Will: Alison Young’s Beauty Fix this Thursday!


Will & Alison  Hi everyone, it's Will here. 

There's a brand new show coming to QVC this Thursday (2nd of August), it's called Alison Young's Beauty Fix. 

Each week we'll be featuring a special product chosen by Alison Young, plus look out for fantastic competitions, with the winner being announced at the end of the show.

I'll be reading out your Tweets and Facebook messages live on air AND we'll have an online Facebook & Twitter chat with Alison Young herself for half an hour after the show (5pm to 5:30pm). If you're not on Facebook or Twitter you can always leave a question for Alison at the bottom of this blog. 

Alison Young's Beauty Fix   Beauty Fix Competition Prize

To whet the appetite take a look at this week's fantastic Beauty Fix Competition, you can enter right now! I hope you can join us this Thursday 2nd of August for this fresh new interactive beauty show with Alison Young and myself live from 4pm!

See you then,
Will x
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  1. mrs anne rix July 31, 2012 at 5:31 pm -  Reply

    I am 76 -nearly 77 and have been using Revitalash for 2 months it has started to work and I have coming up THE BEST and LONGEST lashes I have EVER had in all my life !!!!
    it probably takes longer to work in an older woman like me but it is great .and they are also darker – I may even be able to do without my lifelong use of eyeliner !!!!!! any day now
    best regards anne

  2. mrs anne rix July 31, 2012 at 5:33 pm -  Reply

    i would buy the Rivitalash brow if i could afford it ,as i am sure it would solve my diminishing brows too

  3. Isabel Amaro August 1, 2012 at 9:25 am -  Reply

    Hi Alison.
    I have a big problem… Open pore on my face.
    Please what can I use? Help!
    Thanks Ali.
    Isabel. Manchester.

  4. Nicky Tucker August 1, 2012 at 1:39 pm -  Reply

    Hi Alison and Will, I have really bad under eye bags that are puffy as well. would really like something to help improve the area but also something to conceal them until they look better please.

  5. NICOLA August 1, 2012 at 1:57 pm -  Reply

    hi alison, please help with wrinkling skin on throat around adams apple been using gatineau but that seems to make it look worse drawing skin together rather than smoothing out. Oils and creams dont seem to be making a difference either

  6. alison August 1, 2012 at 3:00 pm -  Reply

    Can’t wait for your new show – I love the “Ask Alison” shows you did.Really informative and impartial.
    I’m surprised you’ll be in the studio tomorrow as I was watching the Olympic sailing from Weymouth and saw that a Team GB sailor called ALISON YOUNG was competing!
    Good luck with the show. Please tell the Beauty buyers to give us girls Easy Pay on ALL beauty products! Then we can buy more!

  7. Morag Nicol August 1, 2012 at 4:21 pm -  Reply

    Hi Alison I am currently usin decker, but am usure as to when I should put on my Alph H sun screen factor 50 moisturiser, should it be after my iris oil and my hydra floral moisturiser.
    Many thanks
    Morag Nicol

  8. Mairi Crockett, Isle of Lewis August 1, 2012 at 10:36 pm -  Reply

    Hi Alison,
    I have really crepy eyelids and a hooded eye, I use gatineau melatogenine, is this the best thing for me to use. Thank you.

  9. Caroline August 2, 2012 at 5:14 am -  Reply

    I have oliy skin and in my early 20s I still get blemishes and no matter what i try I just can’t get rid of them what do you suggest I do?

  10. Tapi August 2, 2012 at 5:19 am -  Reply

    I used to have acne now my skin has cleared up. Just now left with acne scars on my face which I wanna get rid of what do you suggest I can try? I am Afro-Caribbean in my late 20s. Many thanks Tapi in London

  11. christine Woolston August 2, 2012 at 7:57 am -  Reply

    I have had peeling nails for 6months- have tried OPI nail envy for sensitive nails- any other suggestions? getting desperate.

  12. sharon August 2, 2012 at 8:23 am -  Reply

    hi alison, i am 46, got roseaca thread vains & reddness on my face plus it is also very dry, could you please suggesrt any products what could help me please. sharon.

  13. Karen August 2, 2012 at 1:39 pm -  Reply

    Hi Alison
    I am 53 and post menopausal, What can you suggest for crepey skin on tops of arms. I have tried Decleor body sculpt oil and comfort moisturiser but it has made no difference even after months of using twice daily.
    Please help!

  14. antonia franklin August 2, 2012 at 4:30 pm -  Reply

    I have extremely dark circles under my eyes. I am 38 and have very oily skin. I do not have a problem with lines yet but the circles are almost black.
    what would you suggest to reduce them please?
    thanks Antonia

  15. Ann Chinery August 2, 2012 at 4:59 pm -  Reply

    I have only been using my Revitalash and Revitabrow for a week and they all ready seem in better condition. Please can we have the one for hair. My other half is desparate to try it.

  16. sandy August 2, 2012 at 5:01 pm -  Reply

    hi alison and will I was wondering if bare minerals primer would be good for open pores I am 50 but have no lines and wrinkles as have followed alisons advice on skincare but I have started to get open pores on my face
    kind regards

  17. Will Gowing August 2, 2012 at 5:58 pm -  Reply

    Hi Karen,
    Exfoliation is crucial, three or four times a week. The most economical scrubs are from Philiosophy. Then try the SBC Collagen Gel as a firming moisturiser morning and night twice a day, this is often overlooked as it’s economical to use but it does give fab results. When you have more time, use it as a firming mask. Alison x

  18. Will Gowing August 2, 2012 at 6:01 pm -  Reply

    Hi Sharon,
    Definitely go for the Liz Earle cleanse and polish with the Superskin Concentrate mixed in with with cleanse and polish to make it more moisturising. Then apply the Elemis anti-redness cream under your normal moisturiser. If you need more richness mix more superskin concentrate in with your moisturiser as well. A recent great launch to go between skincare and makeup would be the bareMinerals anti-redness product which neutralises the look of high colour. Remember a good little trick is Arnica Gel can helpt o diffuse the look of the redness when applied either as a serum or a mask. Alison x

  19. Will Gowing August 2, 2012 at 6:06 pm -  Reply

    Hi Caroline, the most important thing is to treat it gently and slowly, if you’re too harsh you’ll make it worse. I want you to use Australian Bodycare Skin Wash, if you wear a lot of makeup remove it at night with Philosophy’s Purity Made Simple. Then use Decleor Prolagene Gel morning and night as a serum/moisturiser to help with the look of any scarring, if you will follow with a moisturiser then use Hope in a Jar from Philosophy which has the lowest oil content of any of our moisturisers. Try not to use masks or peels too often as these will stimulate the skin, only twice a month. Also check that your makeup isn’t making you spottier, the best foundation would be bareMinerals because of the Zinc Oxide in it. Alison x

  20. Suzy August 2, 2012 at 7:22 pm -  Reply

    Hi Alison, I’ve been struggling with an eating disorder for years and my skin is terrible as a result of such a poor diet. What would you recommend to help? Thank you.

  21. debra durling June 13, 2013 at 4:11 pm -  Reply

    hi alison.
    being menapausal, i have red cheeks , can you advise me in what skin car i can use to help rid of the redness.
    thank you debbie from noth lancing

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