All-Star Beauty

In­tro­duc­ing: the best beauty hacks and prod­ucts of 2017

Women's Health (South Africa) - - CONTENTS -

1“Spritz per­fume on your iron­ing board – the iron’s heat will lock the scent into your clothes.” Jo Malone, leg­endary per­fumer Try Chanel Gabrielle EDP ( ). Chanel’s first new per­fume in years, Gabrielle is a de­li­cious bou­quet of four white flow­ers: jas­mine, ylang-ylang, or­ange blos­som and tuberose.

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“NOT SURE WHAT YOUR NATURAL-LOOK­ING LIP SHADE IS? SQUEEZE THE TIP OF YOUR MID­DLE FIN­GER. IT’LL FLOOD RED OR PINK – THAT’S THE SHADE YOU’RE AF­TER.” Danielle San­dler, celebrity make-up artist Try Elizabeth Ar­den Beau­ti­ful Color Bold Liq­uid Lipstick in Fear­less Red ( R295)

TO AVOID POST-GYM RED­NESS, SUCK ON AN ICE CUBE BE­FORE YOU WORK OUT. THE COLD CAN PRE­VENT BLOOD VES­SELS DI­LAT­ING AS YOUR TEM­PER­A­TURE RISES.” Dr Joshua Ze­ich­ner, der­ma­tol­o­gist Try La Roche-Posay Ther­mal Spring Wa­ter Sen­si­tive ( R150), if you don’t have ice on hand.

“MIX A -CENT-SIZED DROP OF FACE SCRUB INTO YOUR CLEANSER AND AP­PLY TO YOUR FACE IN A STEAMY SHOWER TO UN­CLOG PORES.” Noella Gabriel, head of prod­uct and treat­ment de­vel­op­ment at Elemis Try Dermalogica Daily Su­per­fo­liant ( R1 180) “DON’T WASTE TIME AP­PLY­ING PRIMER ALL OVER YOUR FACE. ONLY USE IT ON AR­EAS YOU EX­PE­RI­ENCE THE MOST MOVE­MENT: FORE­HEAD, AROUND THE EYES AND ON THE LINES THAT RUN EI­THER SIDE OF THE NOSE AND MOUTH.” Rebecca Restrepo, Elizabeth Ar­den global make-up artist Try May­belline Su­per Stay Makeup Ex­tend­ing Primer ( R160)

“UP EARLY? SLEEP IN A FACE MASK. IT WILL HAVE A MUCH HIGHER CON­CEN­TRA­TION OF IN­GRE­DI­ENTS THAN NIGHT CREAM TO HY­DRATE SKIN FOR AN EARLY RISE.” Liz Pugh, make-up artist Try La Mer The Bril­liance Bright­en­ing Mask ( R4 490)

“ADD LIQ­UID CON­CEALER TO YOUR MOIS­TURISER FOR A SPEEDY, LU­MI­NOUS COV­ER­AGE FOUN­DA­TION.” Paula Be­goun, Paula’s Choice Try Clar­ins In­stant Light Eye Per­fect­ing Base ( R330) “THE KEY TO FIND­ING THE PER­FECT NUDE LIP SHADE IS TO MAKE SURE THE COLOUR ISN’T LIGHTER THAN YOUR SKIN – IT WILL MAKE YOU LOOK WASHED OUT. FOR PALER SKIN TONES, A DUSTY-PINK OR ROSE-BEIGE WORKS. FOR MEDIUM, GO FOR A PEACH COLOUR WITH BROWN UN­DER­TONES. FOR DARK SKIN TONES, USE CHOCO­LATE SHADES – ADD A LIGHTER SHADE TO THE CEN­TRE OF YOUR LIPS TO CRE­ATE DEF­I­NI­TION.” Shah­naz Cola-Wren­sch, make-up artist Try L’Oréal Color Riche La Pal­ette Lips in Nude ( R250)

“FOR CEL­LULITE, LOOK FOR PROD­UCTS THAT CON­TAIN CAF­FEINE, AS THIS WILL HELP WITH DRAINAGE AND THE STIM­U­LA­TION OF MICROCIRCULATION.” Kamo Hlalele, na­tional train­ing man­ager, Clar­ins South Africa Try Clar­ins Body Shap­ing Cream ( R550)

“Don’t have time to blowdry all of your hair? Ap­ply a smooth­ing lo­tion and dry around the part­ing and hair­line only. This will cover frizz.” Harry Josh, John Frieda global cre­ative con­sul­tant Try Paraben-free Oribe Sig­na­ture Sham­poo ( R597) to pre­pare your hair.

“No make-up make-up? Ap­ply the same shade of liq­uid blush to your tem­ples, eye sock­ets, cheeks and nose tip for a con­tour­ing ef­fect.” Eoin Whe­lan, Gior­gio Ar­mani make-up artist Try Nyx Pro­fes­sional Makeup High­light & Con­tour Pro Pal­ette (R395)

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