Here’s the long and the short of the beauty industry for this week
Armani Eau de Nuit
With Eau de Nuit, the latest Giorgio Armani fragrance for men, the burst of freshness and luminosity of Eau pour Homme blends with the rich, enveloping sensuality of spices, citrus fruits, cedar wood and irises.
Eau de Nuit opens a new era in the history of Armani perfumes: a complementary contrast of light and dark, dedicated to those men who seek elegance by day and by night. Available at all Giorgio Armani Fragrance counters, Eau de Nuit retails at $139 for 100ml.
The M.A.C False Lashes Waterproof mascara provides volume, curl, length, definition, a velvety finish and a deep black colour for intense peepers. It is also waterproof and its innovative double lush brush delivers twice the level of pigment from root to tip, instantly glamorising and transforming your look. It retailsfor $34.
Paper masks provide a quick pick-me-up before bed. Try these new stem-cell masks from Watsons. Watsons has incorporated a Synergy technology combining plant stem cells and pure vitamins into their latest facial mask range to moisturise and nourish your skin.
The five different types of masks in this range include Quince Stem Cell & Vitamin C, Althaea Rosea Stem Cell & Vitamin H, Camellia Stem Cell & Vitamin F, Peach Stem Cell & Vitamin A and lastly, Rice Stem Cell & Vitamin B3.
These value-for-money facial masks help restore the youthful look and vitality to aging skin while keeping skin hydrated and refreshed. It retails at $17.90 for a box of five.
Estee Lauder launched the Nutritious Collection in 2007 and it has been given an upgrade with the new Pomegranate Nectar Infusion to revitalise tired skin for a healthy radiant glow. The collection detoxifies toxins from the skin, neutralises free radicals and infuses skin with hydration to replenish vital moisture.
It retails from $40 to $100.