Delilah Cosmetics - Rebecca Barnes
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Delilah Cosmetics

Delilah Cosmetics

There’s a new Brit beauty brand in town, and her name is Delilah. And I’m going to stick my neck out and say that you are going to love her!

While the name instantly conjures up a song by a certain Tom Jones, this is no Welsh flower – it is much more of an English Rose, and it’s a real beauty.

By the way, the name actually means seductive or beguiling; Delilah is best known for the woman who used her beauty to enchant Samson.

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Priced at the upper end of the market, this brand has luxe stamped all over it. The outer packaging is a chic nude colour, while the product itself is stylish, sophisticated and weighty in rose gold and pewter grey.

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It certainly feels like a premium brand, but what about the formulations? For starters, the products are paraben and cruelty free, and the collection itself is carefully edited – colour cosmetics that are ‘easy to use and wear’, they say.

Of the products I’ve played with, the textures are marvellous, really soft and easy to work with. Colours are very wearable, and there are some amazing brushes too. Sunset Compact Matte Bronzer (pictured above) is definitely coming with me to Ibiza in two weeks!

I really feel that Delilah is a brand with longevity, and one that’s destined for major player status.

Find out more about Delilah by visiting www.delilahcosmetics.com. The collection is also available from Richard Ward Metrospa in London and other selected boutique retail locations.

*PR samples

 

 

 

 

Rebecca Barnes
rebeccabjourno@gmail.com
1Comment
  • Vee
    Posted at 17:53h, 02 September Reply

    Oooh I love a new brand. Those blushes look divine! !

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