Photography courtesy of Lancôme
Plus, Tatcha just dropped its first-ever body care line.
By Natasha Boateng, Sarah Mariotti
Date September 10, 2022
Lancôme dropped a new longwear foundation
Photography courtesy of Lancôme
When you’re selecting a go-to foundation for everyday use, there’s one characteristic that should be non-negotiable: long-lasting. Because what’s the point of gushing over a makeup base that’s only going to fade, cake or crease by midday? Infused with hydrating hyaluronic acid and skin-smoothing mandelic acid, Lancôme’s new 30-shade Teint Idole Ultra Wear Care & Glow Foundation is a dependable radiance-boosting option that promises all-day medium coverage that won’t settle into pores or fine lines.
Tatcha has officially stepped into body care
Photography courtesy of Tatcha
In Japan, going for a meditative stroll in the woods is known as shinrin-yoku (which translates to “forest bathing”) and has been enthusiastically popularized since the 1980s. According to studies, immersing ourselves in nature is excellent for boosting ailing mental health and our immune systems. The eco-therapy practice has not been lost on Japanese-inspired skincare brand Tatcha, which has set out to harness the power of forest bathing with its latest skincare line, Hinoki. Featuring an aroma of cedar and cypress essential oils, the collection consists of a gentle exfoliating body wash, a milky body lotion and a fast-absorbing body oil, all of which will leave you feeling calm and relaxed, with supremely moisturized skin.
Fenty Beauty by Rihanna is coming to RuPaul’s Secret Celebrity Drag Race
Fenty Beauty’s high-performance formulas are hitting the big stage. Announced as the official beauty sponsor of the new season of RuPaul’s Secret Celebrity Drag Race, which is already in full swing and features actors Jenna Ushkowitz and Loretta Devine, the set of the show will be fully stocked with the best of the brand. Picture rows on rows (and the full ranges) of Pro Filt’r Soft Matte Longwear Foundation, Gloss Bomb and Stunna Lip Paint Longwear Fluid Lip Colour to name a few. As mother Rih likes to say: “Makeup is there for you to have fun with. It should never feel like pressure. It should never feel like a uniform. Feel free to take chances, and take risks, and dare to do something new or different.”
IDC is upping their product offering with two new Boost serums
Photography courtesy of IDC
Thanks to two new products, IDC Dermo is going to be keeping your skin radiant even as the summer sun fades away. Starting with the Boost Vitamin C Pro serum, its high-quality formula of Niacinamide (Vitamin B3), hyaluronic acid, Vitamin E and of course the miracle molecule, Vitamin C, targets anti-aging concerns while brightening and evening out the skin tone. For those looking to tackle fine lines and signs of aging, the brand’s latest Boost Retinol serum will play the part. With a cocktail of 0.3 per cent pure retinol, bukachiol, biopeptides and shea butter, your skin will appear firmer and smoother and pores will be nearly invisible.
The latest salon-level treatment comes from SkinCeuticals
SkinCeuticals can make 30mL go a long way. All the proof is in the new Phyto A+ Brightening Treatment, which rolls out in clinics this week. The oil-free gel moisturizer soothes dry skin while helping to correct out-of-balance elements: picture clarity, radiance and an improved texture. For all online shoppers, stay tuned as it will become available for purchase on skinceuticals.ca in October.