The Dr Behind Everyone’s A-List Pouts Launches Lip Plumping Products: Stock up now before they sell out – Chloe Burcham
Lusting after big lips is not a new phenomenon. Granted, Kylie Jenner might’ve got everyone on instagram talking about pillowy pouts but from 90s Angelina Jolie to 00s RiRi: juicy lips have always been at the top of people’s wish lists. But now, whether it’s down to fillers, plumpers or a Snapchat filter that gives you that puckered up pout – it seems like everyone is after XXL lips.
And no one knows lips like award-winning cosmetic doctor Dr Esho of The ESHO Clinic. He’s the man behind all the celebs plumped up pouts and now, he’s launching his own lip line.
These Just-Launched Lip Products From Deciem Will Give You The Perfect Pout – Alice Casely-Hayford
Whether you put it down to Kylie Jenner, the boom of beauty bloggers or Instagram in general, in 2017, we’re all obsessed with lips. While 2016 was the year of the brow, now we’re over-lining our mouths, trying non-invasive alternatives to lip-fillers and plumping our pouts in a multitude of ways. However, if you’re still on a quest to find the perfect lip product that will make your lips look their most luscious and full yet still natural, your search may be over, thanks to a new launch from cult beauty brand Deciem available from today.
The new lip-focused release from Esho by Deciem is a range of highly advanced treatments developed through a collaboration between the disruptive beauty brand and Dr Tijion Esho, a renowned industry leader in the area of non-surgical aesthetic medicine with a specific expertise in lips. Esho owns his own clinics, features as a TV doctor on E4’s Body Fixers and pioneered the ‘Instagram’ lip, creating outstanding natural results that have made him one of the most influential people in the aesthetics industry. Read More…
I was minding my own business in Hyde Park, hoping I’ll never have a bench named after me, when a dog called Jekyll tried to rape me. His panting owner, whose red face made me reach for my SDSM, blamed me for his pooch’s bad behaviour. “Don’t encourage him,” Big Red shouted, like it’s my fault his pet is a rapist. There’s not much a blast of SDSM can’t cure but this victim blamer was inflamed with outrage so I didn’t waste my NIOD on him.
What kind of a weirdo calls his dog Jekyll? Names are important and that’s just not the right name for a sex offender. In China, people change their name when they want to change their luck. I was supposed to be called Vivien after the bi-polar beauty Vivien Leigh but my dad got drunk on his way to register my birth. He forgot the time. And the date. And the name. All he could remember after a night on the single malt was that I had been born in Grandfather Money’s bed; though Grandfather wasn’t in it at the time. The registrar preferred screwball comedienne Carole Lombard to mad, bad Vivien Leigh so my evil twin got to be Vivvy. Read More…
My VH addiction was in full swing by the time I’d moved from Beijing to Soho and joined the 2.0N Club. It sounds like a cool nightclub for people who like carb free drinks instead of a foundation that looks invisible on the skin. Obsessing about getting my mitts on 2.0N is weird for me because the minute I wake up, I don’t put on make-up. My husband Dangerous insists that I look better without it. He’s never got over the time in Kiev when two nice girls I met in a cafe gave me a makeover. ‘You’d look quite pretty if you wore ten inches of panstick,’ Svetlana told me; while Verushka attacked me with gigantic false eyelashes and a can of superglue. Read More…
I love how some things come full circle. Two years ago Victoria Health debuted the Copper Amino Isolate Serum 1% from NIOD, Deciem’s (at the time) newest skincare venture in the 2015 May Newsletter and on Tuesday I was featured in this year’s May Newsletter talking about my love for the 5% version. The honour of being featured on The Podium (alongside the Wayne Goss no less) was exciting and humbling, and led to lots of messages in my inbox asking all about CAIS 5%, so I thought it was time to get my thoughts and experiences out there because I could not love this wonder product more and you need to know why. When CAIS 1% first launched I immediately bought it, fell in love and pretty much started this blog a few months later so I could write a post about it because I was that impressed, and now almost two years later I have been blown away all over again.
To give you some background information, I have been using CAIS 1% on and off (mostly on) for two years and I love it. Back in 2015 it was the most advanced/active product I was using and the results were incredible. I didn’t have a blog then, but you can see what I said about it on Instagram below and I completely stand by that statement. It ended up being one of my most used/loved/repurchased products of the year and one of the products featured in my 2015 Favourites. In my original post I wrote that this serum “really does it all, unlike anything I have ever used before” and I meant it. This was long before I started using retinols or higher strength acids and my skin just responded so well. I used it pretty religiously during that year, but from mid-2016 I started using it less regularly as I had things like NAAP and Verso’s retinol serum and I felt like maybe I didn’t need it anymore. Then The Ordinary launched and I began using a mix of those products and felt like CAIS 1% wouldn’t be necessary anymore but I was so wrong. Read More…
It’s every bit as good as you’d expect says Elle Turner
*Drum roll……* The Ordinary (purveyors of brilliant, faff-free, affordable skincare) are launching a foundation. Scratch that. They’re launching two! The Coverage Foundation, a highly pigmented base that offers full coverage and The Serum Foundation, a moderate coverage with a light, serum-like texture.
The price alone (£5.90 and £5.70 respectively), is truly commendable. But what of the 50,000 person waiting list? (Those who have pre-ordered, can expect their new beauty loot to start shipping in the next 2-4 weeks.) It speaks volumes that, since landing in the UK last year, the brand has garnered such a solid reputation for simple, effective products, that thousands are prepared to queue up for their latest creation. The question is, is it worth it? And the answer, is yes.
The shade range alone is very impressive. Each of the two foundations are available in 21 colours over three categories. The shade name begins with a 1 for fair to light tones, 2 for medium tones and 3 for darker tones. A second number designates the depth of the shade from 0 (the palest) to 3 (the darkest) and finally, a letter P (pink), R (red), Y (yellow) and N (neutral) indicate your undertone – 2.1Y, for instance is a slightly warm medium with a yellow undertone.
I’ve been wearing the Serum Foundation for the last few days. Natural looking, with light, but ample coverage and a semi-matte finish, it just looks like your face, but on a really good skin day – and that, I reckon, is the secret to a brilliant base.