Had a great time away.
I only managed to get into the MAC Pro Store whilst in Canada and got a haul of shadows that I have seen on YouTube and lusting over but haven’t found them in the UK. I did want to get into the Sephora store, but was not meant to be, I will leave that until November, when I am off to Paris with the girls.
Reviews and swatches to follow…
Hi Beauty Lover,
Well the time has come for me to disappear for a couple of weeks.
My Hubby and I are off to Canada for a couple of weeks touring around the west coast of Canada and I am super excited.
I have already found out where the local MAC Pro store and Sephora is so there will be definitely a haul or two to share with you on my return.
If you have any suggestions on places to go or eat at in Vancouver, Banff or Jasper, I would be very grateful :)
See you in a couple of weeks
Oh the horror! (as Sheldon from Big Bang theory would say!)
I recently did a skin care profile for a brand that I hadn’t use before, as I wanted to see what products they would recommend for me.
One of the questions was that I had to select the age bracket that I currently am at and now that I have reached the big 4 0 this year, that made me into the next age range *cries uncontrollably*.
It suggested that I am now in the “mature skin care range” and I should seek items with specific anti-ageing properties in them.
Well I have to admit, my skin hasn’t changed in the last month, still getting the usual oily t-zone. So my question is, do I now opt for “Mature” skin care, anti-ageing products etc or stick to items that are specific to my normal/combination skin?
Is anti-ageing products any different to regular products, just marketed for an older man/woman?
Obviously, I don’t want to go against what I should be using, as I don’t want to suddenly become a wrinkly old prune over night :)
So, if you are classed as mature, what skin care do you follow, what your face is telling you at the time or to stop any wrinkles happening in the future?