The Coolest Beauty Launches Hitting Sephora This March

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While assumptions often get us into trouble, one that’s safe to make is that beauty editors and gurus alike love a good Sephora haul—especially when new products come into the picture. Here, the best launches hitting Sephora this month that are currently on our radar. 

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boscia Green Tea Oil-Free Moisturizer ($38)

Clinically proven to reduce inflammation and sebum production while protecting against free-radical damage, green tea has long been esteemed for its skin-helping benefits. Find it, along with burdock root, wine yeast extract, jojoba leaf and willowherb, in this lightweight hydrator which doesn’t clog pores, but instead absorbs excess oil and keeps your skin shine- and breakout-free all day (and night). 

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Lancôme Click & Glow Highlighting Skin Fluid ($23)

Lancôme’s newest launch doesn’t make you choose between a cream or powder highlighter, instead, because the creamy formula is housed in a click-to-dispense stick, it combines the benefits of both (think a soft, powder finish but the brilliance of a liquid) and deletes any chance of a mess or streaky situation.  

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Bumble and bumble. Sumogel ($29)

This solid, clear gel is perfect for creating the “wet hair” look or for sculpting a perfectly polished updo. Work through damp strands for a style that boasts structure and shine, or apply it straight to dry locks to add must-have texture that’s not the least bit greasy or hard. 

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Ciaté London Dewy Stix ($26)

Enriched with murumuru butter and hyaluronic acid, this game-changing, weightless balm formula delivers supermodel-status skin in just a few swipes by creating that coveted dewy canvas. Glide it over your cheekbones, Cupid’s bow or anywhere you want an extra boost of radiance and moisture (it’s perfect on both bare skin or on top of your favorite makeup). 

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Benefit Cosmetics Situational Kits ($32)

Launching on March 14, these Sephora-exclusive beautifying kits are filled with miniature-sized versions of your Benefit favorites and are perfect to keep in your purse to quickly prep you for any situation that may come your way (think: a last-minute date night or quick plans after a spin class). Pictured: Sunday My Prince Will Come, which includes a GALifornia Blush Mini, High Beam Mini, They’re Real! Tinted Lash Primer Mini and Gimme Brow Mini in Shade 3. 

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Sol de Janeiro Brazilian Crush Body Mist Fragrance ($32)

If you’re a fan of the brand’s hero product, Bum Bum Cream, you’re in luck: Brazilian skin care brand Sol de Janeiro just launched its first fragrance, featuring the same pistachio and salted caramel scent you’ve come to love. Even better, it’s multiuse, meaning you can spritz it on your hair, body or clothes for an anytime pick-me-up.

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Clarisonic Smart Profile Uplift ($349)

You know the brand for putting sonic cleansing devices on the map, but this month, Clarisonic launched its newest device, which puts a surprising focus on aging. The Firming Massage Head ($54) (it’s interchangeable with the “normal” brush head you can use for cleansing) delivers 27,000 microfirming massages over three minutes to smooth fine lines and wrinkles while boosting the absorption of the skin care products you already use every day. The result: firmer, healthier, younger-looking skin by just adding one extra (relaxing) step. 

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Giorgio Armani Beauty Front Row Collection ($37–$38)

Available mid-March in the brand’s three classic lip formulas—Lip Maestro (a matte-meets-velvet liquid lip color), Rouge d’Armani Sheer (a super hydrating lipstick) and Ecstasy Lacquer (an intense yet opaque pigment)—you’re sure to find a shade that works for you in this nude lip collection from lipstick geniuses at Giorgio Armani. 

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First Aid Beauty FAB Skin Lab Collection ($55-$58)

Equal parts powerful and gentle, FAB Skin Lab Retinol Serum 0.25% Pure Concentrate ($58) and FAB Skin Lab Resurfacing Liquid 10% AHA ($55) are perfect options for sensitive skin types that are hesitant to try a retinol- or AHA-powered product. The FAB Skin Saver Complex (the brand’s signature blend of hyaluronic acid, vitamins C and E, aloe, colloidal oatmeal and ceramides) is present in both formulas to soothe any irritation that may arise—meaning brighter, youthful more even-toned skin is now possible for all skin types. 

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Dr. Roebuck’s Ultimate Hydrating Serum ($56)

If your skin doesn’t react well with heavy moisturizers but still craves the hydration they’re known for delivering, look no further than this vitamin-packed serum to get the job done—and then some. Brimming with hyaluronic acid and vitamin C for must-have moisture, ubiquinone to reduce the appearance of aging and aloe vera to soothe any irritation, get ready to move this bottle to the center of your medicine cabinet—it’ll be getting a whole lot of use. 

