Over the last year and a half I’ve taken the time to read my labels and avoid harmful ingredients specifically in my skincare routine. I read that our skin is our largest organ, and that really got me thinking, and asking questions. I’ve found a few all-natural brands and products that I love along the way and I thought I’d share my current favourites.
Concert and band tees are a casual go-to look for me with denim, on its own or layered with either a leather jacket or a cute bomber. This is a Yeezus concert Tee from 2013 that I’ve worn and weathered the good old fashioned way, and I love how worn out and grungy it looks now! It’s edgy and kinda badass, and I’m not at all but I dig the look.
Here are some other concert Tees I’m crazy about!
There is something so satisfying about exfoliating and the instant pay-off and gratification of smooth, soft skin. I’m always trying and collecting new exfoliators
Concealer is the MVP of any makeup collection. It can work to define brows, highlight under the eyes, contour features. It works in tandem with your foundation to create flawless and even coverage, and it works over-time to cover up pimples, dark circles, and uneven skin tone. This post is about the hardest working products in my make up collection, the good, the bad, and the ugly of concealers.
On this episode of Makeup Myth Busters, I’m challenging the notion that such makeup pairing is exclusively a night time look. This post is about how I created a muted smokey eye and red lip combo.
Nip + Fab: Chemical peel results without the chemical peel? Let’s see…
The launch of H&M’s a beauty range, H&M Beauty
Last week I checked out H&M’s newly launched beauty department within their mega store at the Toronto Eaton Centre. Although I’m skeptical of this whole trend of clothiers selling their own makeup ranges, I surprisingly liked more then a few things and will be back to try out some of their shadows, liners and makeup tools.