Showing posts from November, 2020

Homemade Apple pie

I made this last year in college and I was so happy with how it turned out, so I knew I had to make it for this Autumn/Winter season. You can enjoy this with some custard or some nice warm cream. You will need a pie dish/tin Ingredients Ready made short crust pastry (or you can make your own) 300g Apples  Cinnamon  Brown Sugar to taste  Egg wash  Sugar to sprinkle on top   Method: Core, peel and cut up your apples and place then in a pan on a low heat, add in the sugar till you get a sweet enough taste then mix till it looks like apple sauce (but you still have some bits of apple). Put the pan to a side and start preparing the dough. Grease your pie dish or tin and roll out you dough and place it in the dish (make sure you have some dough leftover for the top). Spoon in you apple to your dish and sprinkle with cinnamon. Egg wash the edges and with the rest of the dough, cut them into strips and weave them on the top till you have a lattice cross top, then egg wash the top. Place in the

Autumn makeup look

It might just be me but every season I have a different makeup look, and In Autumn my makeup turns from pink and light to brows and a bit darker. The first thing I do is prime my face, Im always up to something so my makeup needs to stay on throughout the day so I use Collection Primed & ready, then I will use my Real Technic beauty blender and put on myL'OREAL true match foundation followed by my Collection Lasting Perfection concealer. Next its onto my brows and I use NYX tame & frame brow pomade and my Benefit 24 hour brow setter. For my eyeshadow I use my too faced matte chocolate chip pallet in the shade "matte creme brûlée" topped with my Morphe 35R pallet in the shade "stunning", "spirit" or "golden" all are shimmers and I think it just finishes the look. In autumn and Winter I like to put on some eyeliner so I use the E.L.F liquid liner, however I don't do winged eyeliner because I can't do it (lol). To finish off my