Working in the beauty industry for me isn’t just a job, it’s a career. Which is why I continue to expand my beauty knowledge with an ever-growing reading list of beauty books. Here I share reviews of the three titles I enjoyed this month.
This has become a bit of a tradition, setting myself some new year beauty resolutions that I try to stick to. So let’s take stock of how well I’ve stuck to last year’s beauty resolutions and what’s in store for 2021.
Our rapidly changing habits throughout this year will have a direct impact on the beauty market in the coming months. Here are a handful of trend predictions on what beauty will look like in 2021, from safe beauty to customised skincare.
The once humble hand sanitiser has had a revamp, from basic hygiene product to a hybrid formula with skincare as well as bacteria-killing benefits. And it’s in small independent brands that I’ve seen the best launches, some of which I share here.
I was aiming for a strong makeup focus with this edition but again skincare seems to have somewhat taken over. And with my makeup routine being quite pared back, it’s amazing there are any empty cosmetics to show at all.
I have come to the realisation that when it comes to makeup and skincare, I have a slight obsession with radiance. This beauty result comes in many guises, so here are my latest empties of which a good few are glow-boosting products.