If you’re the kind of person that tends to break their new year’s resolutions within a matter of weeks, why not set some goals you’re guaranteed to keep instead by pledging to give your beauty stash a much needed upgrade.

If you thought last year topped the list when it came to exciting new launches – think Dyson’s AirWrap, Dior’s Backstage range and Glossier’s Lash Slick – then it’s time to think again because makeup enthusiasts have a lot to look forward to in 2019.

So far, we’ve already seen Fenty Beauty announce the arrival of its groundbreaking 50-shade range of concealer and Charlotte Tilbury unveil its first ever cleanser, but there’s so much more to come.

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If you’re in need of a beauty upgrade, it’s time to start saving as we round up all the new products you can anticipate in the months ahead.

Roller Liner Liquid Liner, £18.50, Benefit: Buy here


Launch date: Available now

If you’re a fan of Benefit’s Roller Lash Mascara then you’ll be pleased to hear the brand has now launched its liquid liner equivalent.

Designed with a longwear and waterproof formula, it promises to last up to 24 hours with minimal smudging or flaking. The liner also features a precision felt tip for sharp controlled lines and super-smooth application.

Charlotte Tilbury, Goddess Cleansing Ritual Cleanser, £32.50, Charlotte Tilbury: Buy here


Launch date: Available now

A brand that’s become a cult favourite among beauty buffs, Charlotte Tilbury has extended its skincare range with the new Goddess Cleansing Ritual.

A two-step cleansing duo that’s been dubbed as “a miracle spa-in-a-jar”, it includes a coconut oil-based, glow-boosting cleanser and a deeply purifying bamboo charcoal cleanser.

While the first step works to improve skin tone, nourish and moisturise, the second step helps to purify and detox.

Fragrance Collection, £49 each, AllSaints: Buy here


Launch date: Available now

A brand best known for its premium leather biker jackets, AllSaints has expanded into the world of beauty with the launch of three new fragrances. 

Designed to be worn by men and women, the scents include Sunset Riot – which contains orange flower and cedarwood – Metal Wave – which contains magnolia and papyrus wood – and Incense City – which contains cypress and incense. 

Laura Mercier, Flawless Lumiere Radiance-Perfecting Foundation, £36, Feel Unique: Buy here


Launch date: Available now

A full-coverage product that’s packed with skin-boosting ingredients, this product is more than just a foundation.

It contains vitamin C which works to reveal brighter, clearer and more even toned skin over time, as well as Silver Ear Mushroom Extract, which provides 15 hours of hydration. 

Fenty Beauty, Pro Filt’r Instant Retouch Concealer, £19, Harvey Nichols: Buy here


Launch date: 11 January 

In recent months, beauty brands have made strides to increase the shade range of their foundations while other products, such as concealer, have been somewhat overlooked. That is, until now. 

Hot on the heels of Fenty Beauty’s Pro Filt’r Soft Matte Longwear Foundation, Rihanna has unveiled the Pro Filt’r Instant Retouch Concealer, which comes in an impressive 50 shades.

The longwear formula is creamy, super-light and can be layered to easily build to full coverage. 

Chanel, Chance Eau Tendre, £65, Boots: Buy here


Launch date: 11 January

The newest addition to the Chance family, Eau de Tendre offers a bolder take on the original fragrance with bursts of jasmine absolute, creamy musks and rose.

The fragrance was created by in-house perfumer Olivier Polge, who has reinterpreted the floral-fruity signature to make it “more intense and more enveloping”.

Nars, Skin Deep Eye Palette, £56, Nars Cosmetics: Buy here


Launch date: 15 January

Nars is well known for its lustworthy eyeshadow palettes and this new offering doesn’t disappoint.

Made with a mix of smoky rich mattes, lustrous shimmers, and smouldering metallic shadows, it includes a range of easy-to-wear colours from rich, cool browns to shimmering gold and rose.

Morphe, Fluidity Full-Coverage Foundation, £16, Morphe: Buy here


Launch date: 17 January

Morphe is leading the way with a new foundation that comes in an awe-inspiring 60 shades.

The brand’s very first matte, full-coverage base, it promises 24-hour transfer and water-resistant wear for all skin types.

Morphe has broken down the 60 shades into five sections – Light, Medium, Tan, Rich and Deep – each of which has 12 shades. To make it even easier, each shade’s undertones are indicated – Cool, Neutral, Olive or Warm. 

Urban Decay Brow Blade, £18, Urban Decay: Buy here


Launch date: 28 February

If you’ve been considering having your brows microbladed but can’t quite muster the gusto to get it done then Urban Decay’s latest product might have the solution. 

Next month, the brand is launching a new dual-ended Blade Brow stain and eyebrow pencil, designed to give you defined, flawless arches. 

Shade-wise, there are seven to choose from including Gingersnap (auburn), Taupe Trap (taupe), Brown Sugar (soft medium brown), Cafe Kitty (warm medium brown), Brunette Betty (warm brown), Neutral Nana (neutral) and Dark Drapes (dark brown). 

Beau de Jour Eau De Parfum, £162.00, Tom Ford: Buy here


Launch date: March

A new masculine fragrance from Tom Ford’s Private Blend line, Beau de Jour is a unique blend of fresh, green notes like lavender, basil and geranium, and smouldering oakmoss and patchouli.

The end result? A spicy, aromatic fragrance that lingers on the skin to deliver a leather-like warmth.

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