Powder Perfect Mysterium Magnum Collection – Swatches & Review


Aussie indie brand Powder Perfect released their new collection, Mysterium Magnum, last week. The collection was inspired by different myths and legends, and the shades are all mesmerisingly gorgeous. I’ve tried 4 of the polishes so far: Lycanthrope ($12) is my favourite – it’s fittingly named after shapeshifting werewolves, with its dusty shifting purple/green duochrome…

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ulta3 Eye Shadow & Blush Palette review


I’ve been really impressed with ulta3’s new products lately – ulta3 Eye and Cheek palette is my new favourite! I’ve been meaning to review this for ages, and only got around to it now. It’s housed in an elegant-looking, glossy black square palette with a satisfying heaviness, and a deep solid click when it closes….

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The Science Behind Massage


If you’re like me, Christmas is 1/3 food, 1/3 fun and 1/3 hair-tearing stress. Gift-buying, feast-cooking and end-of-year deadlines – it gets pretty overwhelming come mid-December! If tea-drinking, baths and stress balls aren’t cutting it, it might be time to step up to a professional massage, which has lots of health benefits according to science!…

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Lush Christmas 2014: So White and Yog Nog


I always look forward to Lush’s limited edition Christmas goodies. Unfortunately, since Lush is based in the Northern Hemisphere, a lot of the Christmas products are for baths which I won’t have again til maybe May. Here are some brand new non-bath things I’m consoling myself with: So White shower gel ($9.95 for 100 g)…

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Konjac Sponge Review: Ecotools and Kuu


I’m a big fan of physical exfoliation – while I love chemical exfoliation, my skin is really receptive to a good polishing every once in a while. My long-time favourites have been peeling gels and cleansing brushes, but after listening to the good folk at Skincare Addiction rave about konjac sponges, I had to try…

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