I photograph natural beauty products alongside old books.
At The Beauty Proof, I treat you the way I want to be treated. And that means maintaining integrity in my reviewing process. I only profile products I’ve personally handled and tested. The photography is done in its unique way, partly so you can see what the products look like, but also so you can feel confident that I have firsthand knowledge of what I’m sharing with you.
Why books instead of, say, pineapples? I have a lot of beautiful old books laying around. I collect them, so they’re handy.
Haven’t you ever wondered if the new serum or mascara being flaunted in a magazine or blog was actually tested by the person writing about it?
In today’s world of sponsored content and clickbait, it’s hard to gauge trustworthiness. Besides, none of us want to fall victim to copy-and-paste shenanigans.
This isn’t just about what you see here on The Beauty Proof. Whatever you’re researching online, ask yourself, How trustworthy is this opinion? What incentive does this writer have to push me towards this product, idea, or action? Because intentions matter.
You’re looking for a clean beauty routine. And I’ve found amazing products and resources to share with you.
So when you see this odd combination of old books and cosmetics, feel confident in the quality of the recommendation.
Go ahead. Find the makeup and skincare that work for you.