The Aerin effect: my favourite Aerin make-up and NEW Eyelight Concealer review

I absolutely LOVE the Aerin make-up range.

The signature range of Aerin Lauder, granddaughter of the legendary Estée, is beautifully edited and gorgeously packaged in elegant yet oh-so-modern powder pink and gold packaging (the soft drawstring make-up pouches are too lovely not to keep!).

But the formulations themselves are, I think, outstanding. I’ve snapped my favourites, above –  these are products I genuinely reach for all the time, because I love the way they apply, look and feel on the skin. Continue reading The Aerin effect: my favourite Aerin make-up and NEW Eyelight Concealer review

Friday Beauty Faves: Margo Marrone of The Organic Pharmacy

I’d describe Margo Marrone, gorgeous, glowing mama, super-clever pharmacist, homeopath and founder of the award-scooping, The Organic Pharmacy, as my ‘natural beauty conscience’! Continue reading Friday Beauty Faves: Margo Marrone of The Organic Pharmacy

Get glowing on a budget: Garnier Ultimate Beauty Oil Body Scrub review

Spring is definitely in the air and we’re all thinking about getting down to a spot of post-winter dry and rough skin-zapping!

Whilst writing a ‘best of budget beauty’ feature for a magazine this week, I’ve discovered the Garnier Ultimate Beauty Oil Body Scrub (£7.15), which launched last year and is one of the best I’ve come across – premium body polishes included!

Continue reading Get glowing on a budget: Garnier Ultimate Beauty Oil Body Scrub review

No 7 Gel-Look Shine Spring nail colours review

Love a gel-effect nail polish – great, glossy finish, good coverage – and I couldn’t resist snapping these two newbies from No 7 with a hot pink ZARA sale purchase (another one, I know …) and some lovely flowers from a friend!

These are the latest additions to the No 7 Gel-Look Shine Nail Colour range (£7 each, but I’ve just spotted that there’s a buy one, get half price offer on selected No 7 products right now!). Continue reading No 7 Gel-Look Shine Spring nail colours review