All-natural skincare brand Pai has long been a favourite on the Grazia Beauty Desk for its gentle yet effective formulas that are wonderfully kind to sensitive skin. And we’re not alone; Natalie Portman once told us that Camellia & Rose Gentle Hydrating Cleanser, £28, was her go-to. We had to give it a try, naturally.
Massage a few pumps of the cream-based formula on dry skin to softly lift off your make-up and use a warm damp muslin cloth to buff away any leftovers in the gentlest fashion. The formula is completely alcohol and detergent-free to keep your skin’s natural oil balance in check whilst Omega 3, Vitamins A, B and E help to maintain and boost moisture levels leaving your complexion notably softer.
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A must-have for beachy tresses
For a daytime smokey eye in a jiffy.
Cheap as chips, but with exceptional pigment and hydration
Pricey? Sure. But if you want Gisele-esque cheekbones, you gotta cough up.
Gently removes even the most stubborn traces of mascara, foundation and lipstick
The power of two, in one. The first and last word in hydration and anti-ageing.
An indulgence? Yes. A necessary one? Absolutely.
A custom blended mascara to help you find your ultimate brush-formula combo.
One of the quickest ways to recreate Cara-like thickness.
A sweet and spicy scent that's perfect for summer
A lush-smelling dry shampoo that banishes oily roots in a jiffy.
A smokey blend of amber, vanilla caramel and lapsang souchong to soothe the senses.
This is everything we look for in a summer fragrance – fresh, light but long-lasting and with a deliciously citrus undertone.
Bold and beautiful
Hair breaking every time you brush it? Slap on this intensive mask and see your hair healed.
A beautiful bold pink lipstick - with a charity cause in the form of the Viva Glam HIV/AIDS Fund to boot.
Natalie Portman once told us that Pai's Camellia & Rose Gentle Hydrating Cleanser, £28, was her go-to. We had to give it a try, naturally.
A brightening wonder that preps skin without a greasy sheen.
Jump-start your complexion with this brightening, tightening serum designed to impart radiance to twentysomething skin.
With12 shades taken from the most popular Dior Rouge Lipstick colours and a new and improved formula that gives you all the softening and conditioning benefits of a balm with the high pigment of a lipstick.
Hourglass Veil Mineral Primer, £52, is one of the best on the market, with an oil-free, silky soft formula and added SPF15 that make it well worth the price tag.
If a blend of pink pepper, raspberry and peony darkened down with a kick of patchouli sounds up your street then you'll most likely love this.
Unlike some wipes that can strip skin of essential oils, these are soaked in Vitamins (including B,C and E) and skin soothing ingredients with anti-aging benefits.
You can't turn a corner backstage without spotting this iconic white and blue tube. Embryolisse Lait-Creme Concentrate, £13, is loved by make-up artists and models alike.
Expert skincare brand Murad has teamed up with The Prince's Trust, a charity which does wonderful work every day to help and inspire young people in the UK, to create a Limited Edition version of their cult classic Murad Rapid Collagen Infusion, £65. For every serum sold, £10 will go straight to the charity to aid education, employment and training.
The secret behind many of the bedhead, beachy waves seen bouncing down the runway at Fashion Week? Oribe Dry Texturising Spray, £38.
We don't need to explain why this new Chanel palette is the stuff of our beauty dreams, do we? Just LOOK at it.
They specialise in creating unique and unusual Eaus, like Thunderstorm, Fireplace and Egg Nog, which make us feel all nostalgic when we smell them. And at only £15 a pop, they're an absolute bargain.
This is not just a lip balm; this is an incredibly-chic, ultra-moisturising, beautifully tinted lip balm created by fashion and beauty icon Linda Rodin.
Formulated for dry skin types in need of some TLC, this contains an impressive blend of Turkish, Russian and Bulgarian red roses to soothe and condition skin alongside several botanical lipids that will leave skin with a notably dewy glow come morning.
If you're in the market for a luxury body scrub that will leave your skin feeling wonderfully smooth and soft then we urge you to try this. Its special blend of both salt (to gently yet thoroughly exfoliate) and sugar beads (to moisturise and soften) is seriously effective and it smells heavenly.
This clever wash whisks away makeup and grime in record time, while keeping skin's moisture barrier intact. Best of all, its deep cleansing powers are suitable for every skin type.
This wave-inducing wash imparts a blend of minerals and sea botanicals that deep-cleanse hair, so your strands are free of volume-blitzing impurities.
Perfect for sensitive skin, this grain-free exfoliator harnesses green tea extract to unclog pores, blitz blemishes and make skin look more refined.
If you like your tinted lip balms to err on the bolder, more pigmented side, you'll love the thwack of colour the Bare Minerals Pop Of Passion Lip Oil-Balms impart.
We reach for This Works In Transit No Traces - a pot of rosewater-enriched pads that make light work of removing makeup - whenever we don't have time for a cleanse at the sink. They're natural so you don't get the tingly sensation that chemical-laden face wipes are notorious for.
If your dream Friday night equals a steamy bath, a glass of wine and a bevy of beauty treats, we implore you to throw this creamy hair mask into the mix. From cool Scandi hair brand Maria Nila, it couples argan oil with a Colour Guard Complex that keeps your highlights looking lustrous.
In short this one veils strands in a fine UV filter that prevents harsh rays from ravaging damaged tips and jarring your hair colour, while warding off salt and chlorine's drying effects.
Garnier has poured a high protection level of SPF50 into the silkiest body oil to create this; the Ambre Solaire Sensitive Advanced Nourishing Protective Oil SPF50, £8.50.
This is an eminently clean, fresh rose juice peppered with notes of lemon and mandarin, which boasts the dewiest of dry-downs.
It's not a holiday until you've scored some finds in the duty-free beauty halls, and there's one brand you mustn't miss when indulging in a pre-flight trolley dash. Search for the black and gold festooned bottles and palettes of Gucci makeup, which are every bit as innately sumptuous as the fashion house's gowns.
A trio of covetable classics from NARS