These are the 6 products you need to add to your beauty bag

Meet your new-season beauty heroes
These are the six must-wear products you need to have on your hit list…

If ever you needed an excuse to treat yourself to some new beauty buys, the arrival of a new season combined with the relaxing of lockdown rules is the perfect reason to restock your bathroom cabinet.

With that in mind, our Beauty Director Shannon Peter has teamed up with Lookfantastic to pick out some of her very favourite beauty products and assemble them as a limited edition box set. Containing six full-size products that are suitable for all women and worth over £200, the box costs just £65, and even comes with a three-month digital subscription to Stylist magazine.

These are the six beauty products you'll find within to help you create your ideal post-lockdown glow-up…

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Laura mercier / £6.40
Pure Canvas Hydrating Primer
A replenishing primer that sits perfectly under makeup to give your skin a welcome hit of all-day moisture
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NARS / £16.50
Mini Dragon Girl Lip Pencil
A pocket-sized lippy in the perfect pinky-hued red shade - just the thing to ease you back in after months of bare lips
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Skinesis Platinum Stem Cell Eye Mask
A luxurious eye-mask, designed to lift, tighten and hydrate even the most tired-looking peepers
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111SKIN / £85
Cryo ATP Sports Booster
An energising serum that mimics the effect of cryotherapy to brighten up your complexion
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ELEMIS / £44
Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm
A thick, effective cleansing balm that will melt away even the sturdiest make-up and most heavy-duty SPF
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Elasticizer Deep-Conditioning Treatment
Add to your hair pre-wash for added elasticity, bounce and hydration
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