These primers, shad­ows, blushes and glosses go above the call of duty to of­fer beauty with ben­e­fits. Here­with, our pick of the makeup crop

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Dear By Terry Cel­lu­larose Blush Glacé: You are lit­er­ally mak­ing me blush. A dab of your shim­mery tinted gel, as silky as English cus­tard and rose-scented to boot, is enough to trans­form my of­fice-cu­bi­cle com­plex­ion into a flushed cast wor­thy of the most breath­less Jane Austen char­ac­ter. You blend eas­ily on top of tinted moisturizer, leav­ing a sub­tle watercolour wash that out­lasts most ro­mances. I leave you with a quote from Pride and Prej­u­dice: “My feel­ings will not be re­pressed. You must al­low me to tell you how ar­dently I ad­mire and love you.” Kisses, K.H. BY TERRY CEL­LU­LAROSE BLUSH GLACÉ IN ROSE MELBA, $58, SAKS.COM Dear Rim­mel Won­der’full Vol­ume Colourist: You’re full of sur­prises. To the naked eye ( get it?) you’re a per­fectly ser­vice­able mas­cara: dark and inky, volumizing with­out be­ing clumpy, with a ta­pered brush that makes it easy to coat the tiny lashes in the cor­ners. But where you ex­cel is the fact that your for­mula con­tains a small dose of dye, so you ac­tu­ally tint my lashes over time. That means that on lazy week­ends my mouse-coloured lash tips look less naked, even when they are. This is go­ing to be a long-term re­la­tion­ship. Yours, Rani Sheen


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