Absorb oil and hide imperfections with Immaculate Liquid Powder Foundation by Hourglass. This liquid-to-powder formula is water resistant, humidity-proof and dries to a matte finish without looking caked. Ingredients including Cashmere Kaolinite Clay help absorb oil, while Lavandox, extracted from Spanish Lavender, helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles. The foundation comes in 16 shades (including several new shades for darker skin tones), and is free of parabens, phthalates, dyes, fragrance and more. It is ideal for oily or blemish prone skin in need of a medium to full coverage matte foundation. Get it at Sephora and www.Sephora.com for $55.
HEALTHY SKIN GUARANTEED
Kiehl’s chemists have taken a complete approach to combat the signs of aging skin with the new Super Multi-Corrective Cream. The cream promises to lift, firm, sculpt and smooth skin with ingredients such as fragmented Hyaluronic Acid, Jasmonic Acid and Beech Tree Extract. Kiehl’s experts are so confident that you’ll see healthier, revitalized skin in 28 days, the product comes with a money back guarantee. It is available now for $62 at Kiehl’s Since 1851 in Lenox Square mall and www.Kiehls.com.
A REBIRTH OF HAIR
Take your hair on a journey with TIGI Hair Reborn — a collection of hair products designed to target three different levels of damage with four separate products. The journeys — for dry hair, frizz prone hair (pictured) and weak, damaged hair — each include an in-salon treatment, a shampoo ($30), conditioner ($30) and take-home treatment ($45). TIGI Reborn also includes a group of six products designed to help you create the perfect style including Rebuilding Wax ($30), Restorative IlluminOil ($30) and Colour Protecting Conditioning Tonic ($30). TIGI Hair Reborn is available at Ulta stores.
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