It’s Called Black n Magic 

Myself and most of you must of tried a number of fake tans right? If your white as Casper like me and the sun is your enemy burning like a lobster fake tan is all we got to have a sun kissed glow! 
I been applying fake tan for a number of years now trying ALOT of different brands  on the high street and recommendations from friends. When it comes to tanning it’s drama from patches, grey colour, streaks and going orange! 

I came across Black Magic Tan a few months ago, I haven’t looked back I’ve used a number of their products from scrubs, tanning lotion and mouses etc.. I love it! Honestly this tan is a must try! Here’s what Sarah the Exclusive UK distributor for UK and Ireland says… 

Black Magic is a salon professional brand brought over from Australia in 2014. Using natural products and an eco certified organic range, Black Magic with chocolate, violet, brown and green undertones has the perfect solution for you. Our self tan range includes the super popular vibe mousse leave on for 1-6 hours depending on how dark you want to.

Some photos of celebrities using Black Magic

Tanya Bardsley, Jennifer Metcalfe and Danielle  Fogarty 

Jake Quickenden 


Joel Corry


You can your purchase your Black Magic Tan directly here

Twitter @BlackMagicUK_IE 

Thank you

Scott McGlynn 

Hollywood 80s/90s Actor – Interview PART 1

I recently been in contact with Paul Rawson a Hollywood Horror star  – A child actor who is probably best recognized from any B-Horror movie of the 80s & 90’s. That includes ‘Bad Dreams’ ‘Star Crystal’ & ‘Trapped Alive’.

Paul took the time out of his busy schedule to talk to me and have a Q&A…


Q: When and how did you get your acting started? I read that you were only 2 months old when you got your first job?

Paul: I was actually 2 weeks old. I played a baby in ‘Striking Back’ but they later changed the title upon release, There wasn’t much acting going on as I was a genuine baby doing what two week old babies do. Pooping and crying all day long. I still have the original script for that movie. Although I could barely open my eyes at that age, never mind read a freaking script! I wonder how much its worth ha ha.
Q: You were cast in the 1990 Horror cult classic ‘The Guardian’ from the director of ‘The Exorcist’ William Friedkin. What do you remember about the audition process? And what went wrong?
Paul: Ha. Brilliant. I was indeed. It was pretty much like every other audition process: You go meet the casting director, they call you back to see the director and/or put you on tape. If the director likes you, you might get another call back to meet them and sometimes it goes to the point where you audition with the lead actor. I remember the script being amazeballs. It was this fantasy horror film for adults about a nanny who kidnapped children and sacrificed them to the evil druids who lived in trees.
I know that sounds crap but on paper it was bloody good. I knew the director was a massive deal and I desperately wanted to get booked. In the end, I did. However – about 3 weeks into principal photography,
I became rather ill. I had very bad flu and was advised to get plenty of rest.
I wasn’t having any of it and I begged the Producers to shoot my scenes later when I was not reenacting scenes from William Friedkin’s first horror film, ‘The Exorcist’. But they couldn’t afford to wait so they basically told me to ‘do one’ ha ha. I later saw the film and was very surprised at how it turned out. It was a beautiful screenplay (all over the place) but it just didn’t transfer to film like it should have.
Q: You appeared in episodes of some popular 80s television series. Anything memorable that you can share with us about your experiences?
Paul: Sweet baby Jesus. I can hardly remember. Working on an episode for a show back then was very quick fire work. In shoot scenes, no second take, out! I only did a few TV series as I didnt find it very professional
at all. I did, ‘L.A. Firefighters’ when I was about 12 and I cannot even remember shooting any scenes. It was all so quick, business, business, business. With film its much more professional. There is a director
who wants to make the best film they can possibly make. Were as TV you get to the studio nagging to get the work done as fast and as cheaply as possible. Obviously I did ‘Scare Tactics’ which was an absolute blast.
Q: Can you tell us what its like it be a child star in Hollywood and how you managed to stay on track and not derail?
Paul: I was surrounded by good people. There are so many young folks who end up in the gutter because of their surroundings. I was lucky, I worked when I wanted to not because I needed to. I did my job and went home. Sometimes it can consume young kids when having so much attention being focused on them. I enjoyed the acting part.
There’s so much more to acting now – being in the spot light etc. I was once coming out of a kids birthday party when I was about 9 years old, It was at this restaurant in Hollywood and there were people screaming at me and trying to grab me. I was 9 and had no idea what the fuck was going on. But I ran into the street to escape them and very nearly got knocked down. Scary stuff.
Q: Have you ever turned down a part and later kicked yourself?
Paul: I’d like to say, yes! But I genuinely don’t remember turning anything down. I only read for the parts I wanted and if I was offered the part – I took it.
You can see part 2 of Paul’s interview next Monday so stayed tuned, You can find Paul on…
IMDb page  imdb Paul Rawson
Facebook Page
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Scott McGlynn


