The holiday indulgence is a bitter-sweet memory, particularly for your skin. This is why it is time to detox starting with your skincare.
Have you set your resolutions for the new year? Sometimes the smallest goals are the easiest to achieve, and we know how every small achievement works as a powerful booster for your mood so, why not make 2023 the year you achieve your skin goals?
With January almost done and 2016 in full swing, it is time re-fresh your beauty kit and stock up on some new products.
Here are some that is on my shopping list.
Feed your hair with the new hair mask from Macadamia Professional. The Weightless Moisture Masque is designed for baby fine hair, the macadamia and argan oil blend repairs, replenishes and reconditions hair without weighing it down. Intense moisture is infused into the hair, leaving it smooth, silky and protected against future damage.
The product is also free from parabens, sulphates and gluten. RRP £29.70.
Natural Skincare lovers, Origins is launching Maskimizer™ Skin-Optimizing Mask Primer. Maskimizer saturates skin with hydration and skin-softening ingredients that prepares the skin for the treatment of the mask.
The mask features Origins Marine Algae Complex, which optimizes the skin’s condition to enhance the mask experience. It primes the skin to perform at its peak and makes the skin more receptive to the mask’s active ingredients.
Maskimizer features osmotic technology that helps maintain the moisture and fluid balance in the skin. Creating hydration ‘cells’ to boost skin’s ability to bind moisture. Softening the outer layer of the skin.
Available exclusively at origins.co.uk from February 12 and nationwide from March 2016 at select department stores. RRP £18.50. www.origins.co.uk
Love thy lips- Beauty brand Clinique is launching its new Pop Artistry Collection. The range that is inspired by candy and available in six shades includes Pop Lacquers, Glazes, Oils and Eye Shadows.
The Pop Glaze sheer lip colour and primer (£16) is formulated with shea and murumuru butters that provides superior moisture maintenance for the lips and a combination of emollient oils to provide shine.
The Clinique Pop Lacquer lip colour and primer (£16) moisturizes, and smooth lips, while delivering intense colour with a modern lacquered finish that wears for up to six hours available in 10 shades.
The Clinique Lid Pop (£15) has a silky, long-wearing formula and is developed with patented, “slurry technology”. The formula begins as a smooth liquid which transforms through a slow baking process into a lightweight powder. Richly pigmented, and is comes in eight different shades.
The collection will be available exclusively at Harrods and Clinique counters from 01 February 2016 and online from March 18 2016.
For Sleek MakeUP lovers- the brand is launching their Lip VIP collection. The creamy, long-lasting formula glides on smoothly, leaves an even, semi-matte finish and is available in six velvety shades:
Reserved, a candy pink
Flaunt It, a punchy orange
Backstage, a coral pink
Guest List, a warm coral
Private Booth, a classic nude
Night Spot, a chic red
The collection contains vitamin E, shea butter and coconut oil.
Available From sleekmakeup.com, Boots & Superdrug. RRP £5.49.
Bronze and glow with Benefit– the brand is launching three new additions to the Hoola range.
The new products are the;
Hoola Zero Tanlines (£19.50), an allover body bronzer which stays on for 12 hours and is suitable for all skin tones
Dew The Hoola (£22.50), a soft-matte liquid bronzer for the face, which provides a shimmer-less natural look and the;
Hoola Bronzing & Contouring Brush (£17.50) a domed powder brush.
Available from March 26 www.benefitcosmetics.com