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Urban Decay · Game of Thrones Collection

When Urban Decay first announced their collaboration with HBO’s Game of Thrones, my heart almost stopped: a beauty collection from one of my fave brands + my ULTIMATE FAVOURITE TV SERIES OF ALL TIME (yes, that deserved to be said in caps) = worlds colliding and in the best possible way. As a seriously massive fan of the show (I’ve even read all the books), I was beyond thrilled and when the collection finally arrived, and that feeling has grown exponentially upon playing with all the pieces. The game is most definitely ON.

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YSL · Shimmer Rush Multi-Palette Spring 2019 & Couture Contouring Palette

For Spring 2019, YSL Beauty is serving up rosy freshness, perfectly captured with the Shimmer Rush Multi-Palette — brilliant hues that are just the thing to shake off the last bits of Winter. Oh, and for the record, I may have spent more time than usual admiring the outer case … can you blame me?

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Ciaté London · Jessica Rabbit Collection

Ciaté London is a brand that continues to impress me with their products, and this latest Jessica Rabbit Collection — inspired by Toontown’s bombshell chanteuse, just brings that point home. Say what you will, but this is one fierce lady packing a helluva sultry punch … my kind of woman.

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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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