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30 Blog Post Ideas for Beauty Bloggers

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My Fashion Post Ideas for Fashion Bloggers was well received. So I have decided to go ahead with a few more post ideas for other niches. Here are 30 blog post ideas for beauty bloggers:

 

Empties Post – Where you show off the empty bottles or packs of beauty products you have used.

Face of the Day – You showcase your perfectly made up face and how you achieve the look.

Wishlist – Featuring beauty products you are lusting over.

Beauty Muse – I do this monthly. It is all about featuring a beauty muse, anyone you admire. Here is my latest beauty muse post.

Skincare Tips – Here, you can share skincare or beauty tips you have tried and tested.

Product Review – You can review a beauty product. I do this weekly. Here is my latest product review post.

Interview – You can interview a beauty entrepreneur, like a founder of a beauty brand or a makeup artist. Here is an example of a recent interview I carried with a skincare founder.

Makeup Tutorial – You write about various makeup tricks and tips, and how to get them write. For example you can write about contouring and highlighting.

Red Carpet Looks – You can write about various celebrity red carpet looks.

Hairstyles – Hair falls under beauty, so you can talk about hairstyles for different occasions or seasons.

 

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Brand Spotlight – Here, you can blog about your favourite beauty brand.

What I Have on my Dressing Table – Beauty products you have on your dressing table.

What I Have in my Handbag – What you have in your handbag.

What I Have in my Makeup Bag – What you have in your makeup bag.

Beauty Blogs I Love – Beauty Blogs you love reading. A good way to introduce your readers to other blogs.

Beauty Post Linkups – Link up beauty posts you enjoyed reading or found informative. A good way to spread the blog love.

Beauty Products I Use Everyday – You can write about beauty or skincare products you use everyday.

Beauty Products I Will Buy Again – Beauty products you have used, and will buy again.

Makeup Artists Worth Following  – Makeup artists worth following on social media. Another great way to spread the love in the beauty world.

The Different Face Shapes – You can talk about the various face shapes and their features.

 

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Makeup for Various Face Shapes – You can talk about various makeup for the different face shapes.

General Posts – Here you can talk about general beauty topics. Like beauty crimes, drugstore vs high-end makeup brands, and so on.

Makeup for Skin tones – You can write about different makeup products for skin tones.

Press Days & Events – Events with beautiful pictures are always a good one.

Beauty Product Essentials – Beauty products you can’t live without.

Holiday Essentials – What beauty products to take go on holiday with.

Cosmetic Work – Any type of cosmetic work you may be undergoing or thinking of undergoing like laser hair removal, stretch marks laser removal, lip fillers, whitening the teeth, and so on.

A Haul – Hauls are fun if you like showing off talking about your purchases.

Beauty Boxes – Showing off the contents of your beauty box is a good idea too.

A Beauty Gift Guide – A beauty gift guide for Christmas, Mother’s Day, or Valentine’s Day, is also a good idea.

 

What do you think of these blog post ideas for beauty bloggers? Do you write any of these posts regularly?

 

 

 

 

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Product Review – Sheila’s Natural Cream & Veet Hair Removal Cream

I had the pleasure of reviewing two products in the last couple of days and I can’t wait to tell you all about them.

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I have been using this Sheila’s Nourishing Face Cream for Normal skin, for a few weeks now, and I like it. It is all I thought it would be and more.

Here is the product description:

A Light silky non-greasy face cream, perfect for youthful & normal skin. This is a delightfully light cream which is slowly absorbed and ideal for younger skins making it a perfect base under makeup as well as a nourishing night cream.

Containing organic sweet almond oil and safflower it improves the skins suppleness, softness and smoothness and perfectly compliments the natural glow and beauty of youthful skin.

 

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Here are my thoughts on this face cream:

PROS

  1. It is 100% vegan & plant based.
  2. It is light enough to use as a base mosituriser underneath makeup or as a night cream.
  3. I love the colourful packaging.
  4. I love the texture. It feels lovely on the skin.
  5. It is quite affordable at £27.50 for a 50ml jar.

 

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CONS

None. It is a lovely cream. Definitely worth trying.

