Fashion & Beauty – Kate Waterhouse https://katewaterhouse.com Mon, 01 Jun 2020 22:14:50 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.4.1 What I Wore: Fancy Flare https://katewaterhouse.com/what-i-wore-fancy-flare/ https://katewaterhouse.com/what-i-wore-fancy-flare/#respond Mon, 01 Jun 2020 22:14:30 +0000 https://katewaterhouse.com/?p=37669 I’ve been having fun playing dress ups with event looks of late — it’s a nice change from being…

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I’ve been having fun playing dress ups with event looks of late — it’s a nice change from being in loungewear or casual gear all the time and has me excited for when things hopefully start resuming regular programming.

While classic tailored suits have a place in any woman’s wardrobe I also love it when the silhouette is reimagined, resulting in a fun, fashion forward look. This powder blue suit by Aje, is a modern interpretation of suiting and is such a great way to do such a look without it looking too formal. The bell sleeves adds a unique feature and a feminine touch, while the pearl buttons give it a softer vibe. With the jacket being such a statement piece, it was great to do the simple cigarette pant just to tame the look a little. I can’t wait to wear this to an event in the (hopefully) not so distant future!

This suit is so striking I wanted to pair it with accessories that also had a little bit of personality. Worked back with neutral mesh Bottega Veneta heels, it helped lift the outfit without overwhelming. While I couldn’t think of a cuter addition to this ensemble than a mini Miu Miu bag. Simple, elegant and diminutive—the ideal finishing touch.

Credits: Suit, Aje; Shoes, Bottega Veneta; Bag, Miu Miu

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How to do a luxe facial at home according to top facialist Jocelyn Petroni https://katewaterhouse.com/how-to-do-a-luxe-facial-at-home-according-to-top-facialist-jocelyn-petroni/ https://katewaterhouse.com/how-to-do-a-luxe-facial-at-home-according-to-top-facialist-jocelyn-petroni/#respond Sun, 31 May 2020 21:00:49 +0000 https://katewaterhouse.com/?p=37345 As one of the most sought after facialists in Australia, Jocelyn Petroni is an expert at how to achieve…

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Jocelyn Petroni is one of the country’s top facialists

As one of the most sought after facialists in Australia, Jocelyn Petroni is an expert at how to achieve a beautiful, glowing complexion, particularly through a luxurious, relaxing facial. I’ve been lucky enough to experience one of her facials and all I can say is, it is heavenly and my skin looks absolutely incredible afterwards. So, what’s the key to a great DIY facial at home? Here, Jocelyn shares her expert tips.

What’s the key to a great at home facial?

Facial massage is the key component to a successful at home facial. Often we already have all the products and tools we need however the method we use them and the way in which we apply these to the skin could be improved. 

When performing an at home facial treatment each step of the facial should include a facial massage to get more out of the products you are currently using; your cleanse becomes a deep clean, your mask feeds the deepest cell layers and your moisturiser will have optimal product penetration.

Facial massage stimulates blood flow and lymphatic drainage, which can slow down with our lifestyle. As we are staying at home more and moving around less frequently, our skin becomes asphyxiated. This means less oxygen and micronutrients are fed to the skin from the inside, cellular communication and turnover slows down so our skin can become dull and lack-lustre. 

Massaging the skin increases internal lymphatic drainage to treat congestion, feeds the skin from the inside and increases desquamation of skin cell from the surface of the skin.

What are the essentials everyone should have on hand before giving themselves a facial?

The essentials are cleanser, face cloth/washer, exfoliator, mask and moisturiser.

The right mood is crucial to a great facial

What are your tips for creating the right mood?

Personal space in your bathroom is all you need to create the right mood. I personally like to give myself a facial when my baby Georgia is asleep and I know I have time to myself. My bathroom is always super clean and there is usually a candle burning so the mood is always set for my daily skin routine. I have music playing in my bathroom and my facial routine is reflected in my playlist choice- if I’m deep cleaning and extracting I’ll listen to Dua Lipa, if I’m hydrating and healing I’ll play Vivaldi.

Can you share step-by-step how readers can give themselves an at home facial?

