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Florabotanica by Balenciaga eau de parfum

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These new makeup and beauty products will help you look, feel, and smell amazing.

Seductive spritz

Rose lovers, take note: There's a new fragrance with a spicy hit of vetiver and amber to move your favorite bloom in a highly sexy direction.

Florabotanica by Balenciaga eau de parfum, $145 for 100 ml, amazon.com.

Sleek move

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Sally Hershberger Hyper Hydration Super Argan Serum

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Give stressed-out hair a little R&R with this cocktail of argan, amala, and rice bran oils. Use it as an all-over nourishing treatment, or smooth it on post-styling to nix frizz and protect from UV rays.

Sally Hershberger Hyper Hydration Super Argan Serum, $12.99, amazon.com.

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Elizabeth Arden Peel and Reveal Revitalizing Mask

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Glow generator

This mask combines exfoliating glycolic acid and soothing aloe vera, so only radiance, not redness, comes through.

Elizabeth Arden Peel and Reveal Revitalizing Mask, $19.95, amazon.com.

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Your daily spa

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Nest Fragrances Moss & Mint Body Wash

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The scent of lush, fruity-green happiness will bring a little peace to even the most stressful of morning routines.

Nest Fragrances Moss & Mint Body Wash, $31, amazon.com.

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Rimmel London Lasting Finish Lipstick in In Vogue

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Electric kiss

Red lipstick is classic, yes--but this pinkish version is feisty. Best of both worlds!

Rimmel London Lasting Finish Lipstick in In Vogue, $8.99, amazon.com.

Such chic suds

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Fresh Turns 21 Hesperides Grapefruit Soap

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Skip the wine and give the hostess this luxe hunk of soap instead: The citrus scent is heavenly and the wrapper is gorgeous. Trust us, next year's invite is in the bag.

Fresh Turns 21 Hesperides Grapefruit Soap, $15, fresh.com.

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Sania's Brow Bar Angled Mechanical Brow Pencil

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Brows, beaten

Wimpy arches have met their match! This brow pencil's angled tip makes filling in completely foolproof, and the spooley brush keeps every hair in place.

Sania's Brow Bar Angled Mechanical Brow Pencil, $25, saniasbrowbar.com.

A gentler scrub

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St. Ives Timeless Skin Apricot Scrub

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The creamy, grainy formula has been a go-to exfoliator for years, but now there's more to love--it's sulfate-free, so it won't dry out skin.

St. Ives Timeless Skin Apricot Scrub, $3.99, amazon.com.

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E.L.F. Studio Baked Blush in Pinktastic

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Light up the room...

With a blush that adds a candlelit effect to cheeks, temples, and eyelids.

E.L.F. Studio Baked Blush in Pinktastic, $3, eyeslipsface.com.

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