Posts by Mrsjonas

London Fashion Week 2015 – Being a Fashion Scout!

Happy Monday  to all you refreshed relaxed lovely people.  For anyone who is a follower of fashion you will be aware that we are now over half way through what is the fashion worlds busiest period of the year – London Fashion week.  London fashion week like all other fashion weeks (New York, Paris, Milan etc) occurs twice a year. They are the power fashion houses chance to showcase their

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Glossybox – The Mother’s Day Treatment Collection

Mother’s Day – A day to embrace, celebrate and treat the special women that bought us into the world, our Mum’s! As I began to write this post I thought – ah Mothers Day, just another celebrated day in the Calendar commercialised by card companies and retailers.  However, unlike other days such as Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day really is one that I feel should be celebrated and possibly even turned

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Watches by Shore Projects

Do you wear a watch?  I’m guessing that if I asked this question in a survey I would probably get a 50/50 response. I’ve noticed that the more fashion conscious, practical or nostalgic amongst us will have one firmly attached to their wrist, whilst others will simply use their mobile phones. Watches are not necessary in this day and age, but I personally have always loved wearing a watch. I remember feeling

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Beautiful Skin with Boots No 7

Working in central London your never to far from a Boots drugstore and typically I always seem to go in there for one item and come out twenty pounds lighter.  On one of my so called trips to pick up some shampoo that I had run out of, Boots managed to present me with that ever so tempting voucher to lure me back in the very next day. The money

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Chloé Love Story – The Perfect Gift

 Happy Valentines Day! This year Valentine’s Day is all about Mr J who has been working very hard these past few weeks.  So for a change I’m going to be treating him to a few surprises and have requested no over the top presents just a card.  Instead I have bought myself an over the top gift – yes ladies we are allowed treat ourselves every now and then! Also

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Little Ondine – Nail Polish’s

Nail Polishes….. how many is too many? With so many brands and versions of, the nail polish choice is endless. First you have to pick your type: high shine, matt, long lasting, chip resistant, crackle, false, temporary, and gel. Then you need to pick your colour and if you want to go all out the next decision is nail art vs nail Jewellery, yes or no? When I see a

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Preview: The Benefit Roller Lash Mascara

If you were in Central London last week you may have noticed the big pink ‘Roller Lash‘ Truck pounding the streets of London.  This was used as part of the training and promo of the new Roller Lash Mascara from Benefit Cosmetics, launching on the 12th of February.  As with anything that Benefit Cosmetics do, the hype has been growing, so much so that when I saw the pink truck

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Mrs J’s Practical Valentine’s Gift Guide

  V Day the official day of love is fast approaching, whether you are single and looking for love, in a relationship or married, giving and receiving cards to those that you love or admire is a MUST (just look at those peas above).  I wanted this post to be a practical gift guide mainly for the home as flowers, chocolates and perfume are all pretty standard.  So if you’ve

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Mrs J’s 1st Blogiversary!

  Exactly a year ago today I launched Mrs Jonas Recommends into the Blogosphere and what a whirlwind of a year it has been!  Firstly I want to say thank you to everybody and anybody who reads my posts. Not forgetting a big thank you to Mr J for putting up with my endless tapping of the keyboard that sometimes goes on until the early hours of the morning, and

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Check Your Chaps with Sniffy Wiffy

If you’ve been watching or have read the news this week then you will be aware that yesterday was world cancer day and that cancer cases are due to rise to over 70% over the next two decades (according to the World Health organisation)  Whilst research into treatment medication for the disease will continue to advance, maintaining a healthy lifestyle will reduce the risk of developing the disease. Personally I

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