I absolutely love a good pamper session, especially when it comes to popping on a face mask and chilling out for a while!
One of my 2018 highlights was being contacted by Dermalogica to work as one of their skinfluencers; which means I get to try out some of their products and tell you guys what I think about them!
You know there are certain moments when you feel like you’ve made it as a blogger and it’s never going to get any better? That’s pretty much how I felt when I was contacted by Pixi Beauty and asked if I wanted to try out their toners 🥰🥰🥰
We all know it’s the season for colds, flu and generally feeling run down so I’ve tried to find the perfect products to help me stay healthy this winter.
It’s also party season, time for families and getting closer to people than you generally would so I’ve also been testing out products to keep my mouth in tip-top condition for those awkward kisses with relatives and people you haven’t seen for years!
I wrote a post about my first HD brow appointment back in July. I was incredibly happy with the shape that Emily created for me and I’ve attempted to fill my brows in using her line ever since!!
I was recently contacted by the lovely Juliet at The Skin Studios who very generously offered me a complementary facial at her studio, which is situated within Clinic 33 in Salisbury Road, Hove.
If you’d said 10 years ago that I’d be interested in hand creams and body lotions, I would have probably laughed in your face. I mean, I did the occasional leg moisturising before a big date, but that was about it.
I used to get hand creams in my Christmas stockings and they were ungratefully shoved in a drawer until well past their use by dates and, once found years later, unceremoniously dumped in the bin.
I have incredibly sensitive skin (and rosacea) so I’m always on the look out for products that won’t irritate my face, but will still cleanse and moisturise well without causing my skin to go red and blotchy.
I’ve tried to cut down my make-up stash recently so I’ve gone through my products and tried them out to see if I still love them as much as I did when I bought them. As it turns out there are a few products that I’m no longer fond of and a few forgotten products that I’m re-loving, so I thought I’d share 4 of each, can you guess which ones are in which category??
It’s no secret that my eyebrows are a bit shit. I thought it was because I over-plucked them when thin brows were all the rage in the 1990s. It turns out it’s actually mostly genetics as all the women on my mum’s side of the family have barely-there brows!