The title alone does it – anything that sounds like it would sooth and ease the ill-effects of a hangover is a winner in my book. I’m a huge fan of Too Faced so was really curious to try their latest skincare offering, Hangover Replenishing Primer. Unlike the type induced by drinking perhaps a little too much red wine, Too Faced’s playful take promises to cure your beauty hangover, so if you’re suffering with tired, dry skin, they say this is the bottle to be reaching for!
I have a problem. If you hadn’t already noticed I’m a huge beauty junkie. To me, this is kind of a great problem – I love nothing more than trying new products and make-up, but I’m particularly fussy when it comes to skincare. Because of my gregarious ways with lotions and potions it has to take a really great product to truly stand out to me and raise my (on point) brows. Introducing Oskia, the brand that’s got me super excited about skincare…
Cherry Red, by L’Oreal Casting Creme Gloss is a kick-ass semi-permanent no ammonia hair dye which is super-vibrant, offering a rich maroon cherry tone and glossy, sunglasses-worthy results. Being semi-permanent makes this fun colour an easy – and cheap – way to transform your look, and is ideal for a range of mid, to darker hair colours. I’ve been using this dye for years, so read on for my application tips, and results pics…
Super-exciting news for cruelty-free lipstick lovers with the ten new shades that have been added to the Too Faced La Creme colour drenched range. With a total now at a whopping 32 choices this season, there is definitely a colour for everyone. As well as being cruelty-free and housed in the cutest packaging, Too Faced La Creme lipstick is also an excellent choice for those that need a little extra hydration – so basically everyone in the UK in winter! I picked the sassy berry shade WHAM! to to try ahead of the UK availability.
One of the most feared applications in beauty: putting liquid eyeliner on. If you manage to get one right, it’s sadly no guarantee the other one will follow suit. I’ve been painting on my cat flicks since I was a teenager, and have dabbled with plenty of brands and products. The messy, the crumbly, the kind that just wont come off. Yes, I’ve pretty much nailed the application now with a product I swear by, but my god have I had troubles along the way.