As I look into what the next 12 months will bring us in terms of new beauty trends, some won’t come as a surprise, with an evolved take on the return to simple skincare routines and the growing focus on skin-protecting ingredients. So which one of these 6 trends will you be adopting in 2023?
One Percent for the Planet is an international organisation whose members contribute at least 1% of their annual revenue to protecting the environment. With 156 beauty brands signed up, you have more than enough to make an ethical choice. Here are my six beauty and wellbeing choices.
Once again vegan and cruelty-free Danish nail polish brand Nail Kind hit the right notes for their autumn winter hues, delivering a season-appropriate colour palette of rich and innovative nail polish shades, without ever succumbing to stereotypes.
One of the most searched for skincare ingredients in recent years, niacinamide is a must for blemish-prone, congested and oily skin, as it not only regulates sebum and minimises the appearance of pores, but also improves uneven skin tone and strengthens the skin barrier.
The rise of ingredient-led skincare has taken the beauty world by storm, and with adult acne on the rise, astringent chemical exfoliant salicylic acid has become a highly searched for skincare ingredient. I put Caudalie’s salicylic acid-enriched Vinopure range to the test.
I love a good beauty book, but even for a skincare obsessive like me, there are only so many ways you can be told how to wash your face. So in this book review I turn to three beauty titles that also expand beyond the classic realm of the beauty book.