Royal Wedding Makeup: It was all about blush and brows

So it's all been revealed. Kate and Wills have tied the knot, we've seen the dress, the hair, the tiara. It was all there. Now, on to what I was most curious about - the makeup!

The Duchess of Cambridge, as she is now officially known, opted to do her own makeup on the day. She'd been taking one on one makeup lessons with U.K makeup artist Arabella Preston who was set to paint Miss Kate before she walked down the aisle.

But after several lessons with Ms. Preston, People Magazine reported that Kate was "comfortable and confident" in doing it herself, and preferred this after being unsatisfied with the job done on her makeup before her engagement photo shoot with Mario Testino. She's said to have wiped it off that day and reapplied it herself.

So beauties do you think she did a good job?

There were three things I noticed about Kate's look on her special day,
1. The tan
2. The eyebrows
3. The cheeks

England's newest Princess was looking spiffy, that's for sure, and could it have been because she was a little more bronze than usual? Maybe it was just the bridal glow, or a lovely sweep of bronzer across the nose and forehead.

Kate kept things simple with a light soft rose lip and added her pop of colour with a rosy blush swept generously over her cheeks. Her foundation was flawless (I'd love to know what product she used) As for the eyes, her deep dark peepers were accentuated with rich lashings of mascara and dark liner in the waterline and across the upper lash line. As for the lids, from what I could see she went with a soft greyish taupe shadow and her dark eyebrows were deepened and elongated, I'd say with a good wash of eyebrow gel and deep brown powder.

Personally, I think she looked nice, but the eyebrows were a bit much. They seem to get darker and darker the deeper she enters "The Firm" (what some like to call the royal family).

I would have loved to see Kate rock a nude natural eye and soft cheek with a darker lip, I think she has the complexion and hair to really pull a ruby red lippie off. But hey, it wasn't my wedding was it?! I have to say though, her sister Pippa Middleton was a knock-out wasn't she? Apparently the other Middleton Miss is single, not for long I'd say!

I'd love to hear what everyone else thought about Kate's look on her special day!


Any beauty choices today celebrating the royal wedding?

So the day has come for Kate and Wills.

It's likely we won't hear about much else for the next few days (which is terrible given the tragedy unfolding in the American south).

But if you can't beat them, join them I suppose. So I'm going to quickly jump on the bandwagon and ask you other beauties what you're doing today to celebrate the royal wedding?

I thought I might don some glitter eyeliner to my look today, just for that little bit of extra pizazz. I'm jealous of those nail gurus who own the polishes - "Dating a Royal" by OPI or "Royal" by Ulta3 Speed Dry (both lovely deep blues like Kate's ring). I hope all you girls are whipping those colours out today.

It will be interesting to see what dress Kate wears, I'm guessing something simple, but big. Royal wedding dresses are ALWAYS big. There's also been much debate about her tiara, will she or won't she wear a royal antique? We shall soon find out.

Has anyone else heard she is doing her OWN makeup?! Crazy huh? She could have the best of the best primping and preening her, but apparently she's going down the self application route. Does anyone else think that's a bit strange? Obviously she's not makeup obsessed like some (ahem!) other people! :)

As for other news, my prayers go out to the people in the American south who are suffering after the devastating tornados. I hope we don't all forget that life happens and nature doesn't care about a royal wedding.

Have a good day beauties!


Video Review/Tutorial: VS Sassoon Big Hair Styler

Hey beauties!

So I've forayed into the world of YouTube again, this time using the VS Sassoon Big Hair Styler, check out my video and let me know what you think!

I'm actually entering a competition with this video through VS Sassoon to win a new camera, but all opinions and instructions in this vid are honest, and my own! I'd love for you guys to check out the vid, comment and subscribe so the VS Sassooners know that I have buddies out there in beauty land!! :)

But now, on to the review!

This thing is really cool! And let me tell you I am hard to impress when it comes to styling tools. I invest in super expensive stuff usually because the cheaper brands just don't do it for me. I have a Parlux hair dryer and a GHD that I would sleep with if Mr. BeautyScholar didn't mind :P But VS Sassoon are really stepping up their game lately. I bought the Wave Magic recently which I thought was totally awesome, especially for getting hair like Lauren Conrad (I am totally obsessed with her hair!).

