Spring always makes everyone at Ready happy, and it is an excellent time for looking forward to the rest of the year and what it might bring. Here are the five beauty brands we think are going to achieve big things over the coming months.
With the new Dewy Stix being lauded by top Instagrammers everywhere, we knew it was going to be a good year for Ciate London, but now they are promising the world’s first liquid mirror nail polish. And lots of fans are very excited!
Their first UK store opened in London in November 2016, and Jurlique started 2017 with a big spring event and a new edition of their Rosewater Balancing Mist.
The Australian beauty brand sells products in more than 19 countries worldwide and they collaborated with Australian artist Belynda Henry on the design of the packaging for the Rosewater Balancing Mist Intense Deluxe Edition.
2017 seems to be the year of masking and Charlotte Tilbury is taking the lead with their affordable dry mask. Each one can be used up to three times and are handily stored away in a pouch between uses.
Dry sheet masks are concentrated skincare ingredients which are then printed onto a fabric mask which can then be activated by pressing them onto your skin. And until now, the patent owning company was only selling them at Selfridges from £60 each.
But the new Charlotte Tilbury Mask has all of the same benefits and design but is a much more affordable £16.
The leading false eyelashes expert Eylure recently teamed up with beauty vlogger Fleur De Force to create a new range of eyebrow products and lashes. This is just the latest collaboration in a series including Rosie Bea and Cheryl Cole
EX1 cosmetics was founded by Farah Naz for people with yellow skin undertones who struggled to find makeup that suits them.
Farah Naz, a former biochemist who is based in London, developed EX1 makeup in Milan together with a team of leading scientists from across Europe after struggling to find a foundation that suited her skin tone.
It is now worn by supermodels and celebrities, including Britney Spears, whose make-up artist’s revelation that her onstage foundation cost only £12.50 caused ripples across the beauty industry.