Wednesday, 23 October 2013

HOW.TO.BATHE.

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Something I spend a lot of time thinking about came up in conversation over coffee last week:
the thought of having my own bathroom all to me (even though I love you, flatmates) and being
able to have a cupboard full of far too many my beauty products, silly expensive candles and
plants.
I'm a sucker for seeing how other people do it, and the best inspiration normally comes from
Into The Gloss, where cabinets, bathrooms and bedrooms are perfectly curated with serums,
body creams and hair oil in mind. Sadly, for the foreseeable future I will have to content
myself with perving on other people's properties (on the internet, don't worry) since we all
know it's near impossible to find a flat you can afford to live in on your own in London.


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