These are a few of our favourite things. This week.

These are a few of our favourite things. This week.IMAGE: Getty

We've got all your bases covered with this week's new beauty launches. From super-powered skincare and a luxe body treat to a new eyeliner from a brand known for being one of the best in the business. 

Essie is bringing fresh, spring feelings with its new nail shade range, and if you're a dry shampoo fan, the interesting new launches from Redken will be right up your street. Here's what we've been taking a look at this week. 

Skinlongevity Vital Power Moisturiser SPF30, 45, BareMinerals

A new addition to BareMInerals’ Skinlongevity range. It’s lightweight day moisturiser that’s fragrance free and vegan friendly. Along with a mineral sunscreen to protect against UV it contains green coffee bean to wake up tired skin, long life herb to improve skin’s resilience, and peony extract to brighten.

Spring 2019 collection, 9.99 each, Essie

The spring collection from Essie has landed and very nice it is too! This latest launch is a sugared almost mix of pretty shades and pastel hues. Finishes are shimmer and pearl mostly, with a metallic (Reign Check, a dark silvery green) and a cream (Stirring Secrets, a nude beige).

Real Luxury Body Butter, 46, NEOM

Aromatherapy-based brand NEOM has just launched two incredible body balms. The formulations are 100 per cent natural and contain magnesium (which boosts wellbeing). There’s Perfect Night’s Sleep, with 13 essential oils, and this one, Real Luxury which contains a whopping 24 essential oils. On shelf from 18 March.

Dry Shampoo Powder 02, €25, Redken

Texture is big this season and Redken has just launched a double act of texture-making products. The dry shampoo powder, which contains charcoal to help absorb excess oil and refresh style without dulling the hair. There's also a dry shampoo paste (also €25) that is the love child of dry shampoo and styling paste so you get the texture but with workable hold.

Cake Pencil,  €21, Kat Von D Beauty

The Kat Von D line is known for eye liners that won’t quit and now there’s a new one to play with. The Cake Pencil is vegan-friendly and 100 per cent cruelty-free. The cream-to-powder formula packs a serious pigment punch and the liner comes in three shades: brown, black and white. On shelf 15 March.

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