Fasting during the Holy Month undoubtedly provides the body and soul with a slew of physical and spiritual benefits. But the long hours of abstaining from food and more importantly water, can take their toll on your skin- which is why you need to up the ante with your usual skincare routine.
When it comes to hair, Miriam Quevedo knows a thing or two about the most luxurious ways to care for your tresses. As a pioneer of the “Skinification of Hair” movement, the Spanish hair care guru believes that you should treat your locks with the same level of care that you give to your face.
The unstoppable rise of the social media beauty “gurus” has undoubtedly changed the face of the beauty industry as we know it. Whilst many of them are seasoned professionals that provide their followers with priceless nuggets of beauty wisdom, there are countless others that quite frankly deserve to be slapped with a wet face cloth.
I’ve always been a fan of bold lipsticks; I’d happily wear a deep crimson or rich magenta coupled with dewy skin and slick of mascara any day of the week. Obviously, when it comes to vivid shades, the more pigmented, the better; but these opaque, colour-saturated formulas often come at a price- dry, flaky, cracked lips.
As environmental awareness takes centre stage, an exciting range of sustainable and eco-friendly beauty brands are appearing on the market by the day. Whilst natural skincare products have become commonplace, organic makeup brands are few and far between.