Huda Kattan recently launched her first ever mascara called Legit Lashes; a double-ended mascara designed to create curl and length on one end, and volume on the other and you can read what we thought of it, and see real-world before and after photos on our Huda Beauty mascara review.
It’s not cheap – coming in at £24 in the UK, or $31 plus shipping tax from the US – but if it actually does the job of two separate mascaras, as promised, we’re willing to take that hit.
Check out our Legit Lashes review, or read on to find out where you can buy Huda Beauty in the UK.
Huda Beauty – the premium cosmetics brand owned by makeup mogul Huda Kattan – is a hugely popular brand loved by celebrities and beauty influencers. Huda’s New Nude eyeshadow palette is the best palette we’ve ever used and you can read why on our list of the best eyeshadow palettes.
Makeup artist Huda began as a blogger and YouTuber in 2010 before launching her self-titled cosmetic line in 2013. The line began with a collection of false eyelashes released through Sephora and has since gone on to become one of the world’s fastest-growing beauty brand.
The full collection went online, at Boots.com, in January, having been available from Cult Beauty and Feelunique for some time. You can also buy it directly from the Huda Beauty website, although you will need to pay a custom cost to have it shipped from the US.
This includes the Wishful Skin range of products, which include the Yo Glow Enzyme Scrub, the Thirst Trap Cocoon Mask and the Wishful Skin Chin Lift. Read more about these products in our Where to buy Wishful Skin guide, and our Wishful Skin Chin Lift review.
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Boots has had a transformative year as it’s gone hard on its plans to “reinvent beauty on the high street”.
Last year, it launched a total of 36 new brands, including Fenty Beauty, Florence by Mills, Morphe and The Ordinary – the latter being a particular, affordable favourite at mamabella. Elsewhere, this year will see the Boots Beauty Crew grow to 1,000 specialists, offering customers advice across all stocked brands – that’s if the coronavirus outbreak doesn’t impact these plans.
And speaking of The Ordinary, Boots recently launched a new ingredient-led skincare collection that features product sold by what’s in them, rather than giving them a fancy marketing name.
This new Boots Ingredients collection features eight products, from a hyaluronic moisturiser, a salicylic acid serum, gycolic acid toner and more. They’re also incredibly cheap, starting at just £7.50.
Victoria is founder and editor-in-chief of mamabella, freelance journalist and Mum. She has a passion for empowering people to feel beautiful whatever their age, size, skin type and budget