This means so many different things to so many different people. Minimalism where? In ingredient lists? Number of products? Number of products used for any given task or issue? Number of products per day? A wider philosophy of living, even? I won't bore you with any further rhetorical questions; these sorts of things are personal and … Continue reading Minimalism in Your Beauty Routine (and Your Life)
People are so much more aware of the chemicals we find in our cosmetics and skin care products now than they have ever been. The old guard industry standard response still seems to be 'yeah but there is so little formaldehyde in that nail polish it's considered safe' - NOT IF YOU DO YOUR NAILS … Continue reading Are You a Purist or a Pragmatist?
Or at least my make-up routine. So, same same. Routines are important. They are fascinating. I am one of those awful people who will stare at you applying make-up on public trans. It isn’t because I find it gross and I am trying to make you so uncomfortable that you stop, it’s that I love … Continue reading Glossier has Literally (yes, “literally”, I know what that means and I’m sticking with it) Changed My Life.
I confess. Every Monday night when he goes to football (soccer in the old country), I get with my masks. And sometimes even my nail polishes. AT THE SAME TIME. This whole affair started because my Other Half doesn’t believe in the efficacy of OTC topical products. This man lives in a city, commutes daily to … Continue reading I’m Cheating on my Husband with Beauty Products