Surrounded by photographs and magazine adverts of women looking beautiful with their no-makeup-looks, we are now in an age where we are constantly reminded of what ‘beauty’, on the face of it, looks like. Even growing up, there were the popular and pretty girls at school, surrounded by puppy dog-eyed boys and envious stares. At...Read More
Having suffered with sensitive skin my whole life, face masks have always been a no-go area for me, for fear of trying anything new. We often hear of beauty bloggers championing their benefits but with so many different types of mask out there; add into the mix different textures, lotions, potions and scents, and it soon...Read More
Comforted by the homely, luxurious decor my senses were heightened by the sounds, smells and tastes of Gazelli House, Gazelli Skincare’s latest venture. But as I sat, gold plated pen in hand, sipping my grapefruit infused mineral water I soon realised I was about to be outed as a fraud, as I attempted to answer...Read More
The first thing I think when I see a picture of anyone close to my age, is something along the lines of “lucky them with their clear skin” (occasionally with more anger and resentment). I understand that these girls are more often than not wearing makeup to cover up any spots or blemishes, but this then lead me...Read More
The aesthetics of a retail store can really change the way you feel about a brand, from colour to ambiance, the mood is set by visuals. So without further ado I’d like to some of the most visually pleasing beauty stores in London that are definitely worth a visit. Charlotte Tilbury, Westfield The Charlotte Tilbury store...Read More
Former Made in Chelsea star and PETA representative Lucy Watson has made a exciting debut in the world of cosmetics, launching Basic Bitch Cosmetics, a cruelty free, affordable range of lipsticks. “This has been a true labour of love and it was vital to me that the range is cruelty free so I’m delighted that Basic...Read More
Topical steroid addiction is a devastating condition believed to be affecting millions, and they don’t even know it. The addiction is defined by the origin of Red Skin Syndrome, in which the body develops a tolerance to topical steroid therapy (also known as corticosteroids), a treatment given to millions who suffer from eczema. The constant...Read More
We all know what it’s like: it’s Sunday afternoon, you’re feeling wonderfully full following your second helping of roast dinner, you’ve popped out for a nice country walk and now you’re at home, in the warmth, with a cup of tea in hand and you decide to have a little look on the ASOS ‘New In’...Read More
Our social media saturated existence nowadays means that we’re more exposed to where our products come from and also how they’re made. Gone are the days of our blissful ignorance, when our consumer choices were made solely on pretty packaging and sparkly advertisements. Whether or not we actively seek this type of information on the market’s...Read More
I don’t have too much experience with dying my hair. Apart from being ginger for a while as a teenager, I’m generally not brave enough to drastically change my appearance as I don’t particularly like being noticed. But recently I decided to take the plunge; dying your hair can be a small way to make...Read More
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