30 Beauty Products We're Obsessing Over For Fall
Moisturizers? For fall? Necessary.
Winter is coming, sure, but first we have to get through fall—aka every New Yorker's (and Lorde's) favorite season—so please don't rush it. You already know what these upcoming months entail: changing leaves, boots, leather jackets, scarves, and not nearly enough time to soak in the blissful weather before the frost comes bolting in. For beauty fans, it also includes revamping your vanity.
Gels are replaced with creams, charcoal masks with overnight treatments, pink lips with mauve shades, floral scents with woodsy ones—new season, new top shelf. Thankfully, there are a ton of exciting new launches to help beautify your routine. From an impressive limited-edition eyeshadow palette created by the Kardashian makeup artist to hydrating products galore. Click through to see what you should probably, definitely, stock up on this season.
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The world could always use more sheet masks, and these only ring in at $2.99 a pop so, like, what are you waiting for?
Yes To Tomatoes, Detoxifying Charcoal Paper Mask, $2.99, available at Target.
DevaCurl now has a line for every curl type: wavy, curly, and tightly coiled. The first product for their wavy line is, appropriately, a styler to help define and enhance your God-given texture.
DevaCurl, Wave Maker Touchable Texture Whip, $26, available at Ulta.
Fact: One can never have enough lip balm. And SheaMoisture's new options, which come in flavors accompanying their hair care lines, provide you with a tube for every and any need.
SheaMoisture, Lip Balm, $3.99, available at SheaMoisture.
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Kardashian hairstylist Jen Atkin is adding to her wildly popular cool-girl hair line with a matte pomade. It will leave you with texture for days, regardless of your hair type.
Ouai, Matte Pomade, $24, available at Ouai.
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Think Naked Palette with a whole lot more color but the same cult following. Which is why once this gem becomes available October 26, we advise you act fast.
Urban Decay, Full Spectrum Eyeshadow Palette, $58, available October 26 at Sephora.
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This heat protectant will keep your hair safe up to 425 degrees (worth noting you probably shouldn't be using that much heat on your hair, but, you know, just in case) without silicones, sulfates, or parabens. If you're not familiar with Briogeo's natural credo or its Rosarco line, trust us when we say you'd be doing your hair a favor by picking up any (or all) of the products in the collection.
Briogeo, Rosarco Blow Dry Perfection Heat Protectant Crème, $24, available at Briogeo.
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You haven't experienced luxury until you slather on a face oil infused with rose petals.
Diptyque, Infused Face Oil, $70, available at Nordstrom.
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Kiehl's Midnight Recovery line just added a cleansing oil to the already popular mix. It works expertly as the first step in your double cleansing routine: Apply it to dry skin and watch as your makeup dissolves without effort. We've tried many oils in the past, and this is the lightest version we've come across, while still getting the job done. Do we see cult-status following on the horizon?
Kiehl's, Midnight Recovery Cleansing Oil, $32, available at Kiehl's.
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GlamGlow is one of the few brands we can count on to never let us down. The brand’s overnight treatment is like a two-for-one hydrating treat. Thirty seconds after applying the DreamSerum, slap on the DreamSeal, and proceed to then dream your way to better skin.
GlamGlow, Overnight Transforming Treatment, $59, available at Sephora.
Nothing says fall like switching out your floral fragrance for a dark sandalwood and vanilla scent that brings to mind memories of the great beyond. Loewe's new fragrance, designed by Jonathan Anderson, is all of that and more.
Loewe, 001 Woman Eau De Parfum, $123, available at Barney's New York.
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Apply this vitamin-rich serum before your moisturizer for an added boost of hydration. It works, sure, but we'll also never say no to Aesop's always chic packaging.
Aesop, Lucent Facial Concentrate, $115, available at Aesop.
Leave it to Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, the designers behind Kenzo, to create the most eye-catching perfume bottle of the year. The floral scent—comprised of peony and jasmine—lets you hold on to summer just a teensy bit longer.
Kenzo, World Eau de Parfum, $86, available at Bloomingdale's.
Stila is adding to its waterproof brow collection with three new shades (six total). Whether you're looking to fill in some sparse hairs or going for that super-bold look, the brush tip pen makes application a breeze.
Stila Cosmetics, Stay All Day Waterproof Brow Liner, $21, available at Stila Cosmetics.
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Color correcting is the alliterative beauty term of the moment. Now, Dr. Jart is bringing the concept to skin care. This special treatment helps balance out redness and camouflage blemishes. The real selling point? It includes SPF 30 coverage.
