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depths of beauty

We are so excited for the release of Depths of Beauty magazine! A carefully curated, eco-luxe compilation of all things beauty and lifestyle!

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Check it out here!

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To learn more about Ere Perez, click here.

Sigue aquí el blog en español.

hyperpigmentation: don’t cover it, glow with it!

Hyperpigmentation is no joke! As a makeup artist, I come across many women asking for a full coverage foundation. They ask me to apply foundation & concealer, plus makeup powder all over the face, in order to cover their pigmentation as much as they can. But let’s be honest: too much makeup doesn’t make us feel fresh or free!

Something in these women’s eyes tells me that their hyperpigmentation makes them feel angry, sad, insecure… and basically unpretty. I know it affects them whatever their story is: pregnancy, sun pigmentation or age pigmentation.

Personally, I think that every feature of you is beautiful and makes you unique, and you don’t have to feel ashamed. I’m going to share some tips on how to wear a light fresh makeup while covering your pigmentation. The secret is the GLOW. Read More

snack healthy

For most of us, making healthy meals three times a day is a priority. Even when we are busy, we try to focus on healthy ingredients. It’s the snacks that get us! These days it is so easy to reach for junk food. It’s at the checkout at supermarkets, there are many fast food joints on every street, and we are feeling stressed or emotional – we often reach for chocolate, ice cream, cookies, crisps or something that we think will provide comfort.

Unfortunately, even if it tastes delicious, eating too much of these kinds of food isn’t good for our bodies or our moods. Unhealthy snacks are loaded with sugar, salt and bad fats. Once the initial high is over, our energy crashes, our skin breaks out, we can feel grumpy and bloated. Science shows that the more junk food we eat, because of the high sugar and salt content, the more we crave them. It’s a tricky cycle to break!

To beat these kinds of mood swings, it’s best to reach for healthier snacks.

Eating healthy can be a chore. It means being organised, looking into food preparation, and perhaps taking snacks with us to fuel us throughout the day. Especially if we know that where we work or play, the snacks on offer are more like donuts that almonds. When you switch to healthier snacks though, you will feel the difference. Read More

make time for fitness

Stan Veniaminov is a personal trainer based in Bondi, Australia. Read about his tips on how to stay fit and healthy in this new year.

“With the start of the new year, we are always very busy: getting back to work after many festivities, setting up new routines,… That means you will have less time to focus on yourself, keep in shape, attend fitness classes, seeing your personal trainer, eating clean and healthy…

But it doesn’t mean you have to stop! Even 20-30 minutes a day can make big difference to your come back in the New Year, 2019. Read More

new year shine

It’s 2019 and we are ready for awesomeness! January is the perfect time to vision all we want to accomplish for the year. If you are feeling a little sluggish after a long holiday + festive season, or maybe like your skin has had too much sun, snow or too many parties – focusing on detoxing, eating clean food, plenty of water plus early nights. It’s the recipe to get your glow back. That’s the inside. Now for the outside!

We can’t go past a highlighter to bring in the new year, keep the holiday feels rolling, and also to shimmer to the office because, let’s face it, for January, we’d all rather be on a beach somewhere! Highlighter is the perfect way to remind yourself of all the exciting things 2019 will bring, of the dreams that will blossom and the moments that’ll leave us breathless. The lovely Ingrid shows us how it’s done… Read More

at-home workout to keep you fit in the new year

Sisy Garza is an awesome instructor certified in Pilates and functional training since 2003. She is the mother of 3, wife of a great photographer and passionate about promoting well-being. Through her blog, she shares exercises, collaborations and challenges, which are aimed at women and men who want to workout without having to leave home. Read More

happy new year!

thank you for sharing our love of simplicity and creating space to bring awareness to every aspect of our lives, inside and out.

making time for the ones that care, the ones that make a difference in our life and on this earth.

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here comes the sun

It’s the start of summer in the southern hemisphere. Think long days, balmy nights, endless swimming and lots of sun! We love summer, it’s a big part of the Australian lifestyle. Bring on beach days, salty skin and vegan ice cream. Tropical heat is amazing when our winter bodies first start to warm up, but some days are just too hot (and sweaty!) Beach umbrellas & hats are essential, sandals come out to play and no way do we want to spend hours blow-drying hair.

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probiotic fermented turmeric

Felicity Evans is the founder and ‘alchemist’ of Imbibe Living. As she says: “My mission is to infuse more beauty and goodness into your amazing life, so you can take it all the way to the stars!”. Check here her recipe for an internal radiance: Probiotic fermented turmeric.

 “Getting bloated, puffy eyes, a little achy? I’ve got just the inflammation tamer for you! My most requested recipe inside.

This recipe could seriously be one of your secret weapons to helping you tame that inflammation that can creep up faster than your credit card is due. If you’ve been living with:

  • achy joints
  • puffy eyes
  • bloating
  • headaches

You need this recipe in your life. Read More

coconut and cranberry christmas cookies

Celebrate the holidays with this delicious coconut and cranberry Christmas cookies recipe, from health food coach Diana Tencic…

What you need:

  • one cup almond meal
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil
  • 1 tablespoon rice malt syrup
  • 1/4 cup cranberries
  • 1/2 cup shredded coconut

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