New beauty brands from Sephora Singapore that we're excited about
Most beauty-loving individuals love a visit to Sephora. Call it a soothing balm of retail therapy in this frenzied world of crazed world leaders and World Cup upsets. But if you're the kind that's just itching for new brands and cult names when it comes to your next beauty fix, look forward to these which have just hit the shelves. From niche skincare brands like Kopari and TATCHA to worldwide sensations like Huda Beauty, there's truly something for everyone to look forward to.
A skincare brand from Houston, Texas, Sunday Riley (formulated by its namesake) is all about efficacious products in great, minimalist packaging. Think night oils, retinoids and lactic acid made palatable and user-friendly for even the most skincare shy, for truly transformative results.
Star buys: Good Genes (a lactic acid treatment) and U.F.O (an oil that's great for acne-prone skin).
Hitting stores: On shelves now.
ALLIES OF SKIN
We've waxed lyrical about Singapore's own Allies of Skin, so it's fitting that a brand that retail everywhere from Barneys to Harrods, finally makes it way to Sephora Southeast Asia. If you love multi-tasking, unisex skincare and hardworking solutions, give this brand a try.
Star buys: The reformulated 1A All-Day Pollution Repair Mask and Molecular Saviour Probiotics Mist that now comes in a travel-friendly, tube packaging.
Hitting stores: Available now both online and in store.
Not just famous for the celebrity makeup artist, Huda Kattan, who created it, we got our hands on some of the products and the swatches were highly-pigmented and amazing. It's no wonder this brand has over 25 million Instagram followers. If you love dramatic makeup, gorgeous shimmer and bold shades, this is a must-try.
Star buys: Eyeshadow palettes like the Rose Gold Palette Remastered and the more mobile, nine-colour Obsessions palettes.
Hitting stores: Hitting the online store in August 2018 and physical stores in September.
A whole beauty brand based on the humble coconut? We visited Southern Californian brand Kopari's booth and were pretty sold on the wonderful-smelling products like scrubs that were free from nasties and made from 100 per cent organic coconut oil sourced from the Phillipines.
Star buys: The Coconut Melt — which can be used to remove makeup, condition the hair and even on the skin as a barrier while shaving. Consider us sold!
Hitting stores: Available now.
A San Francisco brand based on the ancient secrets of Japanese geishas, and all manufactured in the land of the rising sun? Anything is possible and TATCHA enchants with its efficacious ingredients, like rice enzymes and camellia oil and the ultra-cool concept.
Star buys: It's known for its Japanese blotting papers. But give it's ultrafine Luminous Dewy Skin Mist and Violet-C Radiance Mask a try.
Hitting stores: As we speak.