The beauty empties series is back with a little bit of everything. From shampoo and conditioner to serum and moisturiser, here I review the latest beauty products that together provide a full routine and that are making their way out of my bathroom and into the recycling bin.
I’m a big fan of applying makeup with fingers, until I started doing my makeup on my commute, and a few key tools quickly became indispensable. So when I discovered vegan and cruelty-free make-up brush brand Loella Cosmetics, I was excited to expand my beauty tool arsenal.
I’m rediscovering the simple pleasure of groomed nails thanks to London Grace. With 10 nail bars dotted around London and a comprehensive collection of vegan and cruelty-free shades, I trial 3 easy-to-wear shades to get my nails back in the game.
To celebrate the revamp of Caudalie’s bestselling Vinoperfect Radiance Serum I’m running a giveaway to win the entire range worth £170. Read on to find out what’s up for grabs and how to enter the giveaway – everything you need to tackle dark spots and uneven skin tone.
Who would’ve thought hand care could garner so much attention? The humble handwash you reach for on autopilot several times a day very much falls into the wash and go approach. From niche luxury to high street value, here is a selection of hand washes I’ve been using this past year.
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.