In my experience, rose skincare is luxuriously gentle and boasts a whole range of benefits. When Super Facialist sent over a couple of products from their Rose Hydrate Range I couldn’t wait to try them out and report back.
The latest NUXE skincare launch is a range of Insta-Masques, appropriately named as they work in only two minutes. The Insta title is also apt for how wonderfully Instagram worthy they make the skin.
Clinique has always been one of my favourite skincare brands. Their Bonus Time has been running for years and I’ve been taking advantage of it for that long too. If you haven’t heard of the beauty event yet or dabbled much with their products, don’t worry. This post should tell you everything you need to know.
My last ‘products I’ve emptied‘ posts have reviewed both the good and the bad. Over the last two months though, I used up so much beauty that I’ve decided that this time I’d only mention those worth recommending. Every single one of these products is good enough for me to buy again, and many of them are already repeat buys.
I won’t lie, when I first received my derma roller I was anxious. The very principle of rolling 200 tiny needles over your face would be nerve-wracking for most of us. Nevertheless, I’ve taken extreme measures in the name of skincare before. I certainly wasn’t about to back down and miss out on using such a hyped product.
I’ve been inspired by Parisian chic for a very long time. Years ago, The Devil Wears Prada introduced me to the glamour that is Paris fashion week, but my recent visit to the capital showed me a different angle. Exploring the city myself gave me a much greater appreciation for the overall vibe as well as its classic street style.