Next month sees the arrival of new-to-the-UK beauty brand, Fusion Beauty, who will launching exclusively into Space NK. 2016 is welcoming a wealth of great American beauty brand that are finally crossing the water, and Fusion Beauty is most definitely one of the brands to get excited about. They’ll be new to us, but definitely not new in general, since they’ve been around since 2005 when the range launched with the LipFusion product which was famed for it’s lip-plumping abilities that resulted in it quickly becoming a best-seller.
Fusion Beauty will launch into Space NK with a small collection of nine products, all of which serve specific purposes. This is interesting as, going by online posts, the range seems to be pretty large and contains a lot of very interesting sounding products, so clearly these nine are just being dripped in to the test to the water. Here’s what we’re getting:
The StimuLashFushion range contains four lash-enhancing products, starting with the Lash Enhancing and Lengthening Mascara (£27), Lash Enhancing Liquid Eye Liner ((£26), Advanced Intensive Night Conditioning Lash Enhancer (£79.50) and Brow Grooming and Enhancing Brow Duo (£29.50).
The LashFusion range contains a single product, the XXL Extreme Volume and Long Term Growth Mascara (£24.50).
There are two products in the LipFusion Treatments line, the XXL Advanced Lip Plumping Therapy Intense (£39.50) and the XXL Advanced Priming Plumping Pencil (£19.50).
There are nine shades of the LipFusion Plump and Shine Lipsticks (£19.50 each) and there’s also a GlowFusion Micro-Tech Intuitive Active Bronzer (£19.50).
As you can see, there’s a good mix of treatment and colour products, with the majority of the range focusing on brows, lashes and lips. The lip colours look especially interesting and I’m looking forward to getting my hands on the Priming Plumping Pencil. The Fusion Beauty range launches into Space NK next month (May 2016), with the full range being available online and in selected boutiques. It’s going to be really interesting to see how the UK welcomes this brand that appears to be pretty popular in the USA