Charlotte and I had so much fun writing this feature for local lifestyle magazine, Cambridge Edition. We often trawl through the re-purposed trends from the catwalk feeling a dull sense of déjà vu, but for this one we got together around mine to write the copy together, which is something we haven’t done in ages – usually bouncing ideas between What’sApp and Googledocs. Of course it doubles as a great excuse for our dogs to have a play as well. Toby is fast approaching his first birthday and it’s so sweet to see their little friendship growing and developing. Two dogs who couldn’t be more different, sharing moments 🙂
So this happened today:
With the weather taking a terrible turn, and Christmas around the corner (yes, we haven’t started our X-mas shopping yet either!) there’s never been a better time to think a little harder about your skincare routine. Harsher winter weather means protecting the skin most exposed to the conditions – and this season, that means your face! Get yourself a great primer and make your make-up work harder. Take a look at our recent article from Cambridge Edition and Bury Edition September issues.
Back in the April 2013 issue of Cambridge and Bury Edition magazines, Charlotte and I wrote a round up of 2013 Spring Summer trends, taking inspiration from the season catwalk looks. Check it out… Continue reading
As the beauty feature writers for Cambridge Edition and Bury Edition, glossy local lifestyle titles, we thought it was about time we shared a few recent articles. Click on each the below features from Cambridge Edition and Bury Edition. Continue reading
What came first, the stress or the spot? Or was it perhaps the comfort eating copious amounts of Dairy Milk as a result of the stress that brought on the said spot! Either way, it’s been a testing week for me in terms of keeping calm and carrying on (and it’s only Tuesday!). As a girl who’s usually rather lucky when it comes to ‘problem skin’ I don’t often suffer with spots, but when I do my goodness they tend to be large and sore – and probably exactly at the time of a social event. Typical.