Pop Your Makeup Cherry With This Sultry Collection | Clozette


The release of Urban Decay's Naked Cherry palette may have been announced earlier than the brand expected but it has not affected the excitement for the latest addition to the now-iconic Naked roster. Whether you're a beauty rookie or a seasoned enthusiast, we're sure you'll enjoy playing with the sultry, cherry-inspired hues of the palette and the entire collection. Before you get your hands on them when they release at Sephora Singapore stores and online on 11 October and at Urban Decay Freestanding stores and on Lazada on 25 October, here's what to pick from the collection. 


Naked Cherry Eyeshadow Palette


An eyeshadow palette

SGD83/~USD60


With 12 cherry-inspired shades that range from ivory to plum, this palette is what we would reach for sultry looks. There's a good mix of mattes and metallics, as with all other Naked palettes. And the names are just as fun, too. Young Love, Bang Bang, Feelz — are you excited yet?


Naked Cherry Vice Lipsticks

A lipstick with cherry design

SGD31/~USD22.71 each


Complement your eye look with lip colours that are just as ethereal. There are three new additions to the limited-edition Vice lipsticks made especially for the collection. There's Juicy, a light peachy-pink with copper micro-shimmer. And then there's Devilish, a berry pink with "tonal micro-shimmer." Last is Cherry, a deep berry wine.


Naked Cherry 24/7 Glide-on Eye Pencils


An eye pencil

SGD33/~USD24.18 each


There are also two new additions to the 24/7 Glide-on Eye Pencil line. Get playful with Love Drug, a deep wine metallic hue. Or you can go for a classic look with Black Market, a black satin shade.


Naked Cherry All Nighter Makeup Setting Spray


A pink bottle of setting spray

SGD22/~USD16.12


A first for Urban Decay, this version of the All Nigher Makeup Setting Spray not only has the look of the cherry-inspired collection but it actually smells like cherries! 



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Even in the dynamic worlds of fashion and beauty, there's still room for firsts. Just this week, we've witnessed a couple of groundbreaking moments and notable changes. From new awards to the latest ambassador of a heritage brand, here are the updates that are shaking the landscape.


Kylie Cosmetics x Jordyn Woods makeup collection is now available



BFFs Kylie Jenner and Jordyn Woods have finally unveiled their makeup collection for Kylie Cosmetics. Last weekend, the products were showcased on the beauty brand's Instagram Stories, including swatches of lippies, highlighters and shades from the eyeshadow palette. Judging from the colours, it looks like good makeup options for fall with all the oranges, mauves and brick reds. Are you interested to try?


Green carpet awards in the spotlight



With Gucci missing from the Milan Fashion Week lineup, the spotlight fell on the Green Carpet Fashion Awards. Dubbed by some as the Oscars of sustainable fashion, the award-giving body gives recognition to luxury brands and personalities who champion sustainability. This year, the new Wellness Award was given to Elle Macpherson for her advocacy. Meanwhile, the CNMI In Recognition For Sustainability went to Donatella Versace for her fashion brand's sustainability initiatives. And the coveted Franca Sozzani GCC Award for Best Emerging Designer was won by Gilberto Calzolari. You can check out the full list of winners here.


Skinfood CEO to sell shares?



SKINFOOD is one of those OG Korean skincare brands that has been in the scene before K-Beauty became extremely popular. Over the years, they have released products that gained cult-following like the Black Sugar Mask, Tomato line and many more. However, as competition became tough, SKINFOOD's popularity met a decline. And now, there are rumours that their CEO is seeking to sell shares before the brand's value further decreases. Whatever may happen, we'll be keeping tabs on what's next for the brand.


Rimowa unveils the icon film of Yoon Ahn



As part of Rimowa's first-ever global campaign, the brand is releasing Yoon Ahn's icon film, which was shot in her hometown in Tokyo. Yoon's film emphasises how travel and movement make her the icon that she is and that this process is important for her to come up with ideas as Dior Homme's director of jewellery. Other personalities who will have their own icon film as well are Virgil Abloh, Roger Federer and Adwoa Aboah. 


Michael B. Jordan is the new face of Coach


Michael B. Jordan wearing a beige sweater


Coach recently announced that actor and producer Michael B. Jordan is the first global face of the Coach menswear business. In the coming seasons, Michael B. Jordan will be in the global advertising campaigns for men’s ready-to-wear, accessories and fragrance, starting with the Spring 2019 season. The partnership will also include special design projects with Creative Director Stuart Vevers and philanthropic endeavours with the Coach Foundation.


(Cover photo from: @gilbertocalzolari_official)



Don't miss last week's happenings, check them out here.


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We’re sure you’ve already heard experts, and even your friends, harping about how you should always use sunscreen to help protect your skin from the harmful sun rays. It’s true – sunscreens help make sure that your skin doesn’t get burnt by the sun. But it’s not the only thing they can do. Anessa sunscreens, Japan’s no. 1 sun care brand for 17 years, offer benefits beyond just the bare minimum. Did you know that your sunscreen can work this way too?

They’re the best anti-ager


Woman in a flower field


Aside from the immediate physical effects that it wards off, sunscreen acts as a great anti-ager because it shields your skin from early signs of ageing, such as wrinkles, fine lines and sun spots. And you know what they say: prevention is better than cure.

They double as skincare


A rectangular bottle of sunscreen


Aside from prevention, sunscreens also offer great skincare benefits. The sunscreens from Anessa don’t just have premium ingredients for sun protection but also ingredients that take care of the skin as serums do.

Packed with Super Hyaluronic Acid, Glycerin, Collagen, Rose Extract, Aloe Extract, Green Tea Extract, Sakura Leaf Extract, and Tormentilla Extract, the Anessa Perfect UV Milk, Anessa Perfect UV Sunscreen Gel, and Anessa Whitening UV Sunscreen Gel nurture the skin and make sure it’s hydrated and moisturised. Meanwhile, the Anessa Perfect UV Sunscreen Spray, Anessa UV Sunscreen Mild Milk, and Anessa Essence UV Sunscreen Mild Milk contain Hyaluronic Acid and Glycerin that keep the skin’s collagen production up and retains the skin’s moisture.

They double as a pre-makeup product 


Woman wearing white


There’s an ongoing debate on whether sunscreens should go before or after makeup, but there are sunscreens that actually go so well under makeup that they can be considered a primer. The airy, silky, non-sticky texture of the Anessa UV Perfect Milk makes it great for wearing under makeup because it doesn’t pill or crack when other products are applied on top of it.

They lower the risk of skin cancer


No matter how much you think your skin’s “strong enough” for the sun, you need to protect it to ensure that it’s healthy. Various skin cancers, including melanoma, are triggered by exposure to the sun’s harmful rays. So make sure that you wear something that has strong protection. The Anessa Perfect UV Milk has SPF50+ and PA++++ which protect the skin from UVB (that leads to premature skin ageing) and UVA (that causes sunburns) respectively. Make sure you apply generously and re-apply every two hours.


The Anessa Perfect UV Milk and other Anessa Sunblock variants are now available at Lazada. Head there now for a special discount of 16% when you buy a pack of two Anessa Perfect UV Milk bottles.

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