2019 must see a shift to celebrating more diverse types of beauty, face shapes, ages as well as skin tones and textures
Over recent years the world of social media has opened the door to a new generation of makeup artists. For better or worse
We’ll just be at CVS stocking up.
As you can imagine, whilst this is all well and good for the ageing process of my skin, its somewhat damaging for my bank account! Which is why I've devised a list of the beauty products worth forking out for this summer, so here goes;
'Not only am I proud of what he has accomplished but I’m more proud of the person he has become.'
Read more on The Huffington Post Gutierrez, who was recently revealed as the face of Maybelline’s new makeup campaign, hit
Working in the beauty industry in London in the late nineties and early noughties was a close-knit, glamorous affair. I use
When Colour Truly Is Skin Deep: Identifying Nature's Subtle Shading System to Select Flattering Make-Up
As part of my studies, I was keen to explore my ideal make-up colours with Clarins' House of Fraser make-up artist, Salema Uddin. And as we undertook a colour analysis prior to the make-up consultation,
Raccoons, badgers and squirrels- each year many millions of animals are trapped and brutally killed in the wild for their fur and hair. I will spare you the soul-eroding statistics of animal deaths on fur-farms and the fate which meets these animals even while still 'living', suffice to say they live in misery.
This is what a great number of cosmetic companies are actually saying both on their packaging and on their websites when you read a message stating: "not tested on animals", or "product not tested on animals" and even "cruelty free". It is difficult to believe, but I am afraid that I am the harbinger of bad news!