When it comes to cleansing, I’d say my tastes are pretty simple. I’m a wash off kinda gal – my face just never feels clean without a thorough rinse and I as long as my skin clean, I don’t ask for much more.
So to be honest, I did not expect to like this multi-benefit, anti-ageing cleansing balm from Elemis. Continue reading
Looking through my meagre selection of posts so far, it seems that exfoliation is something I rather harp on about. I think it’s because I love the feeling of totally clean skin.
I’ve had this sample of Dermalogica’s Daily Resurfacer in my skincare stash for a while and curiosity finally got the better of me. Unlike a traditional exfoliator, this isn’t a cream or powder. So what is it then? My best description is a moist little finger puppet. Continue reading
There are very few rules in makeup that you absolutely must abide by. One of them is using the right foundation. Unfortunately, there’s no holy grail product that everyone can use to get perfect results. It’s a very personal matter. But there are a few points that can help in making the right choice for you, to enhance, rather than mask, your complexion. Continue reading
Right now, it’s all about the brow.
No matter where you look in the beauty industry, there are new brow brands and products making an appearance. And while Cara’s Caterpillars may have had their day, I think it’ll be some time before brows lose their emphasis. For me, I’m not sure they ever will. Continue reading
As I’ve mentioned before, I’m partial to good old exfoliation session. I go on about the benefits here.
And I’ve decided that a weekly deep exfoliation is my preferred method.
So when I was given this Bliss Micro Magic Spa-Powered Microdermabrasion Treatment, I couldn’t wait to see what it would do for me.
BB creams stormed into makeup bags everywhere a few years ago. Originally from Asia, these Beauty Balm foundations brought a beauty revolution with their multi benefits in one product – namely foundation and skincare qualities.
‘You are what you eat’ goes the old saying. Not in the literal sense, obvs. But it is certainly true that what you put into your body has just as much, if not more, effect than what you put on your body.