Hayley Campbell is a writer and a person who plasters words and opinions all over the internet. She once spent an entire week eating almost solely quinoa because of a YouTube tutorial by David Lynch (he called them “little keen-wahs”). She worries this will turn up in her obituary one day. That or the fact that she googles pictures of Joey Greco from Cheaters way past her bedtime.
If there’s an app for something I’ve definitely downloaded it. I have downloaded and deleted the Domino’s app more times than I can count (the former drunkenly, the latter filled with regret/pizza) and my iPhone is filled with apps both “pointless” and “genuinely useful” (inverted commas there because I don’t care what they say: being able to shake your phone to add Drake to your selfies is 100% useful, Mum). Drake Shake aside, here are some of the apps that actually changed my life to the point where I stand in the cold less, get lost less, and have discovered at least five new bus routes right next to my house that reveal I have been doing London wrong for at least five years. NO MATTER, WE LEARN.
Bonny is Lovehoney's head buyer which means she gets to go around the world and find brand new sex toys to stock. Given the stuff they do end up stocking, we were wondering about the stuff she rejected. THE THINGS THIS LADY HAS SEEN.
There’s a face-based problem that comes into play somewhere along the mince-pie-breakfast-to-post-Christmas-party-cab scale of booziness that reaches a crescendo around 2am on the first of January. I’m talking about the make-up situation, specifically the touch-ups you do when festive red lipstick is in your life at the same time as anything mulled. So I found M.A.C. make-up artist Chloe Turner and I said to her, “Hey Chloe? How can I make my make-up stay put so a drunk lady doesn’t have to fix it halfway through the night?” and she said, “Primer, obviously.”
It may not be a for reals dinner-and-a-movie kind of night with Rob Lowe (GIVE US TIME) but we do get to spend a night with him in our homes through the magic of television when Prosecuting Casey Anthony airs on Lifetime, Thursday at 9pm.