your sum­mer MAKE-UP Must-haves

The prod­ucts you should be pay­ing out for this month

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Peel Pads

Turns out wine isn’t just our drink of choice. Sweep on Neogen Der­mal­ogy Bio-peel Gauze Peel­ing Wine Face Pads, £22, for an on-the-spot re­fresh and re­fin­ing skin treat. Burst­ing with anti-age­ing ben­e­fits like nat­u­ral AHAS and resver­a­trol, which is found in red wine, it’s a home peel you’ll want to use again and again. Pass us the jar (and the bot­tle).

scent re­fresh

If there’s one thing we’re af­ter come sum­mer, it’s a new per­fume to douse our­selves with. Elie Saab Girl of Now EDP, £58 for 50ml, is our fra­grance of choice. Orange blos­som, jas­mine and mag­no­lia make this fresh, flo­ral and fruity, while al­mond gives it a nutty twist. You’ll be hooked from your first spray.

Pot of sleep

Join­ing the cover-up club over at Ben­e­fit is the Boi-ing Air­brush Con­cealer, £17.50. Boast­ing a long-wear, crease-free fin­ish and a peachy tone that neu­tralises dark cir­cles, this lit­tle beauty will hide your 4am Satur­day bed­time way faster than a cof­fee.

insta skin

Ar­riv­ing in the UK all the way from Aus­tralia is cult beauty buy Sand & Sky Bril­liant Skin Pu­ri­fy­ing Mask, £39.90. You may have al­ready seen it on your Insta be­cause it’s cur­rently tak­ing over so­cial me­dia thanks to its sell­out sta­tus across the seas. Pink clay is the magic in­gre­di­ent be­hind its pow­er­ful detox­i­fy­ing and re­fin­ing abil­ity. Want in? Get on the wait list at san­dand­

bet­ter brows

Chanel might be late to the brow bri­gade but its Stylo Sour­cils Wa­ter­proof Eye­brow Pen­cils, £30 each, are worth sav­ing up for. Avail­able in six shades, each one is soft enough to build up your brows just how you like them. Use the flat side to add colour all over and go in with the pointed end for pre­ci­sion where it’s needed. Flip it over and use the brush to tame un­ruly strands. Our arches have never looked so chic.

Clin­ique’s Col­lab

We love a make-up mar­riage to a de­signer brand as much as any­one and Clin­ique X Jonathan Adler’s lim­ited edi­tion drop – Lid Pop, £15.50; Pop Lip Colour + Primer, £16.50 – is so stylish we’re al­ready mak­ing room for it on our dresser. In­spired by sum­mer trips to San­torini, the bright colours and bold de­signs will get you mak­ing a beauty state­ment in the most stylish way pos­si­ble.

Hair­dresser in a Can

Dry sham­poo just got whole lot bet­ter. Thanks to Aussie Wash + Blow In A Can, £4.99, it not only ban­ishes greasy roots but there are six vari­a­tions and each one smells amaz­ing. Plus the for­mu­las are in­vis­i­ble so you don’t need to worry about the dreaded chalky roots. Not bad for un­der a fiver – we’ll take three, please.

in-shower spa

Give us any­thing that trans­forms our 10-minute morn­ing shower into a lux­u­ri­ous ex­pe­ri­ence. Switch your soap for Rit­u­als… The Rit­ual Of Ham­mam Re­fresh­ing Foam­ing Shower Gel, £8.50. It con­tains eu­ca­lyp­tus and rose­mary for a re­vi­tal­iz­ing morn­ing pick-me-up.

Pout re­fill

Pig­mented? Tick. Long-last­ing? Tick. Fits in the tini­est of hand­bags? Tick. Along­side all the usual re­quire­ments for a good lip­stick, Hour­glass has stepped it up a notch and cre­ated Con­fes­sion Ul­tra Slim Re­fill­able Lip­stick, £28 – a sleek case with in­ter­change­able re­fills at £18 each. They make lip ap­pli­ca­tion in­sanely easy and they’re so slim­line they’re an ob­vi­ous must for your next night out.

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