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Pantone Colour Trend Predictions: Greenery

Pantone Colour Trend Predictions: Greenery
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2017 is to be the year of Greenery if we are to believe the predictions from the experts at Pantone. Whether that means in colour, superfood ingredients such as Kale, Broccoli and Algae, or immersing ourselves more into nature, we can interpret it how we like to use it as a colour of hope and revitalisation.

Greenery is nature’s neutral. The more submerged people are in modern life, the greater their innate craving to immerse themselves in the physical beauty and inherent unity of the natural world - Pantone

To celebrate our Beauty Revolution campaign, we are looking at ways in which you can add a little healthy green into your beauty routine to shake up your skincare regimes and get yourself glowing for 2017.

Add Some Greenery Into Your Beauty Routine

The green "superfoods" breathe hope and vitality back into your complexion, infusing your skin with the necessary nutrients it needs to become its healthiest and most gorgeous. Considering the shade Greenery has been inspired by hope and rejuvenation, it seems only fitting that we pay homage to those ingredients that revitalise and breathe new life into our complexions.

  • 1.The "Super Greens"

    The "Super Greens"

    The "Super Greens"

    4.67 Stars 3 Reviews
    £17.49
    To celebrate Greenery in its entirety, only the "Super Greens" will do. Made up of the most potent and powerful herbs and vegetables that your skin can take in, each ingredient is packed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants your skin needs to stay its healthiest. The Sukin Super Greens Nourishing Chia Seed Oil contains a blend of Kale, Chlorella, Spinach and Parsley to revitalise your complexion and feed it with the energy it needs to glow. But don't worry, you won't look green once it goes onto the skin!
  • 2.The Cucumber

    The Cucumber

    The Cucumber

    £34.00
    Cucumber may seem like a regular household ingredient, but it's actually brilliant for your skin. Packed with water, it helps to hydrate and quench your skin's thirst to restore moisture balance in the cells. Thanks to this, it can help to reduce dark circles around the eyes and leave you looking a lot more refreshed. The Peter Thomas Roth Cucumber Detox Eye Cubes contain a blend of Cucumber and Aloe Vera to soothe and replenish lost hydration, while Caffeine improves the blood flow in the skin so that dark circles and puffiness are reduced.  
  • 3.The Peppermint Oil

    The Peppermint Oil

    The Peppermint Oil

    £22.00
    Peppermint oil is often forgotten about when it comes to skincare, but just like when you drink a cup of Peppermint tea and feel refreshed, it does the same to your skin when applied. It can help to brighten your complexion and prevent your pores from becoming blocked, so your skin stays clear. The Decléor Fresh Purifying Gel is a lightweight cleanser that helps to detox your skin and refresh your complexion. Using a blend of Peppermint Aromatic Water and Green Tea Water, the mousse works hard to eliminate dullness and blemishes.
  • 4.The Kiwi Fruit

    The Kiwi Fruit

    The Kiwi Fruit

    4.53 Stars 15 Reviews
    £25.00
    Kiwi is brilliant for your health. Packed with Vitamins C and E, alongside a host of skin-loving antioxidants, it can brighten the skin and help in the formation of Collagen; keeping your complexion taut, firm and looking youthful. The Antipodes Juliet Brightening Gel Cleanser contains a blend of Kiwi, Hibiscus Flower and Manuka Honey to refine your pores, clear away blemishes and give your skin a glow to lead you into 2017 beautifully.
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