Plus, Radford drops a dreamy new night cream.
Haus Labs drops new eyeshadow palettes
The only way we want to do the holidays this year is Haus Labs style. In other words, we’ll be showing up to all of our seasonal soirées sporting the most glittery eyelids possible, courtesy of the brand’s first eyeshadow palettes since the 2022 rebrand that just dropped. Did we mention there are two of them?
Infused with skincare, these limited-edition Eye Library eyeshadow palettes include six pigments each — three matte, and three shimmers. The wear-anywhere matte pigments blend like a dream with their creamy textures, while the bio-glitters give us life with their metallic liquid illusion effect.
Each shade provides maximum colour payoff that looks the same on the lids as it does in the palette, so what you see is truly what you get. Who needs Santa when you’ve got Gaga?
Radford drops a buttery-soft night cream
Radford’s newest offering is a dream night cream that melts into the skin like butter, hence its name. Butter, The Thick Cream, marks the brand’s first moisturizer launch since it underwent a rebrand earlier this year — and it doesn’t disappoint.
This rich, but not greasy, cream leaves the skin feeling lifted, hydrated and rejuvenated. Star ingredient bakuchiol, a natural alternative to retinol, promotes skin cell turnover and ensures that skin appears plumper without the harsh side effects that retinol can trigger. Plus, niacinamide fortifies the skin barrier and reduces the appearance of fine lines and pores.
Saie recruits 50+ brands to join it’s 2023 The Every Body campaign
It’s been a year since Saie launched its first iteration of The Every Body campaign as a result of clinic closures and the ceasing of abortions due to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade in the United States. One year later, Saie joins forces with Sephora and over 50 beauty brands (that’s 15+ more than last year!) to press forward in its pursuit of raising awareness for reproductive rights, and the protection of “Every Body’s” right to both bodily autonomy and safe reproductive healthcare.
Participating brands have made donations to SisterSong, which is a national activist organization that strives to protect individuals who have been most impacted by the anti-abortion legislation. Additionally, celebrity beauty brand founders like Scarlett Johansson and Alicia Keys are officially on board with the cause. To learn more about the campaign and sign the petition, visit the website linked here.
Shiseido launches a skincare-active foundation
Skincare-infused makeup is *everything* right now, and Shiseido’s newly launched Revitalessence Skin Glow Foundation has already become one of the finest examples on the market. A dream duo of fermented kefir+ and niacinamide ensures that this foundation is filled with the same level of skin care ingredients as a Shiseido serum.
As you wear it, you’ll be able to able to see an improvement in your skin’s glow and smoothness in just one week. Makeup that works like skincare while you wear it? Count us in.
Glasshouse Fragrances comes to Canada
When summer transitions to fall, we all scurry to fill our homes with scents of the coziest fragrances possible. As if right on cue for the arrival of autumn, Australian luxury fragrance brand Glasshouse Fragrances has officially launched in Canada!
Best known for its wanderlust-inspired collection and its ability to whisk consumers away to anywhere on the map with just one sniff, Glasshouse Fragrances arrives from down under at The Bay with this signature collection, plus a specially curated selection of holiday scents. We’re already ob-sessed.
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