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philosophy Pure Grace Summer Surf Collection ($30-$54)

The newest fragrance lineup from Philosophy does not disappoint: A blend of bergamot, musk and white amber meet with the scent of the ocean in this summer-ready collection that’s sure to be your new favorite including an Eau de Toilette Spray ($48), Firming Body Emulsion ($37), Hair & Body Refresher ($30), Softening Cleanser for Hair & Body ($37) and a 2-Piece Gift Set ($54). 

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Marc Jacobs Beauty Dew Drops Coconut Gel Highlighter ($44) and Re(cover) Perfecting Coconut Setting Mist ($39)

The Summer 2017 beauty collection from Marc Jacobs Beauty is incredible all-around—every product works to improve and nourish skin so you can sport that summertime “no makeup look”—but these two products really stand out: a setting mist infused with coconut milk and water for a shot of hydration while locking in your look for a full 24 hours, and a universally flattering peach highlighter featuring five forms of coconut and vitamin B5 to hydrate and nourish skin while creating lit-from-within radiance you thought only a sunset could give off.

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Alterna Haircare Caviar Infinite Color Hold Topcoat Shine Spray ($32)

Like the topcoat on your manicure protects the polish beneath it and helps it last longer, this lightweight spray seals in the hair cuticle to lock in color while also providing essential UV protection to curb color fading and breakage. Use it as the finishing touch on all hairstyles–just a few spritzes will do the trick—to totally boost the health of your hair. 

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Too Faced Chocolate Brow-nie Cocoa Powder Brow Pencil ($21)

Longwearing, waterproof and conditioning, this cocoa-powder infused pencil sports just the right amount of wax and pigment to perfectly define your brows on your first try every single morning. Added bonus: The color lasts for 12 hours (AND it smells like chocolate). 

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Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Microfinishing Pressed Powder ($37)

Along with new serums designed to prep your skin for a better makeup application, Make Up For Ever is introducing a whole host of new products to its Ultra HD line this month. The Microfinishing Pressed Powder line, infused with hyaluronic acid to prevent dry skin, is available in three shades depending on your skin tone—Translucent, Banana, and Peach—and each is ideal for setting, baking or finishing off your makeup look.

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Ellis Brooklyn Myth Excellent Body Milk ($55)

Bergamot, jasmine, white cedarwood and patchouli combine in this Brooklyn-based, silky-smooth lotion that nourishes dehydrated skin craving moisture. And because the formula is 97-percent natural (it boasts ingredients like jojoba, macadamia and camellia oils and shea and cocoa butters) easily irritated skin won’t be disrupted with this addictively fragranced option. 

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Vita Liberata Trystal Pressed Minerals ($35)

Though it looks like your usual bronzer from the outside, this innovative launch does so much more once you apply it: A tan that lasts up to five days slowly develops under wherever you apply this self-tanner-infused mineral bronzer. Use it as you normally would around your face or just around your cheekbones and jawline for a contoured effect that lasts long after you take all the makeup off. 

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Josie Maran Whipped Mango Mud Mask Argan Hydrating and Detoxifying Treatment ($48)

Moroccan rhassoul clay works to draw out impurities, refine pores and exfoliate skin, 100-percent-pure argan oil nourishes newly rejuvenated skin, and the refreshing mango scent energizes and uplifts your senses all in a matter of minutes in this mask that’s sure to fly off the shelves. 

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Ole Henriksen Balance Collection ($8–$40)

Specifically designed to target and treat oily skin and enlarged pores, this new line includes a purifying Cleanser ($25) to restore balance back to skin, a mattifying Hydrator ($34), an oil-controlling Toner ($26), balancing Cleansing Cloths ($8–$15) and an oil-absorbing Moisture Crème ($40) to finally get your tricky skin under control. 

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amika The Accomplice Dryer ($200)

This compact dryer—it measures 7” x 7” and weighs 1.15 pounds—reduces drying time by up to 70 percent, meaning less heat on your strands, more time in the morning and less damage done overall. Plus, the inner lining of this must-have is infused with tourmaline to deliver negative ions and FAR-infrared heat for a sleek, smooth blowout every time you power it on.  

