It may be one of the go-to beauty products on the market but let’s face it, mascara can be more trouble than it’s worth sometimes. When it flakes, cakes your lashes together and is impossible to remove you may find yourself questioning why you bothered trying in the first place.
If you’ve got dry skin, it can be easy to dry it out further by using cleansers that end up stripping the complexion. So why not try a cleansing balm? These are increasing in popularity thanks to their gentle but effective way of removing make-up, dirt and grime from the skin, and leaving users with a smooth and supple complexion. We run through our picks of the top cleansing balms on the market today.
Time has nearly run out beautiful brides-to-be, but some beauty prep really does need to be left to the last minute. After a wonderful six-month skincare regime and those last minute tweaks in the weeks leading up to your big day, in the days before you say I do you should be concentrating on your tan and nails.
Charcoal has recently increased in popularity in the beauty industry thanks to teeth whitening powders and face masks. But did you know you can also use it on your hair? The lightweight, black residue can work wonders on tired locks, with experts running through the benefits of this simple element.
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