Knowing which make-up brands are out there can be a mine field at the best of times but when you are making the transition to clean beauty, it can be even harder to know what is available. In this A-Z series, I aim to create a comprehensive resource of the natural and organic make-up brands […]

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What should someone my age wear? This is one of the beauty questions I am most frequently asked, especially when working with (for want of a better phrase) normal people (as supposed to actors or presenters etc). The answer is pretty much anything (within reason). There is no reason why you shouldn’t go with the make-up looks you want, […]

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Lately I’ve been trying to reduce the amount of beauty waste I generate. Compared to most I don’t imagine the quantity of waste is particularly great; I don’t use facial wipes (unless very drunk) and many of the products I purchase are housed in recyclable/reusable containers. That said, I am striving to do more to offset my beauty […]

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  • Mirjam

    I am also trying to reduce my beauty footprint. At first by using things up instead of buying new. I use a cellulose sponge for my face now (it can be washed), I can even use it for my eyes but usually I use an organic cotton pad of a tissue to do my eyes. I also want to try a cognac sponge. I also think about reducing packages. That’s why I use a soap bar for my hair now (from chagrin valley, there great) All this plastics you throw away otherwise….ReplyCancel

    • Organic Makeup Artist

      I thoroughly agree Mirjam. All great ideas and I always think every little bit helps.Will check out the Chagrin Valley soap – I love the idea of a cognac sponge too ;) xReplyCancel