Repair hair while you snooze with the new Shu Uemura Art of Hair Essence Absolue Overnight Serum. The serum is the latest addition to the brand’s popular Art of Oils line and a companion product to the Essence Absolue, a hair oil pioneer. The lightweight, fast-absorbing oil gives dry or very dry hair a nourishing dose of Japanese Red Camellia Oil which is rich in oleic acid. Apply it after showering and let it go to work while you sleep. In the morning, hair is smooth, tangle-free and ready to go (no rinsing necessary). Essence Absolue Overnight Serum costs $69 at www.shuuemura-usa.com.
A NEW NUDE
If Essie Ballet Slippers feel a little 1980s, update your fingertips with a new nude that’s as natural as it is neutral. Flora 1761 in Sheer Camellia is the perfect everyday shade and is suitable for a range of skin tones. The shade, named for the flowering shrub, gives just a pop of color and is eight-free — no formaldehyde, toluene, DBP, formaldehyde resin, camphor, xylene, ethyl tosylamide, triphenyl phosphate and parabens — vegan and cruelty free. Get if for $16 at Flora1761.com.
Gear up for gift-giving season with vintage lockets from Luna & Stella. The family-owned Rhode Island based company offers a collection of vintage lockets dating from 1880 - 1930 that were made in Providence, East Providence or Attleboro. All lockets are in good condition for their age but some may show sign of wear. Add chains, birthstone charms or other charms to create personalized jewelry that is perfect for celebrating a relationship or remember loved ones. The lockets start at $195 (most are priced at $295). Chains and charms are extra. Start planning the perfect piece at www.lunaandstella.com.