Beauty: We should buy our skincare the way we buy our food, by reading the ingredients label first

Laura Kennedy on decades of beauty evolutions, and how they have influenced the new trends coming for 2021.

10th January, 2021
Beauty: We should buy our skincare the way we buy our food, by reading the ingredients label first
Scarlet Poppy Cologne Intense, from €101, Jo Malone London at Brown Thomas

Beauty has certainly had its eras, and few of us have the timeless style to elude that moment when someone looks at family photos and screeches ‘Well this one is definitely the nineties. Look at your hair!’ It’s around this point that you’ll snatch the photo (an actual physical photograph – another cruel indicator of Father Time’s infinite power) and peer at it defensively, only to see a younger, less tired version of yourself sporting...

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