Top 3 Liquid Highlighters

Hello loves, since my Top 3 Powder Highlighters post I’ve had a few requests and questions asking me about liquid and cream highlighters! Now when I first started using liquid highlighters, I had such a nightmare and it’s taken me a long time to find the perfect formulas that wont slide around my face and move the rest of my make up around where it need not be going! So I hope this post will give you some guidance on liquid highlights…

Above are my swatches, Nyx top, then L’Oreal and last Chanel.


  • Soleil Bronzer – Chanel

I’ve mentioned this product before on my Festive Faves post, but I couldn’t help but bring it back for this post, it is honestly my favourite liquid highlighter. It doesn’t smear or smudge on the skin, it sits perfectly on top of make up which makes the £30 price tag a little easier to swallow. Beautiful golden toned shimmer that lasts all day long, it matches perfectly with the Soleil de Tan Bronzer also by Chanel.


  • Liquid Illuminator – NYX

At Only £7 a pop, NYX is the most purse friendly highlight out of the 3. But don’t be fooled by the low price point because this liquid will give you series glow factor. I’ve had this highlighter about 4 months now and use it pretty regularly underneath my powder highlights because it really gives a gorgeous dewy sheen on the skin.



  • True Match Highlight – L’Oreal

Probably the most natural looking of the 3, L’Oreal brought out this highlighter mid last year and I’ve heard many great things about it since then. It’s a beautiful soft golden shine that lasts all day and is amazing for highlighting under the brow bone as it doesn’t smudge or run into my brow products.


I hope you guys find this useful if you’re looking for a new liquid based highlighter, honestly these 3 are totally worth the hype, they’re fantastic products that truly deserve a place in your make up collection! Let me know what your favourite liquid highlighters are so I can go buy more lol! Thanks for the read,

Coral xo


L.A Girl Pro Conceal Review

Hi loves, L.A Girl concealers have really blown up this last year so thought I’d do a little post to give you an idea of what they’re like! Swatches are near the end 🙂

I have 3 of the colour correcting concealers in Orange, Green & Yellow as well as my contour colour in Toast and the lighter shade in Creamy Beige and Pure Beige which coincidentally they are nowhere to be found! The past part is, colour correcting is actually a real scientific thing people and if used right it can work wonders for your skin…

Colour Wheel
  • Orange: Covers dark circles. Late night? Grab your orange concealer and get covering those bags, or any other spots with deep discolouration. Hint: Works best on medium/dark skin tones.
  • Green: Covers redness/blemishes. Now green is directly across red in the colour wheel, so if you’ve a giant spot use a green concealer to neutralize the red and blend that blemish away.
  • Yellow: Hiding blue/purple patches. Perfect for paler skin, any dark undertones can now be banished away with a yellow concealer. Depending on your skin tone, you could even get away with using a yellow concealer as eye primer.

Here is an exert from the L.A Girl website:                                                                                “Crease-resistant, opaque coverage in a creamy yet lightweight texture. The long-wearing formula camouflages darkness under the eyes, redness and skin imperfections. Provides complete, natural-looking coverage, evens skin tone, covers dark circles and minimizes fine lines around the eyes”

Truth be told, they’re not lying either! I’ve loved these concealers for a long while now, the formula stays at day, doesn’t crease underneath my eyes and most importantly they are so easy to blend in with your foundation. Even the colour correctors sit perfectly on top of clean skin. Each concealer currently retails for £5.00 on Beauty Bay, and I think they also sell on Amazon for the same price.


For the sake of a fiver this product is something everyone should have in their kit, whether your crazy into make up or just into the practical side, try it out – you won’t be disappointed. I highly recommend these concealer for colour correcting, contouring and general concealing all that stuff we all deal with. I hope you’ve found this a useful little guide not only into the products but also a little help with colour correcting – I know it sounds daunting but just practice and you’ll make it perfect!

Let me know if there are any concealers you couldn’t live without! Thanks for the read,

Coral xo




Recent Beauty Purchases

Hello loves! So last week I was in London and obviously Covent Garden was one of my first stops. I just love it there, there’s honestly something for everyone and it’s the best place to people watch. Between the boutiques and coffee shops there are some gorgeous make up outlets in Covent Garden, so naturally there I went, and stayed pretty much the whole morning. I managed picked up a few amazing and long awaited products whilst there so thought I’d share them with you today…


First on the list was Charlotte Tilbury. Surprisingly I’ve actually not owned products from Charlotte before now, and I really can’t think why because the packaging and quality of her products are outstanding and every time I tried any of my friends products from her I loved them so I definitely had a dumb minute not buying from her previously.

