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Glamity Jane

Fall in love with these great fall looks

Wednesday, 30th September, 2020 2:21pm

The iconic smoky eye is a look that every serious beauty junkie has mastered, and while it is a tricky art to perfect, Huda makes it super easy this season with its newest limited-edition trio of eyeshadow palettes. Haze Obsessions is an edit of three palettes – Khaki, Purple and Sand – each consisting of nine soft, glamorous shades, textures, and finishes offering endless options for customisable smoky eyes, whatever look you are going for.

Giving you an easy way to achieve both bold, runway-inspired looks and subtle, ethereal eyes, each palette is packed with beautifully buttery mattes, light-filled metallics, and shimmery eyeshadow toppers in complementary shades. They’re designed to be worn individually or layered on top of one another. As always, the impact and quality of the shadows is high with each appealing for different reasons. Huda is my go-to brand for luxe eye shadow because the texture is unbeatable. New from budget brand Note are the following:

Note Volume One Touch Mascara (€11.95) is designed to envelope the lashes with extra volume and length. With just one coat this creamy and extremely easy to apply formula coats lashes generously, giving thickness and length even to the thinnest lashes. One thing that struck me about this is the nourishing non-smudge finish.

Note Brow Addict (€10.95) is a two-in one tınt and shaping gel for perfect longwearing brows in just two steps. It has an innovative applicator, the tint adds colour, fills gaps, and helps perfect the brows’ shape.

The shaping gel is quick drying and contains jellifying polymer and a film-former to ensure brows stay in place all day. It’s available in four shades.

Note Love At First Sight Eyeshadow Palette (€18.95) is the best mix of pearly, matte, and metallic eyeshadow textures to suit your mood. Zoom calls, brunch with the gals or a hot dinner date are all possible with this as contains three different finishes: four matte, four satin and four metallic.

An explosion of colour that is super long lasting thanks to the strong adherence of the pigments and pearls, it can be used wet for an ultra-dramatic look. Art Deco has launched the Golden Twenties collection. The Perfect Colour Lipstick (€16), in a limited-edition, golden Art Deco design, impresses with its rich colour, optimal opacity and plumping effect, combining the latest technology with effective care. Confetti Shower and Gorgeous Girl are classic shades of red. For an elegant nude tone, try Caramel Cream.

The Full Waves Curling Mascara (€21) gives lashes an irresistible curl thanks to its wave-shaped brush. Even the shortest lashes can be perfectly coated with this narrow brush. Do not be afraid to apply multiple coats to intensify the look.

Top Irish beauty influencer and makeup artist Keilidh Cashell has launched the Secret Treasure Collection. The newly released collection features three pairs of faux mink lashes, a nine pan eyeshadow palette and three nude lip kits.

The standout product for me are the lashes. These soft, deliciously full, faux-mink lashes are perfect to bring you from day to night. Go from soft to full glam in an instant thanks to the versatile set of three pairs.

And finally, a little piece of innovation. Vicky Rundle is a trained MUA and serial entrepreneur. She now lives in Australia and has just launched Sheiba Beauty Wands (€13.95).

Basically, it is a genius silicone wand that helps you get the last from your makeup bottles, saving you tonnes of money over the year.

It is suitable for use with skincare and is great for placing glitter too because the tip is so fine.

I love it!

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