Finishing Touches

From a manly moisturiser to the perfect lippy, this season, his and hers beauty products come with an art deco edge

For a closer look at the products, click on the image on the right.

Beauty

Pure colour nail lacquer: £14, Estée Lauder, esteelauder.co.uk



Skinleya, anti-ageing lift foundation: £110, Sisley, sisley-cosmetics.com, 020 7591 6380



Rouge pure shine lipstick in 30 shimmering pink: £22.50, Yves Saint Laurent, available nationwide



Fan di Fendi: £39.95 for 30ml, Fendi, Boots nationwide



Passion face palette: £35, Clarins, 0800 036 3558



Candy Eau de Parfum: £40 for 50ml, Prada, 020 7494 6220



Precision ink: £17, Illamasqua, illamasqua.com



Aromatics elixir solid perfume necklace: £50, Clinique, clinique.co.uk, 0870 034 2566, available from 7 October, or now exclusively at Harrods



Le Prisme Blush Glow in Lune Rosée no 41: £29.50, Givenchy, 01932 233 824

Grooming

Colonia, designer edition: £104, Acqua di Parma, harrods.com



Suprême Night Secret, night cream: £195, Dr Sebagh, drsebagh.com



Eau Sauvage eau de toilette: £44 for 50ml, 020 7216 0216 or dior.com



Pour un Homme de Caron: £48 for 75ml, Fortnum & Mason, 020 7734 8040



Le Soin Noir Serum: £245.50, Givenchy, harrods.com



La Fumée eau de parfum: £60 for 50ml, Miller Harris, millerharris.com



Pardon perfume: £108, Nasomatto, averyfineperfumeries.com/uk



BDY-WS FIRE body wash: £17, Kyoku, liberty.co.uk

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