REVIEW: OXYGENETIX FOUNDATION

Oxygenetix Oxygenating Foundation¬† This is quite literally makeup made to sweat in. Originally created for post-procedure skin, the foundation is gel based (but feels like a thick BB cream) and is made from silica gel and natural ingredients like Salix Alba, Vitamin E and grape seed extract. All of which allows the skin to breathe and promotes skin cell production,…
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WHAT ABOUT AUTHENTIC BRANDS?

Authenticity has become such a currency that we all want a piece of it. And so quickly have we leapt at the aspiration that the word itself has almost become a synonym for pragmatism. As long as we show vulnerability we are authentic. However, if that’s not an aspect of our character that’s fine too – admitting that we may…
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REVIEW TRULY EXPERIENCES: CLUB GASCON 5 COURSE TASTING MENU

Club Gascon, a one star Michelin restaurant in the City stands humble amongst cobbled streets and pub-lined alleyways. Out of the prestigiously awarded restaurants I’ve visited, it’s one of the most understated yet refined. The restaurant itself is part of a group, Le Bar (which is just next door) and Comptoir Gascon. Walking into the intimate dining room is not…
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GIRLS THAT TRAVEL AS WORK

Travelling the world has always been a kind of gap year dream to me. So when I got to planning this post, I never thought I would find it so effortless to find three inspirational women to interview that travel as their work.¬† Things have changed – travelling as your job isn’t just restricted to highbrow hotel critics or ragged…
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WHY SLOGAN TEES MATTER, LIKE ACTUALLY

Last year, when Maria Grazia Chiuri made her debut at Dior with tees emblazoned with ‘Feminist’ and Prabal Gurung showcased similar t-shirts with political slogans, ‘I Am An Immigrant’ and ‘This Is What A Feminist Looks Like’, the online world was a-twitter with opinion. Although this development is important, I see that it was truly born with Chanel’s 2014 feminist…
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