Archive for September 2015

I grew up surrounded by loving family, where conversations flowed all day long, often around the kitchen or dinner table, where my parents or grandparents gathered family and guests. I grew up listening to those conversations, to bedtime stories that … Read more

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When I first got my hands on this make-up brushes set,¬†aptly titled It’s All About The Brushes, designed by make-up artist Caroline James for my wonderfully creative and inspirational friend Georgina Jones, founder of Bathing Beauty line of skincare products, … Read more

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With the ever-increasing pace of life, I often crave the stillness of my childhood, when days were leisurely and discoveries a plenty. Maybe it is one of the reasons why I have renewed appreciation of skincare artisans, backed by extensive … Read more

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Ellis Faas is one of the most unusual make-up artists I have met in person and the products that she creates continue to intrigue, even when you have been using them for a while. But there is much more to … Read more

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September is upon us and the air is becoming distinctly chillier, leaving you under no illusion that summer is over. However sunshine always makes an appearance, whatever the time of the year, so let me share my August beauty ‘trials’ … Read more

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