Jack Black : Face Moisturizer Review

 

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Firstly welcome back and thank you for all your feedback / comments / likes and shares on my last post, Hence why I’m going to tell you my other must have skin product its from “Jack Black” (Not the actor) its called Double-Duty Face Moisturizer which I’ve been using since May 2017, Have not looked back since… Guys looking for something new or girls for your partners Christmas gift? Needs a try trust me, Before I get into what I love about it so much here’s more about the product: 

 

“Ideal for daily use, this lightweight moisturizer is an advanced facial treatment product with a built in sunscreen, SPF 20.

The emollient formula visibly improves skin’s overall appearance and provides lasting hydration without oiliness or heaviness. Contains potent antioxidants and vitamins, and offers broad-spectrum UVA and UVB protection to help shield skin from premature aging due to sun exposure” 

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Like I mentioned I been using it for around 7 months now, I’m always up for trying and experimenting new products hearing about the reviews and other peoples stories I gave it ago, After cleansing the face, using serum and Solid Water Essence (Previous post) I apply this light weight moisturizer to my face, A pump and 1/2 I use and that’s enough for my face and neck, It sinks in and smells great I like have products that smell like cream which it does in a manly way.

Within seconds it’s in your skin soaked up, and smoothness after it just terrific, Specially now winter is around the corner, my skin suffers from the cold goes dry and tight this is been helping me easily, and it stays moist pretty much all day, I’m always running around doing this for The Scott McGlynn Show  8 hours later still feeling and looking good! People tend to forgot that car heating and central heating cause a lot more damage to the skin by drying out, and if your like me blasting the heaters in your car to 30 degrees. 

Also if your a shaver and use the blade along your skin, Which causes dryness, and damaging the Double-Duty Face Moisturizer will help get the oils and moisture back into your skin.

I Rate Double-Duty Face Moisturizer 5/5 

If you like to purchase see links below,

UK Get Jack Black UK 

USA Get Jack Black 

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Aaron Wise Apartments Cardiff, Wales

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The night spent at Aaron Wise Cardiff, Wales UK. 

One word WOW!! Myself and my partner got invited to spend one night at these gorgeous apartments, We were lucky to have the One Bedroom Deluxe Suite. 

 

Arriving at the apartments was very easy, I park right by the there, with 30 second walk, It was only £8 which is cheap for Cardiff central, The apartment was on the top floor, and it was stunning, modern, clean, fresh I felt like I was at home in my own apartment!

Having all the essentials there including Fridge, Toast, Bathrobes, Towels, Elemis goodies,  and even a coffee machine! ALSO one thing I was very happy about was the ICE in the freezer!

We did go about for a few drinks in the evening, the walk to town was 5-10 minutes at your on St Mary Street, Literally its just over the bridge and your there in the central, So no taxi or busses necessary.

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I slept so comfortably nothing disturbed me, I like to say “Out Like A Light” which what happened, People think staying by the city its going to be busy / noisy but honestly it wasn’t at all! I woke up forgetting where I am! The shower I wanted to take home.. It was so nice!!!! Its 3 things I look for when I stay away …

  1. Good Bed
  2. Good Shower
  3. Tea and Coffee 

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Aaron Wise Apartments derived this and much more… I highly recommend them. 

If you fancy staying you can get 10% off using my code SCOTT10 and enjoy a relaxing city break just like I did. 

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Beau Brooks Interview By Scott McGlynn

Beau Brooks part of the famous boy band

“The Janoskians” with brother’s Jai & Luke and Daniel, From 2011 the successful band has taking over on a worldwide scale! 

Meeting Beau in the UK this month, We talked band success, Pranks, Jai & Luke and his top pre-date tips… Plus lots more.

 

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Scott McGlynn: Firstly your video with The Janoskians “Real Girls Eat Cake” 10 million views on YouTube this is AMAZING!! Did you ever think it would of been major success as it has? What was your reaction finding it hit that many views?


Beau Brooks: Real Girls Eat Cake was just a really fun time in the studio, it was written really fast, everyone in the room was just adding in different thoughts and ideas and listing model names and different cakes then a trumpet player walks in… It was a party.

In our eyes “Real Girls Eat Cake” was a success as soon as we left the room and the best thing about it, It had a great message behind it! So I am very glad it reached the number of people it did, I just hope a lot of people dance to it and let there hair down!

