The need-toknow product launches Look’s beauty team can’t get enough of this spring
1 Zen yourself the new Elemis Life Elixirs Collection, from £22 (available in may), is perfect for those of us with busy lives. the candles, perfumes and bath oils combine specially selected aromatherapy oils to cater for all your needs. Whether you need calming, uplifting or a go-get-’em boost, there’s an elixir for you.
2 # 1 Glow Zoeva has nailed it once again with its Sweet Glamour Blush Palette, £13. two pink blushers are paired with a gorgeous highlighter that’s sure to brighten even the dullest of complexions (or days).
3 Body Blurring Be prepared for a sudden surge in temperature with Elizabeth Arden Dare To
Bare Body Bronzing Oil, £25, which gives even the palest of skins a gorgeous sheen of colour – no tanning necessary.
4 Matte not flat if you’re forever on the hunt for a matte foundation that doesn’t over- cake your skin, you’re in luck. Clarins Pore Perfecting
and Matifying Foundation, £28, glides on to create a sheer veil that plumps and hydrates without a hint of shine. perfect for the warmer months ahead.
5 28 days later… a new wave of incredibly scientific skincare is about to go mainstream. One of the newbies is Lancôme Visionnaire Crescendo Progressive Night Peel, £60, a 8-day skincare programme packed with highly effective acids that treat the skin each night. the result? a noticeably glowing and more even skin tone one month on. Now that’s a chemistry lesson we can get on board with.
6 skin sos Whether you’re a city dweller or live out in the countryside, pollution has damaging effects on your skin. Givenchy City Skin
Solution Masks, £44.50 (available in may), combine purifying, cleansing ingredients with a hit of hydration to keep your skin’s natural barriers in check.
7 Contour update Forget harsh lines and crazy instagram techniques. the new Nip + Fab Contour
Kit, £15, is backed by Kim Kardashian’s make-up artist mario Dedivanovic, who told us he uses only the lightest shades to create subtle shadows.