Trend To Try: Sweet Selection | People Magazine

Trend To Try: Sweet Selection

MOST of us have a sweet tooth.  And there’s nothing wrong with indulging, but if you want to slow down on the calorie intake, there’s always other ways to treat yourself. Indulge your sweet tooth at the dab of a lip balm, sweep of a blusher or flick of a mascara wand. You can Instantly sweeten up your beauty routine with these buys. Have a taste!

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Volume Stylist 18hr Curl & Hold Mascara: R59.95, Essence


TRANSFER the best hairstyling trends to your lashes! Long-lasting volume, plus curl that stays where it belongs thanks to micro styling waxes and an innovative paddle brush.

Orange Continuous Color Pigments: R99.95, By Black Radiance, Dis-Chem

CREATE a bold new look with vivid imagination! Transform eyes with color-popping pigment and shimmering effects that add drama and intensity.

Nail Lacquer In Peach Side Babe: R99.95, Essie

Sweet. Gorgeous. Hot. This sun-ripe peach tempts every sense with freshly-picked colour.

Instant Light Lipstick: R315, Clarins

CANDY-flavoured melt-in lip balm melds with the lips like a second skin to deliver a tinted glossy finish.


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Pineapple Paradise Strobing Bronzer Highlighting Due: R650, By Too Faced, Muse Beauty

A two-in-one velvet bronzer and glimmer highlighter to help you achieve a customised bronze. Plus, it’s pineapple-scented too.

Boi-ing Airbrush Concealer: R315, By Benefit, Edgars

AIRBRUSHING for all! Your ‘real-life retouch’ that blurs, smooths and conceals dark under eye circles & fine lines.

Lip Cheat Pillow Talk Lip Liner: R490, By Charlotte Tilbury, Muse Beauty

THE secret to a perfect pout, a super-smooth, snag-free formula like this one. It’s packed with long-wear pigment to create an even lip line and prevent colour from bleeding.

Eye Pop Eye Shadow: R300, Clinique

SILKY, long-wearing eye shadow that delivers an instant pop of colour for a virtually powderless look.



I am Beauty Editor at People Magazine and a make-up artist. I have worked with many celebrities, including, Phumeza Mdaba, Boity, Zuraida Jardine and Rolene Strauss. I always knew I would work in magazines, as I grew up in publishing (my parents are publishers). When I’m not writing beauty or following my passion for make-up, I can be found reading and spending time with family and friends. I am also a tea-lover

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