Whether it's a work-related event during the week, brunch with the girls on the weekend, or date night with the boy — we're a busy bunch here at Sugar. As you might have already guessed, we're also celebrity stalkers, so if Olivia Palermo busts out a bronzed smoky or Diane Kruger shows-off a new braid, you can bet your bottom dollar one of us will walk into the office sporting the same look the very next day! With all the inspiring (and sometimes daring) hair and makeup on display, we thought it only fair we share. Click through to see what's on our makeup radars this week.
When it comes to washing your face, it seems as if there are countless ways to get the job done. And the biggest rivalry is perhaps between face wipes, like Johnson's 3-in-1 Cleansing Wipes ($16.99), and cleansers, like Aveeno Ultra Calming Foaming Cleanser ($13.99). Are they interchangeable or does one way of washing reign supreme? To get the low down, just keep reading.
Whether you're the one sitting the exams or you're the nervous mum worrying about the results, the HSC can be stressful time for everyone. But to make sure that your household stays as stress-free as possible during exam period, we've compiled a quick guide for students and those at home supporting them.
- Be realistic with your study plan — if you set unrealistic goals, you'll only stress yourself out further
- Make sure you take a break — head outside, go for a walk, just step away from the books for five!
We're stepping things up in our budget bonanza to a cool $25. Still pretty reasonable, we think, especially for some of these skincare saviours. From tools you'll need for your very own at-home facial to do-it-all face creams, there's something for every budget, every level of effort you're willing to make, and every skin type. Check it out and tell us your fave buys now!
Next time you’re doing your weekly shop, head to the baby aisle and check out who's snapping up the baby powder.
A recent Harris Poll conducted by Johnson's® revealed that 40% of adults — guys and girls — regularly use baby products on themselves.
Heather Cabot, a consumer trends expert, said that “more than a third of the consumers using these products don’t even have kids at home.” So why the sudden boom in the baby beauty market? As always, it's to do with the economy. We get to slice the price of looking good thanks to innovative and multi-purpose baby products. Take baby oil: it can be used as a handy alternative to WD-40 as well as giving legs a shimmering sheen and helping to gently remove makeup. But according to Heather, baby products also let us hang onto our childhood memories for longer proving that we're all just big kids at heart.
Do you use baby beauty products?