Halloween may be over, but there’s plenty going on in the makeup world to pay attention to, from a new scent released by the Kardashian trinity, Gucci Beauty’s arrival in Singapore, and more. Read on for your weekly dose of beauty news.
The Kardashian sisters launch a fragrance line named the Diamonds collection
Kim Kardashian expands her fragrance line yet again. This time, she joins forces with Kourtney and Khloe to launch a perfume line known as the KKW Fragrance Diamonds Collection. Available three unique scents — “Pink”, “Yellow” and “Diamond”, the perfumes are housed in luxe diamond bottles, as befitting its name. Each bottle retails for USD$40 (S$55).
The Diamonds collection launches on 8 November 2019 at KKW.
Kat Von D partners up with Little Damage for World Vegan Day
Here’s a treat for beauty addicts and with a sweet tooth: cruelty-free vegan beauty brand Kat Von D Beauty has teamed up with soft-serve brand Little Damage in celebration of World Vegan Day. If you’ll be shopping around in Orchard, make it a point to visit Sephora ION and get a vegan peanut butter chocolate banana soft-serve with a purchase of any Kat Von D Beauty product.
Available at Sephora ION on 1 November, Friday from 12 pm-8 pm.
Patrick Ta launches his latest makeup line: Monochrome Moment
Celebrity makeup artist, Patrick Ta, debuts his sophomore makeup line with an all monochromatic collection. This collection speaks about celebrating moments, and that your everyday life should be filled with a whole lot more moments with a capital M, according to Patrick Ta Beauty. If you are into neutrals, you’ll definitely be into this collection as it flaunts shades of nude pinks, neutral browns and rose gold.
Available at Patrick Ta.
Gucci Beauty debuts in Singapore
Gucci has made its grand entrance to Singapore’s beauty market after the international launch of its reinvented Gucci Beauty collection. Defined as beauty under the eyes of Alessandro Michele, Gucci Beauty currently has a range of 58 lipsticks, with three different formulations to choose from. The whimsical packaging is also inspired by the 80s, flaunting vintage rose prints and gold.
The Gucci Beauty lipsticks will be available for $53 each at Takashimaya Department Store Beauty Hall from 12 September 2019.