baconsloth said: did you get both nostrils pierced at once? or separately?
No! I got one side pierced when I was about 16, and the other one when I was like 21/22. I skived a day at uni and went with my friend and we both got ours done! She cried, I was brave. I wanted to be symmetrical when I got my septum pierced because I felt it looked weird uneven xxxx
swiftch said: Rosie! I was wondering if you ever get acne, I know you sometimes get redness but I have never seen a spot on your face. Also, do you have a skincare routine or some products you use to keep your face soft and clean? Sorry if you've already answered this question xx
I used to have terrible skin up until the moment I found out I was lactose intolerant, and as soon as I cut dairy out of my life, my skin was instantly fixed. I’ve also found that being on the pill (which I take as a fix for my highly irregular periods - in case you wondered why) has seriously made my skin beautiful.
If i slip up with my diet i will get redness and also if I stay up too late then have to much caffeine. But other than that my skin is good.
I ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS remove all traces of makeup at the end of the day and I try to spend weekends or days off work makeup free. I’m always careful to be extremely gentle when touching my skin so not to wrinkle it and I tend to use Nivea products as they are fairly natural products and very moisturising. I use a gentle face wash and then moisturise with prescription moisturiser.
If I could afford it, I would use Dermalogica on my skin. I highly recommend their products for clear skin. If not then I recommend Nivea but it is trial and error and different products work for different people.
My biggest tip would be, it doesn’t matter if your skin is dry or oily, it still needs to be cleaned then moisturised to balance it out. If you don’t moisturise oily skin your skin will only produce more oil. Also if you scrub your skin with exfoliant, don’t do it every day, only do it a couple of days a week, else your skin will panic and produce oil and get spotty.
Drink tonnes of water, and tee tree oil is good for big spots! DON’T EVER SQUEEZE YOUR SPOTS EITHER THEY WILL SPREAD.
ok that’s all the advice I have xxxx
quickcakewalk said: Just one, I'm a few, no family too. Who am I?
steakbledindepatate said: I don't know if you already know but albinwonderland makes wonderful ASMR videos! Her ASMR channel is albinwhisperland. Love your blog by the way :)
ARE. YOU . KIDDING . ME?! I already though that albinwonderland is the most perfect human being on the planet and now THIS?!!!! My mind is blown. She is amazing. I love her.
hot-tea-nanako said: Have you ever considered veganism? If you can't fuck with milk, I mean you're halfway there and I know you and Rose adore animals.
I used to be vegan! I don’t eat meat I prefer to buy vegetarian alternatives and obviously I don’t eat any dairy so if I ave up eggs I would be vegan again. I really do like my eggs though. So I’d say i’m over halfway there xxxx
lovelifeandcats said: Hi rose! I've been watching you and Rosie's videos since you guys were only at 45,000 subscribers and I just wanted to thank you guys for all of the help you've given me over the years. Not only with my sexuality. I've been living with extreme anxiety my whole life and it just feels so comforting knowing that you also have an anxiety disorder but you don't let it run your life. You are my biggest inspiration and seeing you live positively makes me want to drive for the same. Thank you so much.
Wow that was so nice! :) Giving other people hope when it comes to anxiety disorders makes me feel like I’ve actually achieved something. I remember how crippling it was when I didn’t understand what my OCD was or why it was affecting me. It was the scariest time of my life and by far the most unsettling. I never imagined it getting better. But as I concentrated on the things that mattered most to me, and being surrounded by extremely supportive people, life got good again!
And you know, sometimes I relapse pretty badly. It was only about a month ago that I REALLY panicked about it. But as you develop a more comprehensive understanding of your condition, the easier and less overwhelming it becomes. In fact, I used my perfectionism to guarantee my dissertation was to a standard I believed would award me with the degree classification I desired. I used my compulsive nature to no longer dwell on the negative aspects of life, but to drive me towards achieving my goals.
When we came back from New York I said to Rosie that if it all ends now, I would be happy with what we have achieved together. Meeting our fans in New Jersey was a really special moment for me. Listening to their stories really reminded me of myself and I felt extremely honoured that I had affected someone’s life in a positive way. It was such a pleasure and the reason why making videos is so worthwhile <3
liafluit said: hi rosie, in your NY diary you said you feel so more comfortable and acceptabled being in a gay relationship.. so is that america or just the big city? could it be better in london for example?
The bigger the city the bigger the amount of diversity within people, so more people from different countries, more people who are gay/bi/trans so I guess people aren’t as shocked in London as they might be where I live.
However, I’ve been to London a hundred times, and NY only once, but the week I spent walking around NY kissing and holding hands with Rose and being a romantic couple in love, I never experienced even ONE odd look. NY was definitely more accepting and it brought me back down to earth with a bump when Rose and I got shouted at the other day by a large group of men, I felt really intimidated. :(
However, I am really lucky, our families are accepting, and we could live in a country that is waayyyy less intolerant, so Rose and I should count our blessings really, and we always do. xxxxx