For me, Christmas Day is an opportunity to dress up a bit. And that sentiment extends to my face.
For me, beauty is at its best when it’s simple and straightforward… particularly when travelling. An indolent makeup bag, if you will. These are the products that I took away with me when I went to Cambridge. Compact, light, mini products with no big bulky breakable bottles and no brushes – and bearing in mind I had a formal family wedding to attend – I covered all makeup bases. Here goes!
Treat your mum this Mother’s Day with a thoughtful gift. What would she like?
Continue reading Mother’s Day Gift Guide
Between the age of 13 and 18 I seldom got spots. And then, when I was 19, a mere 3 weeks before starting university, I suddenly got a number of big, bright red blemishes that wouldn’t go away. I knew I had to do something as I didn’t want my confidence knocked just as I was going to meet lots of new people at uni. Although I didn’t quite manage to completely ‘cure’ the spot situation, I got it under control using these products. Phew!
Inspired by the ‘Glamour On The Go’ exhibition I thought I would share the contents of my bag and makeup bag when I’m out for the day covering a story. No one should cart around such an exhaustive makeup kit worthy of a massive Zuca makeup bag (unless of course you’re an actual makeup artist, in which case go right ahead!) so I’ve pared down the contents to the absolute essentials. Some days I’ll be carting around what feels like half of Boots in my bag and then I’ll do a clear out, always keeping the same, carefully curated goods each time.
Screaming would be unseemly for a blog.