The Best New Beauty Buys For July

The Best New Beauty Buys For July

Forget trawling the beauty aisles for new products this summer – we’ve done the hard work for you. From game-changing skincare formulas to lust-worthy scents, these are the buys worth snapping up this month...


Bamford Gray Eau De Parfum, £95

Warm top notes of vetiver, sandalwood and patchouli are balanced beautifully by citrus-y orange for a rich, floral freshness that lingers on the skin all day long. The seemingly simple bottle is really chic, too, with a weightiness that feels incredibly luxe.

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Malin & Goetz Synthesized Musk, £40

For those who love a musky scent, look no further than this brand-new rollerball. It’s the perfect mix of zesty lemons and soft, jasmine, warm suede and musk that manage to be light without disappearing on the skin. This is set to be your summer staple, and as it’s an oil, it’ll really go distance - you only need a little dabbed onto the pulse points each time. We’re hooked.

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Dr Dennis Gross Skincare Beta Glow Pads, £34

These clever towelettes deliver a streak-free, customisable tan with the added benefit of exfoliation. Loaded with glycolic and gentle lactic acids, each wipe is thin, soft, and damp, rather than overly saturated, delivering an impressive – yet believable – glow and softer, soother skin within minutes.

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The Body Shop Vitamin C Mask, £3.50

This biodegradable sheet mask combines brightening vitamin C and aloe vera for powerful hydration, while restoring balance and combatting damage from environmental aggressors. It’s a quick fix, but believe us when we say you’ll be impressed with the healthy, luminous glow it gives the skin.

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Inkey List Oil & Water Double Cleanser, £9.99

Featuring a bi-phase oil and water formula, this double cleanser works to clear the skin of excess grime, sebum and bacteria all at once. Additionally, hydrating ingredients like almond oils and Panthenol ensure the skin stays moisturised and feeling plump. The silky consistency is highly addictive too – it never feels drying or sticky, so you won’t get any pulling or tugging when you remove your make-up.

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Tan Luxe Super Glow Hyaluronic Self-Tan Serum, £35

An innovative three-in-one treatment, Tan Luxe’s latest launch works to saturate the face with hyaluronic acid and raspberry seed oil for a smoother, more refined skin tone, while simultaneously building a subtle sun-kissed glow. The addition of cocoa seed extract is a real bonus too as it works as a shield to protect skin from daily aggressors – ideal for city slickers.

Available at Look


Josh Wood Colour Shade Shot Gloss, £15

Hair looking a little lacklustre, or in need of a colour reboot? These clever new shot glosses have been designed to act like a mask, while treating strands to some semi-permanent colour that’s minimal but just enough to liven your hair up. Packed with quinoa, green walnut, perilla oil and Shea butter (plus a handy UV filter), you can expect a deep conditioning treat when applying it, too. Perfect for in-between salon appointments, or if you just fancy hitting refresh.

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Kiko Beyond Limits On The Go Blush, £3.50 (was £6.99)

Available in four suits-all shades, these pocket-sized sticks are a must-have for anyone seeking out blush on a budget. They go on quite sheer at first, but the shades are super easy to build and mix at will for a natural-looking or bold flush, depending on your preference.

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Revolution Beauty Goddess Glow Primer, £10

Revolution recently relaunched their make-up and this brand-new primer is our favourite from the range. The cashmere-soft texture acts like a veil over the skin, giving it a glass-like effect that’s unbeatable, while the mattifying finish makes pores less visible and helps foundation go on smoothly and last much longer.

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BareMinerals Endless Glow Highlighter in Joy, £26

Densely pigmented and incredibly versatile, BareMinerals’ new highlighter has the finest shimmer particles, a super smooth payoff and impressive staying power for a powder formulation. Brush on a little bit for a sheeny glow, or really buff it into cheeks, lids and cupids bow if you’re after a more dramatic, evening look.

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BECCA Glow Body Stick, £38

For those who prefer their highlighter in a creamy format, BECCA’s new highlighting stick works all-over to give your skin and limbs a light-reflecting finish. Swipe it on over your cheekbones, décolletage, shoulders and legs for a perfect, not-too-shimmery glow. The champagne-y hue is also universally flattering and looks natural on just about everyone, while the skin-loving ingredients (coconut oil, Shea butter and vitamin E), keep scaly, dry patches at bay.

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Molton Brown Fiery Pink Pepper Body Oil, £40

A first for the brand, Molton Brown have recently launched their own set of body oils. Our favourite? This Fiery Pink Pepper fragrance that seals in moisture and feels completely weightless on the skin. The heady scent is surprisingly refreshing, and you can expect to catch subtle, satisfying whiffs of it all day long. Another bonus? It dries down fast, so you’ll never end up sticking to your clothes or bed sheets post-application.

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Rodin Goddess Aurora Body Oil, £65

Housed in a seriously chic bottle, this has to be one of 2019’s most ‘grammable beauty buys. But this is so much more than just a nice package. The formula inside – which includes apricot, almond and jojoba oil – smooths scaly elbows, makes light work of peeling skin and calms irritation, including sunburn. We recommend keeping it in the shower and applying it liberally while your skin is still damp.

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