• Beauty Blog Collective – Something New

    Well I have some exciting news to share with you all. Recently, a few of us who were writers for Really Ree, decided to create a new blog, a collective.

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    Welcome to the Beauty Blog Collective! 

    This is a place where we will be talking all things beauty, what’s new, what do we love, what do we recommend and all from individual, diverse backgrounds.

    You might be wondering why? how? Well in a nutshell, Ree wanted to take a new direction with her blog and contributors were not part of the equation.

    I had the best time writing for Ree and made some truly lovely friends. So this is how it started.

    A few of us chatted and thought that with all our know how we could just start something new, something different. Just something that would collectively have a beauty only focus.

    Overall we have been very lucky as it’s already proving to be quite popular because we all have different followings, so I hope that you (dear reader) will join us.

    So, what will you find over on the collective blog?

    Beauty – this will include reviews of makeup, new makeup, classic favourites, indie brands, every day brands and luxury.

    Skincare – from the sublime to the divine – there will be something for all skin types and budgets in our skincare posts. We will try and bring you a variety of brands from high street to lesser known brands.

    Haircare – We have a plethora of hair types and will be able to provide a guide to each of our hair journeys and products we love (or don’t love so much).

    Whatever your beauty requirement we will have something for you so if you are interested in finding out more, please do go and check out the beauty blog collective and let us know what you think!

    Fab Feet: Look After Your Tootsies

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    If there is one part of the body that we regularly take for granted, it has to be our feet. All of our ten toes have to bear a heavy load when we are on our feet all day, so they deserve a bit of TLC every now and then. But there are also some steps you should take every day to ensure that your feet are always at their best. Follow these tips to look after your tootsies!

    Don’t Forget To Moisturise

    You will remember to moisturise your face every day, but it is also important that you remember to apply some moisturiser or lotion to your feet each day too. This will prevent any hard skin from developing along the side of the feet, which can often happen when we wear shoes for a long time. You can buy specialist foot moisturiser from most drug stores, but if you don’t have any you can just use the lotion that you use on your face.

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    Soak Them Regularly

    As well as moisturising your feet every day, you should also remember to soak them every so often. Once a fortnight should be enough. Soaking them in warm water can help to soften any hard skin that develops and will prevent the appearance of calluses. If you want an extra luxurious soak, you might want to add a couple of drops of essential oils to the water. Alternatively, treat yourself to a foot spa!

    Let Them Breathe

    Ideally, you should kick off your shoes and socks as soon as you get home on an evening. If you can’t bear walking around the house in bare feet, you should get some sandals, like a pair of Havaianas. You can check them out and all their different styles online. These can protect your feet while also letting them breathe. By airing your feet in this way, you are greatly reducing your chances of athlete’s foot.

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    Keep Your Nails Trimmed

    You wouldn’t let your fingernails grow way too long, so why leave your toenails? But this isn’t for an aesthetic reason. Sure, overgrown toenails can look unsightly and even end up snapping off, but there is another reason you need to trim them to a sensible length – they can be very painful. The long nails will rub against the inside of your shoes constantly, and this will greatly irritate your skin.

    Always Wear Shoes That Fit

    Think it’s ok to try and get away with a pair of shoes that are slightly too big or too small? Think again! It’s very important that you only wear shoes that are properly fitting, especially if you are on your feet all day. If your shoes are too small, they will be tight and could cause blisters. It’s also a good idea to break in a new pair of shoes around the house so that you get used to them before you wear them outside.

    Looking after your feet will really make a difference. You’ll never have sore tootsies again!

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