Check it out here… The Janoskians – Real Girls Eat Cake 

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Scott: You recently was in the UK, Find anything you love about Britain and the British?

Beau: I loved filming public disturbance videos in the UK, The reactions we got in our video (“Don’t Cringe” check it out here… Don’t Cringe  are very much similar to what we get in Australia.

I feel like people don’t take them self too seriously and are able to have a good LOL laugh! I also love how multicultural the UK is as it is surrounded by Europe so ethnicity and different culture is accepted. 

Last but not least… Should have mentioned it first by the way, NANDOS!!!! I think NANDOS was almost a deal breaker for me coming back to the states.

 

Scott: Your quite the prankster these days! You know I loved the UK store video! Whats been you most memorable prank so far?


Beau: You know people call us “Pranksters” to me I feel like a prank is a well thought out and set up “prank” to trick someone into believing something is real. I don’t feel like we are pranksters.

When I go out there my objective is to get every head that is looking down at the ground or on the phone to look up and instead of being angry or sad or disappointed at society, to have a laugh. It’s great because the laughs that we get are people seeing the inner silliness through themselves, though me or the boys. Hopefully releasing some inner children =)! My favorite “PRANK” was actually when I sang “Milkshake By Kelis” on a boost stand, it was challenging but rewarding.

 

Scott: Do you constantly prank your family / friends / girlfriends? Tell me a funny story….

Beau: I can be very annoying to the people closest around me, most of the time I say or do what ever I feel. Which can be a problem!

I think my two little brothers experience me the most, If I am bored and no one is doing anything at home I will go and turn off my brothers PlayStation, or stand in front of the television and sing a really slow song. I’m starting to learn to take other people into consideration because I can be a brat sometimes. Majority of the times!

 

Scott: You worked with your brothers Jai & Luke, Out of the 3 of you, Who’s the most…


Diva – Jai! He feels comfortable ordering people around for him and for some reason people love to do it for him, I kind of envy that about him HAHA! He is such a little shit

Vain – Jai has tourette syndrome when he plays Fifa or any game of that matter! Very competitive and hot headed!

Most Spoiled – AGAIN Jai! Has always been most spoiled, especially by my grandmother because “Jai is an angel”

Morning Grump – We all take a couple of hours to really wake up, Especially Daniel!! Then we are all good for the day and the laughs start.

Most Romantic – Luke is absolutely a Prince Charming, He has done hot air balloons, sunrise hikes and he is a great photographer, So he’ll capture many great moments with who ever he is with.

The Lady’s Magnet – Me. Blessing and a curse.

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Scott: On you “YouTube” channel you’ve sung some great covers, Will we be seeing more soon?


Beau: We are actually working with a great singing coach right now.

Shout to Diomi!!!  We want to train our vocals a lot more before we get into doing things like covers. Especially live covers which is a big goal for us for 2o17! 

 

Scott : Which other YouTubers do you enjoy watching?


Beau: Honestly I would be lying if I told you I watch other YouTubers. I personally am not a subscriber to anyone, I am more of a “Where will Youtube take me next” kinda guy 🙂 

Scott: Tell me 3 facts about yourself no one knows…

Beau: Well first off no one knows them for a reason., I’m an open person so if you took the time to get to know me I’d probably tell you in the first hour of conversation. There’s a fact. That’s all you get.

 

Scott: You look after yourself always groomed and into fitness, What’s your 3 things to do before a date?


Beau: Showering is always important!! Push ups to get that pump on, also for an energy booster and fresh clothes!! I love fashion and looking fresh / clean.

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Scott: Have you ever done a prank that went terribly wrong? 

Beau: Sometimes what we do can be dangerous. Especially if we force it. If we force our “pranks” it can come across as intruding and a lot of people can be insulted by it. So we have had a number of off days where we did the opposite to what we wanted to achieve. I’d call it the “prank” gone terribly wrong.

Scott:  Are you single at the moment? What do you look for in a girl? 

Beau: Currently yes I am single. I’m not looking for anything right now, what ever happens happens.

 

Scott: Finally, Tell me your plans for Christmas / New Year?

Beau: For Christmas and New Years I’m heading back to Australia to be with my family. It’s been a year since I’ve seen them and I miss them so much.

