Disabled Style & Fashion

Nine years ago I was part of a BBCThree show called Britain’s Missing Top Model: a not-that-slight rip off of the modelling challenge America’s Next Top Model but with disabled women as the supposed ‘missing’ ingredient. There were eight of us with disabilities ranging from paraplegia, deafness, limb amputation and… my ‘neurological disorder mixed with…

Easy 1940s Vintage Make Up

This tutorial is for a very easy everyday vintage make up look and uses just drugstore products! The first thing I do is moisturise my face and put Vaseline on my lips. I tend to put both of these on quite thickly and go do something else to give it time to sink in before…

Jessica Loves: March Favourites (including links!)

Here are the amazing things I’ve loved in March (and yes, this is what my hair looks like when I’m pin curling it…): Do you want to know where to get my March Favourites! Follow the links: Layrite Supershine Hair Pomade: https://goo.gl/Pnf1Gz Lemsip Max: https://goo.gl/YzlhCy Mercadona (place of dreams): https://goo.gl/fNKE18 Clara’s Sugar Free Flan: https://youtu.be/ABmGfVuzqdM…

Fashion: Stylishly Disabled!

Fashion and disability aren’t generally words we see in the same sentence. In 2008 I was part of a BBC3 show called Britain’s Missing Top Model, which aimed to redress the lack of diversity in the modelling world… yes, 2008. The fashion world has made strides forwards in the years since when it comes to…

Thoughts on Body Confidence

Body confidence is something I think we all struggle with, we all have our ups and our downs. I don’t believe there is such a thing as the ‘genetic lottery’ (says the girl with the genetic disability!)- someone could be the ideal picture of what is considered attractive and still have issues with the way they…