Anonymous asked: do you know how many chef hats tetsuya and quay are? :)
I believe they’re 2 chef hats x
Anonymous asked: fav fine dining places in Sydney with the best desserts? :D
-Tetsuya’s- amazing 10/10 food, dessert is okay
-QUAY- great food also like 8.5/10 but dessert was 11/10!
-BLACK By Ezard- overall 8/10
-Aria- overall 7/10
-Rockpool- overall 8.5/10
-Flying Fish- overall 8/10
-Glass Brasserie- overall 7/10
Anonymous asked: what languages can u speak
Anonymous asked: what are your favourite makeup products?
There’s seriously soo many. From the top of my head Chanel Vitalumiere Aqua, Maybelline FIT Me concealer, Laura Mercier translucent loose powder, NARS Laguna bronzer, Benefit Hoola bronzer, MAC Melba and Dainty blush, The Balm Mary Lou Manizer highlighter, NARS lipglosses, Tom Ford Brow Sculptor, Maybelline Illegal Length mascara, Clinique Lash Power mascara, Rimmel Stay Matte pressed powder, Too Faced Natural eye palette, Smashbox primer, Benefit Gimme Brow gel, NYX Beige Mega Shine lipgloss, Tom Ford lipsticks, Garnier BB Cream for oily skins, Urban Decay All Nighter setting spray, and loads more x
Anonymous asked: where are some places to go shop in sydney? thanks xx
Pitt Street Mall, Queen Victoria Building, Castlereagh Street has all the luxury brands, Paddington (oxford street), Bondi Junction Westfields, Bondi and Glebe Markets, Birkenhead Point x
Anonymous asked: do you know of any good hotels/apartments in Sydney to stay at for around 4 nights? :) not too pricey and in a good location ?
Meriton Apartments on Campbell Street. Few minutes walk from Central station, right next to Chinatown and a short stroll to Harbourside which is where IMAX, Chinese Gardens, Sydney Aquarium, The Star Casino etc is located. You can then also stay at the other Meriton Apartments on Kent Street, Pitt Street or World Square but they’re generally more expensive per night because the location is more central Sydney. I’d definitely recommend the one on Campbell Street because it’s only about 10 minutes walking distance to the central area where Pitt Street Mall is located, but you’re situated near a train station so you can use that and it’ll take you everywhere if you’re not bothered walking. Go on Tripadvisor and read the reviews for the Campbell Street one. I believe it’s the 3rd or top 5-10 of Sydney hotels! x
Anonymous asked: Which cars do you want ? :)
Which car do i want or which car am i buying? Haha because that’s two completely different things. I’d love to have something like a VW Golf GTI, but it’s too expensive for me as I’m buying the car with my own money. I’ve settled on buying the Toyota Corolla Ascent Sport in 2 weeks! Pretty excited! x
Anonymous asked: I mean this in the most non creepy way but your body is perfect! Would you mind sharing your diet/fitness regime?
Awww thank you!
I actually don’t diet or exercise HAHA but i probably should start. I’m just naturally skinny because I’m quite petite, standing at 156cm and i have a really fast metabolism.
I try to eat as healthy as i can like loads of water, fruit and veg, milk, etc and then once or twice a week i go for a quick jog. Sometimes i don’t even jog, depends how busy i am but i try to squeeze one jog a week. That’s as far as my diet and fitness goes.
I’d like to start exercising just to tone up my body, soooo we’ll see :) x
Anonymous asked: Is public transport in Sydney difficult? I heard you need a different ticket for trains and buses?! And is it expensive? Thank you Tina!