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Make Up For Ever The Brow Show Collection ($20–$23)

Pretty much the best news for brow lovers, Make Up For Ever is launching three new tools for grooming your brows—the Brow Liner ($23), an innovative liquid for brows to fill in sparse areas; Brow Gel ($20), a tinted gel packed with fibers to thicken brows and keep them in place; and a Brow Pencil ($20), a classic pencil for precise definition and sculpting that features two sides for shading in either side of your brows—that are each available in five shade options. 

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Rossano Ferretti Parma ($39–$98)

Italian hairstylist Rossano Ferretti is launching a new hair line complete with eight separate collections ranging from color care to reconstruction. The best part? Each bottle is made with a high concentration of the finest raw materials (think: plant and vegetable oils) to love on your hair in the gentlest way possible. 

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L’Occitane Divine Eye Balm ($84)

A cocktail of shea butter, concentrated mineral-based powders and Immortelle—the brand’s classic, skin-loving ingredient brimming with organic essential oils—instantly make skin feel (and look) plumper, more hydrated and youthful the second this rich eye cream touches the skin. 

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Too Cool For School Coconut Milky Mist ($18)

We love a good face mist to refresh our makeup and wake up dull skin, and this one takes it one step further by making 80 percent pure coconut water its main ingredient. Chock-full of vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids to prevent moisture loss, this mist works to quench thirsty skin with hydration and lock it in for good. 

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Phyto PHYTOLOGIST Absolute Energizing Shampoo ($29)

The ultimate solution to thinning hair, this guarana-, red algae– and cocoa-infused energizing shampoo restores body, strength and health back to each strand of hair for luscious, dense locks you’ll be proud to show off. 

Launched February 2017. 

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SK-II R.N.A Power Eye Cream ($135)

This thick eye cream immediately melts into skin on contact, allowing high-tech ingredients like lupine-alfalfa extract, palmitoyl dipeptide-7, palmitoyl pentapeptide-4 and chlorella extract to firm the sensitive eye area and increase wrinkle resilience on the spot. 

Launched February 2017. 

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Tocca Passport Collection ($18)

Eight miniature fragrances make up this collection that’s perfect for traveling. From hints of Italian bergamot and crushed violet petals to top notes of grapefruit and geranium, this collection embodies every aspect of femininity in the most elegant and romantic way. 

Launched February 2017. 

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Wander Beauty Dualist Matte & Illuminating Concealer ($29)

Available in five shades, these dual-sided concealers feature a creamy, full-coverage matte stick concealer on one end and a lightweight illuminating liquid on the other to suit every skin type. Plus, both sides boast benefits like aloe vera to soothe and nourish problematic skin, collagen to improve firmness and vitamin E to infuse skin with anti-aging properties. 

Launched February 2017. 

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IGK Sold Out Curl Priming Basecoat ($27) and Speechless Hair and Body Dry Oil Finishing Spray ($27)

The newest “it” hair care brand is adding two more formulas to its already-best-selling lineup this month: Sold Out, a primer for frizz-proof curls that last and shine all day (spray on damp hair before styling or on styled hair to reactivate curls); and Speechless, a multitasking dry oil that you can utilize either pre- or post-styling to deliver hair (or body) an extra dose of hydration and nutrients (it includes marula oil and shea butter). 

Launched February 2017. 

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Guerlain La Petite Robe Noire Makeup Collection ($25–$35)

Inspired by the classic versatility of the little black dress, the spring makeup collection from Guerlain, including a Mascara ($28) to volumize, thicken, curl, lengthen and define lashes and Deliciously Shiny Lip Colors ($32) that moisturize your pout while delivering a gorgeous wash of color that’s easy to layer, is perfect for any occasion.  

Launched February 2017. 

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LXMI Pure Nilotica Melt Nourishing Balm-to-Oil ($62)

This silky butter-turned-oil is the ultimate antidote for parched areas, infusing skin with 25 percent more essential fatty acids than traditional shea butter. Use it as a face mask for a hefty dose of moisture (the brand suggests using it at night while you sleep; just be careful of the rich oil on your pillowcases!) or throughout the day as a spot-treatment where needed (on around the eyes, lips and dry areas like elbows). 

Launched February 2017. 

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Living Proof Restore Perfecting Spray ($28)

This does-it-all spray checks all the boxes when it comes to caring for damaged, dry hair that needs some (or a lot of) love. It contains a time-releasing conditioner that’s light enough to not weigh hair down but works to transform strands over time, deliver UV and heat protection to stop more damage from happening, detangle strands to curb breakage and smooth hair like you wouldn’t believe. 

