Au­drey’s Top Six Essentials!

First get a flaw­lessly glow­ing mois­turised com­plex­ion, then add a bright pop of au­tum­nal colour… you’re ready to go!

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1. BUD­GET SERUM Nspa Ra­di­ant Flash Serum £5, Asda has skin-boost­ing vi­ta­mins A and E and nat­u­ral oils to nour­ish your skin while you sleep. The light for­mula is pleas­antly scented, so it feels lux­u­ri­ous de­spite the bud­get price. Ap­ply at bed­time af­ter cleans­ing, be­fore your mois­turiser.

2. CROWD PLEASER Olay is loved by women of all ages and the lat­est gen­er­a­tion of mois­turis­ers won’t dis­ap­point. With hyaluronic acid to keep skin sup­ple, plus key pep­tides to firm and lift, Re­gener­ist £29.99, Olay is ben­e­fi­cial to ma­ture skin. Make it part of your skin­care rou­tine for great re­sults.

3. MAG­I­CAL MAG­NETISM Kiko 2.0 Mag­netic Eye­shadow £12, KikoCos­met­ics.com is a loose pow­der with in­tense, long-last­ing colour and a sub­tle me­tal­lic sheen (shade 04 is a plummy taupe). And the pearly base of the loose pow­der for­mula keeps its wavy pat­tern thanks to spe­cial mag­nets in the jar!

4. MORN­ING GLORY Tril­ogy’s Very Gen­tle Restor­ing Oil £32.50, Tril­o­gyprod­ucts.com com­bines pure plant oils and an­tiox­i­dants. It feels lighter than many fa­cial oils, ab­sorbs well and gives skin a lovely morn­ing glow. Mas­sage a few drops into face and neck af­ter cleans­ing and fol­low with mois­turiser.

5. SEA­SONAL COLOUR Esteé Lauder makeup lasts and lasts, as any­one who has tried Dou­blewear Foun­da­tion will tes­tify. The lat­est Pure Color Envy Matte Sculpt­ing Lip­sticks £26, Estée Lauder gives lips a last­ing pop of colour. Smooth onto your fin­ger­tip and smudge over lips for a softer ef­fect.

6. GAR­DEN­ERS TREAT You don’t have to toil in the soil to en­joy Woods of Wind­sor Gar­den­ers Black­berry & Thyme Nour­ish­ing Hand Cream £5.99, De­part­ment Stores. With nat­u­ral in­gre­di­ents like thyme oil, black­berry ex­tract and shea but­ter, hands will feel soft and smell fresh as a coun­try gar­den.

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