Regular readers will know I’m already a big fan of the Pixi Glow Tonic. A brilliantly gentle glycolic acid toner, it was my introduction to acids and really opened my eyes as to what a difference acid exfoliators could make.
It will probably come as no surprise then, that when Pixi expanded the Skintreats range I was quick to snap up a few products.
I’ve recently been looking for a few new eyeshadow brushes to add to my collection, having noticed a specific lack of a fluffy crease blending brush.
After watching a few of my favourite YouTubers talking very favourably about Morphe brushes and Beauty Bay having recently added them to their site, I decided to try a few out. View Post
The first ever post on my blog was my summer beauty must haves. Now almost a year on, I’m getting my summery vibe on again and giving you my 2016 summer edit.
A while ago I wrote about my first foray into acid toners with the much loved Pixi Glow Tonic. After seeing the results I got with a mild acid product, it definitely left me wanting to try something a little stronger.
I was originally going to do a review of the Too Faced Sweet Peach palette, but then wondered what the point would be at this stage. You see just in case you haven’t heard (i.e. you’ve been on a remote island with no wifi or signal for a number of weeks) the Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette is a limited edition.