Here’s what caught our attention this week.
Ariana Grande wears Canadian brand Velor lashes in her new music video
Pop-R & B superstar Ariana Grande released her 14-track sixth album earlier this week and it turns out the singer wears the Toronto-native false eyelash mark Velor in the music video for her debut single. Positions. Grande’s seamless makeup was done by makeup artist Michael Anthony who used Velor’s You Complete Me faux mink ($ 39) to complement the singer’s sultry look. Get your hands on the lash set here.
Three ship founders strike deal on Dragon’s Den
Connie Lo and Laura Burget, the Toronto duo behind affordable clean and vegan skin care brand Three Ships, appeared on Dragon’s lair Thursday and signed a deal with longtime businessman, venture capitalist and Dragon Jim Treliving. “What a story. Skincare is a tough game, but these Three Ships leaders are up for it,” Treliving tweeted after the episode aired. “I’ve been in this lair for a long time. Beware of team of three ships, “he continued. Lo and Burget first launched their skincare brand in 2017 with just $ 4,000 in the bank and have since grown and rebranded their label, which owns now a revenue project of $ 1.5 million this year alone.In addition, Three Ships has distribution agreements in the United States and Canada, including Whole Foods and the Hudson’s Bay Company, and will launch in over 500 Target locations as well as on Target.com in January 2021. Watch the Dragon’s lair episode here.
Sephora Canada launches its holiday savings event
Calling all Sephora beauty insiders. Beauty giant ICYMI kicked off its Holiday Savings Event on Friday where all Beauty Insider members can save 10 (for Insiders), 15 (for Rouge) and 20 (for VIBs) percent on products from beauty using the promo code HOLIDAYFUN at checkout for the next few weeks. For more details on the multi-day sale event, click here, and if you haven’t yet registered as a Beauty Insider member, click here.
The green beauty brand Antipodes deposits an ultra-rich moisturizer in water gel
New Zealand skincare brand Antipodes, beloved by famous faces like Cara Delevingne, Elle Macpherson and Sam Smith, is known for their clean, plant-based formulas that contain natural ingredients, many of which are sustainably sourced and cultivated. in New Zealand. . This week, the green beauty player has just added a new product to its certified organic line, Baptise H2O Ultra-Hydrating Water Gel ($ 52). Made with key ingredients like New Zealand manuka honey, hyaluronic acid and hibiscus flower, the lightweight hydrating gel dehydrates dehydrated, thirsty skin while revitalizing skin cells and protecting complexion from the skin. environmental aggressions.
Monat launches shiny new hair mist
Cooler Canadian temperatures can mean dull manes, among other hair issues, but Monat is here to defend your locks. The brand’s new Studio One Shine Hair and Skin Mist ($ 52) contains over thirteen nourishing botanical oils and extracts, like grapeseed and sweet almond, and works to fight frizz and add hydration while leaving a brilliant shine with each spray. Bonus: It has been formulated to work on all hair types.