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Wei Yeen Weighs In: June beauty favourites—Chanel, Shiseido, Fenty Beauty and more

Wei Yeen Weighs In: June beauty favourites—Chanel, Shiseido, Fenty Beauty and more

Text: Wei Yeen Loh


We tried-and-tested these beauty products and here's what we kept in our arsenal this June

This month, our favourite beauty products run the gamut from sheer highlighters for an au naturel, post-lockdown glow, cream blushes for a radiant flush and a couple of skincare keepers that are worthy of bagging:

new-age glow

Chanel les beiges sheer healthy glow highlighting fluid


Chanel-Les-Beiges-Sheer-Healthy-Glow-Highlighting-Fluid

First thoughts: Easily blendable texture that isn't viscous or goopy—really weightless and leaves an ultra-natural finish. I like that it left a subtle scent on the skin—even better when applied on the décolletage/arms for a subtle glow.

worth scoring if: You're steering clear from the high-impact, blinding highlighter finish and looking to ace the summer-ready glow that'll turn heads under the sun.

RM200, now available at Chanel Beauty boutiques and counters at departmental stores

 

Line it up

shiseido LipLiner Inkduo


Shiseido LipLiner InkDuo Review

First thoughts: Multifunctional makeup products are the best, especially when it's designed to give you a fuss-free experience (read: no need for sharpeners). The primer works well on my lips and I like that the lip pencil glides on easily—kind of like using crayon, but on my lips instead. Time check: the colour stayed on for a good six hours.

Worth scoring if: You've always been lazy with lip liners (and sharpening your pencils); and if chapped lips are the reason why you only use tinted lip balms.

Now available at Shiseido stores and counters at major departmental stores

 

a Pretty flush

fenty beauty cheeks out freestyle cream blush


Fenty Beauty Cheeks Out Freestyle Cream Blush review

First thoughts: Confession: I'd pick cream blushers or powder and liquid formulations any day. This recent one was a no-brainer—it's sheer, buildable, comes in a tonne of colour options (that I never knew I needed), and it's quite stunning on the skin.

worth scoring if: You don't need a reason, really. Just try it.

RM96, now available at Sephora

 

quench your skin

fresh rose deep hydration oil-infused serum


Fresh Beauty Rose Oil-Infused Serum review

First thoughts: I always feel apprehensive when trying oil-in-anything products, but this one didn't leave my skin greasy or clogged (it is non-comedogenic). It absorbs fast and leaves skin looking fresh (no pun intended) and glowy.

worth scoring IF: You haven't found an oil formulation that is the one—and your skin needs a serious boost of hydration.

RM270, now available at Sephora

 

fountain of youth

clef anti-aging mask


Clef Anti-Aging Mask review

first thoughts: This is made for serial maskers (like yours truly) and while the fit could've been better, the next-morning glow was pretty apparent. It's packed with a lot of essence and felt luxe on the skin as well.

worth scoring: If you can't resist adding another sheet mask to your  already-impressive stash, and for its impressive benefits.

RM128, now available on Clef

 

Check out more episodes of Wei Yeen Weighs In here.

 

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