Ingrie’s Faves: Our Editor’s Picks For The Best Spring Beauty Buys
What’s new? What’s the best? Beauty editor Ingrie Williams sources the best of the best in the spring 2017 beauty launches.
Ingrie’s faves for a polished look
The beauty editor says: “Come for the genius way to repair I-thought-it-was-dry-enough nail smudges. Stay for the beautiful range of cruelty-free, gluten-free colours.”
Londontown Instant Smudge Fix, $18, and Londontown Lakur Enhanced Colour in The Full Monty and Mauve Over, $18 each, at Murale locations.
Ingrie’s fave for hydrated locks
The beauty editor says: “My curls go through a lot of leave-in conditioner! This silicone-free find softens them using extra-virgin olive oil, and the price is right for my hair!”
Garnier Whole Blends Legendary Olive Replenishing leave-in conditioner, $6 at mass retailers.
Ingrie’s fave for the perfect flush
The beauty editor says: “Say bonjour to a harmonious balance of pretty hues that will instantly add a little ooh-la-la to your cheeks.”
Chanel Coco Code Blush Harmony, $70 at Chanel beauty counters.
Ingrie’s fave for to customize your cleanser
The beauty editor says: “Exfoliating gives me life! This blend includes seven powerhouse ingredients, including green clay and brown sugar. The 100 percent natural powder blend is easily mixed with cleanser for a custom scrub.”
Yves Rocher Scrub To Mix, $18 at yvesrocher.ca.
Ingrie’s fave new blender
The beauty editor says: “From the brains behind BMW design – yes, you read that right! – this beauty of a sponge blender won’t roll away if dropped, keeps your digits clean and has a replaceable tip.”
Revlon Professional Blending Brush, $15 at drugstores.
Ingrie’s fave three-for-one lippy
The beauty editor says: “With liner, lipstick and a precision tip all in one pretty package, slapping on a bright lip has never been easier.”
Benefit They’re Real! Double the Lip in Flame Game and Fuchsia Fever, $26 eat at sephora.ca.