The idea behind double cleansing is simple: cleansing your face before you cleanse your face (er- does that make sense?!) allows the product to better work itself into your skin, giving you a better clean. But should everyone be doing it?
If you follow me on instagram- which I highly recommend! 😉 – or have been a fan of my old blog, The Stylish world of Lou, you will know my greatest weakness is my love of highlighters. Since age 12, I have been striving for that JLo glow and it has left me with a plentiful highlighter collection. So imagine my delight to find the latest highlighting trend: your lips.
With a waiting list of 25,000 dying to get their hands on this foundation, I finally bought it!
The Ordinary, from The Abnormal Beauty Company, is a range of patent-free skincare products ranging in price from $4-$15.
I am a huge fan of drugstore products and my makeup purse is mostly filled with products that won’t cost you an arm and leg to buy. However, there are a few items that I happily spend my cash on and the GlamGlow mask range is one of those brands.
Eye creams have long been a part of a woman’s daily skin care routine but rather than wait until you have wrinkles and fine lines setting in, experts recommend to start using an eye cream in your 20s, as a prevention is better than a cure mentality.
You can probably been living under a rock if you have not yet heard of strobing! Loved by celebs and beauty bloggers alike, this trend is seen as the anti-contour. I particularly love this look during Summer when I tend to wear less makeup.
As you know, my hair was bleached in order to get my balayage look and since I got that done, I have really had to look after my hair.
I have tried lots of products to care for my bleached hair but here’s how I found L’Oreal Paris Ever Pure Blonde Shade Reviving Treatment.
It’s no doubt Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has a much sought after look. Her effortless and natural beauty is glowing and dewy and her makeup looks are always on point. But how can you recreate this gorgeous look?
I have never suffered with dry skin. That is of course until I moved to climate that has very harsh winter weather and has extremely dry air. My face was painful it was so dry – I felt like my face would crack if I smiled and my skin was really, really painful, red and sore.