Looking forward to a big bowl of lasagna from my Nonna and drinking wine and eating salami with my Nonno by the beach!

 

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De’Jon Pier’e Interview By Scott McGlynn

Fashion Designer De’Jon Pier’e brought out his collection in August 2015 .

Taking the industry by storm and the success he’s had, I had to get the lowdown on how it all come about, Future Design’s, LFW and MUCH more… 

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Scott McGlynn: Was Fashion / Designing something you knew you wanted to do growing up? 

De’Jon Pier’e: I always use to get complimented with the way i dress from when i was young, which to be fair my mum and a part to play in this. as i was growing up i just always love dressing preppy but smart casual and i have always loved fashion and clothes.

SM: Who are your Fashion icons? 

DJP: I am in love with Calvin Klein, the way the brand is is what I aspire to how i would like DJP to go in years to come.

SM: De’Jon Pier’e has been such a sucess, How did it all come about starting your own brand?

DJP: I have always loved fashion and it was my Dad who said call your clothing line by your name as its unique and stands out so cheers Dad HAHA!

SM: How long did it take setting up De’Jon Pier’e?

DJP: It took me three years and then August 2015 I decided to release it and just see what happens i was so nervous because i done everything all by myself.

SM: De’Jon Pier’e offers Men & Women clothing, Which items do you find always sell out? 

DJP: At the moment my snapbacks always sell really quickly and one of the new items the men’s slim fit shirt is selling pretty well also.

SM: Will we be seeing a De’Jon Pier’e show at LFW 2017?

DJP: Possibly 2018, i think 2017 is a bit to close at the moment a few more achievements as at the moment I’m working with a PR company and we are in the middle of creating a team.

SM: What advice would you give someone looking to start their own brand?

DJP: Know your vision, talk to manufacturers and never stop, it will be hard it is suppose to be but never stop.

SM: Any sneak peaks of future collections?

DJP: Sure, Our ladies collections is expanding here’s a sneak peak,

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SM: Tell me you fashion DON’TS?

DJP: DON’T STOP, DON’T follow other people, don’t take no for an answer that’s what i have done and it is working for me.

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Matt Moseley Interview By Scott McGlynn

Talent guy Matt Moseley has been featured in Sai music video “We Are Your Children” I caught up with him to find out more and future plans for the rising star… 

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Scott: When was the moment you first realised you wanted to be a singer / performer? 

Matt: I kind of just grew up around it all. I’ve been dancing since I could walk, and watched my sister grow up in the music industry, so it just made sense. Performing is one of the most thrilling experiences ever, the rush you get from being on stage is unlike any. 

 

SM: Tell us 3 facts about yourself that we don’t know?

MM: I love playing video games, I am a huge fan of boxing/kick boxing, and  acting is probably one of my favourite things to do! I love stepping into a character or someone else’s shoes to be someone different. 

 

SM: Tell me how was your experience with Sia on “We Are Your Children” video? 

MM: She was so very cool the whole time. You would think, as an outsider, that she’s not involved, and the label/management handles everything, but she was really involved in the whole thing, top to bottom. She helped us pick out clothes that fit each of our personalities & was comfortable for us. She was singing live when we were filming certain scenes, she just wanted to be involved, and that’s really cool to see coming from an established artist that way. 

 

SM: Tell us your highlight of your career so far? 

MM: Probably all the Lythgoe Family productions I’ve done. I’ve had the opportunity to perform along side huge celebrities like Ariana Grande, Sabrina Carpenter, Jordan Fisher, Olivia Holt, Ashlee Argota, the list goes on & on, and I got to perform next to these true performers, night after night for 3 months at a time, each year. Such a crazy experience. Runner up would be all the studio time I’ve been putting in. I love creating music. 

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SM: Whats next for you? Anything you really like to do? 

MM: Right now, I’m working on what my original music will sound like. Each artist has a period of time where they’re figuring out, not only what they like to create, but what makes sense, what’s marketable, so right now, we’re working on what that is for me. I’m also a big fan of dancing, you can catch me at one of the studios any night of the week, usually from 2-5 hours. 

 

SM: Being in the public eye we get so many rumours, anything you heard which is not true you like to clear up? 

