I live in London, although I rarely shop centrally and tend to do the bulk of my buying at Brent Cross in North London, so up until very recently I could only really get hold of Urban Decay by either … read more.
Every time I pop in to Liberty London I’m reminded of just how fabulous their beauty space is – honestly, it’s just a haven of luxury beauty, unusual finds and covetable launches, making it an ideal venue for Omorovicza and … read more.
I have a history with EF Medispa as I’ve had a few facials at their Kensington clinic courtesy of the amazing Biologique Recherche, so when I was invited back to sample some of their other treatments, I couldn’t wait to … read more.
It’s been absolutely ages since I’ve featured Glamglow, and to be honest, it’s mostly because they’ve fallen off my radar, even though I’ve always rated their products – their Supermud Clearing Treatment is especially brilliant – and I’ve always enjoyed … read more.
We all know Murad as a well-respected skincare brand that’s easy to access and pretty commercial, so when I was invited along to House of Fraser for a Murad facial, I was expecting the usual brand-focused facial you often get … read more.
I really, really like Sorbet Salons as they deliver such great service and their treatments are right up my street; I had one of the best massages I’ve ever had there last year (going back for another shortly, woo!) and … read more.
My tour of the Daniel Galvin hair salons continues with my recent visit to the newly opened Daniel Galvin Studio at Selfridges in London, which can now be found on the 3rd floor in the Body Studio. It’s quite a … read more.
If you’re in reasonable travelling distance of London then cancel any planned facials or treatments and make an appointment at the Debbie Thomas Clinic instead; this is the place to go for serious results in record time that will leave … read more.