Sustainability in practice
As an artist, I ensure that all of my work is carried out in an eco-friendly and sustainable manner - as much as possible!
I won't lie, it's not easy in this business, but I make conscious decisions regarding product quality and packaging. I use the highest quality products in my kit (across cosmetics, skincare and haircare too) whilst making educated decisions to minimise unnecessary plastic packaging or 'over-packaging', simply by choosing to support the right brands.
Disposable products are kept to a minimum, but without compromising hygiene and safety. I carry reusable microfibre bamboo pads for cleansing, any cotton products are unbleached where possible and plastic-free. I carry reusable silicone mascara wands to ensure that hygiene is prioritised alongside minimising single-use plastic items – these can be reused time and time again and sanitised in between for safety!
Brands you will see in my kit:
Skincare: FaceHalo, Superfacialist, Saan, Temple Spa, BIOEFFECT, Pink and Green Skincare, Urban Veda, Evolve Beauty, Katherine Daniels, By Sarah, Ole Henriksen, Eve Lom, Biossance, ByBi Beauty, Embryolisse, Kate Sommerville, Patchology, Sukin, The Ordinary...
Cosmetics: Chantecaille, Jones Road, Tropic, Jillian Dempsey, Illamasqua, Pur Cosmetics, Ciaté London, Kevyn Aucoin, Miild Beauty, EYEKO, BeautyBio, Rodial, Smashbox...
Hair: Maria Nila Stockholm, Shea Moisture, Lee Stafford Hair...
Any questions? Just ask!
Cruelty-Free, Vegan, Organic?
I am moving to ensure all my kit is entirely cruelty-free with lots of vegan and organic options, but bear with me - I don't want to throw anything away before it's finished or expired, as I feel that would be equally wasteful.
I also have options that are paraben-free and SLS-free... I know my stuff when it comes to ingredients and allergens, keeping you safe and informed about what each ingredient does for your skin!