SS20 Bronzers: Chanel, NARS, Clarins and Guerlain

I shared about my personal favourite bronzer here but here are a few others which are worth mentioning.

Chanel Les BeigesHealthy Glow Illuminating Powder NordstormSaks,Neiman Marcus,Selfridges and  Harrods.

A part of the annual gorgeous Les Beiges launch, can be used “as a sheer highlighter or subtle bronzer for a natural-looking glow” as Chanel suggest.  There are two shades: Sunset and Sand

Clarins Bronzing Compact Shade 001 Sunset Glow, £32 from the website

Want It: Jordan Samuel Skim Body Oil and Givenchy Le Rose Perfecto Lip Gloss

I did not write any “Want It” features in a while because, quite frankly, I see new beauty launches all the time and it takes a lot for me to actually want that product.

But today I want to share about two items which I would get this very minute: one beauty, one makeup.

Givenchy Le Rose Perfecto Baume a Levres Liquide, €35 from Sephora and Nordstrom

I am a big fan of baby pink pink glosses, and 1 Pink Irresistible looks exactly like the type of product I would like. Especially now that my favourote pink glosses from Chanel and Rouge Bunny Rouge were discontinued, I am looking for a replacement. And this could be it.

Le Rose Perfecto Liquid Balm is promised to nourish (shea butter and cranberry oil), smooth, plump and hydrate (extract of pink pepper)  the lips.

And let’s not forget the

SS20 Mini Trend: Lip Oils

It looks like lip oils are here to stay. Clarins were among the first to start the trend a few years ago. But now more and more brands are releasing their version.

I have chosen five which stood out to me, just note that not all of them are brand new releases.  There are some new-er options in the end, too, so keep on reading.

Darphin Petal Infusion Lip Oil, £22; now £14

Drphin is one of my favourite brands and I really love the look of these lip oils.  They are infused with real flower petals: rose, cornflower or calendula.

Erborian Rose Infusion Lip Oil, £14 Amazon

Anything rose – I love, and you just gotta love the under £15 price tag. 

ESPA Nourishing Lip Treatment Oil, £20 from JL

Another favourite [brand] of mine. Infused with

SS20 New In: Tom Ford, Kerastase, Le Labo and Rouje

As I’ve already mentioned a few times, these days I try to post about the new launches on my Facebook group.

But I still love writing these round-ups of the new launches which stood out to me the most, so here we go. Makeup, fragrance, hair care and a fragrance.

Tom Ford Rose Prick, £218 from Selfridges  and Nordstrom.

When it comes to names like this it can go very wrong it can just get too tacky and vulgar. However “rose prick” somehow manages to avoid that, or is it just me? And I can never have too many rose fragrances. Bulgarian, Turkish and Rose de Mai mixed with  Sichuan pepper, turmeric and tonka bean. I have to sniff it next time I am near TF counter. 

Speaking of fragrances, the cult perfume brand Le Labo launched

New Lip Products: Victoria Beckham, Lisa Eldridge, Westman Atelier

Here are the most interesting lip launchers, in my opinion. All three are unique, and truly stand out. With a new beauty launch every day, it’s hard to bring out something amazing, but these lip releases are anything but boring. No wonder, two incredibly talented make-up artists Gucci Westman and Lisa Eldridge, and Victoria Beckham could not get it wrong.

Westman Atelier Lip Suede, $95. Out in December.

I really love the look of Gucci Westman’s makeup line. In fact, she is one of my  favourite make-up artists to follow on social media.  Her new release which she shared about this week on her Insta is just so chic and gorgeous. How can you possibly not want that beautiful red compact with four shades of lipstick? This is exactly what we love luxury beauty for.

Lisa Eldridge True Velvet Lipsticks, £26 each; £75 a trio with a pouch.

Lisa broke the Internet again with the launch of the new shades of her