Beauty Pie’s signature category: the notorious Pandora’s Box. In here we put the most useless beauty products that collect dust and take up space in our bathroom cabinets.Products in this category aren’t necessarily bad (as we believe that there’s no such thing as bad cosmetics), but these items either didn’t fit in in our daily routines, didn’t fulfill what was promised on the packaging or just didn’t meet our expectations. We’ve all been there sometimes: impulsively buying a hyped face mask instead of a dinner in a fancy restaurant, or yet another nail polish, or something simply because it’s mass-market and is virtually free. Well, next time think twice, have you seen it flying out of Beauty Pie’s Pandora Box? Put it back on the shelf.
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September is a tough month for our wallets. Most of the brands launch new products, release limited edition collections or at least introduce some fall shades of our favourite make-up. Of course we want to buy it all, but if you’re (just like us) kind of short on budget, because you’ve already spent all your money on a new trench coat and a nice pair of boots, here are five must haves you should own to be on trend and happy: Continue reading
Imagine if a top coat could fix all the most common problems with a home manicure: no more uneven stripy surfaces, no more messed up “I-spent-10-minutes-painting-that-flower” nail arts and no more chipped out on the same day lacquers. Does it sound like a dream come true? Continue reading
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I’ll admit that I’m a bit of a nail polish hoarder. I love how painted nails can update a look or make you feel like you’re wearing something new. It’s so easy to build up a hefty collection and before moving to Sweden, I rid myself of hundreds (over exaggeration) of polishes. Continue reading