Style Beauty

Wednesday 18 October 2017

20 Winter Wonder Beauty Buys

<b>Morning Dew Blush</b> Winter weather and festive excess can give your skin a slightly greyish appearance this time of year. Add a bit of colour with this new blusher in a pretty coral orange shade.
€7.20, Topshop
Morning Dew Blush Winter weather and festive excess can give your skin a slightly greyish appearance this time of year. Add a bit of colour with this new blusher in a pretty coral orange shade. €7.20, Topshop
Brilliant Strength Nail Enamel Streamline your nail-care regime with this new one-product wonder. It contains a built-in protective base, top coat and strengthener. €9.58 Revlon.
Visibly Clear Pore and Shine Daily Wash Tackle the problem of unsightly large pores and shiny skin with this new face wash. €5.38, Neutrogena.
Cover and Go Lightening the load, this two-in-one skin-perfecting product includes everything you need for a flawless complexion. €7.18, Collection,
Queen Attitude Khol Kajal Channel your inner Cleopatra with this new kohl eyeliner from Bourjois. The cone-shaped design makes for an easy application. €8.38, Bourjois.
Winter Care Nourishing Body Lotion Skin takes a battering at this time of the year. This lotion is specially formulated to winterproof skin from the the harsh elements. €4.78, Dove.
Aussie 3 minute miracle shine Combat dull, damaged and lacklustre winter hair with this new conditioning treatment that has pearl powder and ginseng extract. €5.98, Aussie.
Apocalips This highly pigmented lip lacquer give the intense colour that comes from a traditional lipstick with the high-shine finish of a gloss. €7.18, Rimmel.
CC Eye Fix Treat tired eyes to some TLC with the innovative new Complexion Corrector. It’s a two-in-one eye cream and concealer with extracts of oat, beeswax and glycerine. €11.93, Nip + Fab.
Doll’d Up Want that wide-eyed, doll-like look? Using a curved brush and a lash-lifting formula this new mascara creates dramatically long lashes. €7.54, 17, Boots
Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish with Muslin This plant -based cleanser smells lovely and skin is soft and soothed afterwards, possibly even brighter. Works best if combined with a separate eye make-up remover. €18
REN Guerande Salt Exfoliating Body Balm Apply this thick, gentle scrub onto dry skin to get best effect. The peppermint fragrance is nicely reviving too. €24
Dr Hauschka Lavender Bath Oil It's practically impossible not to feel relaxed after a few minutes spent soaking in this calming oil. This also double-jobs as a face mask, just pour a couple of drops into a warm, damp facecloth. €18.95
Lancome Vernis In Love Nail polish is the quickest way to update a look. Lancome's latest collection offers a delicious selection in Peach Melody, Sugar Rose or the oh-so-tempting Rose Macaroon. €18
Moroccanoil Restorative Hair Mask This protein treatment leaves hair feeling nourished and in better condition. Use weekly. €32.50
Caffeine under-eye roll-on This clear cooling, soothing product can be applied in the morning and then topped up over make-up as tiredness sets in throughout the day. €12.22, Garnier.
GinZing eye cream This uses ginseng and magnolia extracts to tackle the tell-tale signs of fatigue such as dark circles and under-eye bags. A delicate iridescence reflects light off dulled skin. €25.17, origins.
Clarins Hydraquench Cream SPF 15 This rich cream is the first line of defence against the dehydrating effects of the season. Recommended. €47.78
Diorshow Blue mascara might seem retro for a time all about looking forward but it will make eyes appear whiter and brighter in a nifty optical illusion €25.57, Christian Dior
Beauty Flash Balm This tried and tested formula is best applied just before make-up to plump, brighten and tighten the skin on the face, neck and décolletage. €33.57 Clarins

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