Sally works as a Senior Ambassador for Tropic #Vegan #CrueltyFree #Natural #Skincare

Hi Sally,  it’s a great pleasure to welcome you to my blog today.

Sally and I are ‘old,’ Edinburgh school friends!  Hey, not so old! We’re in the prime of our lives… I swear that we ladies come into our prime at this age… Our kids are grown up, we start spreading our wings and being more adventurous!

It’s quite remarkable how we have reconnected via Facebook after so many years apart.

I thought it would be interesting to interview Sally about her role as a Senior Ambassador for Tropic.

Tell me a little about your role at Tropic, Sally.

I am a Senior Ambassador (we start as Ambassador and the next stage is Senior, so I am very much at the start of the Tropic journey!)

When did you decide to join?

I joined in February of 2017.

Do you see it as a hobby or a full-time vocation?

At the moment I am doing it as a hobby as I love the products so much and believe in the ethics of Susie Ma’s brand.

What is it about Susie Ma’s brand that particularly attracted you to Tropic?

Susie was brought up to always use natural ingredients on the skin and  inside the body and not to take medicines. (Her grandma was a biochemist). All her products are Vegan and Cruelty Free certified and freshly made – that is what drew me to the company in the first place. The main bread and butter is skincare, but we do body care; sun-care; hair care; makeup and tan products.

Tell me about the Glambassador Events.

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I have been to three of their Glambassador Events where they recognise Ambassador achievements and show us new products for the coming seasons (this happens twice per year – March and September) – a glamorous event where we all dress up and entertainment is laid on plus dinner.

Are there other events too?

I have also been to Susie’s Road Show, which she does every January; up and down the country. She does a talk to tell people about why she promotes ‘greener beauty’; the chemicals in the beauty industry and why she is so passionate about her ” PURE. HONEST. EFFECTIVE” range of skincare and makeup.

Sally’s VIP Tropic Skincare & Make Up – Facebook Page

https://www.tropicskincare.co.uk/shop/sallystagg

Do you have a product you would like me to advertise on my blog? I have 54,180 hits, over 1,500 followers, 3,300+ followers on twitter. I may be able to help if your product is a good fit with my blog, (I particularly welcome Vegan, natural products and products/services that will be popular with a teenage audience as I write YA!) and I can promote your company at a very reasonable price. Or, perhaps you might like me to sample a product? Get in touch via the comment button below.

Have you tried Tropic? Do comment below if you have. Would love to hear your thoughts on these natural skincare products.

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GUEST POST: NATASHA MALLON – MUSIC SPOTLIGHT – WAX MACHINE

 

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Brighton-based, seven-person band, Wax Machine brings a new kind of psychedelic folk music to the fray. With instruments such as the flute and the saxophone, Wax Machine successfully portrays an otherworldly atmosphere to their music, while the use of bass, drums, keys and the guitar ground their style, making their sound likeable to a wider target audience. On the 23rd June 2017, I was fortunate enough to be able to watch one of their live performances at The Hope and Ruin in Brighton, a vegetarian/vegan pub which hosts live events. The first of three acts to play that night (the other bands being Psychic Lemon and headliner Kikagaku Moyo), Wax Machine set the bar high with their dream-like vocals and intriguing lyrics. Many of the songs performed were brand-new originals which were well-loved by their audience. Wax Machine’s look also complimented their sound, further enhancing that psychedelic element to their music.

As expected, I highly recommend checking their music out, or coming along to one of their shows (especially if you are ever in Brighton.)

Their next show takes place at Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar on the 15th July at 19:00PM.

You can also check out their music on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/waxmachine

Band members: Isobel, Flute, vocals. Gigi, vocals. Freddie, sax, keys and vocals. Harry, keys. Willow, bass. Rose, drums. Lauro, guitar.

Images of the band courtesy of: © Abel Oberon.

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Guest post by Natasha Mallon.
Previous music posts by Natasha: https://mjmallon.com/2016/08/12/sayonara-hitori-by-taemin/

and: https://mjmallon.com/2016/05/05/bts-firek-pop/

 

 

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