Best of British: 5 Brands to Look Out For
It seems we're all raving about Brits these days. From Cara Delevingne to Adele to Harry Styles, everyone wants a piece of the little rainy isle. Here are 5 of Britain's best beauty brands so you can start daydreaming about riding a double decker bus, meeting the Beefeaters at the Tower of London and scoping out the best of British beauty.
Soap & Glory
Filled with mouth-watering scents and an abundance of puns, S&G have been making a splash in the UK with their wonderful bath and body products, and lately, their makeup. Affordable yet luxurious, this brand offers wonderful body butters, shower gels, moisturisers, and much much more. If you're in the mood for a sugary-sweet scrub made of actual sugar, an oat and maple scented body wash or a citrus body mist to freshen you up after math, this is the brand for you!
What to buy: The Righteous Butter, Hand Maid hand cream, Orangegasm Shower Gel, Kick-Ass Concealers
Rimmel is a widely-known British brand, and they've been coming out with great new launches lately. With a wide range of foundations, varying levels of coverage and different finishes, as well as pigmented, long-lasting lip colours, Rimmel is flying the flag for great British brands in the US.
What to buy: Lipsticks, Blush singles, Wake Me Up foundation, Apocalypse Lip Laquer, Kate Moss collection
Fresh, handmade and all-natural, Lush's ethical philosophy and great-smelling products have made it a hit both in the UK and across the pond. If you're in the market for a bath to remember, or just some skincare products with a rustic, natural feel, Lush is for you. Plus, since it's cruelty-free, you can shop guilt-free.
What to buy: Any bath bomb, Trichomania solid shampoo, Ocean Salt face scrub, Greased Lightning pimple treatment
Where to buy: Lush
Charlotte Tilbury is a renowned British makeup artist who launched her own luxury range in 2013, with beautiful rose gold packing and spot-on shades that Tilbury designed herself. A hit with makeup artists, celebs and beauty bloggers alike, they're certainly splurge products but by all accounts they're worth it!
What to buy: Film Star Bronze & Glow, Lipstick in Pillowtalk and Glastonberry, Colour Chameleon Eye crayons, Light Wonder Foundation
Lee Stafford is an award-winning British hairdresser responsible for icons such as Victoria Beckham. His salon-quality range includes products for all hair types, including bleached, dry, curly, straight and damaged hair. Plus, the super-cute packaging will ensure your shower buddy is always stylish.
What to buy: Beach Babe Sea Salt spray, Climate Control Shampoo & Conditioner, Matt Fat Hair Powder, Beach Blondes Shampoo & Conditioner
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