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Guerlain Announces Its New Director of Makeup Creation + More Beauty News

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Including a beloved skincare brand’s first-ever retinol product.

JB Skin Sävvi introduces the Harmoni range

Montreal-based skincare brand JB Skin Sävvi (formerly JB Skin Guru), led by Canadian facialist Jennifer Brodeur (who works with the likes of Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey), has just launched its newest range of products since relaunching earlier this year. The Harmoni collection features two products, La Crème Harmoni and Le Sérum Harmoni, designed to restore and balance sensitive and blemish-prone skin, making the products perfect for peak summer humidity.

Kiehl’s launches its first retinol product

Curious about retinol, the holy grail skincare ingredient that’s been proven to target everything from wrinkles to acne to discolouration, but feel intimidated by the often-potent and irritating vitamin A derivative? Kiehl’s has come to your rescue. The brand’s first-ever retinol product, Retinol Skin-Renewing Daily Micro-Dose Serum, is here and promises to be a breakthrough in the way the ingredient is delivered. Formulated in a precise daily dosage that delivers benefits while minimizing the uncomfortable side effects associated with traditional retinol formulas, this micro-dosing delivery system ensures you don’t overdo it and instead works to steadily promote cell turnover. In other words, it’s essentially foolproof.

It Cosmetics Bye Bye Concentrated Derma Serums are here

Earlier this week, It Cosmetics launched not one, not two, but four new serums to its skincare range. The brand’s new Bye Bye serums, which retail for $35, each target one of four common skin concerns: fine lines, dullness, pores and dark spots, thanks to hero ingredients like vitamin C, niacinamide, hyaluronic acid and more.

Guerlain announces Violette as its new director of makeup creation

Guerlain Violette
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Yesterday, Guerlain announced its new director of makeup creation, the talented and beloved makeup artist Violette. She’s worked with brands like Estée Lauder and Dior, and says of her new partnership in a statement: “I’m so happy to be joining an iconic House with such a rich heritage, where I can pass Guerlain’s values in makeup on to a new generation and share it with those who, no matter their gender, celebrate beauty today and will celebrate it tomorrow. Just like Guerlain, I think of art as an inexhaustible source of inspiration. I’m used to saying that art is the love of my life.” We can’t wait to see what magic Violette brings to the brand.

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