Launched February 2017. 

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Algenist Power Recharging Night Pressed Serum ($95) and Splash Hydrating Setting Mist ($35)

New from science- and technology-driven brand Algenist are two products geared toward delivering younger-looking skin: the Night Pressed Serum, which boasts patented Alguronic acid and powerful coconut water to reduce and plump fine lines while refining dull, uneven tone and boosting long-lasting hydration; and the Absolute Hydration Replenishment, which the brand calls a Splash Setting Mist, to instantly reverse dehydration by infusing skin-energizing electrolytes into the skin for around-the-clock moisture. 

Launched February 2017. 

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VERB Strong Hairspray ($14)

This scented volumizer does everything you wish your past cans of hairspray did and then some. It hydrates and smooths with glycerin and pro-vitamin B5, thickens hair, refreshes second- and third-day strands and locks in styles for hours on end without ever feeling sticky or stiff. 

Launched February 2017. 

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Lavanila Laboratories The Healthy Mini Sport Luxe Deodorant ($9)

A vanilla-scented, travel-friendly version of the brand’s award-winning formula, this all-natural, aluminum-free deodorant is infused with SmartSport™ technology for super sheer, long-lasting odor protection sans any harsh side effects or irritation. 

Launched February 2017. 

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Farmacy Green Clean Makeup Meltaway Cleansing Balm ($34)

Featuring the brand’s proprietary ingredient, Echinacea GreenEnvy, as well as moringa tree, papaya extract and sunflower and ginger root oil, this deeply comforting balm also exfoliates and tones an uneven complexion while removing every trace of makeup, acting as a three-in-one cleanser your skin will crave.  

Launched February 2017. 

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JINsoon x Chris Riggs Graffiti Art Collection ($18 each)

If you’re not one to sport spring-ready hues on your lips, this polish collection is for you. From a bright pop of pink to the perfect powder blue, this lineup is the embodiment of springtime and can liven up any outfit without forcing you to part with your favorite nude lipstick. Plus, in true JINsoon fashion, each polish is quick-drying, vegan and proudly five-free (read: no toxic chemicals like formaldehyde or camphor). 

Launched February 2017. 

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Madam C. J. Walker Beauty Culture Curl Whip Styling Soufflé ($26)

This frizz-fighting offering is designed to moisturize, activate and define waves and curls without ever weighing them down. Coconut and moringa oils are at the top of the ingredient list while silicones and sulfates are nowhere to be found for optimal styling and shine every time.  

Launched February 2017. 

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Kate Somerville EradiKate Daily Cleanser ($38)

Honey, rice bran and natural oat extracts paired with 3-percent sulfur work to clear and prevent blemishes, draw out impurities, unclog and tighten large pores, and balance sebum in this uniquely whipped cleanser that curbs acne in all skin types. 

Launched February 2017. 

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Kopari Coconut Rose Toner ($24)

Known for its stellar line of coconut oil–infused body care products, this trendy line is in the midst of rolling out its first facial care lineup, including this soothing toner that calms skin by balances its pH levels while acting as a pick-me-up throughout the day or as a prep step for the next step in your routine.

Launched February 2017. 

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AMOREPACIFIC Moisture Bound Hydration Boost ($120)

Concentrated bamboo sap and hydra-amino acids deliver your skin a much-needed dose of moisture in these “shots” of hydration that work to train skin to lock in moisture better the longer you use them (this is a one-month supply). To start, apply the water-like serum to clean skin after cleansing and toning and before moisturizing.

 Launched January 2017.

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Dr. Dennis Gross Hyaluronic Marine Oil-Free Moisture Cushion ($58)

This ultra-light, oil-free moisturizer is the answer for dry, dull and lackluster skin (even for oily and sensitive skin types!). It goes on like water and feels cool, while Japanese marine algae, essential amino acids and B vitamins plump skin for selfie-ready skin at all times. 

Launched January 2017.

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Milk Makeup Blur Stick ($36)

This colorless, matte blurring stick creates a perfecting filter on every skin tone while also priming skin for a flawless makeup application that won’t smudge or budge. Plus, unlike many blurring formulas, this one is silicone free, meaning zero irritation, pore-clogging or irritability in sight. 

Launched January 2017. 

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dr. brandt skincare needles no more 3-D LIP PLUMPfix ($39)

More than just a lip plumper, this pout-enhancer features a unique dual-chamber that houses a serum designed to increase lip volume and moisture while boosting the color wear of your go-to stick or gloss during the day. It also nourishes lips and the delicate skin around them while you sleep. Talk about an all-in-one. 

