Farfetch Beauty Launch 2022: 26 Beauty Items to Stock Up On
Just when we thought Farfetch’s assortment of fashionable finds couldn’t get any better, the retailer launched a new addition: Farfetch Beauty. Following the announcement of its acquisition of Violet Grey earlier this year, now you can shop for high-performance beauty products from over 100 brands, in the same cart as your style favorites.
A quick peruse through the platform allows you to discover offerings from the likes of Chanel, Gucci, Tom Ford, Augustinus Bader, Olaplex, and Dr. Barbara Sturm amongst others. Basically, Farfetch translated its luxury fashion curation to the beauty world; so you know you’re shopping the best of the cosmetics industry—be it a classic established brand, or others new and trendy.
“We knew we had to offer beauty in an ‘only on Farfetch’ way—combining our know-how in bringing together a diverse community of expert voices that resonate with the modern beauty customer and their needs,” said the company’s Chief Brand Officer Holli Rogers in a press release. “Beauty is such an important way for people to be able to express themselves and their individuality—it’ s transformative. We took this as an opportunity to shake up the online beauty retail experience by bridging fashion and beauty to appeal to our existing audience of fashion lovers.”
With the launch too comes the formation of Farfetch’s global beauty collective comprised of a star lineup of beauty experts, tastemakers, and creatives—from celebrity hairstylist Jawara to board-certified dermatologist Dr. Michelle Henry.
All in all, keep Farfetch in mind for your beauty must-haves. With that, make your way to the site to shop all the luxurious skin care, makeup, hair care, and fragrance goodies you’ve been eyeing.
It’s no secret that skin is in, so ahead of warm, summertime temps, get your best skin yet with skin-care salves that certainly won’t disappoint. Most could benefit from Chanel’s nourishing cream-to-foam cleanser, or Augustinus Bader’s ultra-rich cream suitable for daily wear. On the serum front, U Beauty’s retinol-infused serum offers anti-aging and exfoliating benefits, while Eighth Day’s Regenerative Serum has earned a lasting spot in celebrity makeup artist Dani Kimiko Vincent’s routine. Otherwise, perhaps you’re in need of solutions for eye bags and dark circles—111Skin’s eye masks or BeautyStat’s Universal C Eye Perfector will do the trick. Finally, you can’t go wrong with a pore-refining SPF or fine line smoothing microcurrent device.
Makeup mavens can find stellar picks at Farfetch too. There are reliable classics like Armani Beauty’s Luminous Silk Foundation or Chanel’s beloved mascara. Or, there are buzzy staples like Westman Atelier’s blush stick or YSL Beauty’s slim velvety lip. And for the ultimate glow, amp up any makeup look with Gucci’s bronzer powder across the cheeks or Charlotte Tilbury’s Pillow Talk palette atop the eyelids.
Whether you’re leaning into protective styles, went through a hair transformation, or hope to maintain your precious strands, there’s no better time than now to give your hair a little TLC. To improve hair health over time, all hair types could benefit from Dr. Barbara Sturm’s scalp serum or Olaplex’s conditioning treatment. For the look of thicker hair, R+Co Bleu’s Thickening Shampoo would make an excellent wash day addition. On the other hand, a new comb and brush could enhance your detangling and styling capabilities.
Attention fragrance fanatics: Farfetch’s perfume and cologne assortment is good too. Following the debut of the late Virgil Abloh’s Off-White Paperwork, the beauty collection’s four signature scents are available to shop now, though we’re particularly into Solution 2—a blend of tangerine leaves, vetiver, ginger, and woods. Perhaps you’d be interested in Gucci Guilty, which fashion assistant Laniya Harris-Pringle considers her go-to perfume. Tom Ford’s spicy Ombré Leather or Frédéric Malle’s lush Synthetic Jungle are thoughtful considerations as well.
Bath & Body
Bath and body care offers an intense self-care moment when you treat yourself to a curated ritual right at home. Aesop Resurrection Aromatique wash makes hand washing a luxurious experience, as Nécessaire’s body wash does for bathing. Or, Susanne Kaufmann’s bath oil and African Botanics’ body oil deliver a moisturizing aromatic experience, though the latter even helps improve the look of stretch marks and scars.