MM: Nothing crazy yet. Unfortunately, when people have more time than anything else, they’re likely to spread rumours, or start with someone, and when they see someone they’re threatened by or jealous of, they’re quick to try to attack/affect that person.. luckily, nothing really bothers me HAHA. I do what I do, because I love it. 

 

SM: Will you be visiting the UK anytime soon?

MM: I’m hoping so! There are so many places I want to travel to. Keep supporting & I’ll be over there even sooner! 

 

SM: Your Fans love you on social media, Is there an exclusive you can give us for them on here? 

MM: Thank you guys so much for all the support, means the world to me. Stay tuned for new stuff coming soon.

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Leah West Interview With Scott McGlynn

Award-Winning Singer-Songwriter Leah West exclusive interview with myself Scott McGlynn we talked

People’s Choice Awards, New Music, Motherhood and much more…

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Scott: Tell us a bit about yourself, Leah? 

LW: Hmm, let’s see… where to start? I was born in New Jersey. My grandparents are all immigrants from Europe. I grew up near New York City, which is a huge melting pot of cultures from around the world.  I had a great childhood and I come from a very loving family. I’ve lived all over and have traveled quite a bit. I moved to Canada in 2005 and finally obtained my Canadian citizenship in 2014. I’m a singer-songwriter, and also an actress (SAG & AFTRA and attended Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in New York City) and a painter (oil and acrylic on canvas). It can be a little funny and confusing when I tell people that I majored in Neuroscience with a minor in Nutrition in University. I released my first album in 2009 and was astonished to have been nominated for several awards. My second album was released in 2012 and that has the song “Guardian Angel” on it, which is extremely popular across the world. I have had literally thousands of people from many countries sing my song for various special events. For both albums I worked with producer and very talented multi-instrumentalist Marty Rifkin. I give him a lot of credit for being the key to the success of my songs.

 

Scott: In 2011 you won the BCIMA People’s Choice Award. That’s amazing! What was your reaction like from being nominated to winning?

LW: I was nominated for 4 awards that year. I had heard that there were around 700 artists that had applied for the various awards that I was nominated for. So, just being nominated as one of the final three artists was already a HUGE honor. On the evening of the award show, it was getting towards the end of the night and all three other awards had already been announced and I lost every time. So, at this point, I was not expecting my name to be called when the “People’s Choice Award” came up. When they said my name as the winner, I remember my husband squeezed my leg so tightly. He was so proud and I couldn’t believe it! A rush of energy went through my body. I was elated and people were applauding like crazy and some even gave me a standing ovation. It was one of the best feelings I’ve ever had. What was so special about that award, was that the public, my peers, about 12,000 people to be exact, had voted for me. I won by the thousands of votes from the listeners and the consumers of music, not a panel of judges. My fans made me the winner than evening and for that, I am forever grateful.

 

Scott: When was the moment you knew you were going to be a singer / writer / performer?

LW: I’m not sure that there was a particular moment per se. It just seemed like my life, from infancy, was telling me to go in this direction. There are lots of videos that my mother took of me as a toddler singing nonstop. I started to write songs when I was about 8 or 9 years old. I took piano lessons and I had a love for poetry at a very young age. I loved the imagery you could create with words. As a teenager, I had two boyfriends who were both musicians. One was in a band who introduced me to lots of obscure bands and music I had never heard of before, and the other was a solo artist who later joined his brothers in a band. The latter was also the son of a famous songwriter. I was fascinated that you could make a living writing songs and playing music. Growing up near New York City was a major influence, as well. I had the luxury of growing up seeing Broadway shows and attending some of the biggest concerts in the world as a young girl. I had and still have lots of other interests, but when I was around 19, I really began to ask myself what I wanted to do with the rest of my life. I kept coming back to the arts and music. I’ve always had a talent for them and it wasn’t just something I was good at or was interested in, it was the only thing I was ever passionate about. To live my life any other way would have been fraudulent to my soul. I would have been living a lie and I couldn’t live like that. The hardest part about this path I’ve chosen is not the music or the art itself, because I’ve always been able to keep inspired, the hard part for me has always been making a living doing what I love. The financial side of doing music can be painful and deflating, but I keep at it because I love it and I know it’s what I’m meant to do with my short time here on earth, and life goes fast!

