For hundreds of years rose has been widely recognized as a symbol of love, sympathy or sorrow. We know that they are also used in perfumes because of the scent they give off. Rose oils are perhaps the most widely used essential oil in perfumery. Rose oil is a light yellow, viscous oil that is… Continue reading Rose Oil
Hey lovelies, I'm guessing you've come here to know the difference between a matte bronzer and contour powder or if they are even the same thing. Well sis, you've come to the right place. Firstly, I'm going to start off by saying they are not the same thing sis. I thought that too. I know.… Continue reading Matte Bronzer vs Contour Powder
Bibie Beauty Lab Do you feel its unnecessary to wash your brand new freshly arrived brushes? Well same because I be thinking no makeup has touched it so why bother. !!!BUT!!! Sis we need to wash those new babies! I know it a bit stressful but its a thin now, lets make it a thing.… Continue reading Should I wash my new brushes before the first use?
Hello readers, Recently, I was searching up on black owned brands that I could have access to and it was just a bit annoying that most of these brands were located in the US and they weren't any of their products in the UK so over the past few days, I did some research on… Continue reading Black-Owned Beauty Brands available in the UK
1. FOAM CLEANSER Foaming cleansers are excellent for oily acne prone skin. It’s ideal for removing oils and layers of makeup. I, personally prefer foaming cleansers as they tend to be drying after washing them off. I just like the feeling of my face being dry for a moment lol. My to go cleanser is… Continue reading Oily Skin’s Best Friends
Dry skin isn’t usually serious but acne-prone dry skin is another case. Using the wrong products could make it worse so here are some products that could help. 1. SULPHATE-FREE, HYDRATING FACIAL WASH When looking for a facial wash, it’s best to go for sulphate-free ones that have hydrators like glycerin and hyaluronic acid in… Continue reading Dry Skin Best Friends
Winter is here and so are chapped lips, where the lips get dry quicker and could potentially lead to peeling and possibly bleeding. Lips don’t contain oil glands like other parts of the skin. This means lips are more susceptible to drying out and becoming chapped. Lack of moisture can make the problem worse. So… Continue reading Winter Lip Care