Anyway, as it was my birthday a few months ago my gorgeous sister bought me the Very Victoria lipstick as a belated present and I’ve worn it every day since! I’ve had so many compliments on the colour and although it doesn’t last all day long, I don’t mind reapplying as I have an excuse to whip out the stunning rose gold packaging!



Next up is Kiko, I’ve been a massive fan of Kiko’s products for a long time now well since they opened up a store in Leeds near me a couple of years ago actually. For probably the best part of a year I’ve been waiting for the highly sought after Water Eyeshadow in 208 but Leeds literally NEVER had any in stock boo so when I walked in at Covent Garden, the golden square of luminosity caught my eye instantly. I walked round the store raving to my sister how much of a big deal this product was and sure enough a few days ago she text me saying she had major fomo for the product and had gone back and bought her own! Don’t blame her either, it’s a beautiful product and gives that stunning wet look highlight.

I also picked up a couple of new eye pencils in the sale. I grabbed shades 805 & 812, the first is a really vibrant purple and 812 a glittery green shade. Both super pigmented and really long lasting in the waterline. Last product from Kiko is this cream eyeshadow pen. It’s a really pretty subtle pink with a hint of glitter, looks super nice at the inner corner of the eye.

Above: From top: Kiko Water Shadow, Kiko Cream Shadow, Charlotte Tilbury Lipstick, Primark Lip liner, Primark Eyeliner, Kiko Purple & Green Liner. Left- No flash, Right- With flash.

Next up we have Mina, which inside the store looks a lot like Kiko and has the same price point too. I hadn’t heard of this brand before then but I’m so glad we found it because I am in love with the products. The girls that worked there were so so sweet and let me try on literally every product they sold, even lent me some brushes and just sat and chatted with us whilst I pretty much redid all my make up in their store haha!

I bought the lengthening mascara (so good), this burnt orange shade eyeshadow (super pigmented) that was only £4.80 for this giant pan which is amazing and finally and probably my favourite purchase of all, this truly stunning glittery pink toned cream eyeshadow that I have honestly loved incorporating into my everyday make up. It has slight flecks of sliver glitter that really stand out on the lid and best thing is it doesn’t crease on the eye after a few hours… I’ve already ordered more colours.


Above: Mina Cream Shadow & Powder Shadow. Left- without flash. Right- with flash flash

Finally I have a couple of small purchases from Primark’s beauty range I picked up when I was home from London. First I got another of the Lip liner’s in Toffee, which I have been using for the best part of a year now, it’s actually really pigmented and smooth to apply. Same with their kohl eyeliners, I have a black one which is great (does smudge easily though) so decided to try out this really light cream colour in Wide Awake, just to brighten up my waterline and it works really well. For £1 each you can’t fault it.

Right final product because I’ve actually rambled on for way too long now but I just had to mention this product! The Bourjois Healthy Mix concealer, and it’s is soo good! It’s amazing coverage and lasts all day if set properly.


Okay so that is everything beauty related that I’ve bought this past week, I’m in love with every single product and for once I actually don’t regret buying any of them! I highly recommend Covent Garden for shopping if you’re in London, it’s such a stunning place with so much to offer. Make sure you check out Mina too, I’ve been actually blown away by the quality of products so you won’t regret it! Hope you guys enjoyed this post and maybe found something new to try! Thanks for the read,

Coral xo

L’Oreal True Match Highlight Review

Hi beauties, today I’ve got a little highlighter review on the 2 powder highlighter compacts L’Oreal brought out some time ago. I’ve not really seen these raved about in the beauty community so I remembered I’d bought them when they were first out and I’ve decided to do a quick post with some swatches to show you guys just in case you haven’t seen them anywhere!

L’Oreal bought out 2 shades of powder highlight to add to the ever growing True Match collection. I love L’Oreal in general and especially the True Match foundation, it’s really lightweight and the coverage is pretty good so I had quite high hopes for these highlights.