At home facials must include the essential three

  1. A thorough cleanse. You must double cleanse—the first to remove make up, dirt and debris the second to deep clean the pores and tissue. The first cleanse can be a micellar water, oil or cream cleanser. The second cleanser needs to be more deep cleaning, so use a foam, fruit acid or deep cleansing gel.
  2. Exfoliation. To slough away surface dry dead skin cells and decongest the skin. This will clear the pathway for optimal product absorption. Exfoliate for a good 30 seconds and don’t be afraid to use firm massage movements that will increase blood flow and lymphatic drainage as well as toning and relaxing facial muscles.
  3. Treatment masking. Can be to deep clean the skin with a clay mask, hydrate the skin with a nourishing mask, firm with a vitamin C mask or treat breakouts with a fruit acid mask. Personalise your mask by applying two masks to the skin and treating different areas with what they specifically require for example apply a clay mask to your nose to treat blackheads and a hydrating mask elsewhere to hydrate and nourish.


How much time should be set aside to complete the facial from start to finish? 

20 minutes

How often do you think we should be having facials?

At home facials can be most frequently every week, and at least once a month.

All it takes for a great at home facial is a few key products

Jocelyn’s tips on facial massage:

Schedule a facial while cleansing

The most convenient time to incorporate facial massage into your routine is whilst cleansing. This daily or twice daily cleanse can be transformed into an internal deep clean for the skin by simply following the direction of lymphatic flow. Stimulating lymphatic drainage clears congestion, treats puffiness around the eye area and improves the overall appearance of dull lacklustre skin. 

Don’t forget the eye massage!

Whilst applying eye cream take a moment to feel the ‘grooves’ under the bone that sits below the eyebrows. These acupressure points relieve stress from the area, to relax and rejuvenate the appearance of the eye area. 

Massage product into the skin before bed

If you like to wear a sleep mask to bed, massaging this product into the skin before bed will aid product penetration and enhance the benefits of the nourishing active ingredients. Be inquisitive when it comes to massaging your face and really start to feel the facial muscles and what feels good, explore firm pressure, use your palms and don’t be afraid to get into all the grooves.

A bath is a great time for a facial

I love taking a bath and this is the perfect time to apply my favourite mask and massage it into my skin, using the steam and massage movements to push the product into my skin.

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You can never have too many t-shirts https://katewaterhouse.com/you-can-never-have-too-many-t-shirts/ https://katewaterhouse.com/you-can-never-have-too-many-t-shirts/#respond Sat, 30 May 2020 21:00:31 +0000 https://katewaterhouse.com/?p=37662 T-shirts are an integral part of my look, and during isolation, I ended up wearing them non-stop—a testament to…

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T-shirts are an integral part of my look, and during isolation, I ended up wearing them non-stop—a testament to how versatile and critical they are. The one thing about tees, is that you can never have too many of the basic colours such as white, black and grey as they can be styled in so many different ways and will end up getting plenty of use all the time. Also, I tend to just repeat the process in winter and buy those shades in a long sleeved version and they will last me the entire season.

In saying that t-shirts are also a comfy way to add a bit of a statement element to your look. While plain colours are important, it’s also a great way to have fun with patterns, prints and logos. You could easily pop a logo tee under a blazer and wear it back with jeans and you’re set. It’s also easy to wear a printed tee with shorts or pants for a complete look that’s an easy option for when you need to get out the door fast.

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Come sale shopping with me and learn my strategy when it comes to snapping up a bargain https://katewaterhouse.com/come-sale-shopping-with-me-and-learn-my-strategy-when-it-comes-to-snapping-up-a-bargain/ https://katewaterhouse.com/come-sale-shopping-with-me-and-learn-my-strategy-when-it-comes-to-snapping-up-a-bargain/#respond Fri, 29 May 2020 22:47:50 +0000 https://katewaterhouse.com/?p=37641 I’m a big fan of buying designer and also supporting Aussie labels, for the design but also the quality.…

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I’m a big fan of buying designer and also supporting Aussie labels, for the design but also the quality. The trade off however is that they often have price tags to match. So how do I reconcile this? I do my research on pieces I want to buy, and then snap them up during sale time,

I went to the recent Aje sale with stylist Jess Pecoraro (see video above) and thought it was a great opportunity to show you how I shop sales. Jess and I not only share our fave sale picks from the brand, but also our top tips when it comes to buying things on sale.

Some of the key things to remember are:

Snap up basics and statement pieces

It sounds like a contradiction, but sale time is the perfect opportunity to snap up quality basics and also statement pieces. The former because you definitely need to be well stocked in that department, and why not just buy them when they’re a fraction of the price? The latter, because special pieces are great to dot through our wardrobe to help elevate outfits, but key statement pieces like dresses and jackets are often quite expensive so it’s a great idea to wait until they’ve been discounted.

