I haven’t done one of these posts for ages, but there are so many new launches at the moment and little exciting beauty news for my Beauty Business posts, so I thought we might as well go shopping!
First up, the Mini Miracle Eye Wand – it totally worked for me and is an incredibly impressive product. Charlotte Tilbury Mini Miracle Eye Wand is a two step system to brighten, tighten and conceal the under eye area. Step 1 is a smoothing and hydrating complex containing hyaluronic acid, Salicornia (a succulent, salt tolerant plant), Acanthum (thistle) and Cyclodextrins (a stabliizer) and rice proteins. Both steps use a twist and brush method, and there are four tone shades to choose from. My original post with a bit more info is HERE and the product is £29 HERE. While it’s really not my job to sell product, this is the best eye product I think I’ve ever used. Pricey, but nicey.
The bag in the main picture is a reclaimed vintage cotton shopper and lots of fun for £5 HERE.
I haven’t seen this collection in the flesh (and don’t like to accept products that could be put to better use raising money than being swatched on my arm), but you know, a Lauder lipstick is always a lovely thing to have or to give. As we are now in Breast Cancer Awareness month this is a timely launch. So, shades are Tumultuous Pink, Powerful, and Rebellious Rose plus a little pink bag. 20% of the retail price goes to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation for which Estee Lauder as a company raises literally millions for. It’s £28 HERE.
A single Nails Inc Cracker costs £19 for three polishes, but this set of six costs £38. I can’t move for festive things right now, and this is one of the better offerings I think especially for Christmassy girls’ nights out. Nails Inc always deliver on quality and the polishes are all full size. You can find it HERE.
I don’t this brand at all, but it keeps on cropping up on Instagram, so I’ll be taking a proper look at it in the near future. Beautybay.com is stocking some incredible brands right now – these glosses feature a mirror on the side of the lid and a light up wand (how to terrify your boyfriend in the middle of the night BUT handy for finding your keys in the dark) and they’re £15 each HERE.
I’ve reviewed the YSL Kiss & Love collection HERE and it looks like this palette is a Selfridges exclusive – it’s pricy at £59, but really a beautiful palette. It’s HERE. The lipsticks haven’t launched on line yet, but they’re fabulous – I’m trying to get my hands on the limited distribution shade in a blackened red and I’ll flag it up as soon as I do.
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