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WOW 2016



FIRSTLY I want to say a huge thank you for everyone’s support and I deeply appreciate everything x

I know 2016 has literally started but I’m so excited for what’s to come I’m working with some amazing people! When you hear “Hard work pays off” I’m a big believer in this because its happened to me!


Thank you & I love you all

Scott McGlynn





A Personal Affair!


I recently come across this company online called “A Personal Affair” and had to find our more and what their about here is what I got told by the owner of the company…

We are a luxury fashion & lifestyle, they have several contacts from across the globe to deliver exactly what you are looking for, whether it may be that limited edition items such as Richard Mille or Christian Louboutin trainers that have sold out else where!

A quote from the owner of “A Personal Affair” says we will provide exactly what you are looking for and will maintain a relationship of the highest level to help you shop in the most luxurious way – and delivered straight to your door.

Here are some of the items they stock & links…

Website –

Twitter – @apersonalaffair

Instagram – @apersonalaffair



Apple Music VS Spotify

Apple Music VS Spotify 
Firstly I like to say I’ve had both of these music providers and I thought I give a review on what I think is best, Spotify I had for 8months when I got it I was like WOW this is great (because it was new to me) after a month the ADs started to anger me! I decided to pay a monthly fee which was £9.99/$11.99 for spotify premium honestly I was enjoying it and found most the artists I enjoy on there.

BUT then a friend said to try Apple Music £9.99 monthly or £14.99 for 6 accounts!! And I’ve not looked back, it helps because I have an iPhone and iPad but the way they personalise your music, they know what I like, some UK artists I love not well known but their on there and everyday it’s a new mix just for me on what I like to listen to, By far the best mix they done was 00’s I mean take me back old school!!  This has made me amazingly HAPPY!! 

I love my music I can not live without it this is why I thought I share to you all my personal thoughts of the 2 brands! 

Apple wins! 👍🏼

Thank you for visiting 🙂

Men’s Shoes

This is me! I love wearing black trousers/jeans! These shoes are the ones! Have you heard shoes make the outfit I’m a big believer in that! 

I heard different things about men and a heel shoe (like the ladies) but it’s 2016 men and woman’s style are pretty much the same like 90% of clothes/shoes are VERY alike! 

Do you agree? 

If you know where I can get these shoes or simliar ones please comment below 
Thank you everyone! 

Blac is the new Black!


Most of you must of tried the new juice detox cleanse right?! 
This is Blac I tried for 14 days detox! What I liked most of the product it’s natural it contains Alkaline Water, activated charcoal, lime and agave nectar that’s it! 
I have to say shake well before having one unless your stuck with all the bits at the bottom of the bottle! It was very easy to drink it’s like black ‘blac’ water with a hint of lime honestly! 

How it works is you take it 30mins before going to bed (which I like taken things before bed that’s when your body gets re-energized) My advice brush you teeth after the drink then sleep! I myself did find results from detox I felt more awake, more energy and felt lighter it sounds odd but it’s true!

For more information and to purchase Blac visit Twitter @Blac_Cleanse & Instagram @Blac_Cleanse 

Thank you for visiting!

New music by Helen Fulthorpe

Hello! I had an one on one interview with Helen Fulthrope a X factor 2014 contestant! 

We spoke about her new song ashes to ashes and what 2016 holds for Helen.

Ashes to ashes is her brand new EP it was written by Kerry the wife of steps star lee latchford evans, with radio edit and dance version of the song.

She also talked about an up coming gig saying… 

I’ll be singing ashes to ashes live in Warwickshire with other songs from the album in a concert with Stevie Richie, James Graham from the sterokicks Jake Quickenden and Ray Quinn. On the 5th march details are on Helen Fulthorpe twitter page which is @HFulthorpe 

You can purchase Helens single on iTunes  now.