Monday, 6 December 2010

Aussie Blogger Market

Over the weekend, I was invited to the Aussie Bloggers Christmas Market. I'd seen pictures from the Bloggers Market they held in Leeds, so was really excited to get going to this one. The Market was set to be like a Christmas Market, but with one twist: the stalls were held by us Aussie Angels.
I decided to hold a stall and really wanted mine to be different, so after days of wondering what to do, I settled on a 'Basic Boxing Training' stall. I did boxing training for 2 years and learnt a lot about self defence and it was such good excercise, so I thought 'why not share?'


What do you think of my striaght hair? I know mine's really curly, but I do have it straight a lot. I use tons of heat on my hair, whether styling straight or curly, and have recently started using Aussie's Take The Heat Protection Range. Not only do they smell really good, but they do seem like they really protect your hair from the heat.

I was really excited as I had bollards, which, when put together, looked like a mini boxing ring, and that definitley drew people in, as well as looking really cool.

(Above is me teaching one of the style tribes mascots).

It was really fun putting my skills to good use. I had a great time teaching bloggers and their friends how to box, and I hope they had a great time learning from me as well.
I also had a great time checking out all the other stalls. There were cupcake stalls (I think we all know my obsession with cupcakes by now), as well as hairdressers for all hairtypes and the amazing Amina doing some pretty great make up.


I also met my tribe mascot! If you look on the left, you'll see that I'm part of the Frizz Miracle Tribe: all Aussie Angels are part of a tribe, depending on our hair type. Each of the tribes were asked to band together and come up with what we'd like our mascot to look like and then Aussie bought our creations to life at the markets. Isn't out one really pretty?


One of my favourite things about this market was the sensory experience. We were blindfolded and then asked to sniff/taste/feel ingredients that are used in Aussie Shampoos. I had a dire attempt, and only got 1 right, but I did have a blast guessing!


Overall , it was a really fun day and I really enjoyed myself. Alongside all the fabulous stalls and food, there were also talks by experts about subjects such as professional blogging, photography and even flirting!
I also absolutely love meeting all my blogger friends. I once again had the chance to meet Daniela and Fiona, as well as meeting my really good blogger friend, Dena, for the first time. I also made some new blogger friends as well. It's so nice to hang out with people who have the same passions as you!

Anyway, a huge Thanks to Aussie, who, yet again, put together a perfect event. There was great food, a lot of fun activities (a photoboot, with props!) and we were also joined by some really hot Aussie Hunks. Phwoar is all I can say! And, the Santa was pretty attractive as well.

Sherin xx

P.S. You can see more pictures on my Facebook page.


Milana said...

Love the straight hair! Looks so good on you! Seems like a fun day and great idea with the boxing!


Danni and Maria said...

So so gutted I couldn't make it! Glad you had a good time though - teaching boxing was a genius idea!


Intrinsically Florrie said...

That first picture makes me smile :)
Cupcakes are an essential part of any event!
I think your hair looks lovely both straight and curly, but it's alwys nice to be able to play around and have a change isn't it.
Looks like a really fun day.

Florrie x

Kiran Bajaj Sawhney said...

You seem to have such fabulous time. Lots of fun and activities. I love your pink boxing gloves.
You rock girl.

daisychain said...

that's so awesome you taught boxing!

Sarah said...

You look so different with your straight hair! Even though I met you on the London Eye, I didn't realise it was you doing the boxing! That's so cool though. It was a great day wasn't it, can't wait for the next event! said...

I enjoy boxing myself. Not that I am good at it but it is good stress releasing activity ;) I like your curly hair ... but striaght looks good too!

WASParty said...

u look nice with straight hair.

wow wish i knew how to box you know for self defence and stuff. good on you for teaching others as well

btw we are organising a giveaway on our blog. pls check it out.

Cafe Fashionista said...

Ohmigosh what an incredibly fun event - you look adorable, Sherin!! :)

Couture Carrie said...

So fun, darling!
Love your hair straight!


Jennifer Fabulous said...

Omg how FUN!! :) I love the photo of you with the boxing gloves. It's adorable. And you with straight hair equals GORGEOUSNESS! xoxo

J. said...

hahahahah loved your stand ! Very unique !

Anisha @ Live Life Deeply said...

Makes me realise yet again that all good things happen in London!

Great pictures - seems like you had a ton of fun!

WeShop said...

This looks like such a fun event. xx

Isabel said...

it looks like so much fun :)

Harriet said...

Wow, it looks so so much fun! I am so cross I didn't get to go, I am both loving and hating all the lovely posts I'm reading about it as it just makes me so jealous!

I wish I had had the chance to learn some boxing from you!

Aysh said...

Heya lovely! hehe great pics! thank you so much for saturday, was really lovely meeting ya, had a fab time! it was so wonderful to finally meet some lovely bloggers 2 :) managed 2 capture our photobooth moment with my camera for my post! lol! ;) that was hilarious!

Lotsa luv Aysh xoxo

Winnie said...

Looks like the event was a success! Your stall was definitely unique, so nice to read about all the variety there! Also, you look lovely with straight hair!

Katie said...

your hair looks great!

Marina said...

look a great and fun day !!! thanks for your comment:)

xx marina

Audrey Allure said...

I absolutely love the straight hair!

hair stylist Mary said...

Nice hair stlye :)

St├ęphanie said...

So nice !

Haute World said...

Love your idea of the boxing training! Looks like a fun Christmas market!

kirstyb said...

im so sad i missed it - stupid snow xxx

chaoskontrolowany said...

Great pics;)

Chelsea Lane said...

that sounds like such a fun event! love all the photos you got :)


Style Eyes said...

Love the photo of you boxing. Looks like a really fun day. You look so different with your hair straight. I love it but I think your hair looks even better curly.

ana said...

Hi Sherin!! what a nice experience!!! you look lovely both with curly or straight hair ;)

Clare said...

Ahhh I LOVE your hair straight you look gorgeous. And you are so cute in your pink boxing gloves.

B a la Moda said...

Your stall was a great idea and the whole event looks like fun!

B* a la Moda

beingdena said...

Darling it was so lovely meeting you. The photos turned out amazing, going to email you them right now. Loved the boxing class :))

Hope to see you soon

Fayoona said...

DAAAAAAAAAAAAAMN. I never got to go boxing. lovely seeing you!

Tasha said...

Oh my gosh Sherin, I love your idea for your stall! What an awesome and unique idea! Love the little "ring" you had set up too!

Your hair looks amazing straight, and those cupcakes look so tasty! Looks like such a fun event!

Stacey said...

Hey hun! I was one of the Hair Mascots for this event- you gave me a boxing lesson :)

I've mentioned you in my link

Love your blog x

Lucy said...

Aah damn I never came to you to learn some skillssss! Damnit!
Ive finally posted about the day - i loved it! I noticed you getting really stuck in, doing the smelling test!
good job :)

John Klovt said...

This was a good suggestion that you put up here...dude…..hope that it benefits all the ones who land up here. 

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