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Thursday, June 26, 2014

The Daily Beauty Report (26.06.14)


Here is what is happening in the beauty world at the moment...


As a quick heads up the mini MAC Lorde Collection is available now within the UK, it is online only.
Find it here - link.

I'm rather interested in this new line from Elizabeth Arden as I am a complete stress head, even if there is nothing to worry about I will find something! "Beauty brand Elizabeth Arden has announced the launch of Flawless Future Powered by Ceramide, the brand's first skincare collection designed specifically for women in their 20s and 30s. The new range helps combat the first signs of ageing caused by stress, with key ingredients including: ceramide skin identical matrix, providing an optimal ratio of ceramics to help replenish those that are lost; telosense, a protein complex technology to help minimise the early appearance of lines and wrinkles; and liquorice extract, to sooth irritated skin while improving skin tone, texture and radiance. Products featured in the collection include Caplet Serum, Moisture Cream and Eye Gel. The Flawless Future Powered by Ceramide collection will be exclusive to Debenhams from 20 July until 10 August."

On the 30th of July Little Mix and Collection expand their beauty range and I personally think it has some stellar pieces "Girl group Little Mix has announced the launch of a new collection of products to their make-up range with COLLECTION Cosmetics. New products include: Little Mix by COLLECTION All About The Eyes Palette, featuring classic neutral shades to create a smokey eye; and Lip Balms that include Perrie's Natural Shimmer, Jesy's Vanilla, Leigh-Anne's Mint and Jade's Raspberry."

In a matter of days a new skin care product from DHC will launch "Japanese beauty brand DHC has announced the launch of Revitalizing Moisture Strips: Mouth, designed to target fine lines and crepe-like dryness. The disposable soft polymer gel strips adhere to the skin to deliver a shot of anti-ageing botanical nutrients where it's needed most. Key ingredients include: alpha-arbutin to brighten; olive leaf extract to protect, firm and nourish; aloe to condition; mulberry and peony to brighten; and soy, included for its age-fighting properties. "

One for hair care junkies "Haircare brand TIGI Bed Head has announced the launch of the Urban Antidotes collection, comprising Scalp Shampoo and a trio of Intense Repair Treatment Masks. The new range includes Reboot Scalp Shampoo and Conditioner, containing a formula with zinc pyrithione to get rid of scalp clogging product build up, while re-balancing scalp moisture levels; Re-energize Shampoo and Conditioner, containing internal repair molecules to strengthen weaker hair and accompanied by a treatment mask to smooth and shine; Recovery Shampoo and Conditioner, a hydrating remedy for thirst quenched hair that contains core repair technology to penetrate the hair shaft and restructure proteins inside the hair fibre, with an accompanying treatment mask; and Resurrection Shampoo, Conditioner and treatment mask, for hair that's heat styled and chemically damaged." This will launch in July.

A new skin care launch from REN will hit the counters in September "REN Skincare has announced the launch of Flash Rinse 1 Minute Facial, a new gel treatment that revitalises and visibly rejuvenates the skin. Formulated with potent water-activated vitamin C, the product neutralises urban grey to leave skin looking firm, toned and smooth, while reducing signs of fatigue, photo-ageing and skin imperfections. Key ingredients include: vitamin C, which stimulates collagen synthesis, aids skin elasticity and firmness, evens skin tone and helps to reduce oxidative and UV damage long term; boswellic acid, to relax muscles, fight fatigue and diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles; and magnesium, to energise and boost radiance. The facial product is suitable for all skin types, except those prone to sensitivity."

Have a lovely evening!


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