Being able to shop successfully for beauty product online isn’t always that easy. Depending on how good (or clean) your monitor is you can’t always be sure as to whether or not that gorgeous coral coloured lipstick you just order online is going to suit you when it does finally arrive at your front door. That being said what online shopping lack in certainty it make up for in convenience – and deals. Speaking of which, I thought I would introduce you all to a few corners of the web that I like to peruse through on a regular basis in search of some exciting new discoveries. Please note however if you are on a spending ban it might be a good idea to hide your bank cards right about now.
Cult Beauty – What would an online shopping guide be without Cult Beauty? Offering a cherry-picked selection of products that do exactly what they say on the tin, Cult Beauty allows you to shop safe in the knowledge that whatever you do eventually end up buying you won’t be disappointed by. Just note a quick perusal of their ‘What’s New’ page will result in you wanting to add at least an extra 3 unexpected items into your shopping basket – you have been warned.
What to add to your basket: Aurelia Cell Repair Night Oil, Odacite Radiance effect Serum Concentrate, Skyn Iceland Skin Hangover Kit, Zelens Lip Treatment Oil, Holistic Silk Silk Pillowcase, Becca x Jaclyn Hill Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed – Champagne Pop, Therapie Himalayan Detox Bath Salts
Look Fantastic – Whenever a new item enters onto my wishlist the first thing I do is check to see if it is available on Look Fantastic. Offering a vast variety of Holy Grail worthy products at discounted prices it’s no wonder really that I like so many others can’t seem to get enough of this site. It’s also worth noting their carefully curated Monthly Beauty Boxes, which contain an array of confidence-boosting products really are some of the best I have ever come across.
Being Content – If Cult Beauty and Whole Foods where to have a metaphorical baby, Being Content would be the result. Specialising in emerging niche natural skin care brands, Being Content is where I head to in order to discover something new, exciting and a little bit different. Covering a vast collection of categories such as organic hair care, vegan-friendly skin care and of course natural makeup there is something for everyone (no matter what their beauty stance).
What to add to your basket: Tata Harper Resurfacing Mask, RMS Beauty Living Luminizer, Grown Alchemist Body Cleanser, Lola’s Apothecary Delicate Romance Bath And Shower Oil, Content Skinfood And Manna Superfood Set
Net-A-Porter – Ever so quietly, this luxury online retailer has been beefing up its beauty department. Offering a deliberate mix of niche labels like Sarah Chapman and James Read, with establishes brands like La Mer and Lancôme, Net-A-Porter is no longer just a fashion destination, but a respectable beauty one too.
What to add to your basket: Oribe Maximista Thickening Spray, Hourglass Ambient Lighting Palette, Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz, Glossier Set of three Balm Dotcom, This Works Perfect Legs Skin Miracle, Kora Organics By Miranda Kerr Tinted Day Cream
What are you favourite online beauty destinations?
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