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Topshop's Beauty Range Is Finally Back In Stores

Topshop's Beauty Range Is Finally Back In Stores

Topshop's own-brand beauty range is finally making its way back into stores and online after it was pulled earlier this year.

Despite doubts from sceptics, the high street fashion retailer's collection was a shopper favourite for its affordable price tags, fashion-forward colour range of lipsticks and on-trend eyeshadows.

But thankfully, the products are all in back in-stores having been reformulated, repackaged and expanded, combining some aspects from the older collection into this new range.

Credit: Topshop
Credit: Topshop
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The formulations are suited to all skin types, and are also Leaping Bunny certified as cruelty-free.

Topshop's eyeshadows now come in six different finishes - matte, metallic, satin, sparkly, chrome and crayons.

There is also volume-boosting mascaras, eyeliners, eyelid primers and brow-taming products.

The high street fashion brand's lipsticks are back too in slightly different packaging, and there's a huge 83 different colours to choose from, including the sell-out colour Rio Rio - a gorgeous red - to sweep across your pout.

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Topshop's range includes nail polishes to paint your talons with in a number of jazzy colours.

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For your skin, there's primers to smooth away fine lines and pores, bronzers to add a little glow to your look in the dreary winter months we're about to embark on, as well as blushers to add a little flush to your cheeks, and highlighters so you can shimmer through Christmas.

The glow pots are also back, which made their way into almost everyone's cosmetics bags last time around.

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Credit: Topshop

You can apply all of these make-up products with Topshop's 10-part strong collection of make-up brushes, as well as a silicone sponge for foundation.

The fashion brand has switched up its polka dot and stripy monochrome packaging to a sleek metallic and black look, moving into the more grown-up side of things.

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And the best part? Everything is priced between £5 and £16, meaning you can treat yourself without giving your bank account heart palpitations.

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Topics: Hair and Beauty

Rachel Andrews

Rachel Andrews is an NCTJ trained Journalist at PRETTY52. She specialises in Fashion and Beauty Journalism, and has experience at a range of online and print publications and joined the team in 2017. Contact her - [email protected]