MAKE-UP & SKIN

THE UP­DATES YOU NEED ON YOUR BEAUTY RADAR THIS MONTH

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THE ONE

BY SO­PHIE BERESINER

I once wrote a whole col­umn about how much I hate lip gloss.

I ap­pre­ci­ate its aes­thetic, but I don’t like it on me. It makes me feel old. I’m a matte lover, but, much like sushi (hate the stuff), I keep try­ing it, just in case. So when Pe­ter Phillips, cre­ative and

im­age di­rec­tor of Dior Make-Up, tells me I must try Dior Ad­dict Lac­quer Plump (£28.5O, right), I had to. Turns out it’s my sushi suc­cess story. It doesn’t feel like gloss; it’s long-last­ing, pig­mented and youth­ful with­out be­ing young. Sold. Try prim­ing

lips first with Dior Ad­dict Lip Max­i­mizer, £23.4O (be­low, in Pool Blue), for a plumper pout.

THE BIG SHOT HAND­BAG

CANDY

Chante­caille’s Lu­mi­nes­cent Eye Shade in Mare, £42 (above), has a sheer, glit­ter­ing pig­ment – per­fect to wash over the lids for an in­stant cool-girl eye. And once it’s used up, we’ll be us­ing

the chic com­pact as a mir­ror.

BEAUTY LEX­I­CON

Stub­born stains

“WEAR COLOUR LIKE IT’S STUCK ON YOUR SKIN. THINK OF WHAT DOESN’T COME OUT IN THE WASH: GRASS, WINE… GROSS IN RE­AL­ITY, GREAT FOR BEAUTY” MAC DI­REC­TOR OF MAKE-UP

ARTISTRY TERRY BAR­BER @TERRYBARBERONBEAUTY

THE VIP ON-THE-GO

GLOW

L’Eau Tan, £48 (right), is the first Chanel tan­ning mist, and it’s ev­ery­thing you’d ex­pect. The chic bot­tle de­liv­ers a sunkissed colour while smelling fab­u­lous, too.

THE LOOK YOUR NEW FAVOURITES

Clev­erly for­mu­lated to turn a shade of pink that matches the wearer’s skin tone upon ap­pli­ca­tion, Paul & Joe’s Lip Col­lec­tion, £18, a lip gloss and treat­ment balm (above) duo, is prop­erly be­spoke. We love.

Ben­e­fit’s Hello Happy Soft Blur Foun­da­tion, £25.5O (right), has op­ti­cal blur­ring spheres,

so skin looks like skin, only even-toned and pore­less. It’s the

per­fect light-cov­er­age base.

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