For a good decade I suffered with really severe hyperpigmentation from superficial acne scars peppered along my cheekbones and forehead. I had no idea how to be rid of them other than suffering for months until they disappeared and covering up with a whole lot of Cover FX. After much research, reading and testing I finally found the answer to banishing scars and pigmentation in a couple of weeks, tops.
I know what you’re thinking, another fitness related post about resolutions and how this is the year it’s all going to change. I said that for three years before things finally started to change again. Following a break-up, moving back to the UK, getting a new job, new flat – things haven’t been at the peak of comfort zones for me and in those times, I. EAT. Like the cliche that I was, the unstable lifestyle I was living led me to find solace at the bottom of an Indian takeaway container washed down with a little Ben and Jerry’s for good measure.
‘Is Sunday Riley worth the hype’, you ask? I’ve asked myself the same question for a few months now but after hearing nothing but great things from multiple sources I was excited to be giving it a go myself. After trying three products from the range I’ve concluded that Sunday Riley skincare is an alien-like masterpiece of a portfolio from another world. With unusual formulas that range in texture, colour and scents, your skincare routine will truly become somewhat of an extra-terrestrial experience.
It’s been five adventurous months of wearing my curls (haven’t straightened my hair once since February). If you want the honest truth, I still don’t like wearing my hair like this but I’m trying my best! The reality is that I don’t feel as pretty with my natural hair.
People are often stunned when I say this. “How can you not love having curly hair?”, or “Women pay good money to have curls like your” are things I hear often…