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Plus, Clarins and Shoppers Drug Mart’s Share the Love campaign is back and Hermès unveils a trio of new lipsticks.
Clarins and Shoppers Drug Mart’s Share the Love campaign is back
For the third consecutive year, Clarins’ Canada-wide Share the Love campaign is back at Shoppers Drug Mart. For every purchase of a Clarins Lip Comfort Oil in any shade (both in-store and online) from November 4 to December 1, $5 will be donated to the Look Good Feel Better Foundation.
The Look Good Feel Better Foundation is the one and only Canadian national charitable program that seeks to help women cope with the appearance-related side effects of cancer and cancer treatment. Since 2021, this partnership between Clarins Canada and Shoppers Drug Mart has amassed over $75,000 for Look Good Feel Better — thanks to the sales of over 15,000 Lip Comfort Oils.
To purchase your own lip oil and contribute to the cause, head to the Shoppers Drug Mart website, or your local Shoppers store.
Hermes drops a limited-edition trio of Fall 2023 lipsticks
Drawing inspiration from the colour black, Hermès unveils three limited-edition shades of Rouge Hermès Lipstick in tis newly released Fall/Winter 2023 collection. Designed to give off an air of dark sophistication, these lipsticks deposit a subtle veil of colour, with a non-sticky texture and a luminous finish.
Each shade invites wearers to explore the varied hues and tones of the mysterious shade of black, and how it can both oppose and compliment colour. “72 Rouge Bruni” is a warm-toned brick red, “84 Rouge Abysse” reads burgundy with a slight cobalt hue, and “90 Prunoir” is a plummy shade of purple.
All three shades are stored in tubes designed by Hermès Beauty objects creator Pierre Hardy, with their own individual and kaleidoscopic colour combinations stemming from the black hue at their core adorning the tube.
Violette FR’s gift sets have arrived
Violette FR is ringing in the holiday season with the arrival of not one, but three new gift sets! With items curated to complement specific cities, these sets take us all over the globe from Paris and Tokyo to Hollywood without ever needing to leave our makeup stations.
The Japanese-inspired Kiko Set taps into the confidence of a Tokyo-based muse with a Baume Shine highlighter, and a Bisou Balm and Blush of your choosing. Then, inclusive of a bottle of Boum-Boum Milk, a Yeux Paint and a Bisou Blush and Balm, The Anna Set channels the energy of a French New Wave cinema beauty icon. And lastly, The Grace Set draws inspiration from disco stars of the ’70s with Baume Shine, Yeux Paint, and a Petal Bouche lipstick.
What’s more, each set comes with a chic pouch for stashing your new goodies. All you’ll need to decide now is: What kind of mood are you in? And where do you feel like travelling through your makeup?
Wella’s 90-second hair treatment is now available in Canada
How does having healthier hair in just 90 seconds sound? New to Canada, Wella’s Ultimate Repair Miracle Hair Rescue Treatment promises to encourage just that.
Formulated with a fortifying blend of alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA) and omega-9, this treatment aims to rebuild damaged bonds deep inside the hair fibre and replenish the hair’s outside barrier with just 10 to 20 pumps of product on towel-dried hair, post-shampoo and conditioner. Leave it on for 90 seconds before proceeding to style without rinsing, and witness hair that is instantly stronger, shinier and smoother.
Needless to say, achieving healthier hair in a mere minute and a half sure sounds good to us!
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