Now, as for the Big Hair Styler, I'm totally rubbish at blow drying my hair (what an admission for a beauty junkie?!?) but this tool makes it a lot easier. My problems with blow drying usually come from not being able to angle the brush correctly but because this styler is a dryer and brush in one, that is completely avoided! And, I usually get tired of the drying because my hair takes forever, but this thing gets it done almost as quick as the parlux, for about $100 cheaper!

All you have to do is get used to using the rotation buttons in the correct way which doesn't take long (and I'm pretty uncoordinated). By the way, I have naturally wavy hair so I was very excited by the 'sleek' look that I got with this little beauty. It does make your hair nice and shiny too!

I'm excited about it getting cooler because I get to whip out all my cute little hats and beanies. Is anyone else addicted to hair/head accessories in the cooler months?


Mini Budget Beauty Haul: BYS

Well I've been a naughty little make-up junkie in the last few days and I've bought some products I wanted to share with you. I'm putting it down to the fact that I was deprived shopping and make-up for a few days over the easter break, see my camping essentials beauty post here.

I tried to behave myself though, and I only let loose at my local Gloss store where I picked up some BYS products. Now, I'll let you in on a little secret, in my undergraduate uni time I used to work at Gloss, and back in those glory days the store not only stocked BYS and other beauty brands but it also sold all sorts of NYX products (and I had a staff discount!). Sadly, those days seem to be gone, but on the up-side BYS has improved a lot since then, most of their formulas are pretty good now, and they still have the cheapie price tag (although they used to be even cheaper!). BYS is also available at K-Mart and believe it or not, The Reject Shop, but Gloss usually carries the biggest range.

So, on to the goodies. I grabbed a white kohl eyeliner, a synthetic angled blush brush, three original lipsticks (they also have a long-wear formula available) and a blush. All for under $30 I might add (most BYS products retail for $3.95 at Gloss, the brush was $8.95). Here is a pic:

I've only tested the eye kohl once, and I'm not overjoyed with it, it's a bit hard, doesn't glide on super smooth, but it will do for the moment. I find a white eyeliner to be essential in a make-up case to line the waterline when you're looking tired, but thanks to lots of sleep over Easter I haven't needed to break it out yet.

As for the brush, the lovely beauties who follow me on Twitter will know I've been searching for a cheap brush that I can use with my Australis finishing powder (and double up for use with blushes/illuminators). I'm going to invest in MAC brushes one day (sigh!) but I actually don't mind this brush for the price. They had some other brushes which were cheaper and felt awful, but the BYS synthetic line seemed ok. So far so good, it feels soft, holds its shape even after a clean, and it doesn't leave little whiskers all over your face like cheap brushes usually do. It scores about an 8/10 in the cheap brush stakes I think!

Now, for the lipsticks. I've been on a bit of a lipstick kick lately and I loved the fact BYS has so many colours for only $3.95. To the left is a picture of the three I got. From left to right colours are:

Devil in Disguise, Sassy Salmon and Coral Kiss.

Can I just say I'm in LOVE with the Devil in Disguise colour. Not only does it instantly get me singing the Elvis song (Mr. BeautyScholar said he had the song stuck in his head for hours after I told him the name of the colour) but it is just a divine colour. Think an  orange based ruby red, with a gold sheen. It's just so pretty. Here are some swatches of all three lipsticks (let me apologise in advance for my crappy photography. I'm still trying to master the art of taking swatch photos properly).

At the top is the Coral Kiss, Devil in Disguise in the centre and Sassy Salmon down the bottom. The Coral Kiss is actually a lot darker than the Salmon in real life, and they all have a lustre finish that my camera didn't really pick up.

As for the other two shades, Sassy Salmon is a slightly purplish pink. It reminds me a little of the Revlon Matte pink pout shade but it is slightly darker (and not matte of course!). The Coral kiss is a bright true coral, and I find it lovely to wear on through the day. It gives just the right pop of colour.

Here is another pick of these two shades on my lips, the colours came out a bit better in this one, Sassy Salmon is on the top and Coral Kiss is on the bottom...

