throughout the day, doesn't sit on fine lines around my lips nor does it transfer onto my clothes.Yes, it is a somewhat heavy finish foundation but it feels incredibly lightweight on my skin.

Now I wish my review would end there but sadly this does have a few negatives too. Firstly, it has no pump and that is really annoying especially for the price you pay for it. High end make-up brands (yes I am looking at you too MAC) really need to stop being stingy and just provide us with pumps already instead of getting us to purchase it separately. Pumps save time and product, and doesn't leave the bottle looking like a hot mess after a few uses; refer to picture above.

Additionally, despite having combination skin I do suffer from dry patches around my chin and I am afraid this highlights them quite a bit. With this in mind, I have to remind myself that if I want to use this I need to exfoliate, moisturise and prime well before application. 

All in all, I am glad I finally got my hands on this foundation. At first I wasn't sure if I should have blown all my points on it, but the more I use it the more I fall for it. It is not a perfect foundation but it comes pretty close to that. The longevity for oily skin and coverage outweigh its lack of pump and non-matte finish and I can honestly say that I would happily repurchase this making it very much worth the hype in my opinion.

The Estée Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Foundation retails for £30, has SPF 10 and comes in 30 or so shades so you are definitely bound to find your match.

Have you tried this? Let me know what your thoughts are below!
Thanks for reading beauties and wishing you a nice week ahead!



Friday, February 12, 2016

Blog Anniversary: 1 Year of PamScalfi.Com

1 year ago today I hit the Publish button for the very first time and I couldn't have made a better decision. Bored out of my mind because all I did was work, on a bright sunny Saturday I remember sitting in my room and thinking what if I just went for it. I had been following a few bloggers for quite some time and loved spending hours reading all the good content that is out there. With tons of encouragement from my family and fiance, I spent that first weekend creating my very first posts: Nail Lacquer Dior Tie & Dye 858: Worth the Splurge? & 10 DIY Valentine's Day Gift Ideas, which then led to the beginning of an exciting new chapter in my life. Blogging has become dream come true for me (as cheesy as that may sound), every Monday, Wednesday and Friday I still get butterflies when my posts go live and what an awesome feeling that is. 

Admittedly, my first couple of posts consisted mainly of products' reviews and lifestyle ideas, mostly because I had zero confidence in exposing myself in a more personal way. I would always write a new post with photos of myself sporting a new outfit, but it would sit as a draft and a draft only for weeks, because I couldn't bring myself to publishing it. I genuinely thought nobody was going to want to see photos of an average looking girl, who looked far different than how the media portrayed perfect women to be. I am so glad I followed my gut and pushed the “Publish” button anyway as outfit posts are the kind of content I enjoy the most to create and fashion has become such a huge part of my life. 

Today, I am proud to call myself a Beauty & Fashion Blogger and I am extremely overjoyed for everything the blog has achieved in just 12 months. Improvement in photo and content quality is noticeable if you take a look at my older posts, but instead of going back and revamping them up, I like them to be like that. They tell a story, a growth journey and this way, I can call my blog my diary. All the comments, the love, the opportunities, make me believe that nothing is impossible if you really set your mind to it. 

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Wishing you all a great weekend ahead and a lovely Valentine's day spent with your loved ones!



Wednesday, February 10, 2016

S/S 2016 Trends: Rose Quartz And Serenity: The Pantone Colours of 2016

Call me optimist, but here I am bringing spring a tad earlier this year. When I think of spring, I think of pretty pastel shades that are perfect to spruce up our spring wardrobe; who doesn't like to dress up in candy colours that look good enough to eat?! And despite being a few months away from spring just yet, pastel blues, pinks and even yellows are having a major moment in fashion already and I think we can thank Pantone (authority for all things colour) for that.

We leave behind the rich tones of 2015’s Marsala and for the first time Pantone welcomes two shades as the Pantone Colour of the Year 2016Rose Quartz and Serenity. This is for sure a softer take on colour as joined together these shades establish an essential balance. The mix of a ‘warmer embracing rose’ and the ‘cooler tranquil blue’ reflects connection and wellness as well as a soothing sense of order and peace according to Pantone, and I couldn't agree more. 

Rose Quartz is an influential yet soft tone that expresses sympathy and a sense of tranquillity. As seen all over the catwalks for Spring/Summer 2016, this can be implemented in both fashion and beauty. Try this gentle tone on cheeks for a flushed finish or with pinky accessories to finish off an outfit. 

Serenity - inspired by the blue skies- is light and vivacious and the perfect antidote to modern day stresses bringing feelings of relief and relaxation. Believe it or not, blue eyeshadow is making a comeback and whilst I wasn't sure at first, seeing it on so many models has made the colour grow on me. Blue pastel nails are also here to stay and that is one trend I can get on board with.

Woolen Coat*: here // Striped Crochet Jumper: George at Asda (here) // Boyfriend Jeans: Matalan (here)
Rose Gold Trainers: Superga (here) // Bag: Matalan (old) // Sunglasses*: Firmoo (here)
For this look, I wanted to implement the best of both worlds to achieve a fun and comforting look that can work just as well for the end of winter as take me right through spring. I don’t have many Rose Quartz items in my wardrobe, but an oversized pink coat and rose gold shoes are close enough and really proves you don’t need brand new items to make this (or any!) trend work. Additionally, what could be closer to Serenity than light wash jeans and a blue stripy top?! Don’t forget the lace bit there because you know I am all about the lace (no pun intended) and also the sunglasses which are so affordable yet so great!

What do you think of these shades together? Are you excited for Spring? Let me know below!
Thanks for reading beauties!


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