Additionally, the Ultra Le Teint fluid foundation now comes with 30 new shades to cater to a wider variety of skin tones. And of course, it has kept to its original formula, which contains a Perfect Skin complex, this helps to resist heat, humidity and excess sebum production to maintain a natural-looking matte finish and keep its colour intact for a reported 24 hours.
Nars’ new Bronzing Collection is perfect for summer
The French beauty brand has just introduced its new Bronzing Collection, which consists of a string of different makeup products to recreate a sultry, summer look. The Bronzing Powder ($65) now comes in an all-new packaging and additional shades (with a new matte formula) to impart a soft, warm glow to the skin. This can also be paired with the brand’s Afterglow Lip Balm ($40), which now comes in the iconic Laguna shade, Oil-Infused Lip Tint ($40) that hydrates and nourishes puckers, and the new Powerchrome Loose Eye Pigment ($40) for bold peepers.
Charlotte Tilbury just launched a new virtual try-on tech
With social distancing being taken very seriously amidst the Covid-19 virus, many of us are turning to online shopping and this new launch by Charlotte Tilbury is perfect for those who want to try on the products before purchasing them online. The brand has just introduced an initiative that allows consumers to try on over 100 of her famous makeup looks all prior to purchase with the help of augmented reality (AR) technology. This is made available on the brand’s mobile site when consumers visit its product pages. Customers can then click on the “Try It On Me” button where they will be advised on how to use the products to get the best results.
Coty Inc just started producing its own batch of hand sanitisers
The company, which is home to a string of beauty brands such as Gucci Beauty, Philosophy and Burberry Beauty has just introduced its new initiative to fight the ongoing Covid-19 virus. started producing hydro-alcoholic gel, which is used as hand sanitizer, to help combat the virus. The products are free of charge and are being distributed and donated to medical and emergency services staff who are facing shortages due to the fast-spreading virus. Products will also be provided to Coty employees working in the plants and distribution centers producing sanitizers, as well as pharmacy staff at some retail customers.