These lippies wear fairly well given their price point and after they fade a little, all three colours leave a nice tint on the lips for several hours and they aren't drying or smudgy. I do have one major gripe with them though, and you've probably heard this before. The packaging is TERRIBLE! Not only is it tacky and cheap looking, it is not functional at all. The lids on these babies do not click shut at all, they just fall off, completely. Some are tighter than the others but I'd be careful throwing these in your handbag if you didn't have a lipstick case to transport them in. 
Now, on to the blush. Ok, so I am totally coveting NARS Orgasm like any beauty-o-holic that doesn't own it. So I've been searching for cheap imitations. I don't have the NARS one to compare it to, but from what I've seen this one doesn't do too badly, it's kind of similar - 
Again sorry for the swatch, it's pretty average, but you can see that it is a similar shade to Orgasm. What do you think? It's got a slightly shimmery finish with a slight touch of gold in it, and it is just pigmented enough for my pale skin. You might have to apply it a bit heavier though to get a good colour deposit if you had a darker complexion. Looks great with the Coral Kiss lippie too! 

Ok beauties, I've nattered on enough about my purchases. I'd love to know what BYS stuff you own, any good dupes in their range? They had some other cute things that I might need to pick up soon like the baked blush and baked bronzer and funky animal instinct eye shadows, but hopefully I won't have to go camping again to justify the purchases :) 

xxx BeautyScholar.  

Camping Beauty Must-Haves

So let's just get one thing out of the way first, I am not much of a camper.

BUT that being said, I did just return from four days camping with Mr. BeautyScholar and my family.
I haven't actually "camped" out since I was about twelve, so it was a real shock to the system to have to deal with amenities blocks and dam water, not to mention tents and bugs, and campfire smoke, oh my!

Now you probably think I am being a total princess, and I totally am, but I did learn a few things in my time away that I wanted to share with other little princesses out there in beauty land, should they ever be faced with the ultimate challenge, how to make camping...glamping!

I had a box of tools that fared me well on my Easter escape which looked like this.....

Inside my super cute hot pink crocodile skin makeup box (so princess!) I kept my Neutrogena Ultra Sheer sunscreen body mist, travel size Invisible Zinc Tinted Daywear Light, Simple travel sized eye makeup remover, NYX Nude on Nude Natural Look Kit, Blistex, Covergirl Waterproof Mascara, and MAC Viva Glam lipstick in Cyndi.

I also forgot to photograph my Nivea facial wipes which were still tucked away in the side of my overnight bag at this stage! (But these things saved my life and were great multi-tasking wipes to have on hand all the time).

I was very proud of myself for only taking this little lot away with me (of course face wash, body wash, toothbrush, haircare etc etc were in another *small* bag), although I was mocked mercilessly by my brother for the pink cosmetic case.

Basically I learnt a few things while camping, number one was ALWAYS wear sunscreen, never, ever forget. I love this neutrogena mist, although it is only SPF15 so it should be reapplied regularly if you're outdoors a lot. While I watched other campers slathering on oily goop to keep the rays at bay, I was misting myself with this spray can which dries quickly and doesn't leave a sticky residue (great when your dealing with bugs and dirt - ick!).

On the topic of sun smarts I found Blistex or some form of lip conditioner/sunscreen to be essential, unless you want to be chapped lip Sally when you get home from your rural adventure.

I also loved the Invisible Zinc tinted moisturiser while I was away, normally I like a fuller coverage foundation, but when you're camping this is a bit much. This has a lovely tint to it that is just enough cover, and has the added benefit of 30+ sunscreen. I was lucky that I didn't need much concealer over the break (going to bed at 8pm helps those under eye circles!), but you could always add a light concealer to this tint for extra coverage.

Waterproof mascara is a no brainer when you're camping of course, and to shed this from the eyes when the sun goes down, makeup remover is a must. I love the Simple eye makeup remover and it comes in this cute little travel sized mini bottle for about $3.

I also took along my newly purchased NYX nude on nude kit, which also has two lip products in a drawer beneath the eyeshadows. I thought those colours were pretty average though, so I can't see myself ever using them, but when you're camping, and desperate, they may just come in handy! The eye shadow colours in this kit are perfect for a natural girl look, and they are pigmented enough that if you do want to step things up a bit you can layer them on for deeper colour. I did miss having my eye shadow brushes though! But, we can make do, that's why we have fingers at all right? Just for makeup application?

