You’ve seen it everywhere – the no buy. People who have overdone it on beauty products in the last few months (or years) and vow to not spend a thing in an attempt to use up product and save money. It has varying degrees of success, but ultimately the cause is the same – we can’t keep up with constant releases and it’s hurting our pockets.
Following on from my BYBI post, we’ve established that sustainability is more than just having…
BYBI Beauty, Instagram’s most aesthetic brand, is one of the most sustainable beauty brands out there. Trust me, you have NO idea what it takes to be truly sustainable in the beauty industry… but BYBI do.
Beauty releases have gone into overdrive lately. Brands are coming out with new products at an alarming frequency, with some companies dropping a new products every. single. week. The real question is: what impact are these releases having on the brands, the consumers and the industry as a whole?
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!