Bright and Breezy

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The new year brings beauty trends bang up to date with spanking new products. Here are the goods that are rumoured to fly off the shelves and change the face of beauty in 2014. Trust me, you’ll want to make room for these in your make up bag.

Lancôme S/S14 limited collection launched a couple weeks ago and the Spring Blush Highlighter (£35) is flew of the shelves. With the lovely Miss Lily Collins as the face of the brand, every girl is going long for a fresh and pretty glow courtesy of Lancôme.

Lately nails have been all about being OTT – from chalkboard and caviar textures to scented nails and intricate nail art. But at the end of the day, all a girl really wants is a nail varnish that lasts. The top brands have finally launched long lasting colours that set like gel without all the faff of UV lamps and pricey visits to the salon. Revlon ColourStay Longwear Nail Enamel (£8)  promises a high shine and non-chip varnish that lasts seven days and counting.

Like every other girl on the planet, I’m constantly searching for products that make my skin look flawless. CC creams (short for Colour Correcting) was the buzzword last season following on from the success of Tinted Moisturisers and BB Cream, and 2014 promises to be the year they get bigger and better. Leading the revolution is Clinique Moisture Surge CC Cream (£28). The lavender toned cream has the same multitasking powers of every CC cream (sheer coverage, SPF and hydration) but also comes promises to banish acne marks and discoloration. Transform your dry and dull, blotchy skin with a thin layer of the CC cream alone or under your foundation for a glow that looks natural, not caked. Plus, Clinique’s comes in 9 shades so everyone can get luminous, beautiful skin.

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