My Lazy B**** meal for today is a tofu scramble! Another thats easy and customizable even for picky eaters! Oh, and theres protein.


  • Extra Firm Tofu
  • Pepper cut into bitesize pieces
  • Spinach
  • Oil
  • Nutritional Yeast
  • Other seasoning you fancy
(How much, you ask? Eyeball it!)

How to:
  1. Heat some olive oil in a pan on medium low while you chop up any veggies you're using
  2. Add veg to the oil followed shortly after by your crumbled up tofu
  3. Add in your nutritional yeast or other seasoning you fancy
  4. Cook on medium until the veggies start to crisp up or brown and the tofu is nice and coated in any juices
  5. Add your spinach last and stir a few more minutes
  6. Plate, season and enjoy!

Following the much awaited release of the Anastasia Beverly Hills stick foundations AND finding out they're vegan, you know i had to get my hands on some and show you them in action!

You can find them here (be sure to use ebates for cashback) and my review below!

Color Range

If you've seen anything about this release online, you'll know the color range is impressive to say the least. You can see some of the deeper shades used on their YouTube channel here if you'd like to see them in action as well as their color wheel below. Not only do they have an impressive foundation color range but they also have 3 contour shades and 1 highlight or banana shade.


The 9g of foundation is housed in a sleek black tube with gold accent that twists up easily. It feels pretty sturdy and smooth and i can't imagine would be prone to wear and tear.

The box it comes in is the typical black ABH packaging and you also get a little sheet inside explaining the product.


As you can see in the video, the application was very easy and blended out with a brush, sponge and my fingers. If your skin is particularly dry you might want to spritz your brush or sponge with a facial mist beforehand to make blending easier but for normal to oily skin, you should find it very easy.

The products layered well and i was able to get a medium to full coverage. You might find using a clean finger to blend it out for spot coverage to work well so you don't have to add another layer to the face.

They worked well as foundation and concealer so the product would be perfect for travel or on the go.

Staying Power

The product wore VERY well on my skin and i only set the t-zone with a little translucent powder, no baking! I got a slight sheen throughout the day but nothing that broke up the makeup or made it wear off quicker.

If you are a dryer skin type but choose to try this, you might want to mist your face with a hydrating spray throughout the day to keep it looking smooth.

I'd use this foundation for anything from every-day wear (apply over a great moisturizer or facial oil for a lighter coverage), studio work, a long day or night out because it looked just as great when i went to take it off as it did when first applied.

Overall i'm super impressed with this foundation and its really what i've been looking for in a stick foundation. Gorgeous packaging, great staying power and an incredible color range.
The only thing that might not work for some is that the formula is a dry one that works best on oily skin but like i said i think with the right prep/skincare, that could be easily remedied.

Got any questions? Leave them below!

Lots of you seem to like the lazy b**** meals i post to snapchat so i decided to turn it into a series. Heres my vegan primavera!


  • Pasta for 2 (i recommend spaghetti or bucatini and grabbing one of these if you're bad at guessing how much to use)
  • 1/2 Red onion, chopped
  • 4+ Garlic cloves, pressed
  • 10 Mushrooms peeled and sliced
  • 1 Zucchini sliced 
  • 12 Cherry tomatoes quartered
  • Vegan parmesan
  • Olive oil
  • Vegan butter
  • Braggs Seasoning
  • Red Pepper Flakes
  • Salt & pepper to taste
(these amounts are estimated because i just eyeball everything)

How to: 
  1. Put your water heating for the pasta and your oil and butter heating in a separate pan on medium heat.
  2. Add onion and garlic to your butter/oil mix, stirring occasionally until the onion becomes transparent.
  3. Add pasta to water and set timer (usually around 10 min if dried)
  4. Put a couple of pinches of chili flakes and braggs seasoning in with the onion/garlic before adding the mushrooms and zucchini too.
  5. Once the mushrooms and zucchini have started to soften, add in your cherry tomatoes.
  6. Strain pasta and add to the veggies with your vegan parmesan and turn the heat up to medium/high, stirring continuously for 2-3 minutes
  7. Serve. Add more parm if you like. Eat it!