With local lockdowns looming over many of us, hitting the shops to pick up some of our beauty favourites is quickly becoming a thing of the past. Although the world of online has kept my regime flowing, I’ve struggled to incorporate new products in fear of getting it wrong.
Thankfully, Selfridges are now offering virtual beauty concierge appointments and I was thrilled when they invited me to take part.
I recently wrote a blog post on why I’ve started to opt for vegan beauty products after noticing a significant improvement in my skin. On my quest for natural and cleaner ingredients, I’ve also started to learn more of the benefits of choosing paraben-free. Despite the ability to increase a product’s shelf life, parabens can be potentially harmful.
Here’s the lowdown on why I’m switching to paraben-free.
Created by hairstylist Jen Atkin – who’s responsible for maintaining the locks of the Kardashians, Bella Hadid and Jessica Alba (just to name a few) – Ouai has become one of the hottest haircare brands out there right now. And as someone who struggles to tame their long, frizzy locks I decided to put some of their products to the test.
The vegan beauty products market is expected to boom over the next five years. This is due to an ever-growing demand for natural and pure ingredients, as well as ethical and environmental concerns. But what does it actually mean to choose a vegan beauty alternative, and is it really better?
Although many of us have our go-to makeup routines, we’ll often follow new trends and find ourselves experimenting with different tools and techniques. Last year I decided to mix things up, and completely removed a popular makeup product from my daily routine. However, I’ve recently reintroduced it, and now i’m wondering why I ever stopped!
So you’ve finally started to invest in your skincare routine and you’re feeling pretty smug with all your fancy serums and acids sitting proudly in the bathroom cabinet. But is your skin really getting everything it needs?!
All I want in life is a volumising, lengthening and smudge-proof mascara – is that too much to ask for? Well, it appears so, as my inbox was filled with tales of similar struggles when asking this question on my Instagram.
So in true blogger fashion, I took one for the team and I’ve spent the last six months trying A LOT of mascaras. Whilst it still seems the holy grail does not exist, I have some favourable recommendations, along with mascaras that I wouldn’t touch with a bargepole!
Good skin truly is the secret behind any flawless finish, which is why i’ve been investing a lot in my skincare lately. Find out what products I’ve been applying each morning…
Believe it or not, when I was younger, I actually had brows that could have given Cara Delevinge a run for her money. However, years of over plucking and pulling at my brows left them thin and uneven.
I’d thought about getting them microbladed for a while, but feared the unnatural tattooed effect. However, after LOTS of research, I decided to book in with Zara at The White House Clinic.
All I want for Christmas is glowing skin! If you’re looking to treat yourself to some new beauty products, but aren’t too sure what to ask for, don’t worry – I’ve got you covered!