Best new beauty products to buy now

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Written by Parissa Venturini


The top 6 new products on our beauty wish list this season.


Redken All Soft Mega Sheet Hair Masks Face sheet masks have become a part of our skincare routines by now, thanks to the ever-growing popularity of the Korean beauty trend. The hair care industry has also started to advance in the same direction, with various brands offering an at home Spa treatment that promises to replenish and deeply hydrate your locks in only 5-10 minutes. We recommend Redken All Soft Mega Sheet Hair Mask. (£10)


James Read Gradual Tan H20 Face Drops Forget the orange tinge of your first tanning creams; your future skin will look as golden as you want it to be. The water-based formula of James Read Gradual Tan H20 Face Drops is full of hyaluronic acid and works well mixed into any moisturizer. You can add as little as one drop to your day or night cream to build up a gradual glow, or several drops for an instantly sun-kissed look. (£25)


Clarins SOS Primer Clarins has just debuted its series of ‘SOS Primers’; six make up base solutions all packed with antioxidants and tailored to every beauty concern. The range includes primers that promise to erase fatigue, dullness, redness and dark spots, just to name a few. Whichever target you’re after, you’ll be sure to find your perfect match (or combination of more!) amongst this range of exclusive primers. (£26.50)


Redken + James Read + Clarins



Antonym Eco-Friendly Make up Brushes Following in Jane Irendale’s footsteps, Antonym Cosmetics have created a set of super-soft, professional, top quality eco-friendly vegan brushes which are also 100% cruelty-free. Do both your skin and the environment a favour, and start swapping your old brushes for their eco-friendly counterparts. (£7-£23 per brush)


Antonym Cosmetics


Kiehl’s Ultra Light Daily UV Defense SPF 50 Kiehl’s Ultra Light Daily UV Defense is perfect for sensitive skins, as its’ fast-absorbing formula is both oil-free and fragrance-free, and doesn’t leave any chalky residue. The new improved formula of Kiehl’s popular sunscreen has one of the highest grades of protection not only against UVB rays but also against UVA rays. (£38)


Ouai Anti-Frizz Sheets If you have static-prone hair, then this product is for you! Celebrity stylist Jen Atkin’s haircare line, The Ouai, have just launched ‘Anti-Frizz Sheets’. These hemp-paper sheets infused with coconut oil and shea butter promise to tame frizzy and static-prone hair and to add in an extra bit of shine at the same time. (£20 for 15)


Kiehl’s + Ouai


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