The first highlight is a real cool toned, icy highlight. Undertones of blue & iridescent silver really stand out on the tops of cheekbones when applied with a brush. Icy Glow is my favourite out of the two and is a little bit like the Mary-Lou Manizer. My only down point with this highlight is that it really does make any blemishes stand out where applied on top. So if you’ve woken up with a pesky red spot on your cheek then I’d give this a miss until it’s cleared up.

Secondly we have Golden Glow. Like the name, this highlighter is a luminous blend of 4 tan colours that mix together perfectly for a healthy finish. This powder really emphasizes your natural skin colour and looks stunning on more tan skin. If you’re wanting a real pop of colour with these highlights then I’d recommend applying with a touch of Fix+ or some other kind of spray just to wet the brush a little.


Exert from L’Oreal’s website:                                                                                                                    “A collection of 4 iridescent powder highlighters in one product which blend effortlessly together. Highlight features and key areas or use all over to illuminate skin. Ultra fine pigment and highly blendable formula”

Above photo: Left- no flash. Right- with flash.

These highlights currently retail for £7.99 each in Superdrug, which for a highlighter it’s a petty decent price point! L’Oreal is an amazing drugstore brand, the prices are always so low compared to the quality of product you receive and I for one love these highlighters just as much as my high end highlights. The compact also includes a little mirror and brush underneath the product, super handy for on the go.

Anyways I hope this post opened your eyes up to a highlighter that definitely isn’t raved about enough as it should be, so if you liked the look of the swatches, go grab yours!

Thanks for the read,

Coral xo



My Top 3 Social Beauty Influences

Hello loves, 2016 was such an amazing year for so many people in the beauty industry. I’ve watched brands and influences grow into huge successors of their work and its really great to see their hard work pay off. So in honour to some of the people that have influenced me personally last year, I’ve decided to make a post explaining why I’m so obsessed with them…

As the beauty queen of Dubai, Huda Kattan has nurtured the HudaBeauty brand growing a fan base quite like no other. Starting out as a blogger in 2010, she really has worked her way into a lifestyle many of us can only dream of, I mean just imagine being sent all the beautiful make up everyday and needing an entire closet to store it in!

From lashes to lips, Huda is currently ruling the beauty empire through her social media with hundreds of thousands of eager beauty enthusiasts using the #hudabeauty hashtag in hope of a repost. Last year her latest product was the Huda Beauty Rose Gold Palette. Consisting of 18 colours packed with the purest pigmentation a girl can only dream of, this palette is enough to make any make up follower go insane. I think one of the main points that makes Huda and her family so popular is their extremely likable personalities and is one of my most cherished Snapchat accounts, posting not only honest reviews but also posting her day to day life is very entertaining and only takes 20 seconds for us to die with jealousy!


MannyMua is no doubt one of the most influential males in the beauty industry right now. Starting off as a MAC make up artist, he now boasts over 2 million subscribers on his YouTube channel, posting weekly tutorials showing off that glam he does so well. I think the main thing that attracted me to Manny’s channel at first was his incredible beliefs as, like Manny I think its so incredibly important for males in the beauty industry to receive just as much recognition as women, and he is definitely contributing to that along with his fabulous friends to name a few: Patrick Star and Jeffree Star (velour liquid lip come at me!).

Manny really has created something he should be proud of last year and even looking past his hilarious almost diva attitude,  its clear to see through his videos and social media he has a heart full of total gold. I’m also such a huge Make up Geek Cosmetics fan so you can be sure that when Manny’s collab palette was announced I literally squealed in excitement, his palette is so beautiful and such a well thought out colour range, as MUG always do and I’ve found myself reaching for this palette on the daily! Manny really has become my favourite YouTube icon this last year, and I’ve truly enjoyed watching him flourish online and watching his talents and resume grow! Also, It’s amazing to see him become Maybelline’s first EVER male beauty ambassador. Such an amazing achievement Manny, well done!



At the forefront of beauty innovation, Nikki has taken the internet by storm creating beauty challenges that have been followed and praised by creators alike. A great fact is that Nikki actually used to be the one watching YouTube videos and following trends, how amazing she must feel to have grown so much throughout the past 7 years and now be the one setting trends. My love for Nikki really started to grow earlier last year when she released a video called The Power of Make Up.

