Thursday, 21 January 2016

Thursday Tittle-Tattle #28

'Thursday Tittle Tattle', is a Hope, Freedom, Love blog series which has quickly become home to some of my popular posts. The series is dedicated to breaking news of the beauty world. From time-to-time, Thursday’s blog post will be dedicated to news featuring; beauty and lifestyle news, events, discounts, and even a bit of fashion news thrown in too! With Christmas officially done and dusted, the focus in the beauty world has moved to Valentines Day, Spring and even Mothers Day?! Keep reading for the latest beauty news that has caught my eye this week.

Real Techniques make brush cleaning simple

Real Techniques have recently announced the launch of the 'Brush Cleansing Palette'. The Brush Cleansing Palette helps to clean brushes "55% more and improves make-up brush performance while increasing brush lifespan". The product is incredibly lightweight and it's made from silicone, which ergonomically fits in your hand. The Real Techniques Brush Cleansing Palette will be available in February at Boots and, priced at £12.99, which I think is pretty reasonable. 

Revlon announces mascara lineup
Revlon recently discontinued their mascara lineup and launched their brand new "Mascara Collection". It's available now (from Boots, Superdrug, Tesco and Amazon) and features five new mascaras. The range has a variety of formulas of brushes, which aim to deliver exactly what it says on the tube. There's a mascara for; Volume + Length, Ultra Volume, Dramatic Definition,  Super Length and the Ultimate All-In-One Mascara. They are priced at £9.99 each. 

Charlotte Tilbury launches lipsticks named by YOU
I love that Charlotte Tilbury has let her fans name two of her new lipsticks. She's well known for her interesting (and naughty) naming techniques, but these latests names have come straight from social media. The new lipsticks join the K.I.S.S.I.N.G range and include Kiss Chase, a berry hue in the original formula and a Matte Revolution lipstick in the shade Between the Sheets. 

Save 30% at Nip + Fab
Nip + Fab are offering a fabulous 30% off their bestselling Glycolic range! All you have to do is enter GLY30 at the checkout before the 31st January. The code will give you 30% off valid on any full price glycolic product. Shop the range here

A new range for curly hair
As a curly hair girl, I'm excited to see that haircare brand OGX has announced a brand new range made for curly hair. It's called the 'Quenching Coconut Curls' range and it includes a Shampoo, Conditioner and Root Boost Spray. It's made from coconut, sweet honey and citrus oil to help de-frizz, hydrate and define seriously curly hair. All products are priced at £6.99 and will be launching into Boots and Superdrug stores nationwide from February. 

There's a new highlighter on the block from Too Faced Cosmetics
The Candlelight Glow Highlighting Powder Duo from Too Faced, will be available from Debenhams from February priced at £35. The product includes special technology, which aims to diffuse and refract light to give you that "lit-from-within" finish. There are too sheer powders in the compact, which can be used together or separately to create the perfect shade. 

Bobbi Brown launch Red & Pink Collection
The Red & Pink Collection from Bobbi Brown Cosmetics is available today! It includes a selection of limited edition lip and nail shades. There's the Rich Lip Color (a lightweight. full-coverage lipstick), the Lip Gloss (which includes avocado and jojoba extracts) and of course the Nail Polish (in Pink Peony and Cherry Tomato). 

Get ready for Spring with Stila
The Spring collection from Stila has been announced and it's been inspired by the Impressionism art movement. The collection uses light and vivid colour and includes quite a few different products. There's the Aqua Glow Serum Foundation, Aqua Glow Serum Concealer, some new Convertible Colour Dual Lip & Cheek Palettes and new shades of the Stay All Day Liquid Lipstick. It launches on January 25th. 
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