The Ordinary Launches a Lash and Brow Serum + Other Beauty News

Photography courtesy of The Ordinary

Including Estée Lauder’s next step toward making success more accessible to women.

By
Sarah Mariotti

Date June 11, 2022

The Ordinary launches a lash and brow serum

Photography courtesy of The Ordinary

This week, The Ordinary launched a new serum to promote fuller, healthier and denser looking eyelashes and eyebrows. Used just twice each day, the four peptide technologies featuring 11 active ingredients and natural extracts nourishes and protects those coveted facial features, right from the root. And at the humble price of $14.50, The Ordinary Multi-Peptide Lash & Brow Serum is sure to find its way into beauty routines nationwide.

Local brand alert: Montreal’s V*Gam Biome is simply scientific

Photography courtesy of V*Gam Biome

This local brand just hit our inbox, and we’re no gatekeeper. Led by biochemist Dr. Mireille Vega, V*Gam Biome is in the business of making skincare simple and science-backed with a three-step regimen. Grossly aware that factors like environment, travel, seasonal changes and hormones can disrupt the skin’s optimal balance, the unisex facial cleanser, mineral serum and facial cream conjointly aim to offer an easy-to-use solution that works on all skin types and adapts to their changing needs.

Haus Labs by Lady Gaga yields a new beauty

Two years in the making, Haus Labs by Lady Gaga is here. It’s a total reinvention of the multihyphenate’s original cosmetic company, Haus Laboratories — and this time she’s tied it to an ethos of clean artistry (read: skin loving ingredients that are kind to people, the planet and animals). In Gaga’s interview with FASHION, she dishes on the significance behind the rebrand, as well as the intangible thing that makes her feel most beautiful. The colourful assortment of products can be shopped at HausLabs.com, on Sephora.ca and at 25 select Sephora stores.

Estée Lauder Canada launches the Emerging Leaders Fund this week in partnership with Vital Voices

Estée Lauder’s 75-year legacy tells the story of what one visionary woman has achieved. This week, the brand has launched the Estée Lauder Emerging Leaders (ELEL) Fund to advance a new generation of women leaders. Partnering with Vital Voices as the first grantee, the fund has created an immersive program called VV Visionaries that will offer these women an increased access to mentorship, training and a breadth of networks.

Rebel Mama and Miss Jones are destigmatizing cannabis use

This Thursday, June 16, an educational pop-up shop is coming to Toronto. Rebel Mama x Miss Jones is an approachable and personalized shopping experience focused on women who are curious about incorporating cannabis into their regimen, but don’t know where to start. The curated edit of products, sourced from cannabis and wellness brands such as Wana, Little Victory and Madge and Mercer, is a must see. Grab your free ticket here. Can’t make it? You can catch the collab at all 20 Miss Jones Outposts across Ontario from June 16 through July 10.