Beauty News Of The Week: Marion Cotillard Is The New Face Of Chanel No 5 & More
Marion Cotillard has been announced as the new face of Chanel No 5
The Oscar winner has just been named as the face for Chanel’s iconic fragrance. This is the first time Marion Cotillard has ever lent her image to a perfume. The French actress has been a friend to the brand since the beginning of her career, walking the red carpet in Chanel for the Jean-Pierre Jeunet film A Very Long Engagement in 2004 and Olivier Dahan’s La Vie en rose in 2008, and was chosen for her “je ne sais quoi”. We can’t wait for the unveiling of the campaign, which will happen later this year.
Nars is launching their Cool Crush Collection exclusively at TANGS
If you want to get your hands on the makeup brand’s Spring 2020 Cool Crush range, then you’ll have to head down to TANGS. It’s the only place in Singapore you’ll be able to find the collection. And trust us, you’ll definitely want to get it. The wearable line consists of scene-stealing shimmer, unexpected textures, and effortless neutral tones.
The must-haves of the range are definitely the Cool Crush Eyeshadow Palette ($90) and the How to Fix Cheek Palette ($75). The former has 12 shadows in a spectrum of shades ranging from softly diffused neutrals to striking blues and shimmering tones, while the latter consists of three blushers and a highlighter in universally flattering peachy-nude tones.
Peter Thomas Roth’s Pro Strength range is perfect for women who love aesthetic treatments
The Retinoid Peptide Serum ($169) is made with 10 per cent Granactive Retinoid and 5 per cent Hexapeptide to reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles, while the Lactic Pore Treatment ($135) contains a highly concentrated 30 per cent Lactic Acid Complex to help purify and reduce the look of enlarged pores. The Exfoliating Super Peel ($135) contains a Triple Acid Complex of 35 per cent Phytic Acid, 14 per cent Gly-Acid and 0.4 per cent Salicylic Acid to help exfoliate and transform the rough complexions.
Dior’s Garden of Light collection is one of the prettiest we’ve seen this season
Inspired by the delicacy and fresh colours of a Japanese garden and blossoming trees, the Garden of Light range ($50 – $102) is all about giving your complexion a rosy glow. When creating the designs for this range, Peter Philips, Creative and Image Director for Dior Makeup, took inspiration from Gingko leaves, a symbol of radiance and longevity in Japan. Imprinted on the iridescent powder Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blushing Light ($84), this pink Gingko leaf enhances the complexion with intense freshness.