Dr. Jart, Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment, $52, available at Sephora.
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Splash masks are the latest craze to come out of Asia, and Boscia is tapping into the market with its own version. It works like this: mix a couple of pumps into warm water, splash on your face, and go. It honestly couldn't be easier.
Boscia, Tsubaki Splash Mask, $38, available at Sephora.
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Another new product from the beloved Korean brand is this Micro Milk Peel. Instead of wreaking havoc on your skin via scrubs, the formula helps to exfoliate the skin with active hydrogen peeling water and moisturize with a coconut milk component.
Dr. Jart, Dermaclear Micro Milk Peel, $42, available at Sephora.
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Believe it or not, these luxe-looking brushes are from e.l.f. Cosmetics and will only set you back maximum $12 a pop (the collection ranges from $5 to $12). Yes, you can pick up a powder, blender, eyeshadow, or eyeliner brush for less than it costs for you to Seamless lunch.
e.l.f. Cosmetics, Precise Brush Collection, $15-12, available at e.l.f. Cosmetics.
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This luminizing moisturizer will keep your summer glow going through fall and into winter.
Fresh, FreshFace Instant Glow Luminizer, $38, available at Sephora.
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The handle of Lancôme's new liner looks gimmicky, but it will turn even the most amateur cat eye fans into experts. The brush bends at a 35-degree angle to allow you to get super close to your lash line without inevitably fucking up your flick.
Lancôme, Grandiôse Bendable Liquid Eyeliner, $32, available at Sephora.
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Who doesn’t love a good DIY moment? Dr. Dennis Gross’ latest mask makes a student out of beauty lovers. Mix the hyaluronic gel with the provided activating powder, use the spatula to then spread the concoction on your face, let it dry, and lift away. It’ll not only make for a fun experiment, but your skin will be all the better, and moisturized, for it.
Dr. Dennis Gross, Hyaluronic Marine Hydrating Modeling Mask, $46, available at Dr. Dennis Gross.
Out in October, RMS Beauty's Magic Luminizer is a brown girl's answer to the brand's hero Living Luminizer product. Swipe it wherever you're in need of a little oomph in the glisten department and prepare for things to get lit.
RMS Beauty, Magic Luminizer, $38, available in October at RMS Beauty.
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Created by Kardashian makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic, this limited-edition Master Palette is a neutral girl's dream. The 12 shades are highly pigmented and come in a range of matte, satin, velvet, and metallic iterations. We've grown to love-hate the Kardashians, but we have nothing but love for this palette.
Anastasia Beverly Hills, Master Palette By Mario, $45, available October 4 at Sephora.
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A Monsters, Inc.-inspired bath bomb just in time for Halloween. You don't always have to dress up to get in the holiday spirit.
Lush, Monster's Ball Bath Bomb, $7.25, available at Lush.
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Ever since this tiny jar of oil came across our desk, we haven't been able to stop fawning over it. It's a multi-use treatment that can be used as a leave-in, protector, or to add some shine to your hair as a final touch.
Ouidad, Mongongo Oil, $38, available at Ulta Beauty.
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A lot of people tend to think that once the needle leaves your skin, the tattoo work is done. Wrong. How you take care of your design afterward often determines its longevity. You can apply SkinFix's Tattoo Balm both right after getting inked and daily afterward—something you should probably, but most likely aren't, doing.
Skinfix Inked Tattoo Balm, $18.99, available at Target.
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One of our biggest qualms with the weather shifting: showering. It’s not the act itself we have a problem with, it’s the moments right after you step out of your bathroom into the unforgiving cold and are then forced to slap on freezing lotion. This in-shower moisturizer takes the torture out of the act and also manages to smell like that vacation you never took this summer.
Sol de Janeiro, Brazilian 4 Play Moisturizing Shower Cream-Gel, $25, available at Sephora.
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For some extra, tropical moisture, slap on this coconut body oil. Dry, cracked skin be gone!
Kopari, Coconut Body Oil, $34, available in October at Kopari.
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Get glowy and camera ready with the help of Cover FX's highlighting powder. Swipe on the cheekbones, under your brow, along the bridge of your nose, pretty much wherever the light hits naturally.
Cover FX, Perfect Light Highlighting Powder, $34, available in October at Sephora.
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Don't let the sinister appearance of this lipstick scare you off. It reads black, but, when you actually apply it, it leaves you with more of a purple veil over your lips.
Lipstick Queen, lipstick in 'Black Lace Rabbit,' $24, available at Bloomingdale's.