 

Scott: I personally love “Beyond Words” I know it’s hard to choose, but what’s your favorite song that you’ve recorded so far?

LW: Probably a song called “Hunger”, coming out on my new album in 2017. I knew when I wrote it that it had something special. And my producer Marty Rifkin blew me away with his most stunning production to date. We also had Bob Malone play piano and Teresa James and Randy Newman sing back-up vocals. It’s a romantic and sexy song with a strong beat and swirly, dreamy instrumentation. I can’t stop listening to it and I can’t wait to release it and share it with my fans next year. I’m already working on the logistics of a music video for it.

 

Scott: If you could choose to duet with anyone who would it be? And why? 

LW: Oh, too many to name! My love for music crosses many styles and genres. I have a long list of people I’d love to perform, sing, write, and work with. There are a lot of talented people out there whom I admire.

 

Scott: Will you be touring the UK anytime soon? 

LW: I would LOVE to come back to the UK. I’ve never toured there, but I have visited multiple times. I hope that as my fan-base grows, the future will open up more opportunities to play around the globe. I love not only writing and recording, but performing. It’s where you really get to connect with your fans. It’s where all your hard work comes to fruition. I know that the music industry is not what it used to be, but there are still successful artists out there and I would love to work with a label or manager that could invest and steer my career in the right direction. It’s not easy to do most everything on your own, which is what I’ve been doing since the beginning. I have been approached several times over the years, but the offers never seemed to be the right ones. I’d love to work with a highly professional team, if the right one comes along.

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Scott: Congratulations on your baby news! Do you know if it’s a girl or boy? And any names?

LW: In late May, I discovered that I was pregnant. I almost fell off my chair when my doctor called me to let me know. I couldn’t believe it. Becoming pregnant was something that had not come easy for me. I had been trying for years and had almost given up. So even then, I was hesitant to announce it publicly, because of the many failures and miscarriages I had had over the past few years. It has been secretly very painful for me to go through. Many tears were shed. No one I knew amongst my friends or family seemed to have the same difficulty, so I felt very alone. But this time was apparently very different. The baby kept growing and we kept hearing a strong heartbeat with every doctor’s visit. So in early August, at almost 16 weeks, well into my second trimester, I finally announced publicly that I was pregnant. Then, on August 30th, I announced that we were expecting a little boy. Actually, according to two ultrasounds, he’s apparently a very big boy! Top of the size-charts both times. The good news is that I don’t have gestational diabetes. I was so afraid I had it because of his size and because my grandmother had diabetes, but I lucked out! He’s just big and healthy. What every mother wants to hear. I posted his ultrasound video on my Facebook page. It’s a new 4-D technology and utterly amazing to see. He already has a whole life going on inside of me that without this technology, I would be completely unaware of. Well, aside from the fact that he’s kicking me all the time. He’s a very active baby. And yes, we do have a name picked out, but that is the one thing that we are going to leave as a surprise until his birth, which is expected to be around January 20th 2017. It was so emotional and cute to see him swimming around, sucking his thumb, smiling. Babies are born with all their emotions and feelings intact. I absolutely believe that. I read a great book called “Pre-Parenting” by Thomas R. Verny, M.D. He gives so much proof about how much babies retain from their lives in the womb and how it shapes who they will become. How the environment I create in the womb can turn on or off certain genes. It’s utterly fascinating. What amazes me most is how a whole person can be made from a couple of cells in just a few months. How does an eyeball know where to grow, how do all the nerves know where to go, and organs in all the right places, and billions of brain cells synapses are already happening, and why don’t we have arms coming out of our backs?! Everything has a timing, a purpose, a mission, a place, and then voila, a person is created. There is an indescribable beauty and intelligence to it all. It’s a universe within a universe. It’s almost too much to comprehend, yet it happens every day. There are trillions of beings across all species occupying the world today and this miracle of life and the birthing process is happening all over the planet. Once I became pregnant and really became a part of it, it’s hard for me not to believe in miracles. There is definitely something greater at work.

 

Scott: Have you ever thought of vlogging your journey in music and motherhood? Sharing your world to your fans?

