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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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Marc Jacobs · Leopard Frost Collection

Inspired by textiles and layering, the limited edition Leopard Frost Collection from Marc Jacobs, features high-impact metallic lamé finishes — the better to bring out your inner fierce feline, I imagine. And can we talk about this totally chi-chi packaging?

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Urban Decay · Naked Reloaded

I clearly remember the day I got my hands on Urban Decay’s original Naked palette: I was vacationing in Florida where I picked it up from Sephora on the day it launched (I also used my elbows to to great advantage, fighting the crowds). This simple yet totally novel concept of an eyeshadow palette filled with neutrals went on to spawn an entire Naked empire (all of which I apparently own) and even though I don’t reach for that palette as often anymore, I was still sad to learn it was being discontinued. I should have known that Urban Decay wouldn’t let a good thing die out: think of Naked Reloaded as a fresh, new & modern reboot of the original … and I must admit, an excellent successor to the legacy.

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