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Christmas Gift Guide: The Luxury Edition

Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer – R6,499.99 Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair Concentrated Recovery PowerFoil Mask – R1,200 for a pack of 4 Gabrielle Chanel Eau de Parfum – R2,465.00/100ml SkinCeuticals Blemish + Age Promotion, which contains full size bottles of SkinCeuticals Phloretin CF, SkinCeuticals Physical Fusion UV Defense and SkinCeuticals Blemish + Age Defense Serum – R3,355.00 Bobbi Brown Instant Pretty Set – R945.00 Diptyque Mini Candle Trio – R1,100.00 (available from Skins Cosmetics in Sandton City) Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Palette – R1,100.00 Clarins Double Serum – R1,180.00/50ml Bobbi Brown Bobbi’s Party Picks: Cheek, Lip and Eye Kit – R1,595.00 Glampalm Magic Wand –…

Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer: Worth the Splurge?

I was very fortunate to be sent a Dyson Supersonic to test for two weeks – I literally squealed with excitement when it arrived. I have been blow drying my hair for nearly 20 years, and have been using a salon-quality hairdryer (Parlux) for almost 15 of those years, so I really feel like I am qualified to give you a thorough review on the pros and cons (of which there is only one, to be fair) of this magnificent piece of equipment. The engineers (103 of them!) behind the Dyson Supersonic aimed to create a dryer that could style…

Jules’ October Favourites

Maybelline Master Strobing Stick Illuminating Highlighter in 200 Medium* Good highlighters are unfortunately rather difficult to find at the drugstore, let alone in a subtle, creamy formula that isn’t full of chunky glitter. Luckily for me, Maybelline sent us their version so I put it to the test in a First Impressions video earlier in the year and was thrilled with the result! I’ve been using it regularly ever since but for some reason I keep forgetting to put it in my monthly favourites. The shade 200 is spot on for me – it gives the cheekbones a slightly peachy…

Beauty Blogger Buys // 10 Things

I am always curious about products that beauty bloggers choose to buy, aren’t you? The ones they will happily pay for time and time again, despite being sent every product under the sun – now those are the products I want to know more about. With that in mind, I thought it might be interesting to give you an insight into the products that I happily pay for, and which might not usually get the praise they deserve. This post is dedicated to those products: the ones that are never mentioned in posts or in favourites videos because they’re never not…