When Terry de Gunzburg first introduced Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat in 1992, it was a revelation. The revolutionary brush highlighter-slash-concealer became a beauty staple that arguably led to today’s obsession with illuminating, highlighting and strobing (um, ok yes, they do all mean the same thing). (more…)
Just when I thought Chanel’s moisturising lippies couldn’t get any better, they do this. Enter Chanel Rouge Coco Stylo (£26), a chic little black bullet that offers colour, shine and lip care all in one lipstick. These are the slimmest, sexiest lipsticks around, and of course the cap closes with an expensive click. But how do they perform?
Well they’re super soft and creamy so a little goes a long way. I’ve been wearing Article (204, all the names are writing-related), a sweet pinky-coral with just enough shine to add radiance without being full-on glossy. (more…)
“Makeup is the one category that’s hotter than fragrances and/or skin care, and…at the high-end there aren’t many makeup artist or celebrity products, so in Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman and Nordstrom, there’s a position for it. What’s going to happen now is we’re going to see a rush of this stuff. It’s going to be like 2002 with celebrity fragrances.”
Brace yourself for the gold rush of celebrity makeup lines coming at you, as predicted by beauty industry consultant Allan Mottus, WWD