So my wedding is just around the corner (I KNOW! I CAN’T BELIEVE IT!) and everything is slowly falling in to place. But one thing I still haven’t locked down is my wedding day makeup. Ironic since I’m a beauty blogger… That is, except for my lipstick. My amazing sister helped put together the most unreal bachelorette day ever, which so fittingly included creating custom lipsticks at the Bite Lip Lab here in Toronto! So here’s one thing I can check off my wedding list…
Puff, puff, pass….me this shampoo and conditioner. Seriously. Where has this been all my life?
My favourite folks over at Influenster recently sent along their latest VoxBox which featured two brand new products from Vichy Laboratories’ Aqualia Thermal line – their Rehydrating Serum and Rich Cream.
A few months ago I had my first experience with dermal fillers. I had my under eyes done by the incredibly talented team over at DLK on Avenue in Toronto and wrote a whole blog post about it. Since then I’ve had a bunch of people message me about my experience – asking for pricing, reviews, and specific questions about my recovery.
I knew right after getting my under eyes done that I would be going back to DLK for more – but for what, I wasn’t 100% sure. That was until I heard about Kati, their in-house lip filler specialist.
Part of being a blogger means constantly trying out new products, but not every product works the way you want it to. In my years of testing beauty and skincare, very few products have caused me to react so poorly that I had to stop using them – but when one does you better believe I will tell you about it.
A couple of weeks ago I did a review of the Dr. Dennis Gross Instant Radiance Sun Defence Sunscreen with broad spectrum SPF 40. It’s a combination sunscreen and tinted moisturizer that’s only available in the US, so of course I wanted to find a good Canadian substitute and just so happened to receive the new Avène Complexion Correcting Shield with SPF 50 to review and I thought I would compare the two.
Charlotte Tilbury is hands-down my favourite makeup brand right now. I’ve just never come across a product I didn’t love. Sure, it’s not the most affordable makeup in the market, but it’s definitely worth the price in my opinion. And Charlotte Tilbury’s latest releases are no different.
With the weather feeling more and more like summer, I went on the hunt for a new SPF that can give me the summer-glow I’ve been looking for without sacrificing the health of my skin.
I’m always on the hunt for the most innovative makeup and skincare. When it comes to innovation though, it seems like foundation is stuck in the dark ages. Dior really tried pushing the boundaries with their Airflash Spray Foundation, but does it actually work? I put it to the test.