products for pale skin

More products for pale skin: foundation and concealer from Dainty Doll

Good news for my fellow palefaces: the Dainty Doll range, which was created in 2008 by Girls Aloud’s Nicola Roberts and Jelly Pong Pong, to cater to those of us who’re a whiter shade of pale, is due to release a selection of brand new products later this month. This time, however, the range will be produced by Original Additions, the brand behind Eylure and Elegant Touch, and will include some extra products.

I loved the colour of the original Dainty Doll foundation, but didn’t love the texture, so I’m really excited to learn that there’ll be a new mineral foundation as part of this launch, along with more concealers, plus blusher, lipsticks and more. You can take a look under the jump to read a bit more about these products: I’m really hoping to get my hands on some of them when they become available, in which case you can expect reviews of some of them, too.

In the meantime, these will all be available exclusively from Harrods from August 24th, and then at from the end of September.

Dainty Doll Loose Mineral Powder Foundation, £19

A loose powder with a built-in brush, containing SPF 18 and vitamin E.Available in VEry Light, Light, Medium and Dark.

Dainty Doll Concealer, £14

New full-coverage concealer with anti-inflammatory ingredients, and enriched with shea butter to help condition and protect the skin.

Dainty Doll Concealer Click Pen, £12

Perfect for brightening and highlighting, this comes in an easy-click pen.

Dainty Doll Eyeshadow Base, £11
Keeps shadow crease=free and amplifies colour.

Dainty Doll Eyeshadow, £11

Heavily pigmented pots of colour, in four new shades.

Dainty Doll Blusher, £13

Soft blushers with a compact mirror, in three shades: Hippy Shake (lilac), My Girl (pink) and Money Talks (bronze)

Wonderbalm, £20

The first skincare product to be added to the Dainty Doll line, this can be used on the hands, feet, knees and elbows to soften the skin, or on the lips and brown bones to add a sotf sheen.

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  • I’m glad you can buy it in store now. I don’t think you could buy the original range apart from online @ASOS which is a big marketing flaw. I want to use try before I buy! Having testers will make all the difference. I can test if it actually suits my pale skin.


    August 12, 2010
  • I wish they sell this in Brazil #sad
    Nicola will be at Harrods on August 24th to launch the range *-*

    August 12, 2010
  • ilexica


    I’ll be interested to know what you think if you get hold of some. I love the concept, but I bought some of the original foundation but thought the formula was craptastic so it went in the bin. I’m hoping the reboot will have the products to match the ideal!

    August 15, 2010