You know what I did right on my first day in London? I went to Boots and bought some skincare. Why am I only telling you now? Because I only started using it a couple weeks back! Superfacialist Vitamin C+ Skin Renew Cleansing Oil Alright, first off, I needed a new cleansing oil or balm. […]
At the Glossier Popup store, I, of course, bought myself a very early Christmas present. Oops. Namely, I went home with the Generation G + Lip Gloss Set.
Glossier has a popup in London since yesterday! How do I know this? Well firstly, there is this very pretty website called Where is Glossier? and secondly, I was there.
Eat your heart out!
“But why, Freddy, do you look like you’ve come straight out of a Jane Austen novel,” you ask. Come closer, dear reader, and let me blow your mind. You too can look prettily flushed, like the only worry in your life is whether or not you’ll find a husband with 10 000 a year. All for the price of one paltry Cloud Paint.
I’ve recently decided to get rid of some skincare bits. And because there are some true disappointments, I thought I’d also share those with you. So here it goes: four very bad products, that should be ashamed of themselves.
Facemasks are a wondrous thing. Slap one on for instant hydration, winkle-or blemish-fighting and you are good to go. I’ve already shown you three of my favourite masks, and today I’ve got a fourth!
There are quite a few cult beauty products that can truly be considered “cult”. A product that most definitely deserves this description is the Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream. And because I have awesome friends, I received a trial kit with several of the Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream products for my birthday.
I love books, I really do. But when I hear the word shelfie I don’t think of books. I think of skincare. Lots of skincare. Expensive, fantastic (and fantastical), magical, mythical skincare. Have no clue what I mean? Check out the ITG Top Shelf!