Launched January 2017. 

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Tata Harper Clarifying Spot Solution ($32)

Broccoli extract, apple seed oil and wintergreen extract exfoliate, soothe and reduce inflammation almost instantly in this botanically driven breakout buster that will quickly earn a spot on your vanity (especially if you have stressed-out, blemish-prone skin). 

Launched January 2017. 

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Tom Ford Soleil Eye and Cheek Palette ($155)

Four eye shadows, a blush and a highlighter are housed in a chic, on-trend clutch in your choice of two color patterns to suit your skin’s undertones and personal preference: cool, a berry-inspired palette to welcome spring, or warm, a more coral-based color wave with specks of gold that makes every day feel like summer. 

Launched January 2017. 

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Drybar Whiskey Fix Styling Paste ($27)

Part wax, part pomade, this matte styling paste boasts ingredients like blue agave and watermelon extract to nourish hair and makes creating that on-trend, piecey texture easier than ever without any heavy residue traditional pastes are known for (if you can convince your guy to buy his own, that is). 

Launched January 2017. 

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Sol de Janeiro Açaí Body Power Cream ($45)

We know slathering a dose of healing antioxidants onto our skin is a crucial step in any routine that should never be skipped, but the same rule should be followed for our bodies. Luckily, that sometime laborious process just got easier with this delicious açaí- and cupuaçu butter-infused cream that instantly leaves skin looking better (its tiny flecks of gold blur cellulite) while delivering essential hydration. 

Launched January 2017. 

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Urban Decay Complexion Primer Collection ($34 each)

Keep your oil in check and makeup in place with “De-Slick,” create an instant Snapchat filter with “Self-Adjusting,” protect your precious skin with “Urban Defense” or keep yourself looking young with “Optical Illusion.” Whichever primer you choose, be sure to pick one from Urban Decay’s new lineup that is worth every penny. 

Launched January 2017. 

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Tatcha The Essence Plumping Skin Softener ($95)

The Japanese trinity of nourishing green tea, rice and algae (the culture revolves around these three ingredients for a variety of health-boosting reasons) are bottled and pressed in this waterlike skin softener that works to smooth, plump, brighten and restore a youthful complexion at the source. 

Launched January 2017. 

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boscia Charcoal Deep-Pore Exfoliating Peel Gel with Volcanic Sand ($34)

A new version of the brand’s best-selling exfoliating peel gel, this lightweight, charcoal-powered offering works as both a physical exfoliator and chemical peel to visibly improve the look of your complexion by removing deep-set dirt and oil from pores and kicking dead skin cells to the curb. 

Launched January 2017. 

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Sunday Riley C.E.O. C + E antiOCIDANT Protect + Repair Moisturizer ($65)

Fast-absorbing, lightweight and potent—this moisturizer does it all without disrupting sensitive skin or skimping on the many benefits of coveted vitamin C like repairing hyperpigmentation, reversing damage and brightening dull skin.

Launched January 2017. 

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NARS Pore & Shine Control Primer ($36)

One of the three new face primers to hit shelves this January, this one is formulated with African whitewood, oleanolic acid and peptides to balance skin and keep it shine-free throughout the day. If excess oil isn’t your skin’s Achilles heel, consider one of the other options like Radiance or Smooth & Protect to boost your makeup and protect the skin beneath it in one swipe. 

Launched January 2017. 

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Fresh Black Tea Firming Corset Cream ($95)

An elixir of goji fruit extract, black tea and firming peptides work to “cinch” slack skin together in this lifting and lightweight cream for the neck and face. Perfect for all skin types (from sensitive to oily), use morning and night, massaging into your skin in upward sweeping motions for the best results. 

Launched January 2017. 

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Make Up For Ever Artist Acrylip ($24)

Like the name suggests, these high-intensity lip colors are inspired by the shine of acrylic paint, apply with the ease of your favorite childhood lip gloss and stay on as long as your must-have stain. Even better, the formula is never sticky or drying on lips and is available in a range of shades that are sure to please. 

Launched January 2017. 

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Kat Von D Alchemist Palette ($32)

Probably one of the most long-awaited palettes of our day, this eye, lip and complexion transformer boasts four different holographic powders (crafted with refractive pearls to create a perfectly luminous sheen) to deliver a light-catching, double-take kind of look whether you wear it alone or over your favorite makeup.

Launched January 2017. 

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