BEAUTY MYTHS NO.20 – GLITTER

OK this is not so much a ‘myth’, as it is just a.. I don’t know who started it. I don’t care. It needs to…

Beauty Myths No. 19 – ‘Pat dry’

This may seem like a strange one, so the context is important. I am always asked about routines and the order of using products.  There…

Beauty Myths No.18 – eye creams fix genetic …

Dark circles driving you mad? Tried everything under the sun? Whilst there are limited things that you can do about them and definitely things that…

Beauty Myths No. 17- It’s ok …

Enough already. Charlotte Tilbury, whom I know and love (but who will be on the receiving end of a large ‘eyebrow’ when I next see…

Beauty Myths No.16 – Active vs ‘Inactive’ Ingredient

What used to relate purely to ingredients that qualify as drugs, is now used as a marketing tool industry-wide and to say that the terms…

Beauty Myths No.15 – Micellar Waters are a ‘…

Source – Marie Claire – Design by Katja Cho I am frequently tagged on twitter or Instagram whenever there is an article singing the praises about micellar waters,…

Cheat Sheet – SPF

When purchasing SPF the main questions to ask are: What is the SPF? Is it a Broad Spectrum product? There are two main concerns from…

Beauty Myths No.15 – Celebs don’t wash …

Here’s the thing: if you don’t want to use anything on your skin, don’t. If you want to only use manuka honey on your skin,…

Beauty Myths No.14 – Antibiotics work for acne

Copyright Geof Kirby Acne. Apparently the second most searched word on the internet, after porn (obvs). It’s easily the topic of my most-asked questions and…

Beauty Myths No.13 – Cellulite Creams

Not one of these women look tortured by having cellulite. Fact: Cellulite is not caused by trapped ‘toxins’. Is anyone else sick of that word?…

Beauty Myths No.12 – You have to use …

Ever since I started putting pictures of my daily routine on Instagram I have been asked these two questions: ‘Do you use different products every…