Bloggers Festival at Conrad London St James Hotel

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Blogging has its perks, especially when you get invited to super fun networking events like the #bloggersfestival. Scarlett London invited me to it and if you fancy coming along next time then make sure to sign up on her blog.

I met a few super brands and spoke to lovely new bloggers. I even managed to get a gold fairy transfer tattoo!

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These are the brands you see in my photos and who I had the chance to meet and speak to…

Jewellery Box: As the name suggests they sell all things jewellery, from necklaces to earrings etc. Me being into my interiors and all meant that as I walked into the room, the first and most amazing scene and decoration that I saw was by them. They had the cutest layout, with a wonderful woodland ‘fairytale’ feel.

Aloe Refresh: You either love the bits or you hate them, the man told me. I had the fun job of tasting an Aloe Vera drink – fascinating to think that I’d be drinking Aloe Vera when I’ve been putting it on my face (via creams) most of my life!

Glimmer body art: The lady who did the glitter patterns for my new blogger friends and my gold transfer was absolutely lovely. The glittery ones should last you about a week whilst mine should last a few days if you don’t put moisturiser on it. Really lovely patterns and wonderful ombre glitter art 😉

Taisir Gibreel: I thought that the designer of these silk scarves is super talented. She told me that the brand is all about it being sourced and made in Britain whilst the colourful designs speak for themselves.

Nanshy: I feel bad for saying that I’ve not heard of them before because their makeup brushes were just as soft as Urban Decay’s if not even softer! They had a love-ly layout (if you parden the pun!) so i wiggled my way through to the table to take a closer look. I definitely think it’s worth giving these a go, especially as they have quirky slanted brushes for application too.

I fully enjoyed the day and am really thankful for the invite – was so lovely to meet new bloggers too. So thanks for the invite Scarlett and look forward to the next one!

Alina is the founder and writer of The Fairytale Pretty Picture blog whilst working full time as an SEO specialist at a growing online-only retailer called Amara. She owns a beautiful white Alsatian and lives in Essex with her husband.

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