Ed’s note: A few months ago I was asked to recommend a mascara that would make eyelashes look really big. After contacting some lovely beauty companies they sent us a stack of mascaras to try. I enlisted the help of two sisters Chloe and Lily to see what they thought and most importantly, what was the most volumising. Here’s what they had to say:
Brand/Product: Australis Multi Mega Lash in Black.
Price: $12.95 from Priceline, Kmart, Big W or shop online.
We heart Inika, we really do. They’re certified organic, vegan and halal. And we were super excited to be sent Tempest, their new colour collection valued at $95. So excited in fact that we decided to give it away to one of our loyal readers.
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Tempest is certified organic, vegan, halal and valued at $95
This time last year my baby was only five months old so I didn’t feel qualified for Mother’s Day presents. I don’t really feel qualified now either – my 17-month-old can’t drink out of a cup, let alone go shopping for gifts. So I’ve written a hypothetical Mother’s Day list and I figure I might as well share it with my dear readers. Who knows? It might even inspire you for gift ideas for your mum.
1) Inika Certified-Organic Liquid Foundation
I’ve heard such good things about this award-winning mineral makeup. For $65 a pop I probably should wait until I’ve used up my Face of Australia stuff. But if someone were to buy for it for me, like my partner, I’d feel like this.
Kate looking all cute and Eastery
I’m calling it – Easter is the most laid-back of holidays. Sure, it’s centred around food but it’s all pretty low key – rip open a bag of chocolate eggs or grab some hot cross buns and voilà – Easter is celebrated. Anzac Day means baking biscuits, Australia Day requires pavlova and/or lamingtons, and Christmas .. well, let’s not even think about it before I have a panic attack about how much there is to organise.
Easter is a time to veg out. We might get festive with our hair and make-up for New Year’s and Christmas but this particular holiday means pulling out the drawstring trackies and floppy t-shirts. Then let the gorging begin….
After an awesome run of FABruary with thousands of pics uploaded, Fox in Flats is taking the styledares into March and we couldn’t be more pleased. It’s the perfect way to step out of your comfort zone or find an excuse to dig out those neglected items from your wardrobe. If you’re yet to take part I really recommend it. The Fox in Flats community are so supportive and encouraging. And it’s just a lot of fun. Here are some ideas to keep it cruelty free.
Style Dares. Have you heard of them? It all started when blogger Fox In Flats dared her readers to wear red lipstick every day for a week. It went gangbusters. Now people from all around the world are chomping at the bit to be taken outside their comfort zones. I’ve been doing them for a while now and lemme tell ya it’s a lot of fun. The support you get is unbelievable. Strangers liking your posts and leaving flattering comments can be a much-needed ego boost, particularly for those of us who have been stuck in a style rut. Continue reading