Breakout Australian skincare brand ‘Ultra Violette’ continues to be the superstar of next gen sunscreen or as they call it ‘skinscreen’.
Their signature product ‘Queen Screen’ SPF 50+ Luminising Sun Serum certainly lives up to all the hype. I have been using it for a while now and it has become an unmissable staple of my morning routine.
They have just released a new product ‘Lean Screen’ SPF 50+ to their range. A zinc-only, fragrance free mineral skinscreen suitable for sensitive, reactive and oily complexions. Might have to ‘lean’ on the Sephora counter and purchase one of these very soon.... @ultravioletteau
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You won’t find a more original novel out this year to rival South Australian author’s Pip Williams ‘The Dictionary of Lost Words’. So treat yourself these school holidays to this beautiful and fascinating read! 📖🗝🙌🏼✨♥️
Synopsis -
“In 1901, the word bondmaid was discovered missing from the Oxford English Dictionary. This is the story of the girl who stole it. Motherless and irrepressibly curious, Esme spends her childhood in the Scriptorium, a garden shed in Oxford where her father and a team of lexicographers are gathering words for the very first Oxford English Dictionary. Esme’s place is beneath the sorting table, unseen and unheard. One day, she sees a slip containing the word bondmaid flutter to the floor unclaimed. Esme seizes the word and hides it in an old wooden trunk that belongs to her friend, Lizzie, a young servant in the big house. Esme begins to collect other words from the Scriptorium that are misplaced, discarded or have been neglected by the dictionary men. They help her make sense of the world. Over time, Esme realises that some words are considered more important than others, and that words and meanings relating to women’s experiences often go unrecorded. She begins to collect words for another dictionary: The Dictionary of Lost Words. Set when the women’s suffrage movement was at its height and the Great War loomed, The Dictionary of Lost Words reveals a lost narrative, hidden between the lines of a history written by men. It’s a delightful, lyrical and deeply thought-provoking celebration of words, and the power of language to shape our experience of the world."
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