These are a few of our favorite things
We’re not making it up! Each of these beauty products […]
We’re not making it up! Each of these beauty products can really, truly be found in our staffers’ cosmetic bags.
Pink cheeks! Don’t leave the house without ’em.
—Lauren, Executive Editor
Trish McEvoy blush, $22
Made with volcanic clay, this face and body mask deep cleans skin to clear up clogged pores.
—Katherine, Editorial Intern
Borghese clay mask, $73
I like to start with a blank canvas, and this silky smooth foundation ensures I do.
—Jaya, Editorial Intern
IT Cosmetics foundation, $38
My barely-there lashes are transformed instantly thanks to a wave of this magic mascara wand.
—Shea, Fashion & Style Editor
Maybelline New York mascara, $8
Even in the colder months, I can look like I just returned from a tropical getaway.
—Jane, Associate Editor
Benefit Cosmetics bronzing powder, $28
Years of abusing my skin in the sun left me with unsightly dark spots on my face; this is the only thing I’ve found that actually helps lighten them.
—Lacey, Editor in Chief
Paula’s Choice spot eraser, $25
My locks go from dull and dry to soft and shiny in the span of a shower.
—Ginny, Contributing Editor
philosophy shampoo, $24; conditioner, $26
The secret to why I look so well-rested.
Caudalie eye and lip serum, $75
Copper and calcium make for powerful age-fighting ingredients.
—Mayuko, Product Photographer
Kiehl’s eye cream, $42
This soothing chamomile- and vitamin E-based primer balances my sensitive skin and preps it for foundation.
—Steph, Creative Director
Napoleon Perdis primer, $45