Topshop Beauty is back and you HAVE to see the new highlighters

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  • Don't worry your favourites are still there

    Topshop Beauty disappeared earlier this year, with no mention of when (or if) it would be back.

    We’re not sure about you, but we were heart broken. Much like their fashion, Topshop’s beauty offering was affordable brilliance. It showed that you didn’t need to break the bank for a really good make-up product.

    But yesterday, we finally got news…

    Topshop Beauty is back on 2nd November. And it’s even better that before.

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    In brand new matte, metallic chrome packaging, the range has expanded. Big time. There are 83 different lip products, SIX different eyeshadow finishes, 15 nail polishes, 10 super duper brushes and many, many options for your complexion. Not forgetting the other part of the business, the make-up collection was inspired by the fashion trend stories, like 90s grunge. Oh so Topshop!

    But we really must mention their highlighters, for they are spectacular. In every metal you could every want – Easy to spot in their gold casing, there are powder highlighters that look like gold dust, liquid metallic drops that can be added into your foundation, moisturiser or used alone, and their much-loved Glow Pots, which we’re fairly certain are actually what can be found at the end of a rainbow.

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    Are you worried about your old favourites? Don’t be. They’re no fools, they’ve kept the products that they know you loved, like their bestselling lipstick Rio Rio. The perfect red lipstick that’s part orange, part pillbox red is one of our favourites and also Alexa Chung’s incidentally.

    Even the shop floor is going to look different. Look out for the archways and neon and you’ll know you’ve found make-up mecca.

    Typically, we’d tell you to start saving money before the start of November, but with prices starting at £5 and not going over £16 you don’t really need to.

    Hooray for the return of Topshop Beauty. It’s good to see you old friend.

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