We've tested all the new launches to bring you the best of the best (yaaaass)
The life of a beauty addict is never dull thanks to dozens of brand new make-up, skin and hair products launching every single week.
New launches always bring with them a lot of hype, and so it can be hard to tell whether that hype is actually warranted – because nobody wants to splash their hard earned cash on something they’ll eventually regret buying.
We’ll be bringing you a break down of the best new releases you should be fighting to get your hands on before they sell out (which trust us, they will do).
So, what’s good this month?
Jo Malone London has added to its Cologne Intense round-up with a fragrance that celebrates two of Madagascar’s hero ingredients, vetiver and golden vanilla. It’s earthy and warming, making it the perfect fragrance for day and night-time.
Meanwhile Kérastase has the answer to all your hair falling woes with a seven-product line that’s a two pronged attack – it treats the scalp as well as hair fibre breakage in the midlengths. It’ll help your hair in its journey to becoming stronger and healthier.
And Charlotte Tilbury has the ultimate news for fans of the iconic Pillow Talk shade, launching a whole collection that celebrates the brand’s best-seller. There’s eyeshadow palettes, blusher, eyeliner and two new lipsticks to get stuck in to. Thanks, Charlotte!
Keep scrolling for our curated edit of the best new make-up launches and skincare drops, waving goodbye to your healthy bank balance in the process. Make sure you check back here for all the latest new beauty products 2020 brings in, as and when they’re announced.
It’s high time you treated yourself to a big beauty haul, we say.
If you've been too scared to try anti-ageing hero ingredient retinol in the past, especially if you have sensitive skin, this is a great place to start. La Roche-Posay has formulated a gradual release retinol combined with soothing vitamin B3 to help keep your skin smooth and hydrated. 88% of people said their skin felt firmer after using – so what are you waiting for? Give it a whirl.
Fans of the most popular Charlotte Tilbury shade, rejoice – the lady has just launched a whole collection dedicated to the iconic Pillow Talk shade. We're talking eyeshadow palettes, eyeliner, blush and a Medium and Intense version of the lipstick shade. Just dreamy.
Feel like your hair is falling out more than usual? The clever little beans at Kérastase have formulated a line of products to tackle that. What's clever about Genesis is that it targets two different types of hair fall – both from the root and breakage in the lengths. Thanks to a fortifing complex of Aminexil, edelweiss and ginger root, hair is helped on its journey to becoming healthier and stronger.
A gel-balm cleanser that leaves your skin feeling silky smooth, this sulpahte-free universal cleanser is loaded with skin-loving ingredients. L-ascorbic acid (vitamin C) brightens and silk amino acids nourish and moisturise the skin – all for a smoother and brighter overall complexion.
Inspired by the city they call home, Diptyque's new chypre fragrance is a celebration of Paris. Think elegant and romantic, blending patchouli, rose, pink pepper and bergamot. We reckon you'll love it.
A new make-up brand that focuses on men's skin concerns, Shakeup is all about high performing products with the benefits of skincare. Choose from three products: Under Eye Concealer & Moisturiser, BB Tinted Moisturiser and Volumising & Moisturising Lip Gel – or bag all three for £50.
One bottle of this cult serum sells every minute in the US, so we're very glad it's made its way on to UK shores. Hero hydrating ingredient hyaluronic acid at 1.5% concentration plumps and smooths skin for a more radiant complexion overall. Lovely stuff.
First things first, this moisturiser ticks a lot of boxes: Cruelty free, paraben free and vegan. But the fig, oat and argan-milk formula itself something to shout about, too. It sinks in nicely, is non-greasy, and leaves your skin noticeably softer to the touch. Nice one.
Urban Decay has rolled out three new Stay Naked trios of blush, highlighter and bronzer. Choose Rise for warm and summery shades, Naked for a natural glow and Fly for going out-out.
Dark circles your biggest skincare bug bear? Liz Earle's lightweight, brightening eye cream is here to save the day with its new, light-reflecting eye cream. After using, 80% of women noticed a visible improvement in their under-eye instantly, which is nothing to sneer at.
There are two different types of shampoo and conditioner – Light and Deep Moisture – to suit different hair types and textures. If it's shiny hair you're after, this is a great place to start.
The Alpha Beta line has achieved something of a cult status over time in the skincare world (those peel pads!). We're thanking our lucky stars that Dr Dennis Gross has chosen to expand it even further. The blend of potent acids enables to you reap the individual benefits of several different exfoliants. If you struggle with large pores that are easily clogged, think of this as your holy grail. It's spenny, but a little goes a long way, so it'll last you.
Centring around two of Madagascar's most precious ingredients, sweet golden vanilla is blended with earthy vetiver for a warming fragrance you'll want to spritz absolutely everywhere.