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3 Autumn/Winter Miracle Buys

3 Autumn/Winter Miracle Buys

From autumnal smokey eyes, to winter proof radiant skin. These 3 Autumn/Winter miracle buys will certainly put you bang on trend.

1. Liz Earle Clease and Polish

The multi award-winning Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser from botanical British beauty brand Liz Earle, is a daily-dirt remover that’s worthy of its laurels. It’s a cream-like formula that’s massaged onto dry skin then ‘polished’ off using the muslin cloths provided. The cloths gently wipe away grime and the fabric helps to exfoliate dead skin cells. It’s like a face wash, cleanser and exfoliator all in one, making it a perfect product for those who like to keep their beauty regime to a fuss free minimum. For winter the brand is releasing a Sweet Orange & Mint Cleanse and Polish special edition, which leaves the skin with a hint of perfume.

Cleanse and Polish

2. Nails Inc Gel Effect Polishes

No time for an appointment at the nail salon? Then Nails Inc Gel Effect Polishes can offer you it in a bottle. I love a nail polish that gives a vibrant, plump and shiny finish, and this range really does the trick. Formulated with plasticiser technology, the highly-pigmented polish goes on smoothly and there is no need to wait around to apply a second coat. In keeping with AW14 trend for nude nails, I love their Mayfair Lane colour.

Nails Inc Gel Effect Polish

3. Eye Quartet Mineral Palette in Forest from Clarins

Dark flora and fauna is an AW14 trend that’s not just confined to clothing. Shimmering greens and earthy browns comprise this season’s smoky eye look. The shadow can also be applied with a damp brush for extra impact.

Eye Quartet Mineral Palette in Forest

If you liked these, make sure you check out our Autumn/Winter Fashion trends.

Read more articles by Georgina Yates here

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