The Stand-Out Beauty Launches Of 2021

The Stand-Out Beauty Launches Of 2021
2021 has been a stellar new year for beauty launches at Space NK. The likes of Anastasia Beverly Hills, The Ordinary and Rose Inc arrived and have become firm favourites not just with customers, but the team too. We decided to ask some of the Space NK team to look back over the past year and choose their favourite beauty launch of 2021…

The Ordinary

Suspension de vitamine C 23% + Sphères d'HA 2%., 6,00 £

“We launched our first ever vitamin C skincare box this year, filled with some of our skin-boosting favourites and it sold out in record time – stay tuned for more ingredient-based boxes in 2022. In terms of new brands, the arrival of The Ordinary proved that luxury doesn’t have to mean expensive. My bathroom cabinet is now filled with the brand’s budget-friendly serums.” – Victoria Wiseman, senior buyer


Ultra Violette

Sérum solaire éclaircissant SPF 50+ Queen Screen, 36,00 £

“I didn’t even have to pause to think when I was asked what my favourite beauty launch of 2022 was. It was Ultra Violette AKA the best daily SPF you will use all year round. My personal favourite is the Queen Screen Luminising Sun Serum SPF 50, but you can’t go wrong with any of the skinscreens. They work well with makeup and sit perfectly on top of your other skincare without leaving that white residue. A game-changing brand.” – Jini Sanassy, head of PR


Rose Inc

Blush Divine Radiant Lip & Cheek Colour (rouge à lèvres et à joues), 23,00 £

“Rose Inc was the brand I was the most excited about and it didn’t disappoint when it arrived in August. I don’t think a day has gone by when I haven’t used this cream blush. A smudge of colour blended into each cheek breathes live into a tired complexion in seconds.” – Helena Drozd, skincare, bath & body and haircare buyer


Augustinus Bader

Le sérum, 280,00 £

“Everything Augustinus Bader has launched this year is now a firm fixture in my bathroom cabinet, including the haircare line. The Serum is the one that has seriously changed up my skin though. If I’m honest, I didn’t think I needed it, but on the odd day that I skipped it I noticed a difference in how my skin looked. It wasn’t as radiant, so now I use it religiously.” – Liz Hambleton, head of creative, copy and editorial



Huile d'Idan, 16,00 £

“Liha may be one of the smaller brands that we launched this year, but it’s made its mark. The Idan Oil is the stand-out product for me personally. I use it on wet skin when I step out of the shower and it leaves it feeling soft, supple and smelling sweet. While I’ve been using it since the beginning of the summer, I think it’s going to be a skincare essential between January and March when the temperatures dip and we’re all looking for extra hydration.” – Charlotte Giddeon-Powell, new brands, fragrance and suncare buyer


Drunk Elephant

T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial, 67,00 £

“Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial was one of the first launches of 2021 and it still stand out to me. The blend of acids including glycolic, lactic and salicylic leave your skin feeling baby soft. If you haven’t used it before, I recommend leaving it on for five minutes to begin with to ease your skin it. Use it once and you’ll be hooked after seeing how radiant your skin looks and how soft it feels.” – Pamela Hoang, marketing manager


Anastasia Beverly Hills

Crème bronzante, 32,00 £

“I’m a huge fan of Anastasia Beverly Hills’ Brow Wiz and was thrilled when the buying team announced that we would finally be stocking the brand. However, it’s the Cream Bronzer that has been my best beauty discovery of 2021. Yes, Anastasia Soare knows how to make a great brow pen, but she also knows how to create the creamiest, most natural-looking cream bronzer that blends so seamlessly its fool-proof.” – Victoria Hall, beauty editor

Posté : samedi, 18 décembre 2021

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