REVIEW: RADARA MICRO-CHANNEL PATCHES

We all know what micro-needling is, right? If you need a refresh, it’s where tiny pricks ranging from 0.25mm to 1.0mm in length create punctures in the skin as it’s rolled across the face. This aids in better absorption of product where those that contain hyaluronic acid are most commonly used. This is a naturally occurring component in our bodies…
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LANVIN X ATELIER SWAROVSKI

  Shot by Anastasija, @anastasija__je Editorial: Calla Atelier Nora dress | Lanvin X Atelier Swarovski jewellery WTA Pre-Wimbledon Party: Nasty Gal top | Delphine the Label dress | Saint Laurent bag | Atelier Swarovski jewellery  
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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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