Now that the sun has started making it’s rare appearance her in the UK it’s time to start thinking about sandals. I’ve had my feet wrapped up in socks and boots for the past 6 months meaning my feet need some good ol’ TLC and a at-home pedicure is the right way to go about it.

I like to start by removing all my nail polish and then any excess skin whilst feet are still dry. I’ve lately been using the Scholl Electric Foot file as I just find it easier and you don’t have to put in as much work. However the  Pedegg or a simple foot file would also work great.

I then move on to soaking my feel in warm-water for about ten minutes.
Tip: Add some Tea Tree oil for it antibacterial properties.

Whilst my feet are still damp I take a granulated scrub (I tend to use a body one) to smooth my feet out some more, rinse and then dry my feet. If your feet are particularly dry you may want to use a scrub designed for feet as it’s more likely to be more abrasive and remove dead skin more efficiently.  When my feet are dry I apply a rich cream such as The Body Shop Honey & Beeswax Hand and Foot Cream and move on to filing.

Whilst I file my nails I also use a cuticle remover such as the Butter London Melt away which is amazing. File nails straight across to avoid ingrown nails. once you have finished filing and the cuticle remover has been on for a few minutes gentle push back the cuticles. Using a cotton pad and nail polish remover, remove all dead skin and excess oils.

You then want to go with the four coat rule, a good base coat, two coats of colour and your favourite top coat. I often find choosing a toe nail colour quite challenging as I don’t change them nearly as much as I change my finger nail colours. I always go for something summery and oranges/corals tend to be my favourite, my current colour of choice is Models Own Beach Bag which I will probably wear all summer!

Now that you are ready to feel the sand in between your toes check out some of my favourite sandals and feet products below.

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I have a giveaway today and although it isn’t a beauty giveaway I am still hoping you will like it as I think the prize is quite a fun/good one.

Dylon is giving on of my readers the chance to win a range of fabric dyes to update their wardrobe but reviving old and dull clothes without breaking the bank, as well as £100 John Lewis vouchers!

 We’ve all seen out favourite black jeans fade from black to grey and that LBD lose its lustre but DYLON fabric dyes can help out fall back in love.

And if somehow your favourite jeans haven’t faded (please tell me where you got them!) you can even use it to dye curtains, cushions or other household fabrics.

 To enter all you have to do is follow the instructions on the widget below, watch the video above let me know what you would like to dye.
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I love changing my phone case but they can become quite expensive and even difficult to store. By making these you are able to buy a very inexpensive clear case and regularly change the inside image cheaply and no one will have the same case as you.

All you need is a clear case (my phone case is from here), a pair of scissors, a pen and some paper. Easy.

Get creative, you can use magazines, print outs, crafting paper, fabric, menu’s, maps, drawings (even from your child), photographs, wallpaper, wrapping paper and so much more.

– Draw around your phone and carefully cut out the shape ever so slightly smaller.
-Put the paper in the case and insert your phone
-Once you are happy it is the right size carefully draw inside the camera lens and flash hole.
-Remove the paper and cut out the hole using scissors or a craft knife but don’t worry if it isn’t perfect the case usually hides it

Super easy to change whenever you get bored or simply find something fun to replace it with!

Will you be giving this a go? What will you put in yours?
I’d love to see them if you do- tweet me @sabrinalovesyou

PS. I have another phone case idea, would you like to see it?
Twitter/ Facebook/ Bloglovin’ set me a challenge to celebrate #boohooDIY which is a campaign and competition which they are currently holding. As part of the competition are giving you the chance to win the ultimate festival experience for a world famous music festival. To enter you simply must visit their Facebook page and enter your details.

Sadly, I missed out on the festival tickets this year which means I will instead be lusting over all the outfits I won’t be wearing. I love how relaxed and effortless festival fashion is although it still looks amazing.

 Within the set sent me for the challenge was a basic maxi dress, glitter, gems, glue and studs. I’m not too big on taking risks and therefore wanted to keep it safe so I stayed away from the glitter. If it were a t-shirt I think the gems would have looked great but I wanted to simply stud a small area on the dress. I therefore studded the top of the dress in a triangular shape and feel that although quite simple is more impressive that the plain dress. It was super quick and easy and I can’t wait to stud something else. is also encouraging their dans to create their very own festival outfits. If you want to get involved take a photo of your finalised piece and share it with @boohoo on Twitter and @boohooofficial on instagram with the hashtag #boohooDIY.

Can’t wait to see what you all create!
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 Now this has nothing to do with beauty products but it is pretty and I am trying to do a few different things on here so expect some more lifestyle posts.
When I was younger some of my friends had keys which had floral prints all over them and I always loved them! Although I am now a little older, I still think the idea of taking something as boring as a pair of keys and adding some sparkles and colour really interesting. Over the weekend I decided to paint my keys and turns out quite a few other people have done it before to, its super duper easy but I’ll run you thorough it anyways.

 You’ll just need some keys and nail polish, you can use any type of nail polish from glitter to just a solid colour but I would try and chose a more opaque one as it will just make it easier.

 Paint each side of your key with thin layers of nail polish and leave to dry before applying more until you have reached an opaque(or desired) colour. If you are using glitter that is quite thick you may want to apply a solid colour before applying the glitter. Be careful not to paint the part that actually goes in the key hole as that will get scratched and may leave particles in the key hole itself. Apply a top coat and wait to dry before attaching to the rest of your keys.
I haven’t tried this myself but why not do some nail art on your keys if you are feeling extra creative?

I even tried it with a holographic polish was interesting and looked quite unusual!

This is a great idea if you are that person that can never find the right key or simply if you just want to add some extra colour to your keys!

What do you think? Will you be trying this and would you like more posts like this?
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