Justine Sweetman is a makeup artist based in New York, specializing in non-toxic and vegan beauty. She will be guest blogging with MMT to share some tips from behind the camera.
I don’t go anywhere without Repair Balm. It lives in my makeup kit as well as my personal stash. I love applying it on eyelids and cheekbones for a gorgeous dewy look that isn’t greasy. It’s also perfect for a subtle bit of sheen on top of lipstick.
Photo credit: A. Kaskfir
To be honest, everyone is going to have a slightly different idea of what ethically sourced means, which is why it's difficult to define. But most people understand ethical sourcing as sourcing ingredients and materials in a responsible and sustainable manner that considers the people and environment throughout the process.
Exfoliation is pretty simple, it's removing dead cells from the surface of your skin. It can be a confusing topic because of conflicting information on what products to use, how often to use them and why you use them.
We're always learning more about how our waste impacts our planet. Waste contributes to the pollution of our oceans and lakes, and it increases the greenhouse gas effect that causes global warming. The three R's aren't cutting it, so now we have the five R's; Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Rot. Let's break them down.