Beauty Good Enough To Eat

Long gone are the days of simply slathering on serums and hoping for the best – what’s on the inside counts, too. And it’s not just our kitchen experiencing a vegan reinvention. From fragrance to skincare and cosmetics, vegan-friendly beauty is revolutionising the way we stock our beauty cabinets.

Clockwise (from top left): Living Nature Radiance Night Oil ($69); Hourglass Confession Ultra Slim High Intensity Refillable Lipstick ($54, from Mecca Cosmetica and Mecca Maxima); Aesop Hwyl (50ml EDP, $160); Ethique The Guardian Solid Conditioner Bar ($25); Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara ($35).

Beauty Geek

Trust in science to ensure your beauty regimen includes all the latest bells and whistles to lift, boost and turn back time, all while delivering a sought-after youthful glow.

Clockwise (from top left): La Mer Genaissance De La Mer The Infused Lotion ($412); Estée Lauder Perfectionist Pro Instant Wrinkle Filler Tri-Polymer Blend ($110, on counter March 5); Dior Capture Youth Glow Booster Age-delay Illuminating Serum ($190); Lancôme Advanced Genifique Sensitive Dual Concentrate ($132); Murad Rapid Age Spot Correcting Serum ($159); Ultraceuticals Ultra C23+ Firming Concentrate 30ml tube ($159); L’Oréal Revitalift Laser x3 Night cream mask ($44.99); Environ Tri-peptide Complex Avance Elixir ($153.30).


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