I spent some of the past few weeks working on the Olympics broadcast coverage for a US network and one product I used repeatedly and was loved by the presenters and guests alike was my Organic Bronzer. NVEY ECO Nourishing Bronzer I have to admit, I have always had a bit of a hatred of […]

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  • Love it! All your posts seem to come at the right time for me as I’m looking for a natural bronzer. I have been using hula from benefit which works for me applied very lightly so I’m sure this one works in the same way! It’s great to know which products really work! :)ReplyCancel

  • Hmmm…NVEY that seems marvalous make up product to me. May be we can use it in St Thomas Weddings ceremony.ReplyCancel

Although not an eco brand in its conception the Louise Young brushes are still a lot more ethical than most. As an experienced Make-up Artist Louise has produced a range of extremely high quality brushes that work for professional Make-up Artists and regular consumers alike. As you know I have a make-up brush obsession and these […]

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  • I love my Louise young brushes they are such good quality and work well! I can’t wait to get some more!ReplyCancel

  • Also I was wondering the other day about them being animal hairs and where thay had come from, as I knew the wood came from a good place but wasn’t sure about the hair, so I’m glad you have now reassured me with this post!ReplyCancel

  • So pleased you share the love! They are beautiful.
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After last weeks Olympic inspired post, I thought I would follow with a nod to our medal wins with a celebration of Gold, Silver and Bronze mineral eyeshadows from a trio of natural and organic make-up companies. A gold, silver and bronze for every budget; and the winners are… Inika Cosmetics  First out of the […]

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