Confession. I’m becoming more addicted to skin care and beauty products than ever before. Whenever I enter a chemist, supermarket, department store or beauty related shop I feel the need to buy something to add to my growing collection. This week alone I’ve purchased two kinds of face masks, a new night cream, rose hip oil, organic cleanser and toner, tinted lip balm, mascara, cleansing wipes, tinted moisturiser and make up pads!
As much as I love trying new beauty and skin care products it’s not always an easy process. Troublesome skin due to a pesky autoimmune syndrome can be a total hindrance especially because I’m one of those people who needs to try everything! When the lovely Annie at Lush Hay Street Plaza Arcade contacted me to pop down for a consultation I was little bit frightened – would Lush’s skin care products upset my skin? I don’t know why I was worried because the gorgeous global beauty company is pretty much nasty free in all senses. No animal testing. Organic products created from nature. Fair trade. The list goes on! Lush’s products can only be described in one word – luscious. The staff are friendly and very well educated on the range, the products are cute as a button, and my sensitive skin was forgotten because everything I tried (and I tried a lot of products) left my skin feeling soft, supple and sexy! No redness or irritation, I’ve found a new beauty heaven. I …
With a change of season comes a slight change in beauty product rotation, and I wanted to share my current loves with you all today. I’ve been taking care of my hair this Winter with Muk products (more about winter hair care here), but what have I been putting on my face and bod?
I envy those with a steady hand and an eye for detail. Perth makeup artist Emer Lyall ticks both of those boxes. Bringing a touch of colour and style to faces all over Perth, the creative brain loves helping her clients enhance their natural beauty with stunning pops of drama and femininity.
I thought I’d share a secret with you all today. The truth behind why I always wear bright lipstick.
Is it even possible to say no to a product that smells exactly like a bar of mint chocolate? I think not.
Before my best friend B moved to Melbourne we caught up for coffee and shopping in the city, and she could not stop raving about a new, magical lipstick she just had to buy that day.
I’ve being buying products from The Body Shop for years. Even on school camps I’d always make sure I picked up the Passion Berry Lip Gloss Pot because it smelt amazing.