I have been testing two organic skincare lines (28 days and counting) and want to spread the love. Both brands are British (whoop) and both have challenged me to think more about what I put on my skin. Why? Well, I would hazard a guess that
Happy new year! How are you faring so far? 😉 I started to miss my evening glass of wine today. It has been five days. How am I ever going to manage thirty-one?! I digress. I have been desperate to tell you about this incredible Cult Beauty Box by Caroline Hirons ever since the moment
U.S. brand Glossier launched in the UK roughly a month ago on 9th October 2017. I am embarrassed to tell you the date is now forever etched in my memory,
On Saturday I caught the train to Margate. Nothing strange about that you might think. But when I tell you I FOLLOWED ONE OF MY FAVOURITE* HAIRSTYLISTS THERE
As a makeup artist it would be somewhat amiss for me not to be interested in skincare and dermatology. After all, it is the very quality of our skin which determines how certain makeup items will sit. So imagine my excitement when one of my clients
If you’re over the age of thirty chances are you’ve had at least one facial in your life. How was it? Anything to write home about? Yup. I’ve had some shockers too.
I found myself watching a video last night of Charlotte Tilbury doing makeup on the lovely Nic Chapman (Pixiwoo).
I thought I knew everything there was to know about highlighting (or ‘strobing’ as it’s been recently rebranded *yawn*) but that was until I got chatting to Heidi at the Hourglass counter in Liberty last week.
In short, yes. But not as much as you think. A couple of Thursdays ago I was lucky enough to find myself watching the sun rise from the 35th floor of The Shard, inside the Shangri La Hotel (the view was incredible).
I can’t help but get very excited as the Oscars approach, racing to devour images from the red carpet as soon as I wake the morning after the night before.