Each month brings a host of new beauty products on counters, from fragrance to face masks and everything in between. Here, we’ve uncovered five of our latest favourites—just click through and add to cart.
Schwarzkopf Professional Bonacure BC Hyaluronic Moisture Kick
News flash: your hair deserves just as much TLC as your skin. Thankfully, Schwarzkopf Professional has just released a range of targeted hair products enriched with the kind of active ingredients you're used to finding in skincare. We love the new Hyaluronic Moisture Kick collection, which provides an instant hydration hit and boosts hair’s shine, strength and elasticity. Available at selected hair salons and professional hair care retailers.
Nars Coucher De Soleil Cheek Palette, $71; at mecca.com.au.
If you love Nars Bronzing Powder in Laguna, and don’t go a day without sweeping the brand’s Blush in Orgasm across your cheeks, then this highlighting palette will your new best friend. The soft powder texture can be used wet or dry, and dials up the luminosity like never before. The palette is almost too pretty to touch—almost.
Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Eau De Parfum Intense, $174/50ml; at davidjones.com.au.
It has been 17 years since the Coco Mademoiselle fragrance launched, and this month, a newer, deeper variation has launched. Just like the name suggests, it’s more intense in composition than the original, and we love the creamy notes of vanilla and tonka bean paired with heady amber.
Fresh Brown Sugar Body Polish, $56; at sephora.com.au.
Fresh is finally available in Australia, which means it’s time to stock up on the brand’s cult Brown Sugar Body Polish. Not only do the brown sugar crystals gently slough away dead skin cells, precious oils work to keep your moisturized—perfect as we head into the cooler months.
DryBar Mai Tai Spritzer Sea Salt Spray, $34; at sephora.com.au
It’s the season for new beauty brands to launch in Australia—DryBar has landed at Sephora, bringing with it our new go-to sea salt spray. Designed to suit all hair types, it turns to natural sea salts to boost volume and creates the perfect beach waves without the crunchy finish.
Elizabeth Arden Superstart Probiotic Boost Skin Renewal Biocellulose Mask ($85 for a pack of 4); at myer.com.au
Probiotics aren’t just great for your gut—they work a treat on your skin, too, speeding up the cell renewal process for a brighter, healthier complexion. These sheet masks are also rich in hyaluronic acid—it holds 1,000 times its weight in water—leaving your skin feeling hydrated and soft.