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In with the new

Seasonal nail shades, haircare innovations and skincare solutions are among the latest products to hit the market in 2023


Guinot's newest addition to its anti-ageing Longevity range is Sérum Age Immune. Formulated with ingredients that promise to instantly restore youth and radiance to the complexion, the serum is designed to slow down the skin’s biological clock. It directly activates the skin’s immune system so it can defend itself.

RRP: €286.50


R+Co has a number of new launches, including Ring Tone Ultra Defining Gel Crème, a gelée to elongate, smooth and define curls, while adding shine; and Cassette Curl Defining Masque, which penetrates deeply to prevent split ends on curly hair. Also new is Zipper Multitasking Styling Lotion, a multipurpose lotion with a frizz-fighting formula.

RRP: €29.50 (Ring Tone Ultra Defining Gel Crème); €39.90 (Cassette Curl Defining Masque); €29.50 (Zipper Multitasking Styling Lotion)


Danessa Myricks Beauty's new Yummy Skin Serum range consists of two Glow Serums to hydrate and prime skin, and 26 shades of Serum Foundation in a variety of tones, from pale to dark. Formulated with skin-caring ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, jojoba seed oil, squalene, maracuja oil, turmeric oil and ginger root oil, a single drop of foundation can cover the whole face if mixed with the serum.

Trade: €29


L’Oreal Professionnel's iNOA range is relaunching for 2023 with a new vegan formula and a selection of new shades. Originally introduced a decade ago, and featuring 10 shades, the ammoniafree permanent hair colour line is formulated with oil for high-shine colour and optimal scalp comfort.

Trade: €14.80


Ciaobrow Brow Boost has been formulated to give brows the strength, protection and conditioning they need to counteract chemical treatments and make-up. The nourishing masque promises to repair damage and prevent further breakage from over-plucking, waxing or threading, as the creamy solution penetrates the hairs to give thicker, stronger and healthier brows.

RRP: €30


Colorworld is CND’s largest collection to date, which consists of 14 shades in total. The line-up includes Maple Leaves, a warm burnt orange; Vintage Blue Jeans, a soft dusty blue; Gilded Sage, a light soft green; and Above My Pay Gray-ed, a solid stone grey. Available in both Vinylux and Shellac, the collection was designed to feature the most requested shades by nail professionals.

Trade: €5.70 each/€79.20 full collection (Vinylux); €16 each/€223.80 full collection (Shellac)


Brow Code has relaunched its Brow Gold Nourishing Growth Oil, which is formulated with 100% natural ingredients. Promising to stimulate growth, the aftercare oil also nourishes, enhances and promotes the health of brow hair, leaving it thicker and fuller.

Trade: €25.50 (30ml)


Hydrafacial and Murad have extended their partnership with the launch of Murad Clarifying Booster for use in Hydrafacial treatments. The exclusive booster contains Murad’s RepleniCell technology for hydration, along with salicylic and glycolic acids to accelerate cell renewal. The booster joins Murad’s Retinol and Vita-C booster in the line-up for use with Hydrafacial’s protocol.

RRP: €46 to add the booster to a facial


QOD's Pro More Volume range is formulated with ingredients such as cupuaçu butter and a blend of natural oils to nourish, moisturise and smooth the hair. It also contains wheat protein to add volume, and panthenol to enhance shine, softness and strength. The line includes Pro More Shampoo, Conditioner and Leave-In.

RRP: from €16.50


Color Wow has launched Curl Wow, which has been formulated with new 'naked technology'. The profaxil-18 complex breaks down the large particles in oils so that they can easily flow down the hair shaft and penetrate the cuticle. In addition, the MEA-18 component of this complex forms a seal that locks in moisture, smooths frizz and feels dry to the touch – giving natural curls shine and bounce, without weighing them down. The collection includes a pre-shampoo treatment to prevent snags and knots, shampoo, conditioner, a serum, and a bi-phase leave-in spray.

RRP: from €28


Salon System has doubled the size of its Gellux Builder Gels collection with four new shades. New colours include a Clear builder, plus three additional neutral shades: Bare Natural, Diamond Pink and Warm Pink. The gels can be used to add strength and length to natural nails, or with tips and nail forms to create enhancements.

Trade: €13.60 each


Irish-owned Voduz has launched its new Nourishing range, which features four homecare products designed to restore the hair’s moisture levels, bringing it back to good health with the help of natural sugars and key active ingredients. The line includes Cleanse It shampoo, Condition It conditioner, Care For It detangling fluid and Complete It, a deep conditioning moisture masque.

RRP: from €15.95


Eminence’s Kombucha Microbiome Luminosity Serum promises to illuminate the appearance of the skin with its combination of kombucha, white tea, ginger and jasmine, which unite with microbiome-friendly prebiotics, probiotics and postbiotics to bring out a visibly renewed look. Suitable for all skin types, this gel serum can be used daily.

RRP: €115


Kemon’s Actyva Coloro Demi-Permanent Color is an illuminating colour treatment featuring a special formulation and new technology, which allows it to deliver shine and long-lasting results on any hair colour, including grey/white. Also new from Kemon is the Actyva Colore Brillante Anti-Yellow Booster, which is designed to remove undesirable yellow tones, create cool tones and provide protection, hydration and shine to the hair fibre.

Trade: €6.83 (Actyva Coloro Demi-Permanent Color) RRP: €17 (Actyva Colore Brillante Anti-Yellow Booster)


The LVL CertaLashLift System combines the fix and tint stages of a lash lift for a 33% faster processing time. The five-step kit includes CeraLashBond bonding gel; CeraLashLift balm; CeraLashFix and CeraLashTint, combined to minimise potential overprocessing; CeraLashBalance; and CeraLashRestore.

Trade: €59.85 (five-treatment kit)


Great Lengths has launched its Fashion Colours Collection, featuring 12 brand new shades. The trend-led palette aims to offer a range of styling possibilities and create more opportunities for clients to experiment with trending looks, without long-term commitment. Featuring Mermaid Locks, Peekaboo Hair and Grey Blending, the shades are available as 16-inch lengths in both GL Pre Bonded and GL Tapes,

RRP: available on request


DIBI Milano has developed two homecare treatments to target specific areas of the body, promising visible results. Shape Refine is aimed at clients who want to streamline the critical areas and have a remodelled silhouette. The Tonic Lifter kit is designed for those who want to firm up softer areas, and have toned, younger looking skin. Both kits come in special pouches.

RRP: €75.00


Ultraceuticals’ new PHA Refining Solution is a mild and hydrating peel aimed at first-time peel users, which contains a skin-identical acid that promises to rejuvenate all skin types. Requiring minimal to no down time, it also allows clients to continue use of active ingredients pre-treatment and post-treatment.

Trade: available on request


So[Me]Care combines innovative technology with restorative 55°C heat therapy, promising to delivering spa-like rejuvenation from home. The anti-bacterial silicone touchpoints massage the skin, gently pulling excess oil, make-up and dirt away from deep inside the pores. The eight sonic vibration settings increase the skin’s blood flow, restoring, toning and renewing the skin’s connective tissues in the process.

RRP: €129


Olaplex has launched No.4C Bond Maintenance Clarifying Shampoo in a 1000ml salon size. The shampoo, powered by the brand’s broad-spectrum clarifying system, promises to deliver a powerful, deep cleanse, removing build-up and impurities, and clearing the way for healthier hair.

Trade: €55

This article appears in the Jan/Feb 2023 Issue of Professional Beauty & HJ Ireland

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This article appears in the Jan/Feb 2023 Issue of Professional Beauty & HJ Ireland