The Wonder Products Spotted at LFW…That You Can Shop Now!

Fashion week isn’t just a time for trend spotting…oh no, backstage, behind the scenes, amazing new beauty products are being put through their paces to see how they scale. Can they stay sweat-proof under the lights? Are they speedy enough to apply flawlessly? Will they give a high-definition finish? Well, we found out and put together out most highly rated hot-list, just for you. Meet the all-new wonder buys available to buy now…

Topshop Unique Blusher The Topshop Cheek Jelly in Musuem made models look naturally flushed at Topshop Unique

Total Blush Reboot

At Topshop Unique make-up artist Hannah Murray blended Topshop’s Brand new Cheek Jelly in Musuem, £7 over the cheeks. Her top tip for getting it streak-free was to use a primer as your base, and minimal foundation underneath.

Clinique Chubby Sticks were used backstage at Orla Kiely At Orla Kiely they used Clinique Chubby Sticks to contour and highlight

 

Easy Sculpting Sticks

Want to get skin that looks model-esque? At Orla Kiely they used a combo of Clinique’s new Chubby Sticks. The Curvy Contour, £19 (right), was used under the cheekbone, along the hair line and across the jaw to add shadow. While the Hefty Highlight, £19 (left), was used on the high points of the face to add light. They’re your answer to perfect cheekbones.

Clinique Chubby sticks will contour and highlight cheeks Clinique Chubby Contouring and Highlighting Sticks

 

Brows were bold on the catwalk Lord and Berry’s tri coloured brow pencil was used at Kristian Aadnevi

 

The Tri-Colour Brow Pencil

Lord & Berry Magic Brow Pencil, £10 is a genius tri-colour brow pencil we spotted at Kristian Aadnevi. With three shades swirled into the tip, make-up artists were able to shade the darkest colour at the head of the brow, then twist the pencil to the lightest towards the tail. It’s practically three pencils in one!

Matte skin at Julien Macdonald was used creating L'Oreal Paris new foundation Gorgeous matte skin at Julien Macdonald was created using L’Oreal Paris’ amazing new foundation

 

The Matte Perfection Foundation

At Julien Macdonald the make-up look was flawless matte skin, paired with super glossy highlights on the lips and eyes. The foundation getting models skin perfect was L’Oreal Paris Infallible Matte Foundation, £6.99. Make-up artist Val Garland swears by it!

Deborah Lippmann base coat The ultimate base coat for all polishe, Deborah Lippmann All About That Base, £18

 

Nail Foundation Base Coat

Not only does this base coat from Deborah Lippmann have the most genius name, All About That Base, £18, it’s actually pretty darn good too. It was used backstage in New York and London to create a smooth base for nails, so the polishes used over the top didn’t have bumps or ridges (even without pre-buffing).

Babyliss ItaliaBRAVA Hairdryer is super speedy The fastest way to dry hair…is with Babyliss Ferrari engine hairdryer

 

The Ferrari-Fast Hairdryer

An early call time at 7am requires a speedy hair look, so at Emilia Wickstead hairstylists put a mass order in for this new Babyliss ItaliaBRAVA Hairdryer, £100, which comes with a speedy Ferrari engine! Yes, it’s that fast.

For more amazing wonder buys spotted at LFW pick up this weeks issue of LOOK Magazine and get the launch dates in your diary pronto!

By Samantha Freedman