Throughout the video, she addressed the hard hitting facts about beauty enthusiasts being too afraid to admit their passion for beauty due to public and internet trolls shaming them! After going full glam on just half her face and leaving the other bare, she explained how important it is to love yourself and be proud of who you are, no matter who you are, what you do or what you believe in. With the video currently at 33 million views, Nikki has been showered with praise from the internet community and has even released her own palette in a collab with Too Faced Cosmetics adequately named The Power of Make Up palette.


The people I’ve mentioned are my the people who have personally influenced my life last year, whether that be through their amazing values or incredible tutorials and I’m truly thankful to them for putting their experiences on the internet for make up artists and enthusiasts to follow. Anyway guys, thanks so much for giving this a read I really appreciate it, leave me a comment on here or Instagram, I want to know your favourite influences of 2016! Thanks for the read,

Coral xo

Surviving Valentines

So another year has come round and with it another Valentines Day. This year, as like last I’m single. Don’t get me wrong I actually feel ok about being single, I do sometimes think yeah it would obviously be nice to be a pair but then I remember I have a king size bed to myself and don’t have to share food so? Yeah I’m good just being me.

However I know there’s a lot of women and men that don’t have the same Valentines outlook as me! So I’ve decided to write a mini survival guide to the dreaded February 14th. I for one will be on holiday this year, I’m going to Barbados with my sister and I cannot wait! This guide is a mix on things to do on your own or even with people if you’re lucky enough to know other single people. Enjoy…

Go for a drive

I know this sounds so generic but whether you’re alone or with friends, going for a drive somewhere planned or totally random can sometimes end up being a fantastically, hilarious day! Last year one of my best friends and I were both single so we just went shopping, got a shit ton of junk food and went for like a 2 hour round trip. We blasted our favourite songs and made jokes about all the loved up couples we saw. After a while we pretty much forgot what day it was and just enjoyed ourselves!

Have a movie day

Movies, duvet, popcorn. If the thought of even leaving the house on Valentines Day is enough to break your little heart in two then don’t bother. Stay home, relax, catch up on that series you’ve been meaning to watch. Watch all your favourite movies, even invite over a friend and share the love.

Overtime at work

If you really don’t want to be at home procrastinating about Valentines and don’t hate your job (lucky), then why don’t you offer yourself up for overtime. There’s bound to be hours going for the people who have booked the day off. It’ll get you in your bosses good books and you’ll earn a little extra cash to spend on yourself!

Catch up

Use the 14th as a catch up day for the things you’ve been putting off for a while. Whether you’re at School, University or working you’re most likely going to have some sort of work to be catching up on. If you’ve got chores to do, get them done! You’ll feel better for it. If you’ve been meaning to make something or have an inkling for cooking/baking then grab your ingredients and spend the day making delicious eats.


This one is definitely more catered to myself! I love organising, cleaning and sorting shit out in general so this would have me sorted for a week never mind just one day. But it may work in your favour if you’re not the tidiest of them all! If you’ve been waking up to an overflowing wardrobe, clean it out, donate to charity or friends. Organising can make such a different to not only the space you live but also your own mind and positivity.


So there are my tips to surviving Valentines Day if you’re single and not sad about it! I think we’re all guilty for getting sucked up into social expectations sometimes that we forget its ok not to have a significant other and its ok if we want to be alone for a while.

I think everybody needs the opportunity to figure out what they want in life, and how we want to be treated by others. Valentines if you’re single shouldn’t be a sad day, it should be a day to celebrate your independence and relationships with family or friends instead!

Try not to dread Valentines Day! Thanks for the read,

Coral xo

Jeffree Star Cosmetics: Holiday Velour Liquid Lipticks

So on Sunday morning I was scrolling through Beauty Bay and saw Jeffree Star’s Winter 16 Holiday Collection Liquid Lipsticks on sale at £11.20! So you better know I was ready to pick up all them, now Sunday was the day before pay day for me so I could only afford 2 at that time, I’ve been on again this morning as writing (Monday – payday yay) and the sale has finished and the Holiday collection has vanished from Beauty Bay!

I’m so gutted I didn’t manage to get the whole collection but anyway the 2 lovely shades I did manage to pick up have just arrived now so thought I’d show you some swatches!


As you can see Jeffree’s Liquid Lipsticks are always super pigmented and they really do last all day long without being drying on the lips. His products are a credit to him in my opinion and I can honestly say I’ve not once bought a product from him that I haven’t been totally in love with! Okay so below are the swatches of Sagittarius (left) and Chrysanthemum (right).


