Aptly named as Lolli’Glow, the fun collection features its Lip Maximiser ($48) and reinvented iteration of its Lip Glow (known as Lip Glow To The Max, $48) in three new pink and coral shades. Its Rouge Dior ($50), too, gets an update with two distinct shades in one lippie in four new pop colours. Eyeshadow palettes ($104 each) come with unexpected yet pretty hues like pistachio green and canary yellow with matching eyeliners in three colours ($50 each). What else it comes with: a bubble gum pink blusher ($75), two highlighters ($84 each) and four nail polishes ($40 each) in the same bright and bold colours.
Dior Rosy Glow, $75
Rouge Dior Double Rouge Lolli’ Glow, $50
#2: Chanel Vision D’Asie: L’Art Du Detail (Les 9 Ombres Edition N2 in Quaintessence, $139)
The French beauty brand keeps its new Vision D’Asie: L’Art Du Detail collection elegant and sophisticated with grown-up hues like scarlet reds and golds. It comprises the Rouge Allure Liquid Powder ($50 each) in a deep burgundy and bright orange shade; its Rouge Allure Velvet ($50 each) in three nude and pink hues; an eyeshadow palette, Les 9 Ombres Edition N2 in Quaintessence ($139) that comes with shimmer and matte shades; two of its Baume Essentiels (read: stick highlighters, $69 each); as well as a cream eyeshadow ($53) in a universal dark brown colour and two nail polishes ($40 each).
A fresh and feminine approach to party girl makeup is what Beauty director Tom Pecheux’s vision was for YSL Beaute’s Spring collection. The eyeshadow palette ($112) comes with six electrifying shades ranging from pastel neons to frosted pinks and lavenders while its Rouge Volupte Shine now features two other rose colours. What else is included: a pearlescent pink blusher ($99); two eyeliners ($45 each); two new girly shades for its Volupte Liquid Colour Balm ($52 each); and three fun nail polish colours ($40 each).