Focus on the building blocks of your wardrobe

I always hone in on the key building blocks of most of my looks during sale time, so I know that what I’m buying will work through the rest of my wardrobe. Some things I always try to get at sale time are: coats, jackets, blazers, denim, shirts and everyday tops. 

White shirts are always a winner

One failsafe buy, and also something a wardrobe can never have enough of is a white shirt. They’re a forever style staple, and are a great item to pick up at a sale. 

Search for separates

Look for great separates such as skirts and pants during sale time. They’re the perfect mix and match piece and you are able to get multiple looks out of your one purchase.

Pick up pieces you’ve had your eye on

While I was at the Aje sale, I spied that they had this beautiful ballerina inspired dress discounted, and it was one of my favourite pieces from Aje’s collection. I went back and forth about buying it when it was full price, but when I saw it was on sale I had to snap it up. If you ever find a statement piece but it’s out of your budget then you can often pick up at sale time. 

Black and white is always a winner

If you’re worried about buying pieces that will quickly date, opt for black and white pieces. Monochrome will always be a classic.  

Look for versatility

Trenches and coats are always great to pick up at sale time. A trench in particular is also versatile and can be worn as a dress 

Denim is always a good idea

Denim is also something to try and pick up at a sale. As it’s an every day piece so you’ll get a long way with your cost per wear. 

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What I Wore: On Track https://katewaterhouse.com/what-i-wore-on-track-2/ https://katewaterhouse.com/what-i-wore-on-track-2/#respond Thu, 28 May 2020 22:07:38 +0000 https://katewaterhouse.com/?p=37632 I did a recent a post where I spoke about the tracksuit’s makeover, and if there was ever a…

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I did a recent a post where I spoke about the tracksuit’s makeover, and if there was ever a time to jump aboard and embrace the humble trackie it’s now. Case in point: this set by Camilla and Marc. This co-ord set is all about form meeting function—it looks great but is insanely comfortable.

What’s also great about this set is that there’s a textural element at play wiht the cord fabrication. It just adds another layer of interest to a tracksuit. Meanwhile the silhouette, with the zip feature and voluminous sleeves add some elevated design elements that take it from a tracksuit to a fashion piece that you could comfortable wear around the house or out to grab a coffee.

If you’ve yet to embrace stylish loungewear, the time is now because there are so many great pieces available. Plus with winter around the corner, who doesn’t want to stay warm and cosy while being fashionable at the same time?

Credits: Hoodie and track pants, Camilla and Marc

Photography: Sophia Athas

Shop the look:

Convinced you now need a tracksuit to elevate your loungewear wardrobe? Shop my edit of matching pieces, that will certainly make relaxing even more of a pleasure this season.

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What I wore working from home https://katewaterhouse.com/what-i-wore-working-from-home-8/ https://katewaterhouse.com/what-i-wore-working-from-home-8/#respond Thu, 28 May 2020 05:39:27 +0000 https://katewaterhouse.com/?p=37614 When it’s time to work from home during chilly temperatures, it’s the perfect opportunity to go for comfortable separates.…

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When it’s time to work from home during chilly temperatures, it’s the perfect opportunity to go for comfortable separates. I’ve managed to work a few polished pieces into my outfits this week, but when worn with more relaxed pairings, it was the best of both worlds. Here’s what I wore working from home this week.

We had a seriously chilly few days in Sydney and it was time to rug up. I wore this outfit when I went out for my morning run, but it was so comfortable I decided to stay in it for the rest of the day. This puffer jacket is one of the warmest things I own, and it’s so comfy too.

Credits: Jacket (similar here), Moncler; Leggings and shoes, Nike

One of my fave brands for basics is Uniqlo. Everything is so well made and reasonably priced so I stock up at the start of each season, particularly in winter. This skivvy is ultra comfortable and works back with so many different looks. These Manning Cartell pants have become such a great WFH staple, they’re ultra comfortable and look polished at the same time.

Credits: Skivvy, Uniqlo; Pants, Manning Cartell, Shoes, Bottega Veneta

Work today involved actually heading out for a bit so I decided to take this Aje shirt out for a spin. Aje is quickly becoming one of my go-to brands because they do such beautiful pieces—everything is so considered from the silhouettes to the finishing details. This shirt is going to become a regular feature of my wardrobe because it’s unbelievably comfortable and stylish too.

Credits: Shirt, Aje; Jeans, Levis, Shoes, Bottega Veneta

My fave Levis jeans and a knit— can’t think of a better combination for working at home. This black button down knit by Viktoria & Woods works back with so many different outfits and I can see it quickly becoming a key feature of my winter wardrobe.

