Archive of ‘The Review’ category


An Everyday Lip Offering

Rouge Dior Baume Lili, a neutral lip offering that has earned a permanent place in my handbag. One that saves the day when solely a lip balm doesn’t cut it anymore or when you’re bored of whatever lip shade you have on, at least you have Lili at arm’s reach, on which you can always rely on – one […] Read more…


Prepping Your Body For Summer

Spring has only just arrived and I’m already worrying about getting my legs undressed. Legs are often neglected in the winter resulting in a pale and dry mess – and mine are by no means an exception. In the anticipation for the warmer months I bought a new body scrub and moisturiser, hoping for nicely prepped limbs […] Read more…


A Dust of Glow

TheBalm Mary-Lou Manizer, the one highlighter that has everyone’s heart skip a beat. Loyal readers probably know that once something gets a lot of attention, I have the tendency to lose interest until curiosity sparks again, which ultimately results in a long overdue purchase: this was one of those scenarios. And it seems like I was darn right to […] Read more…


Sunday Riley: Good Genes in a Bottle

Have you ever had regrets regarding the way you have treated your skin during your teenage years? I’m pretty sure we all do. Sunday Riley gives us the opportunity to redeem ourselves and rectify our past mistakes with the creation of Sunday Riley Good Genes. It’s a multipurpose treatment that claims to do a whole lot of good things […] Read more…


Wayne Goss Brush 14

Wayne Goss instantly swooned me with his gorgeous brush collection from which I was able to pick up numbers 01, 02, 06 and 14. It has been quite a chase, but one worth the while. Wayne’s brushes are handmade in Japan by more than 20 artisans from start to finish. Japan most likely holds every brush crafting secret […] Read more…


Burberry Effortless Eyebrow Definer

My latest brow acquisition is the Burberry Effortless Brow Definer (£22.50) in the shade Ash Brown. It’s a double-ended automatic brow pencil with a slanted tip on one end and a spoolie on the other, which is already good news to begin with. The slanted tip facilitates the job exceptionally being so quick and easy to use, effortless as the name suggests. It allows […] Read more…

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