My blog is all about fashion, make up and skincare – so it is only fitting I write about a charity that is very close to my heart. What do you think happens to ones self confidence, when not only have you been diagnosed with life threatening disease, but the treatment for this disease, changes the way you look? Look Good Feel Better is a free community service program dedicated to helping Australians undergoing treatment for cancer.
I look forward to this event every year. Although I haven’t been in the industry for many years, I go along to (wo)man the stand for Look Good… Feel Better: educating beauty professionals about the workshops this amazing organisation conducts. Read more about LGFB What is big this year? Eyebrows. Eyebrow extensions, eyebrow powders,… Read More
On a recent girly weekend away I came across a gem of a store that had me OOH and AAH-ing all over the place. Walls lined with the most beautiful cosmetics, brushes and make up: stunning lipsticks in rose gold packaging, bottles of pigment and glitter. Super soft brushes and palettes of… Read More
There is something about Alexa Chung. Maybe it is her flawless skin, great ombre hair or her quirky cool fashion style. Even her plummy accent is so stylish.
I did a little happy dance whenI first noticed ELF (eyes, lips, face) cosmetics at my local KMart. I had read and viewed reviews on ELF and I just couldn’t imagine a cosmetics brand being that cheap and to deliver as well. Read my first review of ELF here A couple of months on, the offer at KMart is still limited, with lots of empty spaceson the stand.