October 2020 Bellabox Review

My October Bellabox came full of products perfect for Spring and the warmer weather. I received a wonderful assortment of goodies in my Bellabox this month, with a selection of full-sized and sample sized hair care, skincare and beauty products. I was excited this month to receive a Fenty Beauty Mattemoiselle Plush Matte Lipstick in Freckle Fiesta it is bold and has some serious staying power! I was also delighted to receive an assortment of sample sized hair care products from Klorane, one of my favourite haircare brands.
Here are all the beautiful products that I received in my Bellabox this month:

Fenty Beauty Mattemoiselle Plush Matte Lipstick, full-sizeTypically I shy away from a bold lip look as I'm shocking at remembering to reapply. This lipstick with its staying power may have just changed that. When applying it felt like butter with a matte lipstick finish. The size of the lipstick is also not just pretty but very compact.
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Andy Irons: Kissed By God

After much anticipation, the Australian premiere dates for 'Andy Irons: Kissed By God' have been announced. The Australian film tour will kick off on July 25, 2018, with four premiere screenings:
  • July 25th: Cremorne Orpheum Theatre, Sydney
  • August 2nd: Twin Towns, Gold Coast
  • August 3rd: Avoca Beach Picture Theatre, Avoca
  • August 7th: Astor Theatre, Melbourne
To buy tickets to a premiere, click here.

'Andy Irons: Kissed By God' is the untold life story of the late Andy Irons. Under the wild spirit and frenetic energy that Andy brought to the surfing world, there lies a story that serves as a cautionary tale.  A tale of addiction and an internal struggle with his mental health. Andy won three consecutive world titles, rattled Kelly Slater's cage and delivered some of the best surfing the world has seen, despite battling his own demons. However, they were also his undoing.

Andy wasn't synonymous with religion, so why “Kissed by God”? This is how Andy describes what surfing feels like to him in a candid interview. I think it is more than fitting. For those who surf whether professional or as a weekend warrior, I think all can relate to the feeling of freedom and peace that comes with paddling out into the open ocean.

The film is set for an Australian release in the not too distant future and then be available for digital download a little later. It was released in the US earlier this year to rave reviews, and I for one can't wait to see it when it comes to Melbourne for its premiere screening.


  1. That’s really interesting and shows how we want to see people, rather than seeing the truth.


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