30th Aug 2016
Emphatic Voya fans, we’re like kids in a sweet shop when they add something new to their range. This sweetly scented palmarosa and vanilla hydrating mask is the ultimate boost for dry skin. Moisture-locking, refreshing and repairing, this mask leaves skin feeling soothed, hydrated, plumped and well-nourished. Hydra Veil mask, €38.
Pressed for time? Brides in the capital will adore the Elemis Speed Spa facial at The Shelbourne Spa; it packs a powerful (yet gentle) punch in just 30 minutes. Though they have seven facials to choose from, the Big Reveal gets our vote. Your skin will look and feel more radiant than ever and it’s the perfect, last-minute rescue miracle for those who are too busy living to follow a 12-month DIY bridal skincare plan. Let the pros do the hard work for you while you bask in your pre-nuptial glow, €50.
Struggling to catch your eight hours beauty sleep what with all that late night planning? With this double-ended multi-tasking skincare hero, you can bid a final farewell to exhausted eyes. Step 1, apply just a click of the lightweight gel-cream hybrid to ensure fresh and well-rested peepers (thank you, hyaluronic acid, peptides and more). Step 2, finish off with the light-diffusing concealer that does away with dark circles. Oh Charlotte, you had us at first click, Charlotte Tilbury Mini Miracle Eye Wand, €39.
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New to the Bobbi Brown empire are three beauty-boosting face masks that give your sin exactly what it needs within minutes. Whether you’re in need of a quick-fire detox, some instant hydration or a boost ?of pre-aisle radiance, you’ll find it here. Detox. Nourish. Radiance. We’ll take all three, please, €43 each.
This article appeared in the Spring/Summer edition of IMAGE Brides. Written by Caroline Foran.
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