Monday, 13 April 2015

Pierre Lemond Photo Shoot

For Christmas I bought my room-mate Cara a photo shoot at Pierre Lemond Photography

She did her shoot the week before last and had the opportunity to put a few names down for their own free shoot, including make-up and hair, including me. 

I organised my own for today and was able to take along a friend. I asked Emily and she was free.

They recommend to take 4-5 different outfits, ranching from casual to evening and anything in between.

On arrival Em and I were given a sheet to fill out with our details and how we would like our hair and make-up - natural, sexy, casual. 'Naturally sexy' was our choice. 

The lady who did my make-up and hair was amazing! She did a great job and was really friendly. 

We were offered some refreshments too, so started the afternoon with a glass of white wine. Of course a sneaky Snapchat had to be taken.

With each outfit we got both single shots and some together. 

My favourite of Emily and me

Our photographer was a blast and talked us through different poses and how much he preferred H&M to Primani (Primark). 

Due to being referred by Cara, we each received a free photo of our choice plus a £25 discount on photo packages, and I also had another £60 for the deposit I laid down. 

We ended up getting a package together as it worked out to be a lot cheaper. 

Pierre Lemond Photography is situated at 374 Old Street, EC1V 9LT, a 5 minute walk from Old Street Tube Station.

Tuesday, 7 April 2015

Dinner at Work - Cauliflower Pizza

Looking for a healthy, gluten-free alternative to Pizza Hut or Dominos?
Look no further than your own kitchen! 

I've cooked this cauliflower pizza recipe a few times for my clients, and every single one of them love it!

1 whole cauliflower
mozzarella ball
1- 2 eggs

(This one is entirely up to you!)

tomato paste
capsicum (aka red pepper)

Preheat the oven to 200 Celsius

Grate the cauliflower into a bowl

Put the cauliflower into the microwave for about 7 minutes until the
cauliflower is soft

(alternatively, you can spread the cauliflower over an over tray and roast for 15 minutes at 180 Celsius - try and drain as much moisture out as you can once it is cool enough to touch)

In a mixing bowl, combine the mozzarella, cauliflower and egg together (if you think one egg isn't enough, crack the other one in as well)
*You can add salt and pepper to taste if wanted*

Spread the base out over an oven tray, trying to get it as even as possible

Pop it in the oven for around 20 minutes or until you get a nice golden colour

Now it's time for the toppings!

Once they're all on top and looking fantastic, put it back in the oven for another 15 - 20 minutes

Plate up and scoff it down!

* I first got this recipe from my mate Mrs BFH at