Slathering on sun cream during the summer is a given, especially if you want to protect against sunburn. But applying a thick layer of sun cream isn’t something you will want to do when it’s cloudy outside. So why not try using a SPF product that also works as a primer – two birds, one stone!
As we edge nearer and nearer to 25 December, more and more of our beauty products are giving us that Christmas feeling. One of the most festive scents out there is pine, conjuring up images of glorious Christmas trees jam packed with presents underneath. We see what pine products are out there right now.
Angelina Jolie, Kylie Jenner and even some of the Real Housewives of Orange County have all influenced the recent trend for bee-stung lips. While some celebrities are blessed with naturally full pouts, others resort to fillers, which are not only expensive but can look artificial. But the quest for full lips doesn’t mean you should make a beeline to the dermatologist, as thankfully, there are some less drastic solutions which add shape and volume to your lips – without a needle in sight.
If you don't want the high wattage blast of colour offered by traditional lipsticks, or super-shiny lip gloss, a barely there lip tint is the way forward. The no-makeup movement is gathering steam thanks to singer Alicia Keys, who has decided to embrace going au naturale. But while everyone may not quite be so confident, starting with a subtle lip may be the way to go.
Our beauty regimes often suffer in the run up to the festive period, given that all our extra pennies are spent on buying presents for our loved ones. But if your complexion needs a boost this Christmas, you don’t have to break the bank. Read on for our top tips on saving pennies by making your own beauty products.
As party season fast approaches it’s time to start thinking about how your hair is going to look. It's easy to neglect your locks at this time of year, as your mind is preoccupied with bagging new outfits and mastering festive make-up trends, and your tresses can end up as an afterthought.
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