New textures always get clients excited anc Exuviance’s Bionic Oxyger Facial mask had them literally bubbling over when it was previewed at the end of the year, with its fizzy formula that effervesces on the face to oxygenate the skin. This is combined with the brand’s signature bionic complex of polyhydroxy and lactobionic acids to detox and energise dull skin. The product hits shelves in January 2016.
Lash and brow tints that require no patch test have been music to the ears of many salon owners and two major new systems launched this year. London Lash & Brow comes from skincare company Heaven and uses plant-based formulas. Meanwhile Lash Perfect’s Lola Brows (pictured) uses a 3D paint that lasts forthree weeks, using pure mineral pigments to colour both the skin and hair.
When Decleor launched its Aurabsolu range in September, its accounts were excited by active ingredient jasmine grandiflorum absolute – included in Decleor products for the first time. The powerful antioxidant comes from jasmine harvested in the first morning light by hand and works with other actives to target the growing problem of tired, stressed skin.
Knife The latest stop on the quest for perfect brows, microblading (PfllfflP is not as scary as it sounds. Essentially a revival of an age-old ® treatment, updated via new techniques, microblading gives clients semi-permanent make-up using a fine-bladed hand tool to implant pigment with precise strokes. Brands including Sleek Brows and LCN have recently developed courses and Nouveau Beauty Group is working on a programme to launch next year.
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