Friday, 15 February 2013


Growing up I loved movies and make up. So for me my rock and roll stars were and still are make up artists. To this day I get very excited when I meet my make up heroes and I had so much fun filming with the fabulous make up artist and Lancome's UK Make- Up Ambassador Alex Babsky. Lancome has just launched their latest foundation with the most delicious skin care benefits enriched with Vitamin CG that help to not only conceal but correct your skin imperfections such as dark spots, pores and wrinkles. The foundation comes in a rather nifty 2 parts with a mirror and concealer on the top half and a liquid foundation on the bottom half. The fact it comes in 18 shades (I'm shade number 13 lucky for me) makes me want to cry. Finally major brands are realising that catering to everyone is what it's all about. I'm turning 35 this year and the fact that the past 18 months has been the first time in my life I have had a wardrobe of foundations all in my shade without having to mix and get the correct 2-3 shades is shocking and both a relief. I say BRAVO Lancome and congrats on a really innovative and fabulous new foundation. Check out the films below to get Alex's top tips on how to choice the perfect shade for your skin tone, apply foundation and also conceal and perfect your skin using the new Teint Visionnaire!


If like me you are a child of the 80s you will remember stu stu studio line! Along with the Bourjois make up TV ads, these all formed part of my formative beauty years. The past few months have been super fun and busy with lots of filming with my production and creative agency I was so excited to be working with the very latest generation of Studio Line products Matt & Messy, which has just launched. We have created a series of films on how to create the latest A- List looks using the new line. Check out the films below on how to create a messy bun and messy updo for your very own red carpet A-list moment.

How to Create a Messy Bun 

How to Create a Messy Up Do

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