The beauty empties series continues with another minis instalment – after all they are the quickest beauty products to use up. Here I review some cult classics alongside some personal favourites, with a heavy skincare slant as always, but also some guest appearances in fragrance and haircare.
The next instalment of beauty book reviews offers a little twist: it’s beauty but not as you know it. From stepping away from unattainable beauty trends to beauty seen through the lens of a stand up comedian, here are three books that offer a different perspective.
The beauty empties series continues with a focus on pink products. That’s right, beauty products packaged in pale pink boxes, fuchsia caps and baby pink bottles. From a brightening mist to a skin protecting SPF, over 70% of this month’s empties are packaged in a shade of pink.
What is your beauty uniform? Fashion designers and politicians are regularly snapped in their fashion uniform, but how does that translate into beauty? Here I share time-saving tips and tricks to create a look that becomes part of your signature style.
I’ve been smashing my new year beauty resolution to read more beauty books. So after joining my very first book club 12 months ago, here are what my book recommendations would look like if I set up a beauty-dedicated book club.
The beauty empties series continues with a focus on brightening products I’ve recently come to the end of. From vitamin C cleanser to antioxidant serum and chamomile conditioner, many of this month’s empties work to brighten skin or hair.