Superdrug

15 Jun 19

Rimmel London has just brought out a brand NEW ‘Jelly Collection’ and I’m in love! They have two products which I have tried – Jelly Blush and Jelly Highlighter. Jelly products are the latest beauty craze for 2019 in the makeup world and they’re set to be around for quite a while. Forget matte powders and […]

15 Jun 19
Oversharing With Sharmz

Imagine how silly I felt when I realised that the reason my curly hair looked so terrible all the time was that I just hadn’t been looking after it properly!

15 Jun 19
Don't just get by

“I have to leave at 5 today. After mass, I’ll take a nice shower, go for a walk, have a nice dinner, and log back in”, I announced. “Karina, are you a workaholic?” my colleague asked, concerned. “A recovering workaholic”, I corrected her. “That”, I said pointing to my boss, “is a lost cause”. He […]

15 Jun 19
PALE SKIN MAKEUP

One of my biggest pet peeves for a long time has been the lack of pale foundations available in Superdrug and Boots. However to my surprise, I recently discovered the Revolution Conceal and Define foundation, which comes in an impressive 21 shades. In my local Superdrug the palest shade which I picked up is F0.5, […]

15 Jun 19
Noticias Ultimas

Si alguna vez alguien te convenció para que cambies de clavos acrílicos a falsos complementos para tu próxima gran ocasión, es Mel B. En Instagram, reveló que ha estado usando Superdrug Fantasy False Nails durante la gira de regreso de Spice Girls, y se ven bastante muy bien "Yo mismo me puse @superdrug rosa palo […]

15 Jun 19
Jess' Blog

I think I speak for most girls when I say our skin and the way it looks, is perhaps one of our biggest worries. I, quite frankly, dread to wake up in the morning and think of what new face catastrophe I have to deal with. At the nimble age of around 14, my face […]

15 Jun 19
Bekkibee22

Hey Everyone So I thought I would do another Question Tag, this time its all on Beauty, after all I am a Beauty Blogger. Before I get into the questions, I have some for you guys please let me know in the comments below, Do you like the Personal and Beauty mix match content?, Would […]

15 Jun 19

I’ll admit it, I’m one of those people who puts their list of self care priorities to the back of my mind and pretend like they don’t exsist. My life right now is on a repeat cycle of sleep, eat and work, with finding time to socialise, blog and take care of myself in between […]

