Collaboration with Case App

This is a super exciting post to write because this is the first time I have EVER collaborated with a brand for content.

As you can tell by the title I have been working with Case App for this collab where I received a personalised iPhone case and a personalised laptop skin.

I was so pleased when Caseapp reached out to me to create and review a custom phone case and laptop skin. I recently got a Mac so this was perfect timing.

The process for this is really simple and customisation is easy. Once you are on the Caseapp website, you just select whether you want to design a laptop skin or phone case then select the model of the item then use the drag and drop tool.

Phone cases start at £19 for a glossy case or £22 for a matte case, laptop skins are also £22. For me I thought this was a little bit pricey but when the products arrived I was SO impressed by the quality. I opted for the matte phone case and it is a really tough hard plastic. You can tell the Case is sturdy and well made but also has a really nice feel to it too. I am also really impressed with the quality of the laptop sticker too. It was a thicker type of sticker which is goods it made it easier to put on.

Here are the patterns I picked for my case and skin. I have to say the phone case is my favourite of the two, I love it so much and am so impressed by it.

I absolutely love this sticker as well. The colours from the photo came out so well and have resulted in such a nice summery pattern.

If you are interested in ordering your own phone case or laptop skin, go to caseapp.co.uk and use the code FOREVERSIOBHAN20 for a nice 20% discount.

Siobhan x

*disclaimer: these products were sent to me for the purpose of reviewing but all opinions are honest and my own.

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Too Faced ‘Better Than Sex’ Mascara Review 

Hi everyone, in this post I am gonna be talking about the Too Faced ‘Better Than Sex’ mascara. I am not normally one to branch out and try different mascara’s. I’m pretty much a Benefit They’re Real loyal kinda gal however there is so much hype around this I was desperate to try it. My boyfriend actually got me this in a mini set from Debenhams with the Kat Von D Tattoo Liner and the box is combined so that is gonna be in some of my photos. 


I had really high hopes for this mascara partially due to all the hype surrounding it but mostly because Too Faced has become my favourite make up brand. I am OBSESSED with all their products. Everything I’ve bought has exceeded expectations and I was hoping this would be similar. 


The wand for this mascara is shaped like an hour glass so it is wider at the ends and thinner in the middle. The photo makes it look as if there is a lot of product on the wand however it applies perfectly and even to all the lashes. This creates noticeably lengthened, volumised and curled lashes. The formula also isn’t too cakey either which is good as it doesn’t clump on your lashes. 


I have really naturally light eyelashes so without mascara my lashes are pretty unnoticeable. I like mascara which has a dark, bold, black colour which makes them more visible. This formula nails the colour I’m after whilst still not being an unnatural colour. 

Other things I like about this mascara is that it automatically lifts my eyelashes and holds them pretty well. I don’t look in the mirror throughout the day and feel like I need to reapply it. You also don’t need a lot of this product either. For me, nothing is more frustrating when I’m doing my make up and have to apply like 100 coats of mascara. 


Overall this mascara is really good and definitely one of my favourites. I won’t go as far to say that I prefer it over my Benefit They’re Real mascara because that is an all time favourite. However, I can safely say that I do love this mascara and can 100% recommend it. 

Hope you enjoyed reading about this, 

Siobhan x 

Exploring Fraser Island

Hi everyone, 

I spent last weekend doing a tour of Fraser Island and it was amazing. Definitely one of my highlights of travelling so far and I just couldn’t wait to share it with you all. This island has some of the most beautiful sights I’ve ever seen on it as well as being rich with aboriginal history. 
To get to Fraser Island it was probably about 4 hours of travelling all together from Noosa. Once we got to the Island, our first stop was Lake Mackenzie, which is hands down one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen in my life. The real name of this lake is Boorangoora as the aboriginals called it. It’s a fresh water lake surrounded with pure, white sand which many people use to exfoliate their skin, hair and teeth. 



That was all the sight seeing for the first day on the Island. However, day two was really busy we visited the champagne pools, Indian head and Maheno shipwreck. 
The Champage Pools are tranquil little swimming pools among the rocks where the waves come crashing it. The rocks are filled with bubbling sea water which some compare to a jucuzzi. I didn’t quite find the water as nice as that, but it was really relaxing to have a paddle around in the water. However, the rocks are covered in slippy seaweed at the bottom so I had to put a lot of effort into not falling over as I am so clumsy. I have to say, after I came out of Lake Mackenzie I felt as if I may as well have come out of my bath whereas the champagne pools made me feel dirty all day due to the high content of salt in the water. 


Indian Head was one of the most interesting parts of the tour due to the history behind it. Indian Head got its name when Captain Cook passed it on a ship and saw many aboriginal people assembled there. The aboriginals assembled there for meetings and also as a court, that’s why Captain Cook would have seen so many there. The original name of the rock to the aboriginals was Tuckee. As we climbed to the top of the rock, we looked for sharks and dolphins but we didn’t see any which was a shame. 



The Maheno shipwreck was another interesting thing to visit on the island. At one point this ship was the fastest in the world, it was used in transporting routes between Australia and New Zealand for a long time. It was a hospital ship for New Zealand in WW1, before getting caught in a cyclone in 1935 where it ended up on Fraser Island.  


These were my highlights of my weekend in Fraser Island, it’s a beautiful place to explore and I am so lucky I have had the oppertunity to spend time there. Any trip travelling up the East Coast of Australia wouldn’t be complete without visiting here. 
Hope you all enjoyed this post,  

Siobhan x