Art Deco style looks as glamorous now as it must have done eighty plus years ago. So it's hardly surprising that Guerlain have gone back to that period as inspiration for its new Rouge Automatique lipstick.
The sleek gold case of the lipstick is based upon a 1936 model found in the Guerlain archive. Rather than the usual twist-up lippies, this one has an old-fashioned slide mechanism. The vintage style packaging is combined with modern cosmetic technology and the lipstick promises to be both hydrating and long-lasting. It's available in 25 different shades that are bound to look great upon your Deco-style dressing table.
The lipsticks cost £24.50 and is available exclusively at Selfridges.
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We've featured many of the Big Tomato Company's bright and colourful goods before: their latest designs are these Pop mugs, virtually guaranteed to cheer up your cup of tea.
The mugs are each decorated with a large Pop Art style motif. There are ten to pick from featuring things like a lipstick, a rainbow, a pill, cherries and the heart sunglasses pictured above. Like their other designs, the motifs are placed onto large English creamware mug.
The mugs cost £13.95 each.
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Japanese Beuaty Brand Shu Uemera has teamed up with quirky Brit songstress Paloma Faith to create an exclusive cosmetics collection.
Paloma not only has a has a unique voice but a very individual look which she accentuates with her signature make-up which pays homage to the glamorous style of the forties.
The range includes those stalwarts of the retro look, a red high pigment lipstick (£19.50) and a black gel eyeliner (£19.50). There are also two limited edition items; a make-up palette compact with cute deco detailing (£57) and a stunning set of false eyelashes (£55) embellished with real Swarovski crystals.
You can buy the collection exclusively from Selfridges
Add some vintage glamour to your dressing table with the Besame cosmetics range, available from What Katie Did.
Besame is a modern company that looks to the past for its colour and product range and also with its packaging. The Enchanting Lipsticks range, as shown above, includes nine different retro-inspired shades which all come in a 1940s bullet-shaped metallic tube, decorated with Art Deco-style patterns. Founder of the range, Gabriela Hernandez designed the packaging based on vintage cases in her own collection and the lipstick is sized to match at only 55mm high.
The range also includes rouge and shadow – essential for any wannabe pin-up – and prides itself on using natural ingredients.
Prices start at £11.50 while the lipsticks cost £13 each.
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