Last year I popped along to the Girls Day Out in Glasgow and had just the loveliest, girly time, so when I was invited along to Bloggers Eve to prepare us all for the event this year I was there in a shot. The evening gave us the chance to hear from some of the exhibitors that will be there this year, as well as a touch of pampering and plenty of girlie wonderfulness!
We all gathered at the Metropolitan Bar in Merchant City and I was just absolutely delighted by what I found!
Once all the beauty bloggers of Glasgow were gathered we were off!
After an introduction to Girls Day Out and what it means Fake Bake took to the floor. The world's largest independent tanning brand chatted us through their revolutionary products and explained how they're always developing what they're offering. Fake Bake is a really luxurious brand and using their own premium ingredients they are experts on giving you the most wonderful glow!
Last, but not least was Urban Hair and Beauty an award-winning salon that definitely knows the trade inside out. The lovely ladies talked over the trends that they predict will be in the coming seasons, as well as describing the 'three-bobble trick' that's just a wonder! It's clear that these ladies have a wealth of knowledge and experience when it comes to hair and they definitely knew what they were talking about!
To finish off the evening we were able to have a wander round and get to know the exhibitors better!
You also couldn't miss the amazing hair-dos that were going on and go course the mountain of make-up!
It was just the perfect girlie evening and definitely got me excited for the show! It was so good to meet some of the people that will be exhibiting on the day and getting a taste of what they're all about. We were absolutely spoilt and it was the loveliest, most indulgent and luxurious night, so thank you so much for having me along!
If this has got you all excited for Girls Day Out, this year it will held on 2-4 of December and you can already grab your tickets if you just can't wait!
**** This is a collaborative post, but all girly view are my own