BEAUTY BITES: What's Been Going On This Week In The Beauty World

Is it just us, or has the nation suddenly become obsessed with tanning, like, overnight? It all kicked off when Kate Moss was unveiled as the new face of St Tropez last week, jump-starting us all into realising that summer is finally around the corner and by golly, isn’t it high time we did something to expel the ghostly pallor lurking beneath our baggy black jumpers? The wonderful array of golden limbs seen walking down the red carpet at Sunday night’s TV Baftas (think Millie and Sienna) were further proof that the time has come to get your bronze on, big time. But what else has been happening in the exciting world of beauty? Read on and find out…

NEOM Launch Limited Edition Enchantment Candle

Too busy to go for a stroll in the park this week? Don’t fret- arm yourself with NEOM’s new limited edition candle (out today, FYI) and you’re in a for a real spring-time treat. The beautiful blend of bluebell, rose and honeysuckle come together to create the most heavenly fragrance we’ve smelt in a long time- not too floral and wonderfully fresh. What’s more, with every Enchantment candle sold Neom will donate £1 to the Woodland Trust, helping to protect the British woodland where bluebells thrive. What’s not to love?

BEAUTY BITES: What's Been Going On This Week In The Beauty World

Neom’s Enchantment Home Candle is available from www.neomorganics.com priced £42.

Queen B- Blonde or Brunette?

Now, we are very confused indeed. She may be the Texan goddess we know and love, but according to a recent poll by Acemetrix, it seems that Beyoncé makes a bigger impression on consumers as a blonde than a brunette. Based on H&M’s new ads- one where she had blonde hair and one where she was a brunette, it seems people have more ease recognising her as a blonde. 16% of consumers recognised Beyoncé in the blonde shots, but only 7% were able to reference her when brunette. Now, what does this all mean? Maybe blondes do have more fun, after all…

BEAUTY BITES: What's Been Going On This Week In The Beauty World



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