BEAUTY Yuriko Shiratori and the Lucire team have picked beauty items that’ll give you an outward glow, and make the most of spring and the coming summer
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From the October 2021 issue of Lucire KSA
Tailor Skincare has launched a brightening eye cream, Awaken, which has natural ingredients including caffeine extract, hyaluronic acid, and milk thistle ester. It also contains golden mica, sourced responsibly from the Responsible Mica Initiative in India.
Bondi Sands Aero Aerated Self-Tanning Foam has dual tanning actives and Bondi Sands’ signature coconut scent. Available in both light–medium and dark, this ultra-lightweight aerosol foam will leave skin with a sun-kissed, long-lasting bronzed glow. Priced at A$24·95 for 200 g in Australia; visit bondisands.com.au.
Let your eyes glow
Glow Labs’ eye serum is perfect for combatting common concerns, created with a powerful mix of active anti-ageing ingredients. A careful blend of clinically -proven Beautifeye and Aldavine 5X reduces the appearance of dark circles by up to 32 per cent and lifts upper eye lids by up to 61 per cent. The added combination of vitamin E and Superox-C helps combat wrinkles and crow’s feet through reducing the depth of lines by up to 33 per cent. Glow Lab provides a luxurious yet affordable eye serum, priced at A$22·99 for 15 ml.
Burt’s Bees new natural lip crayons give a full coverage matte colour with a creamy finish. Staying true to their brand, Burt’s Bees uses 100 per cent natural ingredients for the crayon, packed with shea butter, jojoba oil and kendi oil to soften and provide long-lasting hydration. There are six shade available, including Sedona Sands, Redwood Forest, Niagara Overlook, Carolina Coast, Hawaiian Smoulder and Napa Vineyard. There shades are perfect to be worn alone or layered under lip gloss to complete any look. •
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