Last month I was invited to an event at The Body Shop to try out their new British Rose range and take a look at the other new ranges in store. I was actually really pleasantly surprised by the entire range; the scent is super fresh and feminine, and there are some wonderful new products. To top it all off, the products in the British Rose range are all made from 100% organic roses – grown by The Body Shop’s passionate farmers in Herefordshire.
For me, there seem to be so many amazing new makeup products popping up, that make their way into my collection and before I know it I can’t believe I ever lived without them.
Highlighter was certainly one of these for me, and it is without a doubt now one of my favourite items of makeup, and part of my routine.Read More
I was very excited this week to be invited to the launch of the Style Station by The Red Angel Hair Company. A great concept I had seen pop up on social media recently, where the idea is that you nip in for a stylish yet quick and super affordable hair style – ideal for nights out, for lazy days where you just need someone else to style your hair, or for if you are fancying something a little bit different.
As you know, the Becca x Jaclyn Hill Champagne Pop highlighter is one of the most sought after and highly acclaimed highlighters quite possibly of all time. When I finally got my hands on it, it went straight to the top of the bill in my favourite beauty products of all time.
With such infamous and sought after pieces like this, it is rare that drug store products can ever replicate them or live up to the same quality, making it difficult to find dupes or a cheaper product that will give a similar effect.
Despite this, I recently heard that there was a drug store product that was quite similar to Champagne Pop, so I just had to try it out for myself.
Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse – I am a convert.
A nourishing dry oil designed to condition and replenish skin and hair; this product quickly became a cult favourite, and I can totally see why.
Glossier stems from the brainchild of former Vogue assistant Emily Weiss. It all started when she was searching the internet for inspiration and couldn’t find anything that spoke to her; enter Into The Gloss, or ITG as it is now more commonly known. Emily created Into The Gloss; a blog where she interviewed models, makeup artists, and the strong women she admired about what they used and why.
The site has since become ‘the holy grail’ of beauty blogs and gained a cult following of dedicated readers from all over the world, leading the way for Glossier to follow. And so it was born, the home of the real-beauty revolution.