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November’s best beauty launches: it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas


by Holly O'Neill
27th Nov 2018
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Beauty writer HOLLY O’NEILL on what landed on the beauty desk this November.

CLASSIC TWIST
For the first time in the history of Chanel, the legendary clear-glass bottle designed by Coco herself is donning a fiery cloak of red. This limited edition No5 Eau de Parfum (and L’Eau de Toilette) is now available in a chic ruby red glass bottle, available from November 2.

Chanel No.5 Eau De Parfum Limited Edition, €150

ANIMAL INSTINCTS

Marc Jacobs’ eponymous range is finally coming to Ireland, and there’s a limited edition collection to boot. Leopard Frost is available exclusively at Harvey Nichols Dundrum – expect velvet mattes and frosty metallic finishes encased in Bet Lynch’s wardrobe.

Le Marc Lip Frost Lipstick in Sugar, €29.50

FACE FORWARD

No7 Laboratories has introduced the next generation of masking: No7 Skin Pastes. The Resurfacing Skin Paste refines texture with the power of an AHA/PHA peel complex, and the CICA-Rescue Skin Paste creates a veil on the skin, restoring, boosting and hydrating overnight to visibly reduce redness; €22.50 each at Boots and boots.ie.

No7 Laboratories Resurfacing Skin Paste, €22.50

FEMME FATALE

Estèe Lauder’s new collection, La Dangereuse, created by global beauty director Violette, was inspired by what the French call espiègle, meaning mischievous. The palette pigments are bold – moody shades of burnishing reds and midnight blues, a shimmering highlighter palette and the must-buy: a metallic foil-effect liquid lipcolour.

LIFE HACK

Irish entrepreneur Pamela Laird has another game-changer in her problem-solving range Moxi Loves. Bare Faced, €3.95, is a hypoallergenic cotton wool pad infused with cleanser. Just add water for the ease of a make-up wipe without the damage to your skin, or the environment.

Moxi Loves Bare Faced, €3.95

 

This article originally appeared in the November issue of IMAGE Magazine, on sale nationwide now.

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