Celebrity hairstylist Kristin Ess launched her cruelty-free haircare range in Boots back in 2019, but somehow it’s taken me until now to come across her luxurious products aimed at creating ‘modern, perfectly-imperfect hair’. Is this range fabulous enough to lure me away from waterless haircare?
With a product range up to 85% bio-sourced, natural origin, vegan and cruelty-free, award-winning Danish brand Nail Kind has only been around since 2017 but has already built a strong reputation for gentle formulas offering great performance and a fantastic range of shades.
The Inkey List has only been around since 2018, yet it’s already gained cult status. If you’re interested in skincare ingredients at an accessible price, this brand is for you: deciphering an ingredient list can be daunting so The Inkey List breaks it down.
The beauty empties series is back with a colourful mix of haircare, skincare and makeup. Without intending to I’ve managed to work my way through many recent favourites, from my vitamin C skincare staples to the best concealer I’ve found to date.
Caudalie’s hydration range Vinosource is rich in gape water to drench skin in moisture, like a big glass of water for your skin. Here I review a selection from the range, hoping to achieve a thirst-quenching feeling for my dull and dehydrated complexion.
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.