In this year’s sustainable Christmas beauty gift guide I review the brands and products taking steps in the right direction to reduce packaging and make it easier for us to reduce, recycle, reuse.
After 15 years of beauty industry experience, I finally feel confident enough to consider myself a beauty expert. The authors of the beauty books reviewed here are all experts in their field, built from years of learning through personal experience, from their career, or both.
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.
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.
Welcome to the next instalment of the #beautyinsider Q&As, where you can read about how beauty experts got into their field of work. This month’s guest is Sue Campbell, Founder of vegan solid haircare brand Kind2.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted about beauty empties so here’s a special end-of-summer edition, reviewing the sample and full-size products I managed to finish whilst on holiday, from a French pharmacy cleanser to the mandatory suncare.