This month’s best new beauty buys revealed… from Erborian’s new £34 Spray-To-Mask to the £11.99 wonder concealer by Revlon

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ANOTHER month, another pay day and, of course, another batch of beauty essentials on the market.

Here Fabulous Beauty Editor Lauren Ezekiel reveals this month’s sparkliest new beauty buys…

 Benefit's eyebrow essentials are among this month's ultimate beauty buys

Benefit
Benefit’s eyebrow essentials are among this month’s ultimate beauty buys

Benefit The Great Brownanza!, £49.50

Benefit holds 58% of the UK market share in brows, and I’m not surprised – its cult Gimme Brow gives me life.

So this is the ultimate for a brow babe, with five of its bestsellers, full-size and half the price. All in this super-cute wardrobe, too!

 Benefit's The Great Brownanza! is a must-have for a serious brow babe

Benefit
Benefit’s The Great Brownanza! is a must-have for a serious brow babe

Erborian Spray-To-Mask, £34

I’m a sucker for anything Erborian. The brand combines French pharmaceutical expertise with Korean ingredients, and I’ve yet to find a bad product.

This mask is so easy to apply – just spritz on to clean skin and rinse after 5-10 minutes. With ginseng and liquorice root extract (known glow boosters), it’s perfect for the morning after the night before.

 Erborian's Spray-To-Mask is a piece of cake - simply blast some onto clean skin and then rinse a few minutes later

Erborian
Erborian’s Spray-To-Mask is a piece of cake – simply blast some onto clean skin and then rinse a few minutes later
 Erborian's spray-on mask comes with glow-boosting ginseng and liquorice root extract

erborian
Erborian’s spray-on mask comes with glow-boosting ginseng and liquorice root extract

Revlon Youth FX Fill + Blur Concealer, £11.99

Handy applicator? Check. Full coverage? Check. Crow’s feet and dark circles banished? Check! Check!

Yep, this wonder stick has found a permanent place in my handbag. It’s perfect for on-the-go coverage and hides a multitude of sins.

 Revlon's Youth FX Fill + Blur Concealer will deal with any dark circles and crow's feet in a jiffy

Revlon
Revlon’s Youth FX Fill + Blur Concealer will deal with any dark circles and crow’s feet in a jiffy

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YSL Tatouage Couture Matte Stain, £29

I love bold lippy, but it doesn’t love me as it usually ends up smeared across my face (or my daughter’s – oops).

So this budge-proof liquid lipstick, which comes in 18 shades, from nude to statement red, is a godsend.

 This bold lipstick isn't going anywhere once it's applied, and comes in a range of 18 shades

YSL
This bold lipstick isn’t going anywhere once it’s applied, and comes in a range of 18 shades

Percy & Reed Perfectly Perfecting Wonder Wash Shampoo and Wonder Care Conditioner, £18 each

Colour protection, deep repair or moisture boost? Choosing a shampoo and conditioner can be a minefield, especially if your needs change with the day/week/time of month.

So I’m sold on this does-it-all duo, full of lock-loving ingredients like pro-vitamin B5, aloe vera and grapeseed oil. They smell gorge, too.

 This shampoo and conditioner tag-team does it all, and your hair will think you for using it

YOUR GOOD SKIN
This shampoo and conditioner tag-team does it all, and your hair will think you for using it
 The pair come packed with pro-vitamin B5, aloe vera and grapeseed oil

The pair come packed with pro-vitamin B5, aloe vera and grapeseed oil

Ask Beauty Editor Lauren

What’s the difference between a skin concentrate and a serum? Molly, Dorking

Good question, Molly. This also stumped me, so I sought advice from Dr Mike Bell, skincare scientific advisor for Boots UK.

He explained that while both are applied post-cleanse, a serum tends to be used for anti-ageing and is followed by a moisturiser, whereas a concentrate focuses on the skin’s immediate needs and can be worn alone.

Boots’ new skincare brand Your Good Skin boasts an impressive Balancing Concentrate, £16.99, that I’ve become obsessed with.

Instead of looking at long-term prevention, this bad boy is all about the here and now – sorting anything from redness and sensitivity to adult acne or dry skin in less than 28 days.

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