Beauty Editor’s Picks | In a spring mood…

Beauty Editor's Picks - beauty product reviews and tips

Call me a girly-girl, but a pretty package is half the battle when selecting beauty products. Thankfully, all these goodies work amazingly well, too.  Story by Anna M. Park

  • Paul & Joe Beauté Limited Edition Face and Eye Color CS in Papillons de Printemps, $39 – You won’t need to fake a smile to apply the blush from this gorgeous pop-up palette.
  • Shiseido White Lucent Luminizing Surge, $60– Brightens spots, smells faintly of Bulgarian rose and looks pretty on my vanity.
  • Pixi Skintreats Glow Tonic, $15 – Call it spring cleaning in a bottle. This glycolic acid toner not only gets skin seriously glowing, it’s crazy affordable.
  • Nest Fragrances Dahlia & Vines Eau de Parfum, $120 – One whiff and I’m immediately transported to the ’90s, when Prescriptives’ Calyx was what all the Itgirls wore.
  • SK-II Facial Treatment Essence Limited Edition, $229 – The cult classic I can’t live without in a gorgeous limited  edition design.
  • Physicians Formula Nude Wear Touch of Blur, $12.95 – You’ll love whipping out this cushion tip blurring concealer in the prettiest rose gold tube.
  • CND Vinylux Weekly Polish in Beckoning Begonia, $10.50 – My happy toes shade.
  • LAFCO Watermint & Neroli Protective Hand Cream, $18 – The entire LAFCO line boasts luxe, layered scents derived from natural essential oils that will make you feel like you’re lying in a bed of flowers.
  • L’Occitane Peony Pivoine Flora Eau de Toilette, $50 – The scent of a unique strand of peonies cultivated in the French countryside is captured in this fragrance.
  • Clinique Sweet Pots Sugar Scrub & Lip Balm, $19.50 – A sugar lip scrub on one side, a sheer tinted balm on the other in the cutest little macaron-shaped tub.
  • Tarte Amazonian Butter Lipstick in Watermelon, $17 – Just enough juicy color to please even the bright lip-phobic.


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