Prepare your beauty routine with these latest launches in Beauty.
Introducing Flânerie! Launching this month, the new vegan skincare brand believes that beauty comes from well-being and that taking a moment for your skin health helps aid a healthy mind and body. Inspired by the true meaning of flâneur, which refers to a person of leisure, an observer who enjoys life and takes in all life’s simplest pleasures. Flânerie acknowledges that the pressures of modern-day life often leave us unable to switch off and we forget to stop, slow down and appreciate small everyday pleasures. Its mission is to help you take a moment for yourself, through skincare.
LE VERNIS by CHANEL is the brand’s long-wear, protective nail polish with lasting shine designed to make vibrant colours dazzle. Extra-fine and ultra-shiny, each coat offers an absolutely even and lacquered result. The must have colour for Autumn? 947 – Desir.
GHD for Breast Cancer Now
Hailing from the Pink collection, this iteration of ghd’s Gold straighteners was crafted in collaboration with Breast Cancer Now, with the messaging to ‘”Take Control Now”, as a reminder to self-check every month. While this pair might deviate from the brand’s normal monochrome palette, the quality is the same: two next-generation heat sensors to maintain even heat distribution atop smooth, contoured floating plates that glide effortlessly through the hair for quick, frizz-free and shiny results.
BVGLARI exclusive to Harrods
Bvlgari’s Allegra Fantasia Veneta eau de parfum sees the label utilise one of the oldest and most innovative olfactive creations, the chypre, to capture the enchanting energy that seems to electrify the air during an Italian festa. The scent spotlights rich Indonesian patchouli created exclusively for the House; it’s a note as complex as the gowns designed for these opulent soirées and as coveted as an invitation, here exalted by unexpected traces of succulent peach and vanilla.
Belle Regali Naturale
Rejoice! In celebration of nature’s finest gift, Belle Regali Naturale recently launched using only exceptional ingredients to empower you to restore, rebalance and thrive. Each bar of 100% natural artisan soap is handmade in the UK using the traditional cold process method. My favourite? Hard to decide!
The latest addition to the Clarins Treatment Fragrance range is a feel good, mood boosting one that combines the aroma and skincare benefits of concentrated plant extracts to hydrate, invigorate, and perfume skin. Enriched with aromatic essential oils, that soften the skin, awaken the senses, and revive inner strength and vitality. Invigorates and soothes with Acerola seed extract.
LOEWE Home Scents
Launched recently, Loewe Home Scents dubs its fragrance lab “part Victorian botanical garden, part apothecary”. This vegetable-based wax candle is infused with clean verdant notes of climbing ivy and is hand-poured in a sculptural terracotta vessel that’s worth keeping for bits and bobs after the burn time’s up.
New in? Cucumber (pictured).
Take your skincare like your coffee with the latest plant-based milk exfoliant by Dermalogica. Working to simplify and enhance your skincare routine, the Dermalogica Daily Milkfoliant seeks to gently exfoliate the skin, while sealing in long-lasting moisture for a softening effect.
Comprised of oat and coconut, the vegan milky-powder exfoliant activates upon contact with water to release a burst of nourishing botanical extracts that buff away dead skin cells.
Created by Christine Nagel, Hermès’ perfumer, Terre d’Hermès Eau Givrée combines the vigour of citron and the incisive freshness of juniper berry with the power of Timut pepper.
Refillable and sustainable, the bottle combines glass with aluminium, two fully recyclable materials. As if cut from ice, the object is sleek and limpid. Frosted glass and brushed aluminium evoke the notion of frost covering the earth. The H on its base is a subtle reference to the ancestry of a now-cult object.
The Sarah Chapman Skinesis Pro Hydro-Mist Steamer helps you lift stubborn trapped dirt, oil and makeup from your pores. Start with an initial cleanse to remove surface impurities and then steam for 5-10 minutes at a distance of 20 centimetres. With fresh clean skin, follow your regular daily programme of massage, serums and moisturisers. The steamer is great to use 2-3 times a week for fresh, clean, dewy and hydrated skin. It’s safe for all skin types and tones except those people suffering from rosacea.
If Sarah Chapman is good enough for Victoria Beckham, its good enough for us!