30 Days To Love: December

December1. Dunkin’ Donuts
A branch of Dunkin’ Donuts recently opened in my city and although I’ve had donuts from various other locations around the country I’ve only eaten in my local Dunkin’ Donuts once. The Boston Kreme donuts are my favourite and I most recently had one on the road trip my brother and I took a few weeks ago.

2. Revlon Fire & Ice Super Lustrous Lipstick
I received this lipstick on Christmas Day as part of a Revlon gift pack. Fire & Ice is described as a bold, fiery red with hints of coral and tomato and suits pretty much everyone as it incorporates both blue and yellow undertones. This shade has been around since the 1950s so is a classic in itself! I wore this lipstick on Christmas Day and Boxing Day and I’m in love with it – it’s actually my first red lipstick as I always shied away from red in the past. I’ve talked before about how much I love a bold lip and this certainly doesn’t disappoint!

3. Pavlova
One of the best things about Christmas is definitely the food and at Christmas time you can’t help but indulge in delicious desserts. Pavlova is one of my favourites and is a Kiwi tradition. Pavlova is a meringue based dessert with a crisp crust and soft and fluffy on the inside. It is then topped with whipped cream and fruit, usually strawberries and/or kiwifruit but you can use any fruit. Pavlova is similar to the British dessert Eton Mess.

I hope you enjoyed reading this little segment at the end of each month. I am undecided as to whether I will carry it on into 2015 and I’d love to hear your input. Should it stay or should it go?

Chanelle x

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