For me, the joy of beauty is in the looking after yourself. If it’s a mask in the evening or a pretty blush during the day; the little things that perk me up are what gets me excited about beauty. Recently I’ve been neglecting take care of my lips, and it’s a habit I’m trying to break. When you try as much makeup as I do, it’s important to keep your lips hydrated and ready for the next matte lip. But I had got myself into a cycle of slapping on lipstick after lipstick, without taking the time to nourish my lips. View Post
Rewind about 15 years and it was all the rage to have thin, little brows. A lot of us have been there with over-plucking or, like me, far too regular brow waxing appointments. So, what do you do now; when big, bold brows are the new ‘it’ beauty statement?
Most of us are used to penciling, shading, and drawing on a fuller brow nowadays. There are also lots of drastic measures out there on the market; microblading, serums and powerful ointments all promising a bigger brow. But if you’re most of a natural beauty, or you don’t like the thought of an expensive brush-on treatment or brow tattooing, it has seemed like there wasn’t a whole lot of choice.
I’m sure if you guys have read Made From Beauty before, it will not come as a surprise to you that I am a huge beauty fan. As I said in THIS post recently, I have been on a bit of a skincare kick recently. I am just leaning more towards the idea of really looking after my skin, and not wearing very much makeup at the moment. View Post
I seem to go through beauty phases. One month I’m all about haircare, then I’m crazy about trying new makeup, but this month I’ve definitely been on a bit of a skincare kick. I’m totally changed up my routine, added in new products, and been masking like never before (video coming soon on this bit). View Post