 

I mentioned in the Summer is Here post, that I have started using a hair removal cream for the first time, and it has been magical. Well, say hello to Veet Hair Removal Cream for Sensitive skin.

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Here is what Veet has to say about this product:

While removing hair effectively, New Veet Hair Removal Cream not only hydrates your skin for up to 24 hours, but its new fragrance technology also ensures that there is no lingering malodour.

Veet Hair Removal Cream works close to the root even on short hair, giving you smoothness for up to a week.

 

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Here are my thoughts:

PROS

  1. It performs brilliantly. I have used this hair removal cream on my underarms and legs and it took off all the hairs within 10 minutes.
  2. It is so easy to use. Just apply the cream to the area with the curved part of the spatula, and spread evenly to fully coat the hair. Then rinse off thoroughly and dry after 10 minutes.
  3. It is easily accessible. It can be found in Boots, Asda, Waitrose, Tesco and many other stores.
  4. It is great for sensitive skin.
  5. It can be used on underarms, bikini line, arms and legs.
  6. It is super affordable at £4 in most stores.

 

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CONS

None. I can’t fault this product. It is a lot better than shaving, and it leaves the skin feeling and looking very smooth. I can’t recommend it enough.

What do you think of both products? Have you tried any of them before?

 

*PR sample included.

 

Product Review: Dermalogica Super Rich Repair Moisturiser & Skinperfect Primer

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If you have been reading this blog for a while now, then you will know how obsessed I am with Dermalogica products. I have reviewed a few of them now, and I still have many more on my wish list. Dermalogica products can do no wrong in my eyes. They are simply perfect. And the Super Rich Repair & the Skinperfect Primer are the best. I have used both products for weeks now, and I can honestly testify to their goodness in my life, hahaha.

Let me dissect them one by one, starting with the Super Rich Repair Mosituriser.

 

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Here is what Dermalogica has to say about this product :

Dermalogica’s richest moisturiser! Cold and dry environmental conditions can leave skin dry and sore, particularly in winter. For an instant boost, use this super-concentrated, heavyweight cream. It moisturises, soothes, protects and fights inflammation, relieving any irritation and giving your skin its healthy glow back.

Apply to face and neck with light, upward strokes. Wait for cream to absorb before applying additional products. Use once or twice daily.

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Here are my thoughts:

PROS

  1. I love the packaging. It is compact and comes in a pump, which I find easy to use.
  2. It smells amazing.
  3. I apply it once a day, at night, before applying my Dermalogica Overnight Retinol Repair, and my skin feels super smooth and moisturised in the morning.
  4. It is a very rich mosituriser. It absorbs quickly and reduces fine lines.
  5. It is fantastic for dry and dehydrated skin.

 

CONS

None. It is a fantastic night mosituriser. It currently retails at £62.85, but you can grab it on sale at Beautifully Gorgeous for £52.54.

 

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I have heard about the Dermalogica Skinperfect Primer from one of my lovely readers – Kefkat. She mentioned she was a fan of Dermalogica primer, so I decided to try it.

Here is what Dermalogica has to say about this primer:

This best-selling two-in-one primer not only prepares your skin for make-up application but also helps protect it from harmful UVA and UVB sunlight. Specially formulated to enhance your skin’s overall health, it smooths away fine lines and leaves skin looking radiant and full of luminosity.

Here are my thoughts:

PROS

  1. It is a two-in-one product, primer and sun protection. It can be worn before applying makeup or alone.
  2. I apply this primer on top of my mosituriser before applying makeup. My makeup stays in place all day thanks to this primer.
  3. It reduces the appearance of fine lines.
  4. It is light weight, and leaves my skin feeling smooth.
  5. My foundation just glides through once the primer has been applied.

 

Dermalogica Skinperfect Primer

 

CONS

None as you would have guessed. This primer is the TRUTH!

It currently retails for £38.80, but you can get one on sale at Beautifully Gorgeous for £31.77.

 

I recommend both products. They are truly amazing. You should try them. Links to the products are above, if you want to take a further look.

 

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What do you think of both products? Have you used any of them before? Sound off in the comment section below please.

 

*PR samples included.