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7 New-To-Net-A-Porter Skincare and Makeup Brands To Try, Stat

Net-a-Porter is expanding its beauty section with more brands that we can count. Here are the ones you should know about.

Net-a-Porter’s Beauty section has expanded exponentially since it was introduced six years ago. From 11 brands, the e-tailer now has over 200 beauty brands under its roof, making it a true one-stop shop and quite the beauty force to be reckoned with. Get ready to add to cart the following seven new brands

1. Amy Jean Brows

 

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Founded by brow artistry expert Amy Jean in 2004, this Australian brand doesn’t believe in a one-brow-fits-all shape. The brand has five salons across Australia and has served celebrities such as Australian singer-songwriter Delta Goodrem, British singer aka Scary Spice Mel B, British model Naomi Campbell and Australian singer-songwriter Dannii Minogue. You can find brow products (of course), concealers, highlighters and mascaras from around US$29 (S$40). We hear that the Micro Stroke Pencils (US$31/S$43) have a creamy formula and micro-sized tip that lets you draw perfect hair-like strokes for natural, lush-looking brows.

2. Bynacht

 

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This German luxury skincare brand focuses on combining aromatherapeutic oils with active ingredients to promote a restful sleep to improve your skin condition. The brand’s founder, who sold her advertising agency to concentrate on her passion project, wanted to create a revolutionary skincare regimen specially tailored to the needs of the skin at night. This is because skin cell renewal rates double then, and our skin is better able to absorb nutrients from the skincare. Our vote goes to the Iconic Reborn Radiant Serum — it works to plump up the skin and resurface the complexion for smoother skin, and is at the highest end of the price range at US$176 (S$243). Prices start from around US$52 (S$72) for a cleanser.

3. One Ocean Beauty

 

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Eco-warriors, here’s another brand to add to your list. This American clean beauty brand has products for both the face and body. Founder and CEO of the brand Marcella Cacci wanted to create a skincare line with marine ingredients at its core and uses sustainable energy in its production. The products are also cruelty-free and the packaging, 100 per cent recyclable. The price range is surprisingly affordable, at around US$38 (S$52) for a cleanser to US$125 (S$172) for a body cream.

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