Monthly Faves: February 2017

February has gone super quick, but it’s brought so many awesome things and so much has happened! Here is a short blog post about my monthly faves from Feb 2017:

NZ International Comedy Festival releasing pre sale tickets

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NZICF Just might be one of the things I’m most excited for this year. This month they announced a whole bunch of shows and released pre sale tickets for them which is super duper exciting. This year, Rose Matafeo, Alice Brine, Guy Montgomery, Joel Creasey and many many more people are all doing shows and it’s going to be amaaaazing.

NZ Fringe Festival

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The NZ Fringe Festival started this month and it has been an awesome festival. There is still time to catch some shows so make sure you go out and do that! The NZ Fringe Festival is packed with incredibly talented, creative people and it’s something you can’t miss.

Chained to the Rhythm (KP is back)

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Katy Perry is one of my all time faves, and this month she is BACK. She released the first single, Chained to the Rhythm, a purposeful pop song, to her fourth album. The album will be released sometime later this year and I am so ready.

Colourpop Lipsticks

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I know, more lipsticks! But you can never have too many lipsticks. I’ve known about Colourpop for awhile now but I had never really tried it out. One night I decided to buy one matte lipstick to try and I was immediately hooked, the prices are affordable and they last all day. I also recommend the metallics because they’re also gorgeous.

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