Our favourites in April
Beauty & Grooming
Five hot topics that should be on your radar right now
Lavender was the pastel shade making a statement on all the spring/summer 2018 runways. This romantic hue is flattering on all skin types. Pair it with neutrals for a sophisticated look or with brighter colours for vibrant contrast. It is also a great match with denim if you prefer to keep things casual. Work it into your wardrobe with a floaty blouse, summer dress or light jacket for a delicate look this season.
Strip back and embrace your natural beauty with the bare-faced, no-makeup look everyone is talking about right now. ARTISTRY IDEAL RADIANCE™ Illuminating CC Cream provides lightweight coverage, boosts skin’s natural radiance and diminishes imperfections. The SPF 50 helps shield against damaging UV rays. Wear it alone or under foundation for naturally flawless-looking skin that lasts all day.
Allergy season is upon us. But rather than reaching for over-the-counter medication, try natural supplements to help reduce suffering. NUTRILITE™ Vitamin C Plus provides a steady release of vitamin C throughout the day. This helps lower the production of histamine that causes symptoms such as watering eyes and a runny nose. AMWAY™ Mineral Sticks Zinc can help tank up your immune system to fight allergies. They dissolve in the mouth so can be taken on the go without water.
It’s not just the fashion industry embracing shades of purple – the beauty world is too. Apply this striking colour to lips, nails or eyes to create a standout look. How about a softer take on the classic smoky eye? Using ARTISTRY SIGNATURE COLOR™ Eye Shadow - Plumberry, apply the lighter shade of lilac to your eyelid and then layer darker shades towards the outer corner of the eye, blending with a brush for a seamless effect.
Pretty pink and mauve rhubarb is in season and brings with it a whole host of nutrients. This vegetable, often mistaken for a fruit, is packed full of calcium, antioxidants and vitamin K to support your bones and defend against free radicals. Rhubarb is often used in desserts but its tart flavour means it’s usually cooked with a big dose of sugar. Try cooking it in fruit juice or with strawberries as an alternative to get the most from this nutrient powerhouse.
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