Beauty Blender

For months and months I had heard about the Beauty Blender, and its many dupes. I didn’t indulge in to any supposedly ‘dupes’ first, in fact I went straight for the real deal and I’m glad that I did. Since the popularity of the Beauty Blender, many companies have created and put on the market their own version of this sponge, but none that I have tried have been able to mimic the Beauty Blender in performance, maybe shape butĀ nothingĀ else. There has been a lot…
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Nails Inc ‘The New White’ Collection

When it comes to nail polish, I struggle with finding a brand that gives me everything I want. What do I want, you ask? I want a formula that is opaque, and doesn’t require me to pile on layers and layers of polish on my nail. I want a formula that is long-lasting, well at least one that doesn’t chip within 2 days. Finally, I want a brush that is easy to use for application. I can never paint my nails neatly and tend to…
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Top 5 Highlighters

Before I discovered instagram, I would never have known what a highlighter is and how to make it work. You could say I owe it all to the app for introducing to me my newest weakness – that glow. Over the past two years, I’ve managed to accumulate quite a collection of products to help me achieve that Jennifer Lopez glow and I’m going to share with you my top 5. This was a really hard task, you never know how many products you love…
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Editors’ Picks

Would You Rather?

1.) Would you rather lose all of your mascaras, eyeliners, lipsticks, and lipglosses or lose all of your palettes and eyeshadows? I would rather lose all of my palettes and eyeshadows. Life without liquid lipsticks? NEVER! 2.) Would you rather chop off all your hair or never be able to cut it again? Well.. I don’t like the idea of being bald, so let it grow.. let it grow.. let it grow! 3.) Would you rather have a coral cheek or a pink cheek? Coral…
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Moisturising Vitamin Mask

I’m a woman that dislikes eating honey, but I love using honey in skincare products for its humectant and skin-brightening alpha hydroxy acid properties. This is a recipe I learned from a beauty class I attended (I have many more to share, so stay tuned). Ingredients: 2 teaspoons (10ml) Honey. If you can get Manuka Honey, use that as it does wonders for the skin. 1 teaspoon (5ml) Aloe Vera 1 teaspoon (5ml) Camelia Oil 1 teaspoon (5ml) Rosehip Seed Oil 1/2 teaspoon (2.5ml) Vitamin…
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