Your first look at SOLBody’s new glow oils
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See the swatches of the illuminating new range.
If the winter months have seen the last of your tan well and truly fade away, never fear. SOLBody is dropping four new glowing products for you to bathe yourself in and they land on site tomorrow.
For those who missed the memo, SOLBody was launched in July of this year as the sister brand to affordable beauty label ColourPop Cosmetics. So far the brand's range is limited to its Shimmering Dry Body Oils and Body Kabuki Brushes, but the launch of the Glow Oils tells us that more products are on their way.
Where the Dry Body Oils are infused with oil and leave a glittery sheen behind, the new Glow Oils are made from a different formula. While we don't know exactly what's in them yet, we can tell from the swatches that in place of glitter, the new products leave behind a beautiful, natural-looking glow. Basically, you're going to want to take one of these babies with you on your next island holiday.
The Glow Oils come in four gorgeous shades of Champagne, Rosé, Golden and Caramel to try and accommodate most skin tones. The products also stick to SOLBeauty's usual affordable price point, coming in at just US$15 each. You can shop them from tomorrow on the ColourPop Cosmetics site.
While you're at it, you might also want to consider investing in one of the brand's Body Kabuki brushes. The soft-bristled brushes have been specially made to help with the application of the oils, making it easier to get an even glow with your new beauty buy. At US$12, they're also a bit of a steal.
If you're after some new makeup too, you can also easily toggle between SOLBody and ColourPop on the site to check out some of ColourPop's recent drops like the Strawberry Collection and the Uh-Huh Honey Eyeshadow Palette.
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