August 21 2014

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Topshop Beauty Is Ready For Spring


If, like us, you too are revving up your spring wardrobe for the temperature spike that is to come—a pair of sandals here, a flowy skirt there—Topshop is presumably on your agenda. Now that its spring/summer makeup collection is officially on shelves, you may want to push the store straight to the top of your shopping list. The brand’s limited-edition seasonal trend collection, Sandstorm, is festival-focused again this year, but rather than hone in on the aesthetics of Glastonbury, Topshop’s creative team had Burning Man on the brain. The spirit quest that takes place in the Nevada desert each August has inspired a series of dusty metallic and muted brights for eyes, nails, and lips. Standouts include the Gloss Stick in Ablaze (a sheer coral) and Glisten (a pretty fuchsia), both of which feature a buildable texture for adjustable vibrancy—and are neither overtly hippie nor excessively psychedelic. The real story, though, is the boatload of new additions to the retail giant’s core collection. Included in the mix are six new shades of its highly pigmented Lips lipstick range (Muted is a great alternative to peachier nudes); four new Lip Stick glossy pout pencils (our vote goes to Rapturous, an orange red); a new, gel-formulated Lip and Cheek tint in Bitten Berry; and seven new shades of nail polish, including World’s End, a fun baby blue, and War Paint, an electric cerise. Topshop has also created a super-convenient tub of disposable nail varnish remover wipes so you can switch up your color (or remove a manicure that’s past its prime) on an elevator ride—or on an acid trip in the Black Rock Desert.—Celia Ellenberg

Photo: Courtesy of Topshop



  1. Beautasia says:

    I love the Blue! it reminds me of my suit :B

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