I’m quite a nosy person when it comes to shopping, I love to know what other people buy. I know that you guys are equally curious as me because my haul posts are often one of the most viewed. When an email from one of my favourite Australian online stores, Adore Beauty, hit my inbox last week I knew I had to share it with you all. They have let slip exactly which products are the top-sellers in each Australian state. Can you guess who buys what? Find out below. Continue Reading
Posts in Gel Nails
Picking a nail colour that had to last me through moving house, overseas travel and a week of business events was one of the toughest decisions I’ve made all year. I always get a gel-polish or gel manicure before I travel or do anything labour intensive because it keeps my nails protected, but the addition of attending lots of business meetings meant I had to carefully consider the colour choice. Red is a fail safe option (especially Big Apple Red) but this time I wanted something a little more fashion forward while still keeping true to my classic sense of style. The answer: White. Continue Reading
When the weather heats up it’s time to bring out the sandals, flip flops/thongs and strappy wedges, which in turn means you have to bare your footsies. Yep, those feet that have been hidden away in socks, slippers and closed-toe shoes. Those feet that haven’t seen the light of day for 6 months. If they are anything like my feet, they need some serious TLC before you dare exit your house with them on show.
To get your tootsies beach-perfect I’m sharing my 5 steps to sexy summer feet. Continue Reading
You would think the nail gel market is overflowing but the big wigs at Essie feel otherwise. Despite the competitive market between CND Shellac, Bio Sculpture Bio Gel, Gelish, OPI Gel Color and more, Essie plan to launch their own professional gel service, Essie Gel, this coming October.
Gerald Densk, Essie’s general manager for the professional products division of L’Oréal USA, has told WWD that gels are a growing market and it isn’t something they can afford to ignore. It is obvious to most that Essie is not receiving the same interest from salons as it does from consumers so this could be a good move for them to get more salons using their products. Continue Reading