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Add these to your MECCA Wishlist: By a Beauty Therapist

Our Senior Beauty Therapist Tiff shares her favourites from trendy beauty retailer MECCA Beauty.

Find out her recommendations and what she chooses to avoid.

Urban Decay All Nighter Long Lasting Makeup Setting Spray:

Tiff: This is one of my go to products for setting all my makeup into place and keeping it there all day and night! Especially if I'm at work for the day and going out after keeps it locked in with no to minimal touch ups.

Charlotte Tilbury Lip Cheat in Pillow talk and Walk of No Shame:

Tiff: These are my go lippies for and all natural lip blush! A lot of my clients and the girls here think I have a lip tattoo and I do not! Surprise! These are my secret weapons to achieve that rosey lip blush look that wears all day.

Sol De Janeiro Brazilian Crush Cheirosa 68 Perfume Mist:

Tiff: This body mist is my absolute favourite body mist in the world its fruity sweet but not over powering, I always get compliments when I wear this one out and layers really well with majority perfumes over the top to finish.

YSL Libre Intense Eau de Parfum:

This is the only perfume you need in your kit works well with all occasions and sticks onto your skin for days on end and a little trick I do is spray it onto your hair and people will need a double take for this!

Kosas Air Brow Fluff & Hold Treatment Gel:

I love this brow gel it’s the only brow colour that actually matches my hair colour perfectly and hold my brows in place. Perfect when my brow lam is at the stage where I it needs to be redone again to just get me by till I get them freshly done.

Do we recommend MECCA Skincare….

Respectfully, no we do not. They are not cosmeceutical skincare but just a cosmetic. The difference between the two is that cosmeceutical means its working deep in the layers of your skin that’s where all the action is and where we want to be focusing! Cosmetic is purely working and sitting on the top which is fine if you want to treat your skin superficially.


The other issue the beauty industry is facing at the moment is the use of high acids and retinols on tweens when they should not be using them at all! Their skin is still young and has a healthy turnover. These ingredients are causing problematic/irritated skin which as they get older can make their skin conditions and barriers worse.


All your kids and teenagers need is a good cleanser, (Enzyme Cleanser) a all in one serum with probiotics and hydrating ingredients (Hydra C Serum) and a good mineral sunscreen to protect their skin we love the Saint Minerals BB, it gives them a little bit of coverage close to the charlotte tilbury glow and is completely mineral. That is all the need to get them started and on the way to having good healthy skin


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