Net-A-Porter Beauty has established itself as a luxe beauty destination for the discerning woman. Their curations are an eclectic mix of cult favourites, classics, and up-and-coming brands in the industry. Every year, we look forward to learning about the new names and products to take note of when it comes to updating our skincare arsenal. This year is no exception and we were met with plenty of promising labels offering solutions to our concerns. Here, we’ve rounded up the Net-A-Porter Beauty trends this season and the brands to know now.
Net-A-Porter Beauty Trend #1: Female-Driven Beauty
Mimi Luzon 24K Pure Gold Treatment, SGD291.48/~USD212; Lixirskin Vitamin C Paste, SGD39.92/~USD29; KNC Beauty All Natural Collagen Infused Lip Mask, SGD43.72/~USD32 for a pack of 10
We support a strong, independent woman, and here are three who are carving a name for themselves in the beauty industry. Mimi Luzon is the go-to aesthetician for some of the modelling world’s familiar faces such as Jessica Hart, Elsa Hosk, and Irina Shayk. Her 24K Pure Gold Treatment mask is the secret to the models’ glow and who wouldn’t want to look like them?
Meanwhile, Lixirskin was founded by French doctor Colette Haydon, who has 20 years of experience in the industry. Her Vitamin C Paste is a hit in Asia, packing the powerful L-Ascorbic Acid into a formula more potent than most vitamin C-derived products in the market.
Finally, KNC Beauty is the brainchild of Kirsten Noel Crawley. Smitten by lip masks on a Tokyo trip, she decided to create a “cleaner” option using natural collagen. Her All Natural Collagen Infused Lip Mask is an Instagram hit.
Net-A-Porter Beauty Trend #2: Power Masking
Dr. Barbara Sturm Deep Hydrating Face Mask, SGD184.39/~USD134 for a pack of seven; Sarah Chapman Chin and Jaw Masks, SGD53.86/~USD39 for a pack of six; Wander Beauty Baggage Claim Rose Gold Eye Masks; SGD25.98/~USD19 for a pack of six
Aside from the usual potent serums and active-rich creams, masks are gaining mass appeal for their quick treatment approach. This Net-A-Porter Beauty trend isn’t just limited to the face, as more masks have been created to suit different body areas. Dr. Barbara Sturm’s Deep Hydrating Face Mask promotes cell renewal through its active ingredient, Purslane. Meanwhile, Sarah Chapman’s Chin and Jaw Masks firm the skin for that defined and sculpted jawline. Finally, Wander Beauty’s Baggage Claim Rose Gold Eye Masks are a luxe option for soothing and brightening tired under-eyes.
Net-A-Porter Beauty Trend #3: Wholesome Health & Wellness
Angela Caglia La Vie En Rose Face Roller, SGD63/~USD46; Dr. Nigma Talib Hydrating and Plumping Serum No. 1, SGD153.98/~USD111.95; WelleCo The Super Elixir with Caddy, SGD166.65/~USD121
Health, happiness, and glow are the keywords of this season’s Net-A-Porter Beauty trends. There’s a growing focus among women on looking healthier as opposed to simply looking younger. Crystal-based products like Angela Caglia’s La Vie En Rose Face Roller are a hit for their healing properties. Naturopath expert Dr. Nigma’s Hydrating and Plumping Serum No. 1, meanwhile, is praised for its elasticity-improving qualities using plant stem cells and marine peptides. Finally, WelleCo’s The Super Elixir with Caddy is supermodel Elle Macpherson’s secret to vibrant skin and peak energy levels, calling it “an investment but cheaper than a good face cream." We’re sold.
Net-A-Porter Beauty Trend #4: Clean, Considered Beauty
Strangelove NYC Perfume Oil Necklace in Lost in Flowers, SGD205.94/~USD150; One Ocean Beauty Ultra Marine Cellulite Night Cream, SGD124.83/~USD91; Kjaer Weis Cream Blush in Sun Touched, SGD51.96/~USD37.78
Riding the wave of ethical conscientiousness, consumers are now demanding cleaner options for their skincare and Net-A-Porter Beauty is happy to deliver. Brands to follow include Strangelove NYC, which sources the oud used in their perfume and essential oils from the founder’s own organic farm. Their Perfume Oil Necklace will make for an enchanting scented jewellery piece. Next is One Ocean Beauty, who is committed to protecting the seas by donating to Oceana, one of the largest ocean charities. Their Ultra Marine Cellulite Night Cream makes use of sustainably sourced marine ingredients to combat cellulite. Lastly, Kjaer Weis is the go-to for gluten-free cosmetics made from natural and organic ingredients. Their Cream Blush gives the skin an instant youthful glow with minimal effort.
Net-A-Porter Beauty Trend #5: Haircare Holy Grails
Oribe Supershine Moisturising Cream, SGD46.89/~USD34; Larry King Velvet Texture Clay, SGD25.35/~USD18; Balmain Paris Hair Couture Overnight Repair Hair Serum. SGD111.52/~USD81
Net-A-Porter’s beauty trends this year also cover haircare. Scalp scrubs, serums, and masks are only some of the ways brands have updated their commitment to healthy, beautiful hair. Favourites include superstar hairdresser Oribe’s Supershine Moisturising Cream, which acts as a frizz-fighting moisturiser for thirsty hair. Celebrity hairstylist to Gigi Hadid and Karlie Kloss, Larry King’s Velvet Texture Clay offers instant body and texture for extra oomph. Finally, Balmain Paris Hair Couture’s Overnight Repair Hair Serum promises to restore and strengthen damaged strands while you sleep.
Net-A-Porter Beauty Trend #6: DIY Facials
Teresa Tarmey Microneedling Kit SGD494.95/SGD359.88; Joanna Czech Facial Massager, SGD186.10/~USD135; Prager Skincare Urban Protect Acid Peel Mask SGD198.97/~USD145
Facial tools and facialist-recommended skincare offer the benefits of a clinician/aesthetician’s touch right in the comfort of your own home. Teresa Tarmey’s Microneedling Kit is filled with potent products and high-performing tools for visibly plumped and glowing skin. Meanwhile Joanna Czech’s Facial Massager is sculpted with cooling zinc and aluminium alloys to speed up circulation and direct oxygen to the skin. Finally, Prager Skincare’s Urban Protect Acid Peel Mask brings the doctor’s cosmetic medicine expertise in a professional acid blend to combat pigmentation, blemishes, and dull skin.
Whichever Net-A-Porter Beauty trend you’re willing to try, one thing is certain: you’re in for an ultra-luxurious experience.
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