Figuring out exactly what your skin needs can be hard, whether your skin is oily, sensitive or prone to breakouts, everyone’s skin needs a unique regime to keep it in optimum condition. For me one of my favourite things to do is use a face mask after cleansing my skin, they’re so beneficial, delivering the nutrients my skin needs. Knowing which type of face mask is right for your skin type is another point to consider, the wrong one can lead to dry, irritated skin. Here i’ve picked out the key types, highlighting which one is right for you.View Post
Despite what people may think a facial mist isn’t just for the hotter months of the year, they’re a big part of my skincare routine, from setting make-up, to toning, to just simply refreshing my skin on-the-go. You may think they’re an unnecessary step but, a good mist can help boost dehydrated skin to maintain a healthy glow all year round. If you find that your skin isn’t getting the hydration it needs, then you should consider incorporating a mist into your daily regime. Here are 3 of my favourites for you to consider…View Post
You read that right, 5 minutes and with the right products it can be done! I often have morning’s where i’m strapped for time, pressing my snooze button over and over. With a busy, time poor week it’s sometimes hard to look polished in a hurry. Because of this I have a quick and easy make up solution for early morning’s or before I head out for dinner after work, doing my make up at my desk. So, here’s how I do it, no make up tools required!View Post
I’m forever banging on about the benefits of wearing an SPF. Since i’ve worked for a beauty brand i’ve learnt so much about how the sun affects the skin, even when it’s not sunny. It’s apparent that many people feel that they don’t need to wear a suncream because it’s dark and dismal in England most of the time – wrong! Wearing an SPF on a daily basis will help to prevent facial brown spots and skin pigmentation whatever the weather. It’ll also reduce the appearance of ‘spider’ veins, blotchiness and will slow down premature ageing – yes, wrinkles! So, here are some of my favourite SPF moisturisers that can be worn everyday, all day which are also ideal for sensitive skin.
From working in the beauty industry i’ve learnt so much about how sleep effects the skin. As we age, even one night of insufficient sleep shows on the skin. For me this comes in many forms from, redness, dark circles and dull skin. During the deepest stage of sleep, the tissue in your skin repairs. Without enough deep sleep, this repair process slows down resulting in premature ageing. The term “beauty sleep” is certainly more than a figure of speech!View Post