I got so frustrated taking this swatch photo, because you really can’t see how beautiful a colour Chrysanthemum is! The pinky/peachy nude colour has these tiny little flecks of gold that really stand out when on the lips and in certain lights but unfortunately my camera wasn’t able to pick it up!

Either way, if you can still get your hands on these shades either on Beauty Bay or Jeffree Star Cosmetics official website then I highly recommend doing so! If not, try out some other of his products, they’re fantastic quality and at a fair price point of £16 each normal price. Totally worth it, because I guarantee you’ll be wearing them everyday!

Thanks for the read,

Coral xo

Top 3 Powder Highlighters

If like me you’re a highlighter queen and don’t leave the house without gleaming cheekbones then this post is for you. Here are my top 3, ride or die, best in the world powder highlighters. These are products I use every single day and have purchased and repurchased over the years. Enjoy!

Mary-Lou Manzier- The Balm

The Balm are well known for their outgoing names and cheeky puns. But also known for the immense quality products. I may be wrong but my guess is the Mary-Lou has got to be their best selling product. I’ve gone through about 3 of these compacts over the years, it’s not so subtle golden silver glow is enough to melt all your woes away. It is honestly my go to, number 1 highlight. 4 compacts later, I’m still in love. Currently £17.49 for 8.5g  in Superdrug.

Soft & Gentle – Mac Cosmetics

I mean if you didn’t guess this would be on the list then what are you doing here. Just kidding, I know S&G is quite highly sought after and raved about a lot in the beauty world but it’s for good reason! This highlighter gives a gorgeous soft pinky hued glow that lasts all day and blends perfectly into the rest of your make up.My only slight query with this highlighter is that it’s super powdery so sometimes I feel a bit like I’m losing a lot of product. Currently £24 for 10g in Debenhams.

Naked Illuminated Aura – Urban Decay

This was one of the first powder highlighters I ever bought, I’ve now been through 2 boxes and still love it, it’s the kind of highlighter that is almost just like sheer glitter and I love it! Whether used on its own for a glittery pop or over another highlighter to give an actual sheen that could be seen from space – it always does the trick. I’ve recommended this to so many of my friends and clients throughout the years, there’s also two other shades of this highlight now and both are equally as pretty. Currently £22.50 for 6g in Debenhams.


Below are swatches with and without flash of the products. Top is Mary-Lou, middle if Soft & Gentle and lastly Urban’s Aura.

So there we go my top 3 highlighters in powder formula. If you were considering purchasing any of these products then I hope my swatches and comments help with your decision. I would recommend these products in a heartbeat, they’re all honestly great and not crazy expensive either so you’re not going to be breaking the bank here!


Let me know you’re favourite highlighters because I’m always on the lookout for new products! Thanks for the read,

Coral xo

PUR Limited Edition Palettes

Hello loves, so a couple of weeks ago on Beauty Bay I saw they were marketing a Beauty Bay exclusive with Pur, offering a 2 limited edition palette set for just £27 and well obviously I bought it. Now I actually forgot I had this until I was on Beauty Bay again this week and the set has gone into the sale for £13.50 so I thought I’d do a quick swatch and tell for you just in case you’re debating the purchase!

First off then we have the Midday Mirage Cheek Palette offering 6 shades in total. 2 bright blushes, a highlight and bronzer and then 2 supposed highlights or maybe bronzer or shadow, I’m not too sure?! Whatever they are, they’re stunning and the pigmentation is great.

In the Day Dream, Day Look Eye Shadow Palette we have 8 shadow options including 2 cream tones, 3 mauvey hued shadows, 2 rose tones and my favourite – Reverie, beautiful brown toned nude with small flecks of gold. Both palettes contain a mirror making this perfect for carrying on the daily or travelling.

These are the very first products I’ve used from Pur and honestly, I do really like the colours of the product and the packaging is very clean and fresh looking but I feel like pigmentation could have been a little stronger in a select couple of the eye shadows. I love colours like Whisper but unfortunately it took so many attempts to build up the kind of pigmentation both with my finger on swatches and also with a blending brush on my eyes.

However I don’t have a bad word to say about the face palette, the colours are stunning, the Trance bronzer is my favourite, it’s a beautiful warm toned colour and had great pigmentation.I’m not sure if Imagine (bottom right) is intended as eyeshadow or not but that’s what I’ve been using it for as it complements blue/green eyes nicely.

