Thankfully, according Becky Goddard-Hill, blogger at Baby Budgeting, "you don't need fame or money to be a gorgeous pregnant lady, just look your best with what you have and let your baby bump take centre stage". She says of her pregnant beauty routine: "I relied on a big smile, clear eye drops, brushing my hair till it shine, a slash of lippy."
Organic Lipstick is great, as it adds a touch of red carpet glamour with the benefits of natural ingredients like shea butter, castor oil, green tea, grape, lemon and orange.
Meanwhile, the team at That's Yummy Mummy suggest going easy with organic make-up. "Keep your make up subtle,
with lots of flushing and redness during pregnancy, an over-made up face can suddenly look clown-like," they advise.
They also suggest getting lots of sleep and taking on plenty of water - good advice for any organic skin care routine. One way to relax and unwind is Mother & Baby Massage Oil, which contains lavender and chamomile to calm and soothe.
Organic makeups are, for the most part, easier to apply than traditional makeups. For the most part, you will only need one type of tool–the brush. Applying with a brush only requires a circular motion. Mineral makeups do not need sponges used to apply cake and liquid makeups. In addition, it does not take time.