It’s the ultimate destination for anyone who loves beauty and this month there’s some exciting newness, some best sellers you’ll want to get your hands on and some old favourites that are, thankfully, back in stock. All hail BeautyMART…
The sheet mask
Sheet masks are having a moment – a fairly long one – but in addition to being pampering these efficient masks are also extremely functional. The Face Shop Disney Princess Collection, £7 each, adds a fairy princess element to your mask – and who doesn’t want to imagine peeling one of these off and revealing their inner princess. Choose Snow White, infused with pearl powder, for a regal glow, the hydrating Little Mermaid mask for skin worthy of Neptune, and the Sleeping Beauty mask containing madecassoside, a tropical plant, for firmer and younger-looking skin worthy of Disney princess status.
The tanning balm
James Read might be everyone’s favourite celebrity spray tanner, but he’s also the man behind some of the most innovative and new-to-market tanning formulations. His latest invention, Coconut Melting Tanning Balm, £30, contains 100% organic coconut oil as well as a gradual tanner so you can build skin quenching layers so your skin is nourished and bronzed.
When it comes to lipstick, any fanatics may already be familiar with Stiks, £15. We particularly enjoy the Deco style packaging and shape of the lipstick itself, but the formula is also all you’d ever want from a lip colour. It’s long-lasting, highly pigmented and the creamy consistency ensures your lips stay moisturised and shiny.
The dry shampoo
It’s impossible to have missed that Jen Atkin, hairstylist to the Kardashian clan and Chrissy Teigan, has launched her own range of haircare, Ouai. BeautyMart were, of course, one of the first to stock the coveted range, which includes this Dry Shampoo Foam, £24. A brand new way of tackling needs-a-wash-but-don’t-have-time hair, this foam absorbs oil, adds volume and leaves hair feeling fresh.
Makeup, in paper form
Waterless or ‘dry’ beauty is having a moment right now and Mai Couture are right on trend. Mai Couture, from £16.50, is new to BeautyMart and is a range of base powder-infused tissue papers that you sweep over skin for a natural look or on-the-go touch-up. There’s no water, no preservatives and they also contain Kaolin clay to absorb excess oil and soothe reactive skin. Anyone headed to a festival needs these in their lives….
You may already be aware from our feature on Sephora that we’re big fans of Too Cool For School. This tube of Dinoplatz Cinema City CC Cream Highlighter, £26.50, contains a lightweight cream that will not only impart a lit from within glow on your complexion, but also keep your skin moisturised. It’s the perfect base for summer.