Finally I HAD to take at least one MAC product with me or I may not have survived, and since I only just bought the Viva Glam Cyndi lipstick I was far too attached to this little beauty to leave it behind. I applied only small amounts with my pinkie finger over the blistex and it gave the perfect "I haven't even tried" tint to my lips. Also, I realized a few kms down the road that I'd forgotten blush (argh! minor meltdown!), but a few dabs of this lippie on the apples of my cheeks, rubbed in well, was like a lovely hint of cream blush. The matching lip and cheek hue also made the look all the more natural!

So, I have returned from my camping trip, all in one piece, and when I saw my makeup table and bathroom full of products after four days I had to fight back tears of joy. As for the hot shower and hair treatment I quickly applied on my return? Ah... heaven.

Camping can (sort of!) be glamping, with the right beauty booty, but I'll be happily back in the land of internet, mobile phones and bugless bathrooms for a good long while to come I think.

Happy belated Easter all!

xxx BeautyScholar

Lauren Conrad's New Beauty Website: Coming soon!

Awesome article on Primped today: News Desk: Lauren Conrad to take her beauty knowledge online PRIMPED

Lauren Conrad always looks amazing, can't wait to see what her beauty website will be like.Honestly though, like I needed another beauty site to suck me in! I have so many I love already!!

Thanks LC... if I can't finish my dissertation now because I'm procrastinating on your site, it's totally your fault! :P

Be sure to bookmark The Beauty Department and look out for the launch!

Loving Lauren's lippie in this pic:

xxx BeautyScholar

"Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo" TV mini-series Review

I'm sure I wasn't the only one anticipating the docodrama mini-series "Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo", which screened on ABC1 last night and tonight. As a mag addict and former publishing worker-bee it's always interesting to see other people's perspectives on what really goes on under the glossy covers.

So was the anticipation worth it? Hmmm, not really.

For one thing I don't think it was long enough! I would have loved to have seen a few more instalments, chronicling Cleo as it 'grew up' so to speak. I mean Ita worked at ACP a bloody long time, surely there would have been a bit more to report? Because really, they launched the mag, lots of people bought it and thought it was a bit rude, Ita had a baby and got upset a few times, a few people smoked some joints and had affairs and...well that was really it.

Maybe I'm being a little bit harsh, as I know magazines played a major role in helping to liberate women from socially prescribed roles in the seventies, and I do think this came across in this well made piece of Aussie TV, but I just thought there was a larger story to tell.

I have to say the second instalment was a lot better than the first, and the acting, particularly Asher Keddie (who I loved in Offspring) as the honourable Miss B herself, was stellar. Although seeing Belle from Home and Away as an "aspiring" journalist and wannabe feminist was a bit strange, Jessica Tovey is a quality Aussie actress too, but I kept expecting her to head back to the 'Bay' at any given moment. Instead (SPOILER!) she headed over to London to escape a married lover, and work on the underground(?!) mag TimeOut.

So are "true" stories about the mag industry just not as juicy as we want them to be? A quick squiz at the supposed reality show Park Street on foxtel would suggest so. I can't count how many reviews I've read about that one labelling it boring, underwhelming, and just plain dull. I still watch it, but more in the hope I'll see a few minutes of something interesting in the half hour program. As someone who has worked in the biz, I can tell you there are plenty of drama queens and giant egos walking the corridors of the major publishing houses that would make great characters in any soap (but it looks like they're hiding).

So why is the juicy stuff about publishing being disguised with portrayals of 'nice' people and 'typical' work days?

Maybe everyone is just being far too polite? I can't help but get the sneaking suspicion that the Aussie mag industry is trying to build an admirable image in order to sell more issues, because, let's face it, circulation is in the toilet! But maybe they should take a different approach, dish the juice! I mean come on, Kim Kardashian made a skanky sex tape and it promoted her career! The public loves drama, and are attracted to it like moths to a flame. I think that's the only way the mags can put a bit of fire back into their sales.

The lovely Mia Freedman (who could give Ita a run for her magazine queen tiara) has written an interesting post discussing Paper Giants and Park Street on her website here (the PaperGiants image above is courtesy of this article).

I commend her honesty about the current state of the industry. Maybe it will soon be lights out in the glossy offices? Are the mags dying?

As Sylvia Plath said (and Paper Giants quoted!):

Is an art, like everything else.
I do it exceptionally well.

I do it so it feels like hell.
I do it so it feels real...

So Cosmo/Cleo etc, does it feel real?

xxx BeautyScholar

Free Pantene Sample from Rouge Magazine!

