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Beauty round-up: upcoming winter releases from Shiseido, MAC and Revlon


May 30, 2013/10.58

Shiseido will launch its Bio-Performance Super Corrective Eye Cream on July 9 in New Zealand, retailing for NZ$115 for 15 ml. The new cream counteracts sagging, wrinkles and dark circles and helps make eyes look younger.
   Shiseido says that the area around the eye can be dry, which leads to ageing. Naturally produced hyaluronic acid keeps the skin moisturized and firm, but with ageing, the acid is degraded more quickly. Shiseido’s innovation helps promote the production of hyaluronic acid and prevent its breakdown. The company has added its Bio-Corrective Complex and rose apple leaf extract, giving added protection against UV rays.
   Another new release can be found in Lucire’s issue 30, out this week: MAC False Lashes, its well known mascara available in its Stay Black shade, is now waterproof—but has the same volume, curl, length and definition that you have come to love. There is also MAC’s unique brush which delivers twice as much pigment. It retails from June 30 in New Zealand at NZ$48.
   Revlon, meanwhile, has launched its Nearly Naked make-up and pressed powder line. The new foundation helps harmonize skin and make-up and restore one’s natural glow.
   Revlon has used weightless, hollow silica pigments, which are said to blend the make-up with the skin’s natural tone and texture. It has added green and black tea, oatmeal and jojoba, and SPF 20 protection.
   There are 12 broad-spectrum shade offerings for the foundation and six shades of powder. Retail price is NZ$31·95, with an on-counter date in mid-July.

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