October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we all have a responsibility to contribute what we can- beauty bloggers and brands included. This year, so many beauty brands have launched limited edition versions of their cult products with a percentage going to charity. I am forever sharing my favourite products and beauty routines with you so I hunted down 5 of my go-to products that will contribute to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation when purchased this month. View Post
Last week, I wrote all about masks, my current obsession with them and which ones I use when. It didn’t make sense to include sheet masks in the same post; they are a whole entity of their own! Koreans know a thing or two about skincare and the rest of us have only just noticed in recent years. We have become obsessed with their skincare regimes and one aspect of it that has taken the beauty world by storm are sheet masks.
Thanks to my job, I am always discovering new things and am forever adding to my beauty regime. One such thing that I have taken great pleasure in the last couple of months is masking. Masking is using a face mask- often just one, but sometimes I multi-mask- with a glass of wine, a beautiful candle burning and a good book. My research into the Best Face Masks has been super enjoyable and has become somewhat of a ritual, these are my findings… View Post
This week sees the launch of Aveda Tulasara Skin Care: advanced science; Ayurvedic wisdom; balanced beauty. Tulasara is Sanskrit for ‘moving toward balance’. According to Ayurveda, we are all compromised of five elements: infinity, air, fire, water and earth- and moving toward a balance between these elements is key in achieving an optimum state of well being. View Post
Cannes is the place to be over the summer and it seems so in particular this year; even the cast of Made In Chelsea were seen relaxing and partying their summers away in the beautiful city. Located on the French Riviera, it is most famous for the Cannes Film Festival it hosts annually and all the glitz and glamour it leaves behind in its wake. View Post