Urban Decay have a host of new products coming, but unusually for me, I’m more interested in the less colourful options, including the Anti-Aging Primer Potion. I’m pretty much one for the ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’ adage, but this is such a cult product because it really does what it says on the tin (I’m sure I’ll manage a few more cliches before this post is out!) and the fact that its now got an anti-aging element to it is just a bonus. Everything points in the direction of this being a pretty powerful anti-ager to boot. No reason not to use it every day, then.
Next up is the Urban Decay collaboration with Skindinavia – a vitamin infused prep spray using the first stabilized form of Vitamin B. This is important news if you have excess oil or redness because it helps to deal with both (and claims to reduce pore size). I didn’t have a great experience with Skindinavia (my fault.. I chose the ‘bridal’ spray and ended up with glitter-face) but the brand is at the forefront of setting and facial sprays that make up artists love. It will cost £21 when it launches.
Finally, from my pick of the newness, these nail polishes. Urban Decay discontinued their nail polish range several years ago and other than a Naked range of polishes that I can think of, they haven’t brought out any others. So, nail colour is back and THANK YOU Urban Decay for making the bottle caps interesting! These skull topped polishes come in two shades:
These are Vice (purple) and Addiction. I can’t wait to get them swatched to show them properly. They’ll cost £10 each.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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