Editor’s Vanity: Love is in the Air

Editor's Vanity: Love is in the Air

My romance with these new beauty launches.  Story by Anna M. Park

Publisher’s note: This is our beloved Beauty and Managing Editor Anna M. Park’s last Editor’s Vanity story for our magazine.  Keep up with Anna at StyleUnderPressure.com.  We love you Anna!

  • The French spa line has finally launched their cult favorite P50 Lotion in an exfoliating formula specifically made to minimize hyperpigmentation. Biologique Recherche Lotion P50 Pigm 400, biologique-recherche.com
  • This cream-to-powder foundation, with a blend of air powder and air fitting polymers, keeps my oily T-zone under control and has a longer wear than a typical cushion compact. Dr. Jart + Air Mesh, $48, sephora.com
  • You’d expect such chic packaging from the designer known for modern wearability. What’s unexpected is its sweet, nostalgic scent, redolent of crisp apple and honeysuckle. Derek Lam 10 Crosby Drunk on Youth, $95, sephora.com
  • A sophisticated Damask rose fragrance tempered by musk and jasmine, this perfume inspired by Cleopatra is like jewelry on my vanity. Bulgari Rose Goldea, $112, bulgari.com
  • My makeup look just got easier to do with this velvety matte finish lip crayon. Rodial Suede Lips in Big Apple, $26, spacenk.com
  • Part of a collaboration with beauty blogger MaryamMaquillage, this super soft, do-it-all brush makes strobing a breeze. Pixi Strobe & Sculpt Brush, $14, pixibeauty.com
  • I love the look of these chic apothecary style serum boosters, which can be mixed and matched or used as a spot treatment for all sorts of skin ailments from dryness to oiliness to redness. Bobbi Brown Remedies, $45 each, bobbibrowncosmetics.com
  • The look of love in a bottle? This antioxidant-rich serum has been clinically shown to improve skin luminosity. BareMinerals Brilliant Future Age Defense & Renew Serum, $50, bareescentuals.com
  • After selling Kiehl’s to L’Oréal, Jami Morse Heidegger commissioned her cosmetic chemist to create truly effective, anti-aging skincare products for her personal use without regard to cost. Now Heidegger lets us in on her secret with the launch of her luxury brand. Retrouvé, $385- $445 each, retrouve.com

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