BEAUTY BUZZ

with Bella Blis­sett

Irish Daily Mail - YOU - - CONTENTS - By Bella Blis­sett

‘Re­mem­ber that the French word “voler” means “to fly,”’ said Noella Gabriel, co-founder and creator of Elemis, as she cap­ti­vated me with sto­ries about the power of es­sen­tial oils. Tak­ing me on a scented jour­ney of breath­ing rit­u­als, she ex­plained the brand’s new Life Elixirs range – a col­lec­tion to help us tune into our emo­tions and en­hance our lives. Now I be­gin my day with the em­pow­er­ing ylang-ylang and cedar­wood For­ti­tude Bath & Shower Elixir (€65), and carry the roll-on rose­wood and clary sage Calm Per­fume Oil (€33) in my bag for mo­ments when life ag­gra­vates. Fi­nally, I burn the patchouli and pal­marose Sleep Can­dle (€42.50) at night to en­sure a deep slum­ber. If they can help you to find headspace in this busy world, then I’d say you’re on your way to fly­ing. All elemis.com, from Mon­day.

New York City colourist Rita Hazan (above) knows good hair. Bey­oncé, Jen­nifer Lopez and Kar­dashian good hair. Now her hair­care line has ar­rived in Europe. Her re­mit? To for­mu­late prod­ucts so ef­fec­tive, they are al­most as good as her (€290) in-sa­lon treat­ments. Her Triple Threat Split End Rem­edy (€28.50) binds split bits to­gether and pro­tects against fur­ther break­age, al­low­ing you to keep your lengths for longer. Bey­oncé loves the True Color Ul­ti­mate Shine Gloss (€25) for its abil­ity to re­vive weary colour. Avail­able in three shades, the Root Con­cealer TouchUp Stick (€23.70, all sel­fridges.com) can be sketched on to in­di­vid­ual greys, so that they van­ish in a trice. You can even use it as a brow pen­cil, too.

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