In case you were wondering, Pur is they are a cruelty-free company. They claim to never test on animals and that the majority of their products are paraben and gluten free as well as being vegan friendly. This is great for me I’ve been doing a lot of research lately into cosmetic testing on animals so it makes me really happy when I can contribute to a cruelty free brand like Pur.

Overall, I like both palettes and I’m going to try get a lot of use out of them. For only £27 I think they’re really good value and can’t wait to try more of their products in the future. I hope these swatches are clear enough for you to gain an insight into the quality of Pur’s products and has helped you if you’re considering purchasing anything from Pur! If anyone has this let me know how you get on with it! Thanks for the read,

Coral xo

January 17 Netflix Picks

Hello dears today I have something a little further away from beauty. I’ve had Netflix for the best part of about 3 years now and use it daily, there’s so many great shows and films available easily accessible from almost anywhere. I’ve seen so many different series big and small over the years, many being a total hit but also some being a real miss. So today I’m going to share with you my top picks available on Netflix as of January 2017! Grab some popcorn and make a list, because some of these shows are addictive!

Zoo, 2015


First we have a series I only recently discovered thanks to a recommendation by my Dad. Zoo is a 13 part thriller drama set in the present day as unexplained, violent animal begin to take place across the globe. Zoo shows a small group of people on the hunt for a cure- a cure to stop all humankind being abolished by the animal kingdom. Intrigued? You should be, from the world go I was addicted to this series, it’s one of those drama’s that sound so ridiculous when you read the plot but once you begin watching it’s one of the most gripping, spectacular shows I’ve seen for a long time. Zoo was initially shown on CBS which I don’t have here in the UK, I’m just hoping they will explore the very large open door left wide when series 1 ended.

Jane the Virgin, 2014

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Set in Miami, Jane the Virgin focuses on the unexpectedly unlucky life of Jane Villanueva. Originally a young, religious hard working woman whose family vow to save her virginity until marriage is compromised when she is mistakenly artificially inseminated by her Doctor. Although it may seem the events are quite serious, the show parodies common devices used in original Latin telenovelas. This give the CW series a great satirical rom-com feel and in spite of some sad moments, it’s generally quite a happy heartwarming show. Award winning Jane Rodriguez and Justin Baldoni have amazing chemistry throughout and expect many twists and turns throughout Anthony Mendez’s clever narration.

 A Series of Unfortunate Events, 2017


I actually binge watched this series last weekend, having read the books when I was younger it was nice to see a Netflix Original reboot of Lemony Snickit’s brilliant books. Despite it’s obviously unfortunate events, all the mishaps are shown the lighthearted black-comedy. Now the cast of this season is fantastic, both starring and producer Neil Patrick-Harris is a credit to his work here and the young actors portray fantastic characteristics to those of the original books. We are also treated to narration from the soothing voice of  Patrick Warburton. His calm collective, insights to the story give the show a something extra suspense. The first season insights into the first 4 of Snicket’s books, and is also in planning of a second series adapting up to the eighth book, and a third season is expected to complete the story.

Ru Paul’s Drag Race, 2009-present


This show has to be one of the most flamboyant, outgoing and damn right hilarious shows out there. I have to credit Ru Paul and the producers for creating a content that immediately puts a smile on your face. When I first started watching the show, I thought that it pretty much has the same plot as America’s Next Top Model, which admit I used to watch religiously, now if you liked Top Model then trust me you will love Drag Race. There’s currently 8 seasons as well as 2 All Stars seasons that show past Queens battling out to be America’s next drag superstar. Just watching the make up artistry skills the contestants have is enough to keep me watching but expect daunting weekly challenges, bitchy arguments, OTT lip syncing and the most fabulously daring outfits you’ll ever see. Ru Paul is the most fabulous of them all in this feel good show. My favourite is Season 6!


Now don’t get me wrong I loved the likes of Pretty Little Liars, Orange is the New Black and Prison Break (Wentworth Miller, duh?) and found most them very enticing and addictive but the shows I’ve mentioned in detail above are some of the picks that I don’t think have been as mainstream or popular so try them out and let me know what you think! I sent my recommendations to my colleagues at work and the best feedback came from Zoo! Hope this give you some Netflix inspiration, thanks for the read,

Coral xo