Spring will be here before we know it, and you know what that means: spring cleaning. As we begin to clear out the old (and, thus, bring in the new), what better time to declutter our makeup drawers and medicine cabinets, and completely overhaul our beauty routines? Lucky for us, a new season marks a slew of beauty launches—which makes letting go of that clutter all the easier.
We rounded up 28 new products you won’t want to miss this season. Whether newly launched or hitting shelves in the coming months, these are the hair care, skin care, highlighters, brow gels, and more that you’ll want to get your hands on, stat.
Check out our favorites—and find out why they made the list—below.
IGK Foamo Holographic Hair Foam in ‘Moon Rock,’ $22, available at Sephora.
Finally, we can achieve the holographic hair of our dreams. IGK’s newest hair launch features two sparkly and otherworldly hair foams that add a subtle sheen to your locks without weighing them down or leaving them sticky.
Lancôme, Le Teint Macaron, $40, available at Lancôme.
Excuse us while we weep over these macaron-shaped blush and blender sponge duos.
Biossance, Squalane and Phyto-Retinol Serum, $78, available at Biossance.
This revolutionary new serum uses bakuchiol, a plant-derived alternative to retinol, so we can reap all the benefits of retinol (even skin tone, firmness, fresher skin) minus the irritation and sensitivity.
BITE, Astrology by Bite Limited Edition Amuse Bouche Lipstick in ‘Aquarius,’ $26, similar products available at Sephora.
Hold the phone—BITE just launched an astrology-themed collection, debuting one mystery zodiac-named lip color a month! While Aquarius’ vibrant berry shade has already sold out, we’re so stoked to see what Pisces has in store for us.
Lano’s new Coconutter collection combines nourishing benefits of lanolin with a delectable coconut scent.
MAKE, Succulent Mist, $25, available at MAKE.
Being millennials, we’re clearly attracted to any beauty product that includes the word “succulent,” but this spritz is the real deal. It’s calming, cooling, and moisturizing, using aloe vera, prickly pear, and hyaluronic acid to keep our skin in check.
Milk Makeup, Luminous Blur Stick, $36, available at Milk Makeup.
Milk’s just launched a luminous version of its cult-favorite Blur Stick, which creates a radiant-yet-matte base to work with.
Deborah Lippmann, Never, Never Land Nail Polish Collection, $20 each, available in February at Deborah Lippmann.
We can’t help but swoon over Deborah Lippmann’s whimsical spring collection—filled with dusty nudes and sage hues, as well as some magical iridescent and chrome shades.
Briogeo, Don’t Despair, Repair! Strength And Moisture Leave-In Mask Spray, $28, available at Briogeo.
For those of us with brittle, damaged, and dry hair, this new leave-in conditioner is a blessing. Not only is its 95 percent naturally derived and six-free formula super-nourishing, but it smells incredible.
Nudestix, Rock N’ Roller Easy Eyeliner Ink in ‘Bronze Pantina,’ $24, available at Nudestix.
Nudestix just solved the cat eye dilemma with its brand new Rock N’ Roller liquid eyeliner. Available in three shades, the liner's rollerwheel applicator allows for precise, even lines and the long-lasting formula stays put all night long.
Cover FX, Shimmer Veil, $28 each, available at Cover FX.
The brand’s first foray into color cosmetics, Cover FX’s new Shimmer Veils are a universal sparkle crème that can be used on the eyes, lips, cheeks, and more.
Context, Keratin Recovery Treatment, $35, available at Context.
We’ve been stoked ever since Context launched hair care this past August, and this new deep-conditioning keratin-infused mask is sure to become a cult-favorite for bleach-fanatics and flat iron-devotees alike.
Urban Decay, Holographic Disco Stick, $26, available in February at Urban Decay.
Urban Decay’s new Disco Stick allows for a holographic, otherworldly glow, and we just can’t wait to take it everywhere with us.
SkinCeuticals, Discoloration Defense, $98, available in February at SkinCeuticals.
SkinCeutical’s potent new serum corrects skin discoloration and prevents future instances.
Becca, Ocean Jewels Highlighter Palette, $54, available at Sephora.
