Joe Fresh Cosmetics: Budget Friendly Beauty

If you don’t have a lot of time for a makeup routine or if you are looking for an effortlessly pretty or natural look then you may want to check out Joe Fresh Cosmetics. The brand’s philosophy is all about quick and easy beauty: The Five-Minute Face.

I’ve written an article over on Influenster which you can find here to learn more about the Five-Minute Face routine. While researching this brand, I came across a few really nice products that I thought were worth highlighting on the blog. Continue reading

Festival Beauty Bag

Festival season is in full swing and I’m slightly jealous of all you lucky ducks who are going to Governor’s Ball, Osheaga, Lollapalooza, WayHome etc. My festival days are over on hold…..I mean I’d like to think that I’m the cool parent who brings their cute baby with the tiny ear muffs to a music festival but who am I kidding? I can barely look after myself for a weekend in a crowded place with the hot sun beating down, let alone a baby.  Continue reading

Amazing Beauty Finds at The Bay



I’ve been working with Influenster as their Canadian Guest Editor and writing some articles. Not all are beauty related which is why I don’t always post about them here on the blog however my most recent article is all about amazing beauty finds at The Bay.

Has anyone been to The Bay’s beauty counter lately? They’ve really revamped the brands and refreshed their look and I’ve been loving the shopping experience especially at the Beauty Underground section at the Queen Street store. Check out how cool it looks

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Briogeo Scalp Revival Charcoal & Biotin Dry Shampoo

This one is a total game changer! Let’s start with the packaging – pure genius. I’ve tried dry shampoos before that come in a little container and you pour the powder into your hand and then massage into your roots. It always ends in a big white powdery mess everywhere. There’s never been an efficient way to apply this style of dry shampoo…..until now. This one actually has a small nozzle that you point towards the roots of your hair and then gently squeeze. It doesn’t dispense too much but just the right amount. You then leave it for a couple of minutes before brushing through.  Continue reading