If you’ve been paying attention to the beauty blogging world over the past year or so you’ll have definitely heard of Glossier by now (pronounced, somewhat pretentiously, to rhyme with dossier). It’s a beauty and skincare line from the team behind uber cool beauty site Into the Gloss. Glossier is an online store, pretty much
As some of you may know, I’ve been trialling Liz Earle this month, and documenting the effect this has on my skin. I’m a fantastic test subject: I have whiteheads, blackheads, milia, and the ability to grow a rockin’ beard should the need ever arise.
This month I’m conducting the most expensive test we at Beauty Markdown have ever attempted. I am going to be using exclusively Liz Earle skincare products for 28 days and document the difference to my skin. I will be posting every week with updates, and I will review the products as I go.
Now, as I’ve mentioned before, my true beauty passion is definitely my nails. I’ve read hundreds of articles and seen tonnes of YouTube videos on this topic, but none of them really have the same routine as me (although this might be because most nail bloggers change their polish at least 3 times a week!)
I recently picked up a couple of money saving beauty gadgets to review – two beauty spatulas at either end of the affordability scale. The Every Drop Beauty Spatula (£9.45) and the Primark makeup spatula (£1). I thought they’d both save me a bit of money, but I didn’t realise quite how much! I chose four different
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