We’re pretty much salivating over this stunning array of pastel highlighters, all perfectly packaged into one palette.
Tatcha, The Deep Cleanse, $38, available at Tatcha.
If you're a fan of Tacha's best-selling Water Cream already, you will love its new cleanser that works to remove impurities, diminish the size of pores, and promote cell turnover.
By Terry, Lash-Expert Twist Brush, $30, available at Barneys.
It's been a while since we've been fans of a new mascara to this extent. This one offers two options, lash lengthening or volumizing, depending on which setting you select (tip: layer them both for a dramatic nighttime look), and keeps lashes conditioned and healthy with its blend of olive, avocado, and jojoba oils.
FOREO, UFO, $199, available in April at FOREO.
Easily the most anticipated product of this year, FOREO's UFO is the future of face masks. A device that combines the benefit of a sheet mask with LED light therapy, cryotherapy, thermotherapy, and T-sonic pulsations, it currently offers two pre-programmed, night and day, treatments (with more coming eventually) and can be managed using a smartphone. We're obsessed.
Peter Thomas Roth, Hungarian Thermal Water Mineral-Rich Atomic Heat Mask, $58, available at Sephora.
Skin-care guru Peter Thomas Roth brought Hungary, the site of some of the best thermal waters and his parents' home country, into a jar for this mask that heats up when being used and works to reduce dullness, uneven skin texture, and fine lines.
Biolage R.A.W., Color Care Shampoo and Conditioner, $25 each, available at Matrix.
Stretch the new hair color you just got with this nourishing shampoo and conditioner made from coconut milk that leaves hair shiny, extends color vibrancy, and leaves it soft and conditioned—all without silicones, sulfates, and parabens.
Nu Skin, ageLOC LumiSpa, $199, acailable at Nu Skin.
This brand-new cleansing device offers a myriad of benefits—including smoother and more radiant skin, fewer visible pores, and, of course, clean skin—without being too harsh on the skin with its nonabrasive silicone surface as opposed to traditional brush bristles.
Hourglass, Arch Brow Volumizing Fiber Gel, $28, available at Beautylish.
This fiber-infused brow gel formula helps you achieve natural-looking feathery fullness, sans flaking or smudging.
Glow Recipe, Watermelon Glow Pink Juice Moisturizer, $39, available at Glow Recipe.
If you, like us, have fallen in love with Glow Recipe’s Watermelon Sleeping mask, you’ll be just as infatuated with the brand’s new 100 percent vegan moisturizer from the same family. It’s oil-free, infused with hyaluronic acid and antioxidants, and perfect for winter months.
Supergoop! Unscreen Sunscreen SPF 40, $32, available at Super Goop!
We never want to be without this clear Supergoop! sunscreen. It’s tied with Glossier’s Invisible Shield for being our favorite, though Supergoop! does offer more product and provides a velvety, oil-free finish.
Kristin Ess, Anytime Anywhere Recovery Balm, $14, available at Target.
Celebrity hairstylist Kristin Ess’ hair products are not only affordable but work on a range of hair types. A rarity! Her castor oil and coconut oil on-the-go balm can be used after a workout session, as a pre-shampoo treatment (our personal favorite), or when your hair ends are feeling parched. It both smells and works like a dream.
SheaMoisture, Curl Stretch Pudding, $11.99, available at Sally Beauty.
This is for every curly-haired girl who has been the victim of shrinkage. SheaMoisture’s ingenious new line will help elongate your hair, so you’re not subject to “did you cut your hair?” questioning after every wash day.
Oribe, Serene Scalp Soothing Leave-On Treatment, $48, available February 5 at Oribe.
More and more brands are realizing the importance of putting your scalp health first, and Oribe’s new products are some of the most effective and chicest on the market right now. Our personal favorite is this leave-on treatment, which helps to balance the scalp with mint and chamomile.
BlinkBrowBar London, Ultra Slim Brow Definer, $30, available in April at BlinkBrowBar London.
BlinkBrowBar London is rebranding its line this spring, which will include a new, minimal logo and upgraded products. A standout of the bunch is this ultra-slim brow definer, which comes in five different shades and allows users to decide whether they want a subtle or bold brow.