Happy Friday!! I’ve had a pretty good week this week, slowly preparing myself for normality; post-Ramadan normality. I can’t remember the last time I went to an event, it has literally been months, I kinda just stopped going as I think I got a little disenchanted with the whole blogging society/tons of events thing.. But anyway, I sort of attended an event on Tues because I love being pampered and Herbal Essences kindly invited me down to Hushh spa in Belgravia to get a hydrating treatment. The reason? Their hero range Hello Hydration was voted Product of the Year by consumers! So I picked a lovely, hydrating pedicure as my treatment.. Whotcha think? The shade painted on my tootsies is Max Factor Max Effect Mini Nail 33 Lollipop.I genuinely love Herbal Essences hair care, they smell SO GOOD and I swear by their deep conditioning masks! Sometimes it’s the only thing that will work in my ravaged, knotty, uncombed, semi (unintentionally) dreadlocked, post weekend hair. I go through tubs and tubs of the stuff so no surprise it’s got the consumer’s vote! And did I mention how good it smells???!I’ve also been doing a loooooot of shopping this week, and one of my purchases was this Boy London cap. I actually LOVE IT. I’ve had my eye on this cap for ages as I wanted a good snapback, but was really hesitant as it only comes in one size and naturally being small I have a petite pois sized head. But you can adjust the size and thankfully, adjusted it fits perfectly – doesn’t look too big at all on me! Well, only in the way I fully intended!When my sister saw it she said I was just as bad as a chav, but worse, the other way; a Hoxton Chav. I thought that was pretty funny. I think she was trying to imply I was a fashion victim, but I totally disagree. I’m not a victim, I genuinely love fashion and style, and relish experimenting and expressing myself through it. I never wear something to look cool, I wear it ’cause I think it looks awesome. But I guess if someone’s not into that stuff it’s hard to explain it. If someone dresses pretty straight, ‘vanilla’, and aren’t excited by fashion maybe they think all those who are and dress more flamboyantly are just show-offs or attention seekers? I dunno, I never dress to get attention any more than the next person, all I want to do is look my best, just like they do, except our interpretation of best differ. But aaaaanyway, I think Hoxton Chav is the best thing I’ve ever heard. I might get it put on a t-shirt, serious.