14 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
THE pressure is on to slap on fake tan or get roasting in the sun. But what if you are an English rose and happy for your skin to stay that way all year round? Take a cue from these stars and flaunt your porcelain complexion with pride. Bella Battle has style and beauty tips to help make fair fun this summer. Show me metal like Emma Metallic colours, especially sequins or other embellished looks, are your friend. La La Land actress Emma Stone, 30, is a huge fan of bronze shades that lift the colour of her skin by catching the light and making her shine. Slap on SPF like Gwen Singer Gwen Stefani, 49, admits she has applied high SPF and stayed out of the sun since her teenage years. Do you want a stunningly clear complexion like hers? Drink la lot of water, exfoliate once a week and apply Factor 50, even in winter. You can try Cetaphil Daily Defence Moisturiser SPF50+ (£8.59, Super- drug). The great thing about the product is it does not block pores. Hats the way like Anne Make a statement with your accessories Oscar winner Anne ­Hathaway, 36, is rarely seen out and about without either a trilby or a wide-brimmed hat in the summer. The Devil Wears Prada star’s headgear not only looks chic but also keeps those harmful summer rays off her sensitive skin. See red like diva Dita Be bold with colour this summer. And if bright clothes are not your thing, lift your look with a bright red lipstick. Burlesque diva Dita Von Teese, 46, swears by her cherry-red vintage smackers, as a well-defined lip accentuates her flawless skin. Dita’s tip? Use lip liner around the edges and fill in the lips before adding lipstick on top. We love Maybelline Color Sensational Red For Me (£7.99, Superdrug). Blush like Christina Mad Men star Christina Hendricks, 44, injects warmth into her look with a dash of pink to the cheeks. Corals and blush tones will give your face a summer glow without the need to slap on loads of bronzer. Try Nars Blusher in Amour (£22, Debenhams) or Benefit’s Dandelion brightening powder (£26, ­benefit.com). Keep it light like Keira Actress Keira Knightley, 34, said she “likes to see skin through make-up” – so why not copy her less-is-more look? Choose a glowy, champagne-tinted highlighter and sweep a little bronzer under your cheekbones. Or try Lumene Invisible Illumination Instant Glow Fresh Skin Tint in Universal Light (£32.90, feelunique.com). This fabulous corrector evens out skin tone and covers up spots without hiding freckles. Mix it up like Emilia You can wear pale colours when you pair them with darker hues. Game Of Thrones beauty Emilia Clarke, 32, teamed a pale pink dress with brown polka dots and shoes because richer colours balance her pale skin.   [boxout headline=”Why does Meghan get a ring? The baby IS the reward” intro=”By Nikki Watkins”]THE unquestionably privileged Duchess of Sussex has reportedly received a diamond ring for her efforts in producing an heir for Prince Harry. It seems a little much to give the woman who probably has access to the crown jewels another piece of bling. But that is beyond the point. My big bugbear, as a mum of one, is the growing prevalence of the dreaded PUSH PRESENTS. There really is nothing you can give that compares with the blood, sweat and tears expended in those hours on a labour or surgical ward. A week in bed is the only thing that could cut it and, seeing as you are often the only one who can comfort that howling, new bundle, that is definitely out. The frustrating thing about these irritating presents is that it’s not just the super-rich getting in on the act. On every social media platform, mums are crowing about the Mulberry handbag they got from their other half in exchange for the presentation of a mini-me. Also, when you think about the money this new little life will set you back, it seems a daft time to be splashing out. With maternity pay biting hard and the cost of that 500th packet of nappies spiralling out of control, is this supposedly thoughtful move sensible? As the tumble dryer rolls on to its fourth cycle of the day and the electricity bill rises like the wails of your newborn on that pricey baby monitor, a push present must cross your other half’s mind with the force of a juggernaut. It fluttered through my drugged-up, childbirth-fogged head whether I should be annoyed that I had gone through hell on earth with no fiscal outcome. Then I considered that, as I had a C-section, does it even qualify as pushing? This thought makes me hate the phrase even more. Anyone who has had surgery to deliver their baby will know, a painful op is an equal horror to natural labour. The question left my mind during the first cuddle with my baby and husband – a moment worth more than any bauble shining on your finger. The premise of delivering a human being into the world being met with a half-heartedly wrapped gift as a trade-off, is like nails down a blackboard. [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] [bc_video video_id=”5571156605001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Rihanna shocked by her paleness in Snapchat filter video taken with pals”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk  
14 Jun 19
The Sun
THE pressure is on to slap on fake tan or get roasting in the sun. But what if you are an English rose and happy for your skin to stay that way all year round? Take a cue from these stars and flaunt your porcelain complexion with pride. Bella Battle has style and beauty tips to help make fair fun this summer. Show me metal like Emma Metallic colours, especially sequins or other embellished looks, are your friend. La La Land actress Emma Stone, 30, is a huge fan of bronze shades that lift the colour of her skin by catching the light and making her shine. Slap on SPF like Gwen Singer Gwen Stefani, 49, admits she has applied high SPF and stayed out of the sun since her teenage years. Do you want a stunningly clear complexion like hers? Drink la lot of water, exfoliate once a week and apply Factor 50, even in winter. You can try Cetaphil Daily Defence Moisturiser SPF50+ (£8.59, Super- drug). The great thing about the product is it does not block pores. Hats the way like Anne Make a statement with your accessories Oscar winner Anne ­Hathaway, 36, is rarely seen out and about without either a trilby or a wide-brimmed hat in the summer. The Devil Wears Prada star’s headgear not only looks chic but also keeps those harmful summer rays off her sensitive skin. See red like diva Dita Be bold with colour this summer. And if bright clothes are not your thing, lift your look with a bright red lipstick. Burlesque diva Dita Von Teese, 46, swears by her cherry-red vintage smackers, as a well-defined lip accentuates her flawless skin. Dita’s tip? Use lip liner around the edges and fill in the lips before adding lipstick on top. We love Maybelline Color Sensational Red For Me (£7.99, Superdrug). Blush like Christina Mad Men star Christina Hendricks, 44, injects warmth into her look with a dash of pink to the cheeks. Corals and blush tones will give your face a summer glow without the need to slap on loads of bronzer. Try Nars Blusher in Amour (£22, Debenhams) or Benefit’s Dandelion brightening powder (£26, ­benefit.com). Keep it light like Keira Actress Keira Knightley, 34, said she “likes to see skin through make-up” – so why not copy her less-is-more look? Choose a glowy, champagne-tinted highlighter and sweep a little bronzer under your cheekbones. Or try Lumene Invisible Illumination Instant Glow Fresh Skin Tint in Universal Light (£32.90, feelunique.com). This fabulous corrector evens out skin tone and covers up spots without hiding freckles. Mix it up like Emilia You can wear pale colours when you pair them with darker hues. Game Of Thrones beauty Emilia Clarke, 32, teamed a pale pink dress with brown polka dots and shoes because richer colours balance her pale skin.   [boxout headline=”Why does Meghan get a ring? The baby IS the reward” intro=”By Nikki Watkins”]THE unquestionably privileged Duchess of Sussex has reportedly received a diamond ring for her efforts in producing an heir for Prince Harry. It seems a little much to give the woman who probably has access to the crown jewels another piece of bling. But that is beyond the point. My big bugbear, as a mum of one, is the growing prevalence of the dreaded PUSH PRESENTS. There really is nothing you can give that compares with the blood, sweat and tears expended in those hours on a labour or surgical ward. A week in bed is the only thing that could cut it and, seeing as you are often the only one who can comfort that howling, new bundle, that is definitely out. The frustrating thing about these irritating presents is that it’s not just the super-rich getting in on the act. On every social media platform, mums are crowing about the Mulberry handbag they got from their other half in exchange for the presentation of a mini-me. Also, when you think about the money this new little life will set you back, it seems a daft time to be splashing out. With maternity pay biting hard and the cost of that 500th packet of nappies spiralling out of control, is this supposedly thoughtful move sensible? As the tumble dryer rolls on to its fourth cycle of the day and the electricity bill rises like the wails of your newborn on that pricey baby monitor, a push present must cross your other half’s mind with the force of a juggernaut. It fluttered through my drugged-up, childbirth-fogged head whether I should be annoyed that I had gone through hell on earth with no fiscal outcome. Then I considered that, as I had a C-section, does it even qualify as pushing? This thought makes me hate the phrase even more. Anyone who has had surgery to deliver their baby will know, a painful op is an equal horror to natural labour. The question left my mind during the first cuddle with my baby and husband – a moment worth more than any bauble shining on your finger. The premise of delivering a human being into the world being met with a half-heartedly wrapped gift as a trade-off, is like nails down a blackboard. [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] [bc_video video_id=”5571156605001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Rihanna shocked by her paleness in Snapchat filter video taken with pals”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk