Last Updated on May 2, 2022
As you probably already know, Farfetch recently launched a new beauty platform.
The online marketplace has long been the home of hundreds of luxury labels including Gucci, Prada, Burberry and Off-White, as well as mid-range brands like Ganni, STAND STUDIO, Stine Goya and Baum und Pferdgarten.
The selection is pretty much endless, but if that wasn’t enough to satisfy your shopping needs, there’s now a host of beauty brands to sink your teeth into as well.
As is clear from the roster of great brands, Farfetch only stock the best products on the market and the same stands when it comes to their beauty section.
I’m confident in saying that whether you’re a self-confessed beauty aficionado or are looking for somewhere to start, you’re in safe hands – particularly as there’s a Global Beauty Community on-site.
Here, you can find beauty tutorials, ask fellow members as many questions as your heart desires, find beauty hacks and review products you’ve tried out.
So where should you start? With labels like La Mer and Off-White to choose from, you’re not short of options.
Here are my favourite brands on Farfetch that you’re going to love too.
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La Mer is a brand that needs no introduction, but I’ll give it a go.
When Dr. Max Huber suffered a lab accident, he spent 12 years on 6,000 experiments to discover a fermentation process to turn sea kelp and a selection of other pure ingredients into the brand’s Miracle Broth™.
Perhaps you’ve heard of Crème de la Mer, the cult moisturiser that promises to heal dry skin, soften fine lines and wrinkles and strengthen the skin’s natural barrier. The results speak for themselves on this one.
Crème de la Mer Moisturizing Cream, from £75 – buy now
The Eye Balm Intense, £185 – buy now
The Neck and Décolleté Concentrate cream, £200 – buy now
Charlotte Tilbury enjoyed an unbelievably successful career as one of the world’s leading make-up artists, working her magic on stars including Kim Kardashian, Amal Clooney, and Miranda Kerr before she launched her own beauty range in 2013.
Just seven years later, Tilbury sold her award-winning brand to Puig, the company behind brands including Paco Rabanne and Jean Paul Gaultier for a staggering £1 billion.
Now one of the biggest beauty brands in the world, some of the most wanted products include her Matte Revolution lipstick in Pillow Talk, Magic Serum Crystal Elixir and Filmstar Bronze and Glow – all of which are available on Farfetch now.
Charlotte’s Magic Serum Crystal Elixir, from £26 – buy now
Filmstar Bronze & Glow, £49 – buy now
Pillow Talk Diamonds lipstick, £26 – buy now
Aesop is another cult favourite, particularly as all of its products are vegan and cruelty-free.
The brand was founded in Melbourne, Australia, in 1987, when hairdresser Dennis Paphitis tried mixing essential oils into hair products to balance out the scent of ammonia.
He formulated his own hair products, and today the line includes skincare, including hand wash, moisturisers and serums.
Rose Hair & Scalp Moisturising Masque, from £25 – buy now
Breathless body oil, £25 – buy now
Resurrection Aromatique hand wash, £29 – buy now
As expected from Gucci, the beauty counterpart is as ornately-packaged and luxurious as its clothing line.
Whether you’re topping up on your Flora fragrance or nabbing a hydrating lip balm, Gucci Beauty is a foolproof option.
A more recent addition to the range is The Alchemist Garden fragrance collection, its first ever Haute Perfumery line. Consisting of luxe blends from master perfumer Alberto Morillas under Alessandro Michele’s creative direction, the bottles are equally decadent.
READ MORE: The Best Gucci Perfumes, Ranked
Flora Gorgeous Gardenia eau de parfum, from £55 – buy now
Vernis à Ongles nail polish, £24 – buy now
Rouge à Lèvres Mat lipstick, £36 – buy now
Tom Ford Beauty
Unrivalled when it comes to quality, Tom Ford Beauty is another heavy hitter on Farfetch.
The brand is perhaps best known for its iconic fragrances, but if you’ve never tried its creamy lipsticks or shimmery eyeshadows, I urge you to.
Lip Color lipstick, £44 – buy now
Black Orchid eau de parfum, from £94 – buy now
Eye Color Quad eyeshadow palette, £68 – buy now
This month Off-White dropped its first of a four-part debut beauty collection.
Paperwork includes a selection of four genderless fragrances developed by the late Virgil Abloh before his untimely death and a selection of renowned perfumers.
There will be more. The next chapters are Imprint, a collection of multi-use pigment crayons; Template, a collection of stencils to ‘tag up’ the face and body; and Colour Matter, a range of six nail polishes in innovative finishes.
Watch this space.
“PAPERWORK” SOLUTION No. 1 eau de parfum, £135 – buy now
“PAPERWORK” SOLUTION No. 2 eau de parfum, £135 – buy now
“PAPERWORK” SOLUTION No. 3 eau de parfum, £135 – buy now
“PAPERWORK” SOLUTION No. 4 eau de parfum, £135 – buy now
Last but by certainly no means least is Augustinus Bader.
Bader is a renowned biomedical scientist, physician and one of the most respected experts in the field of stem cell biology and regenerative medicine.
After 30 years of research that saw him develop a Wound Gel to heal severe skin traumas without the need for surgery, the German-born Professor launched his own skincare brand. In just 50 months, the brand has received a staggering 79 awards.
With celebrity fans including Kate Bosworth and Victoria Beckham, his eye cream is said to work wonders.
The Eye Cream, £165 – buy now
The Rich Cream, from £135 – buy now
The Cleansing Balm, £58 – buy now