IT’S a natty website selling unusual, funky cosmetics, many of which are suitable for vegetarians or vegans, bnevertoobusytobebeautiful.com.
There is an extensive range of glitter cosmetics for partying, including tiny ‘wooden’ glitter pots in a wide range of colours at £7.95.
The Glitter Eyecreams, £10, offer a slightly less labour-intensive way to get a glamorous look, but if you have the patience then loose glitter applied over a base eye cream is the real thing.
Johnson’s has come a long way since its began making baby products. Today it has entire ranges aimed at adults, including a new 3 in 1 Eye Make-up Remover, £2.99. It will remove everything from panstick foundation to waterproof mascara and is suitable for sensitive skin. It has a fragrance-free formula so shouldn’t irritate eyes. A top tip for using wipe-off cleansers if you have sensitive eyes is to give skin a thorough rinsing in lukewarm water after removing all traces of make-up.
The Nail Doctor is a new range of salon quality nail treatments from the USA. The five products in the collection tackle everything from dull, discoloured nails to splitting and peeling nails. Available from Boots, priced between £6.99 and £8.99, the products use a combination of natural and high-tech ingredients but are formulated without potentially harmful chemicals such as formaldehyde, toluene and phthalates.
Toni&Guy salons have a new organic shampoo and conditioner formulated with naturally-derived ingredients. label.m Organic Lemongrass shampoo and conditioner have ingredients that sound good enough to eat – lemongrass extract, quince seed, goldenseed, oat extract, blackcurrant seed oil, jojoba oil, shea butter, rice milk powder and soy milk powder. In fact, they sound like milk shakes. Prices £12.25 and £16.75 respectively.