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Winners: 10th Annual Readers’ Choice Beauty Awards



Photographed by Natasha V. Styled by Rodney Smith. Prop styling by Rodney Smith for

From perfume and mascara to sunscreen and shampoo, we reveal your favourite beauty products. Plus, after a decade of divulging what you can’t live without, we introduce FASHION’s Beauty Hall of Fame to pay special tribute to your most-loved products from the past 10 years.


Eyeshadow: M.A.C
Mascara: Lancôme
Hair colour: L’Oréal Paris
Fragrance: Chanel
Soap: Dove
Razor: Gillette Venus
Nail lacquer: OPI

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Announcing: The winners of our 9th Annual Readers’ Choice Beauty Awards


The Beauty Awards

Illustration by Coco

You spilled the contents of your makeup bag and medicine cabinet to divulge your obsessions. Check out the winning polishes, products and beauty must-haves as chosen by you.

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The buy: Elizabeth Grant Cucumber Gel Mask


oct09elizgrantSetting aside 20 minutes for this green-hued gel face mask ensures a much-needed time out. Plus, it’s cucumber extract calms my sensitive skin while the light, fresh scent relaxes my hamster-wheel mind.

Elizabeth Grant Cucumber Gel Mask ($35,

Daily reads: Sneaker facts, Lady Gaga decoded and East German style

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Face it, you need a facial


Photography by James Lourenço

Montagne Jeunesse face masks. Photography by James Lourenço

I have a confession: The seemingly permanent real estate that the blackheads on my nose have claimed makes me fear they’ll never go away and I’ll have to start referring to them as freckles to avoid the shame of being a beauty director with clogged pores. Even with a finely applied layer of foundation I can’t hide them—a midday shine gives me away, uncovering my dirty little secret. So, in utter despair and, I’m not going to lie, 11 months of unwanted abstinence, I booked a facial ($95) with Jennifer Cueto, aesthetician for Concepts Salon & Spa (60 Bloor St. W., 416-922-1558,

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