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UZ Eye-Opening Liner in Yellow ($16)

"Knowing that I love me some colorful eye makeup, WWW's co-founder Hillary Kerr recently gifted me a few of these Japanese liquid liners (thanks HK!), which I'd actually tried before on a trip to Tokyo, but only in black. I fell instantly in love with the yellow shade and receive effusive compliments every time I wear it. Yellow eyeliner might seem wacky, but I swear it's flattering, fun for spring, and way more forgiving to apply than darker colors."

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Dior Dior Addict Lip Tattoo—Limited Edition in Natural Sienna ($30)

"I tend to stay away from lip stains because even though they boast excellent staying power I find most formulas drying and the colors kinda lame. The exception to this rule, Dior's lip tattoo in their new summer Sienna color surprised and charmed me. The earthy burnt orange color is lovely—unique and pretty but subtle—and the texture truly feels like nothing on the lips."

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Osea Malibu Ocean Cleansing Milk ($54)

"Osea's cleansing milk isn't new, but after receiving one of the best facials of my life recently at the brand's oasis of a spa in Venice, California, it became an addition to my routine... and I love it. My skin has been breaking out and reddening lately, and this soothing formula packed with organic algae and water lily is just what it needs. I keep the sizeable bottle in the shower and use it almost every morning."

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Sisley Paris Blur Expert ($95)

"Blurring makeup products have been having a big moment lately, and this luxurious new powder is my newest favorite in the category. A feather-light texture creates a filter-like finish over foundation and concealer while lightly mattifying and setting the products—without feeling cakey or risky flashback. I keep this chic silver compact in my bag and apply it at red lights on my way to work on days when I wake up late and just need to bur my entire life." 

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Kevyn Aucoin Glass Glow Face Liquid Highlighter in Prism Rose ($32)

"This featherlight gloss-highlighter-gel-primer-hybrid from Kevyn Aucoin is brand new, and might just be the most appropriately named beauty product I've ever tried. It comes in three different shades, but I'm especially partial to this prismatic rose hue. Not only does it make your face look porcelain smooth and glowy, it's also doing your complexion good thanks to omega-rich ingredients like Passion Fruit Oil and Marula Oil. I've been wearing it on its own or beneath my foundation primer-style."

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Dr. Barbara Sturm Clarifying Mask ($145)

"Dr. Barbara Sturm's skincare products could be some of the most covetable you can buy. They're expensive but worth the investment due to how high-quality they are which is why I couldn't wait to get my hands on the brand's latest Clarifying Collection.

"The entire four-product roster is impressive (as someone with acne-prone skin I should know!), but this mask was the standout for me. Most clarifying products pretty much suck every ounce of moisture from my skin, but this special formula featuring balloon vine, viper's bugloss, sunflower, zinc, and kaolin manages to impart a hydrated, congestion-free glow as soon as you rinse it off."

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La Mer The Lip Volumizer ($75)

"It doesn't get any more chic than La Mer, and I already know the brand's brand new lip volumizer (which pairs beautifully with the cult-loved balm celebrities obsess over) will be one of my favorite beauty accessories this summer. It has a light, iridescent sheen which makes it look pretty and natural no matter the occasion, but since it's inspired by serum technology and features the brand's signature hero ingredient, Miracle Broth, it simultaneously hydrates and delivers a surge of antioxidants for ultimate healing and plush softness."  

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Fat Boy Ultra Clean Dry Shampoo ($28)

"Summer is the ultimate season for dry shampoo, and this residue-free version from Fat Boy, is my latest fave. It doesn't irritate my scalp, doesn't coat my fine strands in any kind of filmy ickiness, and actually zaps odor and grease almost instantaneously post-spritz." 

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Beautycounter Brilliant Brow Gel ($24)

"I'm much more of a pencil kind of gal when it comes to filling in my eyebrows, but I will say Beautycounter's brand new eyebrow gel is the best I've ever tried. In fact, I love it so much (it deposits the perfect amount of product and the shades are on point!), I might actually add it to my daily beauty routine for good. Fair warning: the color options veer a wee dark, so bear in mind if you decide to heed my advice and order this baby ASAP."

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Moon Juice Beauty Shroom Exfoliating Acid Potion ($39)

damn—why didn't I try this sooner?!"" data-reactid="246">"This product isn't new, and I hate to admit it but it sat in my car (which has pretty much reached retail-level in product wealth), far longer than it should have. My skin is so finicky, and even though my previous skin-blessed editors at Byrdie absolutely raved about this acid-laced toner from Moon Juice, I thought it would be too harsh for my skin. But now, after finally giving it a whirl, all I can say is damn—why didn't I try this sooner?!"

long time."" data-reactid="247">"My previous boss over at Byrdie Hallie Gould went as far as to compare it to Biologique Recherche's Lotion P50 (the most iconic toner of all time), and honestly, I have to agree. After just one or two uses, its tingly potion virtually erased the collection of blackheads around my nose and significantly reduced the appearance of my acne scars. Oh, and it also made my face look ridiculously bright and glowy. I haven't been this impressed with a skincare product in a long, long time."

