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newproducts In the nude


YoungbloodMineral Cosmetics have introduced a collection of amped up nude shades aptly called In the Mood for Nude.


The new collection consists of a PressedMineral Eyeshadow Quad inMoulin Rouge, which goes beyond boring beige with touches of Parisian flair; Can-Can, a shimmery caramel-peach to add warmth; Revue, a brightening pearlised vanilla; Cabarets, an alluring dark chocolate shade with the slightest trace of red shimmer, and Red Light, a show-stopping matte orange-red.


Also in the collection, IncredibleWear Gel Liner in Sienna is a metallic bronze water-resistant formula. To create the perfect line, use Fine Liner Brush.


To complete the look, Lip Liner Pencil inAu Naturel shapes and defines, while Lipstick in Blushing Nude fills lips with creamy, conditioning colour.


•Youngblood: 0845 246 4666 • Circle number: 146


In an instant


LDN:Skins have launched their first Instant Tan which washes off. The tan is effortless to apply, making it easier to achieve flawless natural results.


Wrap at home


The new Self Slim Kit from Universal ContourWrap® Classic offers a quick and easy-to-use homecare version of the popular salon body wrap and inch- loss treatment.


The target area is covered with a mineral-rich creamy clay and then wrapped with bandages that have been soaked in hot water. The treatment is left for an hour and then the bandages are removed. It can treat the stomach, thighs, buttocks or upper arms to deliver immediate results.


The kit contains a tub of Slim Clay, six high quality elasticated bandages, a scrunchie and a Universal ContourWrap tape measure. The clay provides approximately three treatments, depending on the size of the area to be treated.


• Totally UK: 01784 259 998 A cool treatment


Environ have introduced a new approach to professional and home peeling with their new Cool Peel, which rejuvenates skin while caring for the epidermis.


Unlike some traditional peels which destroy important skin cells, the new protocol addresses lines, photo-damage and problem skin with light, repetitive treatments, achieving visibly smoother skin with minimal redness and no recovery time.


The one-hour treatment is recommended as a course of six salon treatments, carried out at weekly intervals and involves applying one or more layers of lactic acid cream masque (LACM2), which is left on the skin for 10 to 20 minutes. Clients can also purchase the LACMHome Peel Kit, allowing them to continue to achieve results gradually at home.


• Environ: 020 8450 2020 • Circle number: 205


The Tone 3 rating guarantees a golden tan and the non-tacky formula dries in minutes to reveal an instant golden tan. The rain resistant formula also gives your customers the confidence to head out without a care. To remove it is simply washed off with soap and water. The tan is lightly fragranced with lavender and contains no DHA.


• LenaWhite Ltd: 01923 760 110 • Circle number: 145


Skin expert launches Spa equipment


International skin care expert Lydia Safarti has created two pieces of Spa equipment: the EuraFaceAction and the EuraFaceVapo Purifying Steamer / FacialVaporizer.


The EuraFaceAction (pictured) by Lydia Safarti features an elegant yet sturdy design, and provides a fine spray of steam combined with the option to add ozone, aromatic herbs and essential oils.


• Repêchage: 0800 731 7546


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