Amy loves… bathing treats, a brow transformation and a multi-tasking mask
Shavata Brow Studio
I’ve been a beauty assistant for a while and yet have never had my brows professionally attended to – until now! I simply cannot rave about this experience enough and what a huge difference it’s made to my appearance. I had always thought my brows were fine but on meeting the legendary, Shavata, the brow guru previously at Urban Retreat, Harrods (who has now opened up her own premises just round the corner at 66 Beauchamp Place in Knightsbridge), I realised I was wrong. With a teensy bit of wax and a few flicks of her thread, Shavata’s magic fingers had transformed my face. I am totally thrilled with the result and have vowed to never pick up the tweezers again.
Soapsmith Bath Soak
At Beauty Bible HQ, we’ve all fallen for the fragrant charms of this new brand. We’ve already raved about it here but I had to give it another mention as – well, it’s just brilliant… I like my bath products to pack a punch scent-wise and this really does, soothing lavender fills my bathroom and transports me to instant relaxation whilst the coconut milk powder and cocoa softens skin.
Diptyque Multi Use Exfoliating Clay
Diptyque have widened their range to include some beautiful new skincare – still incorporating their rich fragrance history, though. The first thing that hit me when I opened this (stunningly-packaged) pot was the beautiful violet scent. Now, I’m not a big fan of facial scrubs but this claims to have multi use properties so I tried it as a luxurious facial mask and was delighted. The rich cream is thick and smooth with a wonderfully cooling sensation when applied, fabulously luxurious and left my skin feeling deeply cleansed and clear. After such fabulous results I gave it a whirl as a scrub and was equally impressed. A double hit for me!