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Brighten Up Your Skin This Winter

During the winter, days can seem long, air can seem cold and skin can seem dull. We recommend a little holiday to get away from the former, but the latter can be fixed with these new fabulous products from Ultraceuticals.

The changing of the season certainly brings its fair share of challenges, like getting out of bed in the morning, and fighting the desire to wear your snuggly robe to work. It also presents a few challenges for your skin too.

Many people find that as the summer months disappear, so does their skin’s radiant summer glow. Dull, dry skin takes its place, leaving one feeling rather discouraged.

However, this doesn’t have to be the case; winter is the ideal time of the year to help restore skin radiance and combat the effects of hyperpigmentation. Lucky for us, Ulraceuticals’ Ultra Brightening range is out and ready to help, effectively targeting hyperpigmentation and dark spots to give the skin a healthy vibrant glow.

The range is multi award winning, and just the elixir your skin needs this winter. It features an advanced complex of surface hyperpigment blockers and skin brightening ingredients to visibly improve the appearance of dark spots and hyperpigmentation and enhance skin radiance. It draws on the latest scientific research, using a synergistic blend of ingredients to target surface hyperpigmentation in five different ways; Hyperpigment pathway blockers, hyperpigment inhibitors, skin brighteners, chemical exfoliators and bio-exfoliators.

View the range below.

Dior’s 2019 Haute Couture Collection is Here

Is it possible to celebrate haute couture while also offering a critical reading of it?

Is it possible to stay faithful to the strict rules decreed by the Chambre  Syndicale de la Haute Couture while breaking them down to create a new order?

These are all questions that Dior designer, Maria Grazia Chiuri, brings to the surface in this autumn-winter 2018-2019 haute couture collection.

Suits with bat-winged sleeves represent both the restrained and explosive, a major theme in the collection. Powdery colours (brick, green, pink and orange) with nudes is the palette for both the clothes and the accessories, with refined costume jewellery, veils, and hats that bring the collection to life. Pleated and layered evening dresses contrast with simple bustiers, offering a surprising dissonance. A red silk dress is sewn from a single piece of fabric, opening the way to a series of majestic and intimate creations.

For Maria Grazia Chiuri, this display of couture is akin to rebellion: a kind of ideological “guerrilla”  that explodes on the frontiers of entrenched tradition, without ever overstepping them.

View the runway looks below.

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