Out of all the beauty awards that now exist it’s The Allure Best of Beauty winners that interest me the most. Allure is the world’s favourite and most respected beauty publication so anything they declare as being the best is about as solid a recommendation you can get.
A relatively new product from Tarte that’s not yet available on QVC UK yet. It’s waterproof, contains peptides and coloured clay, natch, to treat, hold, fill in and colour brows for a full 12 hours.
Gives 72 hours of frizz control while not sacrificing on body at a drugstore price.
Not a drugstore price but Living Proof products generally live up to expectations. This one gives heat protection up to 450º and protects against UV rays for up to 24 hours.
The highest spf available in a hand cream. I’ve wanted this for ages but not even Sephora sell it. Therefore, I decided to order it from Amazon and pay stupid money for delivery.
High levels of moisturising power and a sheer tint will go a long way to making limbs look vastly improved.
6. Eau Thermale Avene XeraCalm A.D. Lipid Replenshing Skin Cleansing Oil £15.50
I read a while back that this range is a real breakthrough in the treatment for sensitive and eczema prone skin in adults and children. The Cleansing Oil has just landed at Boots.
7. StriVectinLabs Anti Wrinkle Hydra Gel Treatment £55
This is a two-step system that works on wrinkles instantly and over time.
8. Roloxin Lift $110 for 10
These are apparently even smaller than you expect them to be and can be used to blend make up in the nooks and crannies of the face and to highlight and contour.