It’s not difficult. You can buy a MyMulti ticket which can be used on all public transports. Best to buy a weekly My Multi3 which can be used on all trains, buses and ferries in Sydney and it’s only $66 which is cheaper because a single ticket is around $5 each way and you get unlimited access. Just speak to the person that sells trains tickets and they can explain it to you. Alternatively, you can look online at there website here:
Anonymous asked: What foundation do you prefer, Bourjois Healthy Mix or Bourjois Happy Light? xx
Healthy Mix x
Anonymous asked: Do you know if the NLP swimwear is still available on the iconic? I don't see it? & what size are you wearing? It fits soo well on you xo
I believe it’s sold out now as I did purchase it about a month ago but only recently remembered i had it as i was flat out with work the week i received it HAHA i wear XS x
Anonymous asked: Hi Tina :) I'm planning a holiday over Xmas for my bf and I and would like to go somewhere like Melbourne or Qld (from Sydney-never been interstate) but I don't know how to plan it. Any advice in terms of flights and booking hotels and recs? I'm hoping to go for a about 6 days.
In terms of booking hotels, try booking through Hotel Club, Otel, Expedia and similar as they always have coupon codes so you end up saving 5-15% off the total accom price which is a great saving! In terms of flights, Jetstar is probably the best company to go with. Not as expensive as Virgin and Qantas, however just as good and definitely more reliable than Tiger Airways. Jetstar usually always has sales as well, so try to sign up to all the major airlines newsletters to be informed. Tripadvisor will be your best friend when planning any sort of trip. The reviews are real and honest from other travellers, and some don’t skimp on the details as well, so definitely have a read through other people’s reviews before making a booking for a hotel or planning an activity. Melbourne and GC are two completely different cities. If you’re after sun and adrenaline, visit the GC. If you’re more into culture, good food and shopping, then visit Melbourne x
Anonymous asked: what are some tourist attractions in Sydney worth going to? :) going as a couple, so 'couply" things are preferred :D thank you hun
Listed are some things that I’ve personally enjoyed doing or heard really good things about from friends or family, so hopefully you’ll like them too!
-Visiting our iconic Darling Harbour and having a look at the Harbour Bridge and Opera House. If you’ve got the time and funds, even do a Harbour Bridge Climb, the view is beautiful. You can then also have a little picnic near the Opera House as there’s a park nearby. The Rocks is also nearby Darling Harbour, which is worth having a stroll around as well. You can take photos right under the Harbour Bridge!
-Hunter Valley which is our “wine country” I’m going there this weekend but have heard SO many good things about it, i feel as though I’ve already been there! They have wine tasting and vineyard tours, cheese shops, a lovely Storybook Garden, you can hot air balloon as well. If you’re visiting anytime before Christmas, they currently have an amazing Christmas lights display going on atm in the gardens
-Tarango Zoo which is a no brainer. You have to go there! Take the ferry there as you get a nice view and breeze flowing through your hair. The animal shows are very cute so something that you’d both enjoy
-Our other attractions along Harbourside which is the Sydney Aquarium, Wildlife World and Madame Tussad’s. They’re all conveniently located next to each other and you can purchase a cheaper ticket if visiting all 3 attractions
-Luna Park! Of course you take the ferry there as well, so again nice views and a fun time you’ll have when you’re there. They close at night as well so a good time to go is the afternoon to night time as the ferris wheel will have good views!
-Bondi Beach!!! If you’re into fancy lunches or dinners, then I’d highly recommend making a reservation at Icerbergs Dining Room. It overlooks the beach and Rihanna herself dined there when she was in Sydney a few years ago!
-A dinner cruise on Captain Cook Cruises or similar. It takes you along the harbour at night, so the Opera House views are amazing and the cruise also has entertainers
-Royal Botanic Gardens
-Taking a ferry to Manly. There’s a scenic walkway which has lovely views. You can then also parasail there, or have lunch at Hugo’s. The beach there is also nice
-Art Galley if you’re into that?
-Queen Victoria Building which is one of the best shopping experiences and the building is beautiful. Other places for shopping you can visit is Pitt Street Mall, Bondi Junction Westfields and then we’ve got really good markets in Bondi and Glebe
-The Star Casino because, why not HAHA
-The new Wet N Wild which is opening next week! It’s not in Sydney, more in the West but will be worth going to!
If that list isn’t what you’re after, I can think of more things but that pretty much sums up the popular Sydney attractions x
Anonymous asked: what colour are you in the Bourjois foundation? & is it a good match to your skin shade/tone? Curious to try it x
I answered a similar question below x