The Body Shop are a 100% cruelty free brand, with a huge range of vegan makeup too. In this post, I review a few products I was recently sent and give you my first impressions, including one of their new vegan makeup brushes and eyeshadow palettes!
The Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser has been one of my all time favourites for removing makeup, but it comes with a high price point which I don’t always have the money for. I decided it was time to try this cheaper option from Superdrug, but how well does it match up to the high standards of the C+P? Keep reading to find out
Check out my latest slays and nays of February, showing you what products I’ve been loving as well as what was a little disappointing in February.
I put two pore blurring primers to the test to help you decide where you should be putting your money. Click the full post to see how these cruelty free primers measure up against each other
Here’s a quick post on what worked and what didn’t work in January, from beauty to TV shows
Over the past few months, I’ve been making the transition to becoming vegan from vegetarian. However, I don’t always label myself vegan and heres why…
Vegan? After a look around Urban Decay’s website and a quick look through the long list of ingredients, it looks like it’s probably not. Price: £43.00 Stockists: Debenhams, Selfridges, Urban Decay So pretty!! I finally caved and bought it. My boyfriend told me I didn’t need yet another eyeshadow palette and would I really wear the colours in […]