Head over to the Aussie version of Rouge Magazine and join up for V.I.P info for the chance to sample Pantene's Three Minute Miracle Hair Treatment. This site has great info on all things beauty, and who doesn't love an Australian based beauty/fashion site??

Check out Pantene 3 Minute Miracle Offer on Rouge Mag

Beauty Blog Giveaway!

To celebrate the launch of my little blog I'm giving away a pack of beauty goodies to a lucky reader. To enter, simply 'follow' my blog and add a comment on what you think of the blog so far! 

Inside this month's BeautyScholar 
Giveaway Pack: 

* Orly Nail Lacquer in 'Orange Punch' 
* Sally Hansen Mega Shine Extended Wear Top Coat
* Sally Hansen Radiant Hands, Nails and Cuticle Creme 
* Sally Hansen Maximum Growth Daily Nail Growth Program 
* Sally Hansen Hard as Nails Nail Polish in 'Red Hot'
* Revlon Colorstay Ultimate Liquid Lipstick in 'Top Tomato'
* Palmers Cocoa Butter Formula Body Gloss 50g
* Lee Stafford Poker Straight DeHumidifier 50ml
* Nair Easiwax strips for face/bikini/sensitive areas, 20 pack

For an extra entry mention my giveaway on your own blog, and email me your URL to

Worth over $115! Good Luck :)
Terms and Conditions: this giveaway is only open to Australian residents. Entries open April 8th 2011 at 5pm AEDT and close Friday April 22nd at 5pm AEDT. 

Pefume Review: Purr by Katy Perry

Ahhh Katy Perry, I tried not to like you, I really did. When the annoying 'I kissed a girl' was being played over and over on the radio I despised you, but slowly Ms P has won my heart.

How could you not love a celeb with such funky style? And the catchy tunes on the 'Teenage Dream' album don't hurt either... then it was those funky O.P.I colours in her nail polish range. 'Not Like the Movies' is still up there with my favourite O.P.I colours, and it's perfect with a coat of Black Shatter over the top of course.

Katy has continued to pump up her bank account using her current popularity by launching a fragrance called Purr by Katy Perry. Celeb fragrances always suck me in, but I honestly have to like the product too before I'll buy it. I have a couple of the Britney Spears fragrances, and when Radiance came out last year I was all ready to add it to my collection, given that the bottle was so pretty, but it was far too sickly sweet for me, so it remained on the Myer shelf.

But, I don't think I will have the power to resist Purr. First of all, it looks like this:

I mean come on! It's a gorgeous shade of purple, it has sparkles on the bottle, AND it's a kitty cat!! Katy, or the smart perfume company designers, have really made this product with young women in mind. Purr combines cuteness, with feline sexiness and spunk, in a bottle I just want to play with all the time.

So, last night I went on the hunt for the perfume itself, having seen the pics and read all about it, and I finally found it at David Jones, where they had the 50ml eu de parfum bottle for $69 and the 100ml for $89. But when I first sprayed it, I wasn't convinced. I was chatting with a couple of the sales ladies about it and they said they felt the same, but the thing with this fragrance is once it's been on the skin for a while it morphs into something quite different than that first spray. I had to see that for myself.

On first sniff this perfume reminds me of blueberries, really full on sweet blueberry scent with a touch of bubblegum and green apple. But, after sitting on your skin for ten or so minutes, (the DJs gals were right!!) the bubblegum and blueberries fade to this lovely rich vanilla, with tones of berry sweetness.

The official scent description is: Purr opens with a fresh citrus accord featuring peach nectar and apple with green bamboo. Supporting notes include a delicate bouquet of jasmine blossom, pink freesia and Bulgarian rose, balanced by vanilla orchid, white amber, creamy sandalwood and musk.

I never really understand these descriptions, and they don't really give me an image of what perfumes smell like, but I do get the apple for sure, and the jasmine, rose and vanilla really set in later.

If you like sweet or woody scents just give this one a chance. I think after wearing it for a while I would have to classify it as more woody or oriental. It's definately sexy, and it is really strong too, so if you're a bit sensitive to fragrances I'd stay away. The heaviness of it reminds me a little bit of Lola by Marc Jacobs, but the scents themselves are only slightly similar.

