Rainbow-Haired Girls Rejoice! BLEACH London Are Launching A Make-Up Line

ELLE columnist and BLEACH London's go-to hairstylist, Lou Teasdale, teased (sorry...) the new make-up line on Instagram.


Calling all BLEACH London addicts, there's now a whole new reason for your obsession to get a little out of hand.

We're talking about the brand spanking new make-up line that ELLE columnist and hair stylist to the stars (can anyone say One Direction?) Lou Teasdale gave us a sneak peak of it on her Instagram this weekend.

Posting a pic of her model BFF and pastel hair muse Georgia-May Jagger, Teasdale added the caption, 'Georgia's face' before finishing with the not-so-subtle #bleachmakeup.


Our deductions tell us a new BLEACH London make-up line could be a comin'.

Working a bruised peach smokey eye and matte pink lips, if Jagger's make-up is anything to go by, we can expect one super cool collection.

Georgias face 😍 #bleachmakeup

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Undertaking a little ELLE investigation, we reckon we might have discovered another cheeky preview of the upcoming make-up line on Georgia-May's own Instagram account.

Posting a different look of taupe eyes and smouldering berry lips (is that an ombre we spy?) by Teasdale on the very same day, Jagger didn't use the hashtag but it all seems mighty coincidental to us...

@louteasdale makeup ❤️ new hair by @alexbrownsell

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Digging deeper, it turns out Lou actually gave us a heads up on the make-up range a whopping 8 weeks ago.

Tagging a selfie captioned 'Awkward peach lip' could Teasdale have revealed part of the collection two months ago?

Time for some hype maths:


Our no.1 rainbow hair inspo Instagram + this year's hottest make-up shade = Too much hype to bear.

Awkward Peach 🍑 lip 🍑 @bleachlondon #bleachmakeup 👀

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It's not that surprising that Teasdale would expand her seriously successful hair business into make-up. Telling ELLE for her Beauty Extremist column last year:

'I've always been somewhat subversive with my makeup-up products; muddled them up; used them somewhere unconventional, maybe unexpected. I can hardly call myself a Beauty Extremist if I play by the rules and keep lipstick for lips and eye shadow for eyes, can I? I'm starting a beauty revolution and my manifesto is concerned with using a product anywhere other than where it's designed to be worn.'

While we don't have much info on exactly what the make-up line will include, w e hear vegan formulas and eco-friendly packaging is a given.

And if Teasdale's rule-breaking approach is anything to go by, expect multi-tasking products in crazy shades. YAS.

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