Sue Moxley shares her secrets with us and our lovely readers
Once a upon a time, in the mid-90s, everyone was screaming for chemicals such as Botox to be injected into their foreheads and looking for the best plastic surgery options. Nowadays, beauty trends seem to be heading towards more natural and botanical cures, so this week The Upcoming would love to introduce you to Natox.
Natox is an organic anti-ageing cream by Richibrown. It is clinically proven safe, will leave you wrinkle-free and is endorsed by Sue Moxley, beauty editor of The Sun. Check it out here.
So, what other beauty secrets does she have for us? Her pro brushes are a must-have for any aspiring make-up artist. While there is no substitute for great make-up which is of high quality, the right tools to apply this are also essential. Sue uses both synthetic and natural materials in her tools, focusing on creating the perfect results, and these brushes come in an easy wipe-clean wallet; I do love a bit of practicality! Check them out here.
This week, Sue Moxley also examines fake eyelashes, checking out the worst and best so you don’t have to. I love her easy, step-by-step guide to applying falsies; not an easy task! See for yourself here.
If, like me, you can’t get enough of all these tips and want more, fear not: Sue runs masterclasses to impart her 20 years of knowledge. To find out more, fill in the enquiry form here. See you there!
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