Favourite Beauty Products



Broken powder, foundation and brushes on the white background

I frequently get asked about some of my every day beauty products and tools, so I thought I’d share a few of my favourites with you that get daily use.

Starting from cleansing, I’ve been using Cetaphil for years (recommended by many dermatologists) and it’s a great face cleanser.  I have sensitive eyes for many eye makeup removers but have found these two, from Sephora and Clinque are both gentle on my eyes and remove my mascara well.

I’ve been wearing sunscreen every day since I was 18 when I discovered sun damage causes lots of wrinkles, and the Olay tinted moisturiser with sunscreen is a great staple in my bathroom.

I completely love the Zoeva Buffer 104, it’s fabulous for applying foundations, both wet and dry.  I have the full brush set (they are vegan) and have found them to be great value and work well. A good makeup brush set really does help you apply your makeup well.  Recently I’ve been trialing this Revlon Ultimate all in one mascara (I like to try out lots of different mascaras) and am happy with the results it produces!

This new L’Oreal Professional Colour Corrector conditioning creme is keeping my blonde from going brassy.  And speaking of hair, I blow dry with a ceramic boar bristle brush (similar to the one here) with my powerful Parlux hairdryer (as recommended by my hairdresser).
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