For advanced thinning hair
Including the best concealer applicator ever
Beauty on a budget
2 new styles for spring
Concealer, £25 from John Lewis Eyelight Concealer has is the best applicator I've tried and a lovely, flattering consistency. The metal applicator, slightly iron shaped, is remarkably cold. This works really well for me to calm any redness around the nose and cheeks, and is great for gliding across the skin ...
Dermalogica SPF This Dermalogica suncream has been high on my list of priorities ever since my friend Fiona, just as fair as me, came back from a scorching holiday in Egypt without a single patch of redness. This is does-what-it-says-on-the-tin beauty ...
Here's a guide to my party prep and why Vita Liberata has been my tan of choice for the last couple of years... Naturally I am very, very pale. I don't tan at any point and am lucky to catch a ...
The scent is so light and girly, it's just the ticket for the onset of spring. Think garden parties and tea dresses and you're about there. Although this is very sweet ...
We, on the other hand, have access to as much clean water as we need, not batting an eyelid at the 20 litres of water we use to flush the ...
Diary: April 2015
For me, April means big changes to one part of my beauty regime – hair.
With frizzy, curly hair, April showers can really catch me out. Pureology have just released a Multitasking Hair Beautifyer which is seeing me through the elements disaster-free. It holds everything in place, keeps frizz down and helps to keep my blonde looking fresh.
As for styling, Oribe’s Hair Plumping Mousse has helped me to get so much more oomph from my blow dry. Teamed with rollers it all goes a bit Dolly Parton, in a brilliant way.
What have you been loving and using this month? Tweet me @MixedGemsBeauty and let me know.