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Fenty Beauty · Pro Filt’r Instant Retouch Setting Powders & Fairy Bombs

When Fenty Beauty launched last year with its range of 40 foundation shades, jaws dropped — then basically every other brand raced to follow suit. In keeping with the whole skin-diversity theme, the brand recently launched setting powders to match, as well as 3 new highlighters … the latter of which are exactly what you’d expect from Rihanna: a killer glow.

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Dior · Lolli’Glow Spring 2019 Collection

For Spring 2019, Peter Philips — Creative and Image Director for Dior Makeup, has imagined a cotton candy world of light-hearted colour with the new Lolli’Glow Collection, and I don’t know about you, but after the apocalyptic Winter we’ve had, I’m so ready to take a ride on this beauty carousel.

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MAKE UP FOR EVER · Artist Face Color

In the whirlwind pace of so many new — and frequently limited edition collections launching from all the brands, it’s nice to take a step back and give some love to something more permanent; case in point, the Artist face Colour blushes, highlighters, and sculpting powders from MAKE UP FOR EVER — a brand that definitely knows a thing or two about colour and more importantly, performance. After all, why not have it all?

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Guerlain · Morning Love Collection Spring/Summer 2019

As this year’s Winter has been ridiculously harsh, receiving a selection of goodies from Guerlain’s Morning Love Collection for Spring/Summer 2019, is a welcome sight indeed — ushering the first signs of warmth in beauty form. Now if only the weather would actually start heating up …

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CHANEL · Vison d’Asie: L’Art du Détail, Spring Summer 2019 Collection

Once Christmas passes, I begin anticipating the warmer weather with all the new beauty collections it brings, and first out of the gate for Spring/Summer 2019 is CHANEL’s Vision d’Asie: L’Art du Détail. Embarking on a photographic journey through Japan and South Korea, Lucia Pica — the brand’s head of makeup — was inspired by the Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi: the art of seeing preciousness in imperfection, thereby elevating the mundane into something so much more. In the end, it’s about the interplay between shadow & light along with classic tones paired up against unexpected pops of colour … and it all just totally works.

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