The Rose Golden Luxury Set from Zoeva is a divine collection of 8 makeup brushes for the face and eyes. Each stunning brush features a gorgeous, on-trend rose gold ferrule in a sturdy matte handle. The brushes are also crafted with high quality bristle fibres that ensure precise product placement and excellent coverage.
O.P.I. Softshades Pastels Mini-Pack RRP $24.95. Available exclusively from select salons, MYER and David Jones. Stockist: 1800 812 663
With a majestic blend of Black Tea, Bergamot and zesty Cardamom, the Glasshouse High Tea Triple Scented Candle candle is in collaboration with the McGrath Foundation and 5% of the sale of every candle will be directed to the McGrath foundation to support McGrath breast care nurses nationwide.
The MOR Sugar Rose Bliss contains a Triple-Milled Soap Bar and vitamin enriched Hand Cream in the sweet floral scent of Sugar Rose. A subtle blend of soft sugary Rose meddles with exotic Tiger Lily and notes of ripe Tropical Fruits.
The O Cosmetics Mineral Pro SPF 30+ daily tinted moisturiser provides broad spectrum UVA & UVB protection. This lightweight, fast absorbing formula dries to a sheer finish and contains antioxidant, resveratrol, a skin conditioning peptide, and a delicious vanilla fragrance. The broad spectrum SPF 30+ protection may assist to prevent solar keratoses and sunspots, and reduce the risk of some skin cancers.
The Jurlique Face Care Ritual set contains Rosewater Balancing Mist, Rose Moisture Plus Moisturising Cream Mask and Skin Balancing Face Oil, to leave skin feeling soft, hydrated and radiant.
Lancôme partners with 9 leading brands; Lara Srokowski, Director of Artistry for Lancôme Australia creates modern beauty looks for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia.
Innovation might be the most loved buzzword in the beauty industry. But marketing keeps repeating itself. The end of World War II ushered in the modern consumer age and every new generation since has been targeted as the next big thing. That’s a logical move, of course, but each and every time an over-emphasis on youth has been shown to have limitations. It’s ironic that the word Youthquake was nominated as the word of the year for 2017 because it first surfaced in the 1960s to refer to the consumer impact of then-young Baby Boomers.