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Allies of Skin Vitamin C 35% Collagen Rebuilding Serum ($118)

"I've pretty much tried all of the best vitamin C serums in the business, but this dark horse from Allies of Skin is maybe the best I've ever had. Again, my skin is really sensitive and finicky, but there's something about the formulation and consistency of this serum that my skin absolutely loves and I appreciate that it's oil-free, non-comedogenic, and hypo-allergenic. It boasts a waterless 35% vitamin C content and other super-charged antioxidants that make a visible difference in the health and appearance of your complexion.": 

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Ilia Tinted Lip Conditioner in Europa ($28)

"So here's a fun fact! Ilia's Tinted Lip Conditioners were the natural beauty brand's first-ever product release, and just in time for summer, they've added four new shades to their covetable lineup. I've been trying to make a better effort of cleaning up my makeup routine (especially with things I'm applying around my mouth!) and Europa is this delicious burst of cranberry that's easy to wear and subtle, with that "your lips but better," vibe. I love any lip color that I can apply on the fly and without a mirror, and this one has been it for me ever since it landed on my desk. 

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Charlotte Tilbury Beauty Light Wand in Pinkgasm ($38)

"I'm not sure if it's necessarily good beauty editor etiquette to wear as much highlighter as one's face can possibly handle, but I can't help what I like, and pursuing dewy, luminous skin is pretty much my calling in life. So, obviously, when Charlotte Tilbury (ahem, the queen of all things aglow), announced the launch of the new Glowglasm Collection, I pretty much FTFO and proceeded to swatched my enire forearm with all of the new products as soon as they arrived at my desk. I've been experimenting for about a week now, and while I love everything, the beauty wands (especially Pinkgasm!) is my top pick. Part highlight, part blush, it's easy to use and deposits the perfect proportions of shade and shine."

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Supergoop! Shimmershade Illuminating Cream Eyeshadow SPF 30 in Golden Hour ($24)

"I bought this because eyelid sun protection is something I've definitely pondered in the past, and this cream eyeshadow definitely solves that conundrum. Not only that, it applies really smoothly and provides the prettiest wash of shimmer. (I chose the Golden Hour shade.)"

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Neutrogena Hydro Boost Hydrating Hyaluronic Acid Cleansing Gel ($8)

"I've been moving away from drugstore face washes recently, but this one may change that. It removes makeup so much more effectively than other cleansers I've tried, and even though it has a nice foam, my face never feels tight and dry after using it."

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Tatcha The Dewy Skin Cream ($68)

"I've been using this offshoot of Tatcha's cult favorite Dewy Skin Mist once or twice a week, and it definitely lives up to its name. My skin looks considerably more plump and dewy the mornings after I use it. It's nice and rich (but not heavy), so I'll probably use it more in the winter or while traveling, when my skin is drier."

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Louis Vuitton Afternoon Swim ($250)

"Louis Vuitton released a new range of fragrances and this "Afternoon Sun" scent is exactly what I want to wear all summer long. It has a fresh feel with layers of crisp Mandarin orange so is perfect for anyone who loves a perfume with citrus notes."

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Mario Badescu Seaweed Night Cream ($22)

"I recently started using Mario Badescu's seaweed night cream and I am in love. The creamy texture feels so refreshing after a long day, and in the morning, my skin feels like silk."

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Circumference Pure Balancing Botanical Face Oil ($100)

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Circumference Active Botanical Refining Toner ($60)

"I recently discovered Circumference NYC skincare and I'm smitten. I've been using the pure balancing botanical face oil and active botanical refining toner for a couple of weeks now and I've already seen such a visible difference on my tired mom skin! Moreover, it's ethical and toxin free. They feel so luxurious and soothing, and keep my skin super hydrated."

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Skin Laundry Gentle Foaming Face Wash ($20)

"I started using this Skin Laundry face wash and I'm addicted because it's gentle and doesn't dry out my skin."

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Kosås Tinted Face Oil Foundation ($42)

"On days when I swap out my daily foundation with this tinted face oil, my skin is noticeably more glowy and dewy and people actually go out of their way to comment on it. I repeat: everyone needs this product."

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Glossier Bubblewrap Eye + Lip Cream ($26)

"I just recently got my hands on the new Glossier eye cream, but it's already trumped all the other little vials of eye cream sitting on my bathroom shelf. Unlike the others I've tried, Bubblewrap's lightweight formula immediately sinks into the skin and keep it hydrated the entire day, so wearing makeup on top is a no-brainer."

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