For Autumn, By Terry is a bit of a revamp of existing products with new shades that are sumptuous. Above is the Eyebrow Mascara (£26) and the Eyebrow Liner (£23) that I was blown away by – particularly the Eyebrow Mascara that’s also a brow-fix. It’s on a fine brush that grabs the hairs and gives them a sleek look rather than dry; this is £26 well spent any day of the week and probably the best performer in this category that I’ve come across. I’m not so grabbed by the liner – my brows are quite dense so I don’t really need to fill in too much. The Mascara comes in four shades: blonde, ash, auburn and dark brown.
Again, a thing of wonder! These lipsticks have a transparent element to them, in that the wear is very flexible; one swipe is sheer (ish), two swipes and it’s a full look, three swipes and oh, my!
Plum Plump Girl (£25) is the most beautiful, dramatic violet-rouge. There are four other shades in the new line-up: Fatal Shot, Be Red, Sangria Appeal and Grand Cru.
The new Khols are wonderful: I opted for Emerald Invasion (£22) above, which does incredible things for brown eyes. I used it on the inner rims and it’s really dramatic; I’m hooked already. It’s also a stayer – quite hard to find in a khol.
There are two new shades for the Ombre Blackstars (£27.50): Brown Perfection shown above and Black Matte which is as it sounds.
Finally, a new Hyaluronic Blush in Bubble Glow (£28), a fresh-looking peachy-pink. I’ve never really got along with the Hyaluronic Blushes; there are other tints that do the job just as well. Other than that, although this range is expensive, I do think you are getting what you pay for, particularly for the brows and khols. They do perform better than other brands so I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend.
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