Makeup4all Recommends: Aesop Poo Drops

Aesop is, hands down, one of the coolest brands out there.

Who doesn’t love their apothecary style chic bottles and the most original and incredible scents?

And today I want to tell you about one of their really cool products – Poo Drops. 

If you, like me, hate those cheap and horrendous aerosols – keep on reading.

Not only it looks absolutely beautiful, clean label and stylish brown glass bottle, it also smells incredible, and, as the name suggests, masks the

Makeup4all Recommends: Darphin Intral Environmental Lightweight Shield SPF 50

I am not sure what took me so long to share about my favourite face SPF EVER.

Meet Darphin Intral Environmental Lightweight Shield SPF 50.

I am a big fan of the formula, it does not leave any white residue, and gives that beautiful glow. It is very slightly tinted  so will work great for light skin tones. For medium skin tones Sarah Chapman would be great.

I loved that it was also absolutely

SS20 New Launches: Le Labo, Sol De Janeiro, Guerlain and R + Co

Here are a few new launches which caught my attention:

SOL DE JANEIRO Bum Bum Body Scrub, 220g, £39 from Cult Beauty

I really love the bum bum cream, and am the biggest fan of a good body scrub, so this sounds incredible. Think delicious scent and

Nails Of The Day: Essie Gel Couture in Rock the Runway and Spiked With Style

I have already posted a few “nails of the day” recently, and here is a brand new one, featuring one of my favourite nail polish formula – Essie Gel Couture (now on offer at Boots for £6.66 only).

In fact, it’s a firm favourite of a lot of people, and rightly so. It’s a gel-at-home-kinda formula. It gives you a long lasting effect, without the pain of taking it off the gel polish style. Obviously, it won’t last for weeks like the “real” gel nail polish but way longer than most regular varnishes.

I have two shades: Rock the Runway which is a beautiful classic red and Spiked With Style a vampy beauty. To be honest,

Book Review. Perfumes: The Guide 2018 by Turin and Sanchez

Surprisingly, during the lockdown I’ve actually finally did some things I’ve wanted to do for ages but never even started. One of them was the fact that I’ve finally finished Perfumes: The Guide 2018 by Turin and Sanchez.

I have been meaning to learn more about perfumery for a long time, and this book was a great  help.

You may say that perfumes are very subjective, and you are correct. But there are still some basic facts and knowledge which can be very helpful.

So in the last several years, I have been attending masterclasses held by the perfumers, reading about the history of the scent and, most importantly,  going to the perfume counters, smelling the actual thing.  And it’s been an incredible journey so far.

While I am not