LW: I have thought about it, but I’m always conflicted with that. First of all, just in doing so requires an enormous amount of time. I’m not a superstar with a crew that can follow me around with cameras and then take hours upon hours to edit videos. At this point, it would be just me doing all that. I don’t have the time or energy right now, but part of me thinks that would be a lot of fun and a great way for people to connect and to get insight into my life. However, another part of me longs for privacy, so it’s about finding the right balance between letting people in and giving myself the peace and space to be alone. Social media junkies subject themselves to constantly being inundated with opinions and noise from the outside world. I’m too sensitive of a person for that. Balance is everything for me. So is surrounding myself with good-hearted and honest people. People I know and trust. I’m lucky to have a great family and have built wonderful close friendships over the years. I need both interaction at times and other times I need my solitude. I’m most creative when it’s quiet and I’m alone. I’ve been pretty active on social media since about 2008, so I think I do a fairly good job at remaining accessible to fans, while also maintaining a private life and my own sanity in what can be a very chaotic and sometimes cruel world. I don’t even tolerate mean people anymore, I just hit the block button. Life’s too short for mean people. Another thing I have to constantly consider is my family and friends. My husband, my brother, and my sister in particular, are very private people, so I have to respect their wishes when it comes to sharing moments of my life publicly, too.

 

Scott: Finally, What’s next for Leah? 

LW: Well, I have had to put most of my music and work endeavors on hold during this pregnancy. I wasn’t expecting that, but I was severely ill with pregnancy nausea and vomiting for the first few months and now I have pregnancy-related acid reflux. The two have taken a toll on my vocal chords, so singing and performing have been out of the question. The good news is that everyone tells me my voice will heal and should return after the baby is born. The downtime has allowed me to focus on family, friends and preparing for my little man’s arrival. I have a new album already written and mostly recorded, which I hope to release around autumn 2017. My goal is to release a French version of this album at the same time. It’s a big undertaking, but it’s something I feel ready for and very much compelled to do. I’m becoming a mother for the first time, so I don’t yet know how I’ll feel after the baby is born. Hopefully there are no complications either. There are a lot of variables in the coming months that could change plans in a heartbeat, so it’s hard to say what will be realistic, but my intention is to release my third English album and my first French album by the end of next year. We’ll see!

 

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The Amazing Arabella Interview By Scott McGlynn

I sat down with the amazing Arabella a blogger / Vlogger who is the

No 1 Global Teen Influencer. Find out more with a fun Q&A we did…

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Scott: Can you tell us a bit about yourself? 

Arabella: Hi I am Amazing Arabella and I am a Teen Blogger/Vlogger – I am 12 years old and have recently been recognised as 1 of 10 Global Teen Influencers along-side Brooklyn Beckham, Bella Hadid & Lily-Rose Depp.

Scott: What made you start blogging / Vlogging? 

Arabella: Well my Mum formed a collective called Meet The Vloggers where my family Vlog and Blog about Lifestyle, Travel, Fashion, Beauty and Kids/Teens Stuff – It looked like great fun – so I decided that I wanted to start too! 🙂 My brother has a vlog too his name is “Jaadin the Kid”

Scott: You have had amazing achievements from your blogging, One being “N0.1 Global Teen Influencer” How did that make you feel?

Arabella: Well it was a shock, there are so many amazing bloggers out there, and it was a real honour to stand out amongst them! I feel very privileged to be named along-side these celebrities.

Scott: You been to some gorgeous locations, which has been your favourite so far?

Arabella:

  • Dubai
  • Spain
  • France
  • Turkey 
  • Morocco 
  • Italy 

Scott: Tell us the top 3 things you cant live without?

Arabella:

My Family

My Camera & Laptop

Oh and My Cat Louis Vuitton 😛

Scott: Who inspires you?

Arabella: My Mummy, Angelina Jolie and Beyonce! 

Scott: If you could give any advice to people starting out blogging what would it be?

Arabella: Erm! Choose what inspires you – what you want to blog about – if you wake up in the morning and you want to write about Unicorns then do it – you will find it interested and be passionate about it! 

Scott: Whats next for you?

Arabella: I have some really cool stuff coming up! I have a music single coming out soon called “Bloggerholics” It’s all about Blogging, Selfies and Social Media. I am going to attempt to hold a record for The Guiness Book of World Records and I will be exhibiting at a massive Kids Show Styling Kids/Teens called “Style Me Fix Amazing Arabella”. lol You should come down it will be great fun! 

 

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