But her new range, developed with model, Kate Upton, takes her in a bold new direction.
Inspired by Upton’s hometown of Miami, the Hot Collection pairs nude eyes with bright splashes of colour on lips and cheeks, evoking hot summer days — which may not always translate in drizzly Ireland.
The new range features three limited-edition shades of Bobbi’s cult favourite, Art Sticks (€26) — in hot berry, pink and orange.
Working as both a liner and a lip colour, these long-lasting crayon pencils are highly moisturising, and the creamy-matte finish makes even the brightest of colours wearable.
Each comes with a sharpener, so you can have the perfect point for extra precision.
The almost-too-pretty-to-use Cheek Palettes (€44) are designed with Bobbi’s signature ‘just-pinched’ look in mind. Dust the softer shade across the cheeks, followed by a pop of the brighter blush on just the apples.
Finish off with a sweep of the highlighter and you’ll have what Bobbi calls “no-nonsense, natural-looking” cheeks. We’re not sure about the no-nonsense part — it’s a three-step blush routine — but the results are vibrant if a little too intense for pale or pink skin-tones.
The Palettes come in three shades: calypso, pink and berry.
Exclusive to Brown Thomas stores nationwide and online.
If you’re anticipating a Valentine’s date that will end with serious snogging, then a heavy-duty lipstick won’t do — smeared lippy is not a good look.
Clarins’s new Instant Light Natural Lip Balm Perfector, €18, on the other hand, gives light colour and shine, moisturises, and smells deliciously like candy floss, too.
In six glossy shades, it’s the perfect date-friendly lippy.
Most of us have neglected to take our make-up off before bed on at least a few occasions, particularly after a late night, but new research from skincare range, Flint + Flint, reveals that more than half of women (57%) regularly don’t wash their face before bed, opting for face wipes instead.
More worryingly, 33% say that they’ve sometimes gone three days without washing their face or body, blaming the dread of having to get up in the morning as the reason.