Now, the question is, how long can I wait before I buy it? I only wish I lived in the states where the 1 ounce (30ml) bottle is only about $35... here it's $49 - too close to fifty bucks for a broke PhD student I think, given the fact I'm not 100% sure I like it!

Purr by Katy Perry is available in Australia officially on April 24, 2011.

M.A.C Painterly Paint Pot - How I love thee!

So today I decided to blog about something I absolutely love. A product I use almost every day!
The M.A.C Paint Pot in the shade Painterly.

Now I've heard a lot of talk about products that are specifically marketed as eyelid/eyeshadow primers, some are pigmented, and some translucent, and I know M.A.C even has their own, but I prefer to use this cream to powder finish eye product as a base. That way, you get a nice bit of colour deposited first. I'm dying to try the Urban Decay Eden eye shadow primer, which from what I can tell, is a similar shade, but I'm trying to behave myself and wait until I visit the states in a few months (ahhh - SEPHORA!!) to get that one.

Anyway, back to Painterly. It's basically a matte nudish beige shadow, and if you aren't familiar with the M.A.C paint pots (RRP AUD$35), they're basically little pots of eyeshadow cream that go on smooth and dry to a crease proof powder finish that lasts and lasts. They're not good to apply with a brush, I find the tip of my finger works best, and you really don't have to use too much for a great finish.

I was a little concerned when I first purchased a paint pot, as I've had similar products before that have dried up super fast. But the M.A.C glass pots and super tightly sealed screw on lid seem to keep the product perfect. I've had paint pots for months and months and they've never dried out, or run out for that matter!

My go to eye-wear for day is a coat of Painterly worked over the entire lid and up to the brow, then a quick fluff brush application of M.A.C eyeshadow in Woodwinked (a lovely brownish bronze) worked circularly around the outer edges of the lid and the crease, finished off with a lick of brown mascara. I've worn Woodwinked on it's own or with other powder eye products before and to me it just doesn't wear as well or look as pretty. Painterly - what did I do without you?


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Review: Nivea Visage Daily Essentials Cleansing Wipes & New Product Shout Out!

I'm pretty positive that not a day goes by when I don't reach for one of the Nivea Daily Essentials Cleansing Wipes for dry and sensitive skin. Whether it's getting rid of that last bit of black smudge under my eyes after I've cleansed my skin, or if it's for a super fast morning pick-me-up cleanse - these do not disappoint.

I've tried so many different facial / makeup removing cleansing wipes and I continue to go back to this brand. I bought them initially because after reading packet after packet I found that this particular offering from Nivea didn't have a truck load of parabens in it like a lot of the other wipes on the market. This probably has something to do with the formulation designed for sensitive skin, I can't comment on the other Nivea wipes in this range because I've never tried them. I will say however I was looking around for something priced at around $7 or $8 a packet. I know some of the higher end brands have wipes (Napoleon and M.A.C for instance) but I go through so many of them that I wanted something affordable I could easily pick up at Priceline or my local supermarket.

I continue to go back to these wipes time after time however because of a couple of reasons. Firstly, I find them to be much gentler on my skin than other wipes that can sometimes feel like sandpaper soaked in acid! You know the feeling, roughish cloth - chemically scented coating. It's not something you enjoy rubbing on your face.

These wipes have a soft almost soapy scent, it's not overpowering and I find it to be quite refreshing. My skin feels soft and slightly hydrated afterward, and there is no tightness or dryness like you can get from similar products which contain too much alcohol.

I like the cloth that they make them with too, it's pliable and has enough texture to remove stubborn makeup but it is by no means abrasive. According to Nivea, this is due to 'the soft fleece with micro-sponges' - sounds like a cross between a baby lamb and sponge-bob squarepants doesn't it?! Whatever.. it feels nice!

It goes without saying then that I was pretty stoked to find out that Nivea has now extended this 'Daily Essentials' range to include moisturising creams and another version of wipes for those extra sensitive folk, which are fragrance free. With three options in these new day creams, one for Normal and Combination Skin, one for Oily & Combination Skin and one for Dry and Sensitive Skin (yay that's me!) there is surely something in this range for everyone.They're all priced at around $12.99, 50ml, and come complete with SPF15 (a must for any daily moisturiser).

 I'm looking forward to trying them - watch this space!

BeautyScholar xxx

My first YouTube video!

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