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The Body Shop has the perfect beauty suite in the era of the selfie

Filed by Lucire staff/August 4, 2014/9.49

In the era of the selfie, the Body Shop has responded. Not only has the word entered the lexicon, there’ll even be a Pygmalion-based TV show starring Karen Gillan and John Cho bearing that name. We’ve even seen cellphone manufacturers no longer refer to a reverse camera, but a selfie camera, on their new models.
   Available today in New Zealand is the All-in-One Instablur, a five-action perfector to hide skin blemishes—the Body Shop says one can say goodbye to filters.
   Instablur, available in a universal shade, has spherical powders with moisturizing vitamin E that helps smooth pores and hides blemishes.
   The Body Shop has also released the Smoky 2-in-1 Gel Liner (NZ$25) to intensify brows, using Community Fair Trade oils and ultra-dark pigments; a new eye colour in the Colour Crush range (NZ$21·50) with new shades (our picks are Champagne Kiss, the special-edition Gorgeous Gold and Golden Cinnamon as the in-trend ones, but look out for the special-edition Sunshine Love as well); a new red shade for its lip and cheek stain (NZ$25·25)—it’s particularly striking, again staying right on the beauty trends; and the Colour Crush Shine lip colour (NZ$27·75), formerly Colourglide Shine, again using Community Fair Trade oils to moisturize your lips.

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