There is great news in permanent beauty from a gorgeous spring makeup collection from Chanelle.
Meet Everist, a local haircare line of eco-friendly in-shower pastes
Clean, waterless and zero-waste. These are the three big terms that push Toronto-based founders Jayme Jenkins and Jessica Stevenson to pull themselves out of Big Beauty (both: Giorgio Aramani, Revlon and Stencil in YSL) and disrupt the industry with their new brand Hail to Everiste is a line consisting of patent-pending shampoo and conditioner paste that became officially available for pre-order earlier this week. “One of the things we saw from within is consumer demand for cleaner alternatives and more sustainable options from these big brands. We both tried to impress from the inside, but we found it super difficult just to keep the direction moving. “We decided that if we want to see something in life, we have to do it ourselves.” For the couple, the biggest area in need of an environmentally friendly overhaul was in haircare, where the founders found that most traditional shampoo and conditioner formulas are packaged in single-use plastic and filled with more than 70 percent water (Which can easily breed) destroying bacteria and active ingredients as well as many synthetic preservatives).
To help resolve these issues, Jenkins and Stevenson landed on their waterless in-shower pastes, which are free of parabens, sulfates, silicones, dyes and synthetic fragrances and are instead filled with natural ingredients, such as Gentle A blend of more than five essential oils with coconut derived cleansing agent, moisturizing vegetable glycerin and scalp benefits. For innovative packaging, each travel-friendly 100 mL aluminum tube is the equivalent product of a standard 300 mL bottle and is easily recyclable curb-side. Jenkins explains that the brand also has a unique recycling program for its plastic caps: “Our products come with a small cotton bag, where you can store all your caps.” “Once it fills up, you simply go to our website, enter your address and we send you a return shipping label to send them back at any cost.”
Okoko Cosmetics opens its first retail concept in Vancouver
Known for its high-performance and clean skincare, black-owned Canadian indie brand Okoko Cosmetics opened the doors to its first-ever retail shop on 6 January. Located inside its manufacturing facility in the center of Vancouver’s trendy Gastown neighborhood, the new storefront, called L’Atelier Okoko, carries all the luxury Okoko cosmetics along with a selection of other products from other green brands, including other toxic nails is. Polished, organic supplements and teas. The flagship store also provides personal and holistic consulting to Okoko’s team of beauty formulators.
Chanel drops its Spring 2021 makeup collection, Les Flares de Chanel
You can always count on Chanel for an eye-catching makeup launch. For its latest spring color assortment, which was officially launched on January 4, the French luxury house drew inspiration from a clutch of flowers (think: camellias, peonies, anthuriums, pensis among many others), a nine -To dream of a piece collection that included warm hues, like coral orange, bronze, copper and brilliant pinks and reds. As a makeup item, you’ll find a shimmer, flower-embossed blush palette ($ 90); A terracotta-brown mascara ($ 43), two high-gloss lip lacquers ($ 48 each), two velvet lipsticks ($ 48 each), and three signature Le Vernis nail polish colors ($ 35 each).
Ole Henriksen has a new facial scrub
When it comes to the go-to products needed to create and maintain a glowing complexion, a facial exfoliator should be high on your list. Not only serves to help remove dead skin cells to make room for new, more radiant people, but also helps rejuvenate the skin to help other skincare products penetrate more deeply Does – and works better as a result. Created with AHAs, plus sugar exfoliants and lemon peel extracts, this new physico-chemical hybrid by Ole Henriksen, Lemonade Smoothing Scrub ($ 42), is suitably re-textured and polished for all skin types Is suitable for polishing. The formula also contains basil chamomile extract which works to calm and soothe in tandem.
Clean Beauty Brand Ilia Beauty Launches Winter-Worth Lip Treatment
A heavy-duty lip hydrator should keep itself away, with only plumes continuing outside the temperature. As its name suggests, Ilya Beauty’s new lip wrap hydrating mask ($ 34) is good in texture and for good skin. It deeply moisturizes the lips with Salicornia herbacea extract and hyaluronic acid, as well as papaya enzymes that work to gently clear the path of penetration of the darker material to any dead skin.