A Home-Grown Cleanser
Canadian indie beauty brand Veriphy’s CTRL+ALT+DEL Facial Cleanser ($48) gently lathers without the use of sulphate foaming agents, allowing for a deep cleanse while maintaining moisture levels in the skin. It also employs PhytoSepherix, a plant-derived glycogen, to increase the skin’s natural ability to produce collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid.
A Citrusy Scent
The newest addition to the Guerlain Aqua Allegoria collection, Aqua Allegoria Orange Soleia ($92 for 75 mL), is inspired by the travels of the brand’s in-house perfumer, Thierry Wasser. Its notes of blood orange, mint and tonka bean echo the sunlight beaming down on Sicilian citrus orchards.
A Moisturizing Self-Tanner
Sisley Self-Tanning Hydrating Body Skin Care ($170) includes skin-softening ingredients to combat the drying effects of self-tanning. Hibiscus-flower and sesame essential extracts gently exfoliate and extend the longevity of your tan to emulate a post-vacation glow for as long as possible.
A Glitter-Flecked Bronzer
The glitzy sand-wave gradient on NARS Paradise Found Laguna Bronzing Powder ($60) signals the revival of the iconic Laguna bronzer, which features the brand’s signature French Polynesian Monoi de Tahiti oils for a touch of added warmth.
An Intriguing Fragrance
Serge Lutens Des Clous Pour Une Pelure ($165 for 100 mL) is an emerald-tinted juice with a curious name that hints at the spicy, almost medicinal scent of pomander balls. Take a whiff and you’ll understand why the perfumer’s motto is “I would never agree for the Serge Lutens monogram to be associated with anything boring.”
A Double-Ended Eye Pencil
The dual-ended Liner Duo pencils in the Charlotte Tilbury Eye Colour Magic collection draw inspiration from the colour wheel to accentuate opposite shades. In Copper Charge ($35), the metallic-copper and matte-russet ends work in tandem and make blue eyes pop.
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