Patisserie de Bain X Britain’s Next Top Model
A few months ago, I was invited to a top secret location in London for a very special occasion! I was desperate to tweet and Instagram it at the time, but due to the nature of the event, I had to keep quiet, which I’m sure you can all imagine, was crazy hard for me! Was was I doing? Well, I was spending the afternoon with Patisserie de Bain and the Britain’s Next Top Model, whilst the contestants were being shot for their latest challenge!
Patisserie de Bain
I am sure you have all seen me blog about Patisserie de Bain in the past. I love their products, they are super fun and smell insanely delicious. The collection is of course inspired by cakes and sweet treats, imagine Sugared Violets, Strawberry Cupcakes, Lemon Bon Bon and Cranberries and Cream to name just a few inspirations! Their hand creams are rich, sweet and leave your hands velvety soft and the shower cremes are indulgent and delicious, literally, the best way to start your day! If you have never tried their products before, I urge you to ASAP, personal favourites of mine include the Cranberry & Cream Shower Creme, the Rose Cupcake Soap and the Strawberry Cupcake Hand Cream. I’m also addicted to the entire Creme Patisserie collection! Oh and the Bath Tartlets make a great gift! Seriously, give them a go!
Britain’s Next Top Model
As part of the latest Britain’s Next Top Model series, Patisserie de Bain challenged the BNTM team to create a series of photoshoots which embodied the spirit of their products. Each girl was assigned one of their sweet signature scents and underwent a fruity make over, filled with pastel frilly clothes, coloured hair, fairytale like make-up and surrounded with oodles and oodles of cakes and treats! I spent the afternoon poking around backstage, taking photos of cakes, hair & make up sessions, products and of course, the models. Enjoy scrolling through all the photos and let me know if you spotted this photoshoot on the show!
Patisserie de Bain products are available from Superdrug and prices start at £3.99
This post has been sponsored by Patisserie de Bain, but as always, all opinions are my own!