November 30th 2018
Looking back on what you clicked 'Buy' on most this year brings up some great memories. You had great taste. From skin to hair care, lash extension-friendly eyeliners to a suits-all Charlotte Tilbury lipstick, your virtual baskets were filled with some of 2018's most impressive launches.
Which products proved particularly popular? Here's your year-end countdown.
When it comes to sexy modern texture, Sam's McKnight's hair range provides all the products you need to perfect the look. And it seems that you agree - you loved this styling spritz which is especially great if you have long hair but are short on time. All you need to do is spray it onto mid-lengths and ends or, throw your head upside down and spray it through roots, no need to brush it through. Result.
A full-size Le Labo EDP typically retails at about £125, but thanks to this fragrance discovery set, you can get your hands on one for a fraction of the price. Containing 1.5ml bottles of some of the brand's signature scents - Bergamote 22, Rose 31, Santal 33, Thé Noir 29 and Neroli 36 - each provides a portable spritz of luxury when you're on the go.
Effective against blemishes and the signs of ageing, this evening moisturiser's a great all-rounder. With both anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties due to its blend of exfoliating enzymes and retinaldehyde (a vitamin A derivative), it's a skincare swap worth making if you're prone to breakouts and spots.
Dubbed 'the pink that suits everyone' by our Editorial Director Victoria Woodhall in February, it's no surprise that this bullet proved so popular. With a hydrating formula that feels great on lips and a multi-dimensional finish, it gives winter weary pouts a healthy veil of colour. It's the perfect complementary pop to another GTG Charlotte Tilbury bestseller - the Colour Chameleon Eyeshadow Stick, a team favourite that we love for its super creamy texture.
'Clean beauty' was one of the most buzzed-about terms in 2019 and this new Aussie brand's interpretation of it impressed us. Just like the rest of the products in the range, this serum is all about 'minimal ingredients, maximum results,' boosting not just smoothness, but also suppleness thanks to hyaluronic acid, aloe vera and coenzyme Q10.
The base version of the range's hugely popular concealer, Revolution's Conceal & Define Foundation delivers in terms of shade range (24) and price point (£9). Giving a demi-matte, full coverage finish, it's particularly great if you're in for a long night and its doe-foot applicator offers up great control too.
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