The Beauty Bit: We Shall Rebuild Her

BATD ON Jan 07, 2009 AT 5:06 pm

Paul Yacomine Micro Intensive Repair Kit

Paul Yacomine Micro Intensive Repair Kit

Well, I partied hard, ate too much and am considering buying shares in Moet, such was my outrageous consumption. Naturally, none of these pleasures come without payback; my complexion is rebelling, my hair needs some serious tlc and my skin is a moisture-free zone. This week, it’s all about emergency repair and righting those festive wrongs.

Paul Yacomine Micro Intensive Repair Kit
My poor locks have been coloured, blow dried, crimped, straightened, curled and sprayed into some kind of straw-hair hell. I’m setting great hope in the legendary Paul Yacomine, whose repair kit is a blend of proteins, detangling and shine enhancing oils and treatment oils to soften and protect. You can mix and match depending upon your hair needs – I’ll be mega-dosing the lot.  £26.50

Kate Somerville Detox Daily Cleanser

Kate Somerville Detox Daily Cleanser

Kate Somerville Detox Daily Cleanser
Space NK’s hottest new launch from the States is Kate Somerville, whose range has a celebrity following that reads like the Oscar party guest list. Based on the principle of promoting medicine and skincare as a combination for the perfect complexion, I’m loving this cleanser that tackles breakouts with a healthy dose of B vitamins and a light, non-clogging consistency. £32, www.spacenk.co.uk.

Clinique Deep Comfort Body Butter

Clinique Deep Comfort Body Butter

Clinique Deep Comfort Body Butter
There’s something very reassuring and indulgent about body butters and balms that come in a big, fat tub. This Clinique favourite is a sumptuous blend of shea butter, glycerine and Vitamin E, and instantly soothes and moisturises the driest of skins. It’s also got a good dose of silicone – important for ‘slip’ and makes for the easiest ever application. £19.58, www.clinique.co.uk.

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