Best of New Autumn Beauty 2015
Fancy adding an Autumnal twist to your beauty routine? I've picked out five favourites from the new Autumn 2015 beauty releases, including eyes, lips, skincare and scent...
Bobbi Brown Greige Palette
A really versatile palette that's perfect for creating day to evening looks, thanks to neutral shades in a mix of matte, shimmer and sparkle finishes. I've been using this almost daily and think it's a great one everyone from beginners to pros looking for a range of bronze, brown and neutrals in one convenient (extremely glam!) palette.
Clarins Joli Rouge Lipstick
Sheer, moisturising colour that protects lips and feels light as air while adding a gorgeous slick of colour. These lipsticks have an extra nourishing new formula, gorgeous gold packaging and are available in 25 shades from nudes to brights.
Michael Kors Gold Fragrance Collection
3 new scents in typically glam Kors packaging come in White Luminous Gold, Rose Radiant Gold and 24K Brilliant Gold. The Rose Gold seems to be the most popular but my favourite is the soft and pretty yellow gold, with orange mandarin, florals and woodiness.
Pixi Beauty at M&S
One of my favourite beauty brands, Pixi Beauty, is finally available on the High St at M&S, coinciding with the launch of a huge new skincare collection. Best known for Glow Tonic, I'm also a huge fan of the Nourishing Sleeping Mask for overnight rehydration.
Topshop Smoke Sticks
Part of a new smokey eye line at Topshop that includes sparkling eye shadows and Smoke Sticks that can be used as liner or applied all over the lid for a smokey eye. The Black Gold Smoke Stick and matching Eye Shadow Mono in Pyrite are one of the most gorgeous eye combinations I've tried in a long time.
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Nic is a Belfast beauty blogger, freelance writer and mum, with a penchant for Chanel lipstick, shopping & strong coffee. As editor of Strawberry Blonde Beauty, she helps steer women through the beautysphere with reviews, tips and the lowdown on the latest releases. Nic loves exploring Belfast's thriving cultural scene and agrees with Dorothy that there's no place like home.