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Get in the know with… Beauteabible !

With the UK beauty industry alone worth £15bn, it’s no wonder that there has been a significant rise in self- taught make-up artists and beauty bloggers all trying to squeeze a piece of this fat cake. The beauty blogging scene seems saturated, and as novices to the beauty world, we have trawled through quite a fair few, seeking to learn as much as we can about beauty and skin-care. Page after page, beauty bloggers that we found seemed to all be reviewing the same old products and providing the same information. That’s when we stumbled across the ‘Beautea Bible’. Entering the blog run by Tanjia and Maryam, was akin to stepping into an Aladdin’s cave of beauty gems. Everything we needed, everything, concerning beauty, was right there! Aesthetically pleasing, and easily navigable, BeauteaBible is heavily detailed without being overwhelming for newbies to the world of beauty. A beginner could flick through and easily identify which products and equipment they would need to start their introduction to make-up and skin care. For the more advanced, T and M offer …


Cane & Austin Re-texturising Pads

We first heard about the Cane & Austin Re-texturising Pads via one of our favourite beauty bloggers Tia Ward. She is such a beauty and easy to watch because of her down-to-earth energy. We’re so big on genuine vibes that we can’t really connect with a person’s message or brand if they don’t  emanate genuine-ness! Tia is such a sweet heart and her videos are never boring, check her out. On her channel she talks about how she has suffered with bad skin for many years. Although our skin is pretty good (praise God), we have used damaging products over the years and in general neglected it. A lack of spots doesn’t necessarily mean healthy skin.   The re-texturising pads come soaked in glycolic acid and when rubbed over the face, set to work breaking down the top (and usually dead) layer of skin. Skin has several layers so fear not, this won’t leave a hole in your face, and the concentration of acid has been carefully formulated. One thing I would recommend is putting …