In acceptance with the fact that there is no 100% organic & vegan nail polish out there, I’m exploring one of the cleanest conventional possibilities we’ve got.
Sunscreens, heh? You can’t do with them, you can’t do without. Here comes a round-up of recent health knowledge, short & sweet to read & to share.
The days get cold and grey enough, there’s no point in sporting a grey face proudly presented by poorly chosen concealers!
As September goes on, our agendas get filled with events: art week here, trade fair there; openings, launches, dinners. Time to mingle, to socialize and… to rock a classic red pout, green […]
TBH I’m not much of a lip gloss *fan*. I hate it when stuff keeps sticking to my lips: strands of hair, drinking straws, fruit flies (yikes!), random men…
I bought Everyday Minerals because they claimed to be vegan, free of nano-particles, silicone, fragrance, talc- and bismuth oxychloride. A review.
This is the 2013 edition of our common sunscreen knowledge.
A Chapter of the Quest in which BEAUTYCALYPTIQUE attempts to beat the dusty answers and the nasty truth out of her Mineral Makeup.
You can tell it’s springtime when the glossies start two waves of attack on our winter-fat selves: bikini shape and tan.
There’s make-up with “mineral” in its name (and granted, some in its formula) and there’s real mineral makeup. Let’s have a closer look at the smoke and the mirrors.