Health & Beauty

Spring’s Must-Try Beauty Products

May 16, 2018

From Glossier’s new mascara to newcomer brand Summer Fridays (just the name gets us excited), add these products to your beauty bucket list.

Caudalie Premier Cru Precious Oil

Although we’re told to stay away from oils come summer time, this Caudalie dry oil immediately sinks into skin leaving a dewy glow. Made with resveratrol and micro hyaluronic acid, the anti-aging oil smoothens wrinkles while moisturizing the skin with sustainably sources ingredients like jojoba wax, grape-seed, coriander, and prickly pear oil. Use as a moisturizer after toning or mix a small drop with foundation for an even, luminous complexion.

Premier Cru Precious Oil, $89

 

Kate Somerville ExfoliKate

Somerville’s award-winning exfoliator is widely known as “The Hollywood 2-minute Facial.” Lactic acid and silica work together to penetrate the skin and exfoliate while papaya, pineapple, and pumpkin enzymes work to remove dead skin. Skin is left renewed, even, and soothed with aloe vera, honey, and vitamins A, C, and E. ExfoliKate should be used twice a week morning or night.

ExfoliKate, $85

Summer Friday’s Jet Lag Mask

If there’s anyone we trust in beauty, its Marianna Hewitt. Founded by the beauty mogul and Lauren Gores, Summer Fridays’ Jet Lag Mask gives us all the vacation feels with a hydrating mask that will have you looking better off the plane than you did when you got on. Leave on for 10 minutes and let the Vitamin C, B, and green tea work some first class magic.

Jet Lag Mask, $48

KNC Beauty Star Eye Mask

Kristen Noel Crawley’s KNC Beauty took over our social feeds with its lip masks earlier this year, and now they’ve launched an out-of-this-world eye mask. All natural and infused with retinol, the gold mask smoothens and plumps the skin with collagen and calming aloe vera to eliminate under eye bags in just 15 minutes. Apply nightly and massage the serum into your skin.

Star Eye Mask, $24.99

Playa Pure Dry Shampoo

When the temperatures get hot and humid, dry shampoo becomes our closest confidant. And no one knows how to keep your hair looking 100% by the beach better than California-based brand Playa. Unlike most dry shampoos that leave your hair heavy and white, the Pure Dry Shampoo is made with rose petal powder to keep the hair soft while star anise antiseptic works to remove excess oils. Added bonus, it smells incredible.

Pure Dry Shampoo, $26

Ouai Sun Of A Beach Ombré Spray

Look sun-kissed without even hitting the beach. From Jen Atkin’s Ouai, the Sun of a Beach Ombré Spray is sunshine in a bottle meant to lighten your hair with just a few sprays. Made with activated lemon infused coconut water and pineapple, the spray works on existing highlights or un-died hair. Mist onto clean, damp hair, comb through, and step into direct sunlight for salon worthy color.

Sun of a Beach Ombré Spray, $24

Glossier Lengthening Mascara 

Cult-favorite Glossier adds another product to their makeup line with their version of extensions for your eyelashes. After 248 formulas, the mascara is smudge and flake proof and meant to withstand anything a day throws your way. It’s water-resistant (not to be confused with waterproof) and made with a strengthening and conditioning formula for longer lashes over time.

Lash Slick, $16

 

**This article was originally published for Forbes.com.

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