Credits: Knit, Viktoria & Woods; Jeans, Levis

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What I Wore: Jump to it https://katewaterhouse.com/what-i-wore-jump-to-it/ https://katewaterhouse.com/what-i-wore-jump-to-it/#respond Tue, 26 May 2020 21:16:21 +0000 https://katewaterhouse.com/?p=37567 Aussie brand Aje has become a firm favourite because of their interesting silhouettes, playful details and all round statement-making…

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Aussie brand Aje has become a firm favourite because of their interesting silhouettes, playful details and all round statement-making pieces. I love this pink jumpsuit for all those reasons. How fun is it? It’s a great utilitarian style while the soft pink shade softens it and gives it a really feminine feel. The gathered puff sleeves, a signature style of the brand’s, adds a striking feature. Jumpsuits are also one of the comfiest things you’ll wear, so it’s the a great option for days when you want to feel dressed up but don’t want to compromise on style.

I wanted to keep a similar thread going through this look and work in accessories that have a little extra personality and these shoes by Bottega Veneta are just that. The mesh style and square toe offer a strong style point of view. The structured white Bottega Veneta bag offers a sleek element with its serpent clasp and crisp white colour.

While we’re still navigating our way through this new normal, I’m bookmarking this look for future events—it’s one look I definitely can’t wait to wear out and about.

Credits: Jumpsuit, Aje; Shoes, Bottega Veneta; Bag, Bulgari

Photography: Ashleigh Larden

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London-based Hermione Underwood shares her quarantine routine

Aussie Hermione Underwood is based in London and is currently in lockdown, while also juggling her brand consulting business The H Collective and the successful jewellery brand she co-founded, Atelier Romy. Here she shares her typical routine, the non-negotiable things she needs to get through the day and how she manages to separate work from relaxation time.

What does your day currently look like?

In true Aussie nature, I usually wake up naturally very early. Lately I’ve been doing the Deepak Chopra 21-Day Abundance Meditation Challenge so I do that first thing, after making a hot water with lemon and ginger.

Most days I then jump on an early morning call with my major Australian clients, as it’s their evening so we can catch up on the day. Once I’ve handled all of my urgent morning emails and calls, I’ll go for a big walk around Notting Hill or through Hyde Park and call my parents and friends in Sydney, before buying my daily baguette and coffee on the way home.

Once home, I dress for the day, take and post my daily outfit selfie on Instagram (!) and get cracking on the real work day… baguette with butter and jam, in hand. I’ve been cooking a lot during lockdown so I’ll make lunch and dinner and I’ve started running so most evenings I’ll go out for a run. And REPEAT. It’s pretty much the same day after day at the moment.

What’s your current favourite way to start the day?

I’ve never dedicated myself properly to meditating so having the time and space of late to really lean into it has been incredible and I’ve noticed a real shift in my positivity and focus. I’m really enjoying waking and starting the day with the task and guided meditation and connecting with my group on WhatsApp.

What are your current self-care practices?

I’ve luckily been extremely busy with work so I am just making sure I make the time to get out and exercise as the work days have been very long.

What are three non-negotiable things that you need to do to get through the day?

Baguette – Butter – Jam haha. On a serious note, it would be exercise, connecting with friends and switching off (my phone/work and allowing myself to chill).

Opting for comfy and polished pieces

How do you wind down at the end of the day?

During lockdown I’ve been switching off by cooking. I’ve been working through my friend Stephanie Conley’s cookbook, At home with The Hostess, which has been really fun because the recipes are beautiful but easy to get right for an amateur like me!

What are your favourite ways to relax right now?

Running, meditating, allowing myself to rest… Netflix, Netflix and more Netflix!

“[When it comes to staying productive] I’m focusing on mapping out my goals for the month”

How do you stay productive while working from home?

I’ve always worked from home so it’s not a major difference for me but it’s difficult not having my team here because I draw so much inspiration from their energy and I miss bouncing ideas with them! Zoom is not quite the same but I’m focusing on mapping out my goals for the month and then breaking down my weeks and days into segments to get everything done.

What’s the current highlight of your day?

EATING!!!! I’ve never eaten so much in my life. It’s a never ending cycle of thinking about what to eat next, buying food, cooking, eating, repeat haha.

How do you separate work time from down time while isolating?

I find structuring your day helps but, like most, I’m really having to draw on self discipline. I have hyper productive days and then less productive days, which I’m finding is common amongst friends, too. I figure you shouldn’t be too hard on yourself as it is a strangely uncertain time.

