Wearing a mask is our new reality. So you may as well like the one you choose to get. While it would be incredible not to need one at all (not to have the virus, I mean), more and more brands are releasing masks.
And, not gonna lie, I
not so secretly love looking at what other people are wearing. I have seen it all already, it seems, from favourite football clubs to the flags of the countries, you name it.
You can honesty find pretty much everything you can think of, depending on your taste and budget.
Here are three options which I chose, they all are high end, and have a £30+ price tag.
Holistic Silk Pure Mulberry Silk Anti Pollution Mask, £36 here
Holistic Silk is the brand I really love, and all their products (which I have tried) are high quality. Besides, they had face masks before the pandemic. I love that fact that they have both simple and colourful designs. While £36 is not cheap, silk is a real game changer when it
A few days ago we looked at part 1 of my Top 6 Welsh Brands, and here is part 2!
My, my, my Delilah…
Lulu and Boo here
Shown: Vanilla Sugar Body Scrub, £33; Frankincense Regeneration Serum, £33.60; Mandarin and Almond Bath & Body Oil, £20.90
Lulu & Boo Organics is described as is a natural, organic skincare company. It was founded in 2010 in Cardiff, Wales.
Unlike some other brands, which are mostly body/hair/fragrance, Lulu & Boo offer a wide variety of face products. And there are also some luxurious treats for mums-to-be and their babies.
During the lock down, I’ve decided to research some smaller/independent British brands, and get some things from them. So today I want to share the results with you, and I will start with the Welsh brands. I have chosen 6 to feature. And there will be 2 parts, as, otherwise, the posts would be too long.
So get yourself a cup of Glengettie, stick on Tom Jones (sex bomb, sex bomb, you’re my seeeex boooom ) and have a read.
Catherine Zeta-Jones would approve!
All the photos of the beauty that is Wales are by me, promo photos of the products are from the brands.
The Good Wash Company website
This is quite a new brand founded just in 2018 in Barry by Mandy Powell, an ex Welsh International Hockey and Touch Rugby Player and Kelly Davies, a former Wales and Professional Footballer.
Shown: Soap £6.50; Good Bath Oil, £9.50; Glân Hand Sanitiser, £5; Luxury Soy Wax Candle, £17
Not only it looks super chic and high end, and ‘totally lysh’ (lush in English), as the ladies describe it but the brand also supports some good causes. You can read more about them here. The aim of the brand, according to the founders was to create a “luxury Welsh brand with a humble social conscience”.
This brand feels like a child of Aesop/Grown Alchemist and Le Labo (packaging wise) but for like half of the price.
I showed this
Today’s feature is brought to you by a guest author, Lexi Harper. You can read more details about the author at the end of the post. All opinions are author’s own. First photo via Pinterest, all the rest by Makeup4all
Every woman is beautiful in her own way, with or without makeup. While using makeup depends on one’s preference, it has become an essential need for the majority. Some use it solely for cosmetic purposes, while others are in it to look presentable at all times. But regardless of the purpose, makeup nowadays plays a vital role for women – and some men.
Used as a beauty aid to boost self-esteem and confidence, makeup has encouraged many people to look young and attractive. Thus, its availability in the market has also evolved. It’s manufactured in such a way that it will surely meet the users’ demands through the aid of technology. One of these advancements is permanent makeup.
Photo found on Pinterest
Since most makeup routines could eat up to an hour or more of your time, applying it every morning can be a hassle. But while permanent makeup sounds pretty amazing, don’t get too excited yet. Before deciding to go for it, here are some essential things you need to know.
What Is Permanent Makeup?
I have been looking for a perfect pair of short linen shorts for hours (I am not exaggerating) this week. I only have linen trousers and long shorts so, considering how warm it is these days, having short ones seemed like a good idea. So, to save you time, I’ve decided to share the best two finds, in my opinion. One is a colourful option, and the other – nude and black.
Unfortunately, my favourite Filippa K did not have anything but they do have 40%-50% sale at the moment.
So, the shorts in question are:
J Crew Seaside short in linen blend, £55 here
These look so good. And come in a lot of fun shades: Bronzed Ochre (shown and my personal favourite option), Brilliant Sunset (orange), Neon