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The Dough Thrower is situated opposite Victoria Park in Cardiff and offers up extremely tasty, handmade pizzas at a modest price in a cosy setting. Click through for a full review!

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I was invited to the Charlotte Tilbury Magic Skin Clinic in John Lewis, Cardiff and got to use some notorious CT products including the £70 'magic' cream. Click through for my thoughts!

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Perhaps changing the narrative from 'no regrets' to 'some regrets' could be the key to compiling a successful list of realistic resolutions for 2018.

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