One of Hermione’s go-to looks

What’s your current go-to WFH outfit? And current go-to relaxation outfit?

It’s spring here in London and the sun is shining so I’m slowly transitioning out of my usual suits / denim and into dresses which is fun.

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When I want a quick makeup look but don’t have much time I always turn to this particular routine. I can do it in 10 minutes and it’s perfect for daytime as it looks done without being over the top. I’m sharing how to do it step-by-step in the video above and I promise it’s super easy to do and the results achieve a polished finish.

All the products I’ve used are below, but obviously change it up according to the colours that suit you. Love to hear your thoughts and let me know if there are any other beauty tutorials you’d like me to do!

Base

Moisturiser: Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturiser

Primer: Laura Mercier primer – radiance

Brushes: MAC foundation brush; MAC eyeshadow brush; MAC eye shader;

Foundation: Chanel Vitalumiere (I also use Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation 5.5 or Clarins Everlasting Fluid in vanilla

Eyes:

Palette: Colorscience Beauty on the Go Mineral palette 

White eye liner: Loreal Superliner Le Khol in Immaculate Snow 

Eye lash curler: MAC full lash curler 

Brow pencil: Loreal Paris Brow Artist Skinny Definer pencil in dark blonde 

Brow gel: MAC clear gel 

Mascara: Max Factor Lash Revival

Shimmer: Charlotte Tilbury Stars in Your Eyes palette

Lips:

Lip liner: MAC Oak lip pencil (or I also use Charlotte Tilbury Lip Cheat Pillow Talk)

Lip Gloss: Marc Jacobs 344 Skin Deep in Enamoured 

Cheeks:

Contour palette and blush: Make Up Forever Pro Sculpting Palette (for blush I also like Stila Convertible Colour in Gerbera)

Finish:

Setting powder: Marc Jacobs Beauty Accomplice Instant Blurring Beauty Powder

MAC powder blush brush

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Easy ways to rethink the humble tracksuit and turn it into a stylish loungewear staple https://katewaterhouse.com/easy-ways-to-rethink-the-humble-tracksuit-and-turn-it-into-a-stylish-loungewear-staple/ https://katewaterhouse.com/easy-ways-to-rethink-the-humble-tracksuit-and-turn-it-into-a-stylish-loungewear-staple/#respond Sun, 24 May 2020 04:35:34 +0000 https://katewaterhouse.com/?p=37527 The tracksuit is no doubt a ubiquitous part of many people’s relaxation wardrobe and over the last few weeks…

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The tracksuit is no doubt a ubiquitous part of many people’s relaxation wardrobe and over the last few weeks I’m sure it has become even more of an integral staple. While classic trackies will always have a place in our off duty repertoire, in recent years, the humble tracksuit as we know it has had a bit of a glow up. In fact, dare I say, it’s now right up there as a critical part of many a loungewear look. So, if you want to to easily go from your couch to the local cafe to pick up a coffee, here are a few ways to do the tracksuit, with an injection of style.

Be selective with materials

Think luxe materials such as wool, cashmere or corduroy. While there are some cute iterations of cotton tracksuits, there’s something about elevated fabrics which can turn the tracksuit into more of a style piece.

Work it back with a knit

A gorgeous knit is always a constant in my winter wardrobe and it’s become a critical part of my loungewear wardrobe because it’s actually a great piece to pair with a pair of tracksuit pants. Worn back with a tracksuit, it makes it adds a chic element.

Accessorise, accessorise, accessorise

You don’t have to go all out in the accessories department if you don’t want to but the addition of a simple necklace or a great pair of earrings is one way to turn a tracksuit from just something you wear on the couch to something that has a little more of a fashion element.

Consider your footwear

Pair your tracksuit with a great – but comfy – pair of shoes. Think a nice comfortable sandal or a pair of sneakers. It allows you to tick the form and function box quite nicely.

Go for a great bag

When leaving the house, you can turn your tracksuit into a going out look with the addition of a nice bag. A statement tote, a bucket bag, or even a pretty basket bag are the kind of dressy accessory that works well with a tracksuit.

Consider your outerwear

One trend that’s emerged featuring the tracksuit, is pairing it with classic outerwear. Think a beautiful trench or a coat in a classic shade such as camel, black or navy. It doesn’t seem like it should work but it definitely does—plus you can stay unbelievably toasty and warm all at the same time.

Credits: Tracksuit in video, Bec and Bridge

This post was produced in collaboration with Lexus

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