It’s been a year and a half since Fenty’s iconic launch, but are other brands following Fenty’s lead when it comes to diversity?
I recently read an article on The Independent called ‘Come on feminists: do the radical thing and ditch your makeup bag’ and every part of this article has left me feeling annoyed. Here is why it is totally fine for you to be a feminist and enjoy beauty products.
If like me you went in a little too hard on the festive beauty spending (or on Black Friday) and need to watch your bank balance a little better in 2019, then I have a few pieces of advice that will have you covered!
On Boxing Day, Kim Kardashian West posted a series of gorgeous photos of her little family at the annual Kardashian-Jenner Christmas Eve party. The photos pictured a beaming Kanye, a giggling Saint, a gorgeous Kim holding little Chi and a sassy North. However, one thing that everyone picked up on (other than Kanye actually smiling for once) was the fact that North is wearing red lipstick.
What is wrong with a dupe you might ask? It’s cheaper, more accessible and lets you try out a product that you otherwise wouldn’t have bothered/been able to afford otherwise – what more could you possibly want? Wellllll, it’s a little more complicated than that.
Liquid lipsticks have never been a favourite of mine. The concept is great – a…
If you spend a lot of time on social media, or are remotely interested in beauty then you’ll have heard of Drunk Elephant. Their colourful packaging make them a beauty blogger favourite, and you’ll often find entire accounts dedicated to their products. Drunk Elephant has only been available in America since its launch in 2014 and has been the object of envy for a whole world of bloggers and beauty aficionados. As a UK based beauty blogger, I have always wanted to be able to get my hands on anything DE. So now it has come to the UK through Cultbeauty and Space NK, I’m left feeling a little cold – and I think a lot of other people are too.