I visited Professional Beauty 2018 in London this week, and I was really happy to find a brand on sale that I haven’t seen in the UK before. Ella + Mila Polish is available in Target in the US, and online, but I found it on sale from a vegan beauty retailer here too! I bought some of their shades, and used two for this easy but effective design of a glitter gradient.
You probably already know that I like citrus scents as part of my nail care routine, so this is perfect. When I was asked to select a Babylon Tree Shea Butter Soap for review, it was an easy choice.
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Although I don’t show off my feet in photos (no one needs to see that!) I do take care of them. I tried Babyfoot a couple of years ago, and although it’s excellent at removing hard skin it’s very gross. Today I’m sharing my recipe for how to remove hard skin from your feet at home, with zero effort!
It’s the most annoying thing ever (to me): I spend money and time making my manicure look great. So I don’t want to have any breaks if I can manage it! Here are my top tips on how to avoid breaking a nail.
There are a few tips and tricks that nail artists like me have to make our manicures look amazing. I want to share the 3 secrets nail artists know, because they are really easy and will make such a difference to your designs.
This is a bit different from my normal blog posts, but I hope you still find it interesting. Before I start, this is not for the squeamish. Just believe me when I say I got nail polish in my eye and it was awful. Don’t let it happen to you, and as soon as you see your polish chipping, take it off and do a fresh manicure.
For the rest of you with stronger constitutions, read on… Read More