Dior Beauty Launches a Gris Dior-Inspired Pop-Up in L.A. + More Beauty News

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Plus, a new summer-in-a-bottle body oil.

Dior Beauty celebrates the launch of a new Gris Dior campaign

Photography Courtesy of Dior

This month, Dior Beauty unveiled a new star-studded campaign for its leading La Collection Privée Christian Dior fragrance, Gris Dior, titled “Dare in Gris Dior.” The brand tapped a talented group of stars from around the globe — Jenna Ortega, Joseph Quinn, Maya Hawke, Fai Khadra, Thuso Mbedu, Orelsan and Liu Yuxin — to front the campaign and flaunt the fragrance. In celebration of this collaboration, a temporary immersive exhibition labelled “The Grey Zone” was launched over in Los Angeles, which showcases the work of five international artists capturing the spirit of Dior and this grey-hued fragrance in their work. One of those artists is Toronto-based creative Ben Johnston, whose mesmerizing paintings you’ll find featured in the gallery. The pop-up runs until April 16, so if you’re in the Golden State and you’d like to experience Dior’s “Grey Zone” for yourself, head over to the Dior site to book a spot.

Ellis Brooklyn channels summer with a nourishing body oil drop

Photography Courtesy of Ellis Brooklyn

Ellis Brooklyn has us feeling the heat this week! Not just because we’ve been experiencing a shocking wave of sunshine across the country this week, but because they’ve just launched a luxurious body oil that smells like summertime. This Sun Fruit Glistening Golden Scented Body Oil is infused with nourishing jojoba oil, squalane, and calendula flower extract, and leaves behind a sunny-scented trail of fresh fig and handpicked jasmine. Ob-sessed.

Bondi Sands unveils a new line of self-tanners

Photography Courtesy of Bondi Sands

Bondi Sands may already be a staple in your self-tanning regimen, but they’ve just revealed a new lineup of self-tanners you’re bound to be obsessed with. Enter their latest product innovation: Technocolour. This one-hour express self-tanning foam is available in four skin-kissed shades that seek to enhance your skin’s natural complexion without changing it. Using the brand’s Dermachromatic Colour Technology, these foams deliver glowing skin-like results thanks to a blend of self-tanning actives, electrolyte hydration, and unique to your skin colour enhancers. What’s more, these products are fully fragrance-free — a.k.a. there’s no trace of funky self-tanner smell here.

Uriage drops a cleansing, purifying and makeup-removing jelly

Photography Courtesy of Uriage

The process of makeup removal and facial cleansing at the end of a long day can feel like a drag at times, but it doesn’t have to. This just-dropped Refreshing Make-up Removing Jelly by Uriage provides an ultra-gentle, yet rejuvenating end-of-day cleanse. It contains 94 per cent of ingredients of natural origin (including Uriage Thermal Water and organic Edelweiss extract) that work to purify the skin and create a fresh sensation upon application due to its unique jelly texture. Cleaner, clearer skin, here we come!

Shoppers Drug Mart collaborates with World Wildlife Fund Canada

Shoppers Drug Mart and World Wildlife Fund Canada (WWF-Canada) have launched a thrilling new partnership that benefits both beauty lovers and Canadian critters. In support of the organization’s efforts to restore the habitats of crucial to the environment pollinators and other at-risk species across the country, one dollar from every purchase of a Thoughtful Choices at Shoppers Drug Mart item will be donated to WWF-Canada. The Thoughtful Choices lineup is inclusive of mindfully made beauty and body products that adhere to an eco-conscious set of criteria — including no animal testing, fully recyclable outer packaging, and more. Head to your local Shoppers Drug Mart from now until April 21 and pick up a Thoughtful Choices-approved product to make your purchase count.

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