13 New Beauty Products to Lust Over in December
'Tis the season… for new beauty products to swipe, spritz, and swatch. From new lipsticks to sultry scents, you'll find 13 of our favorite beauty products launching in this festive month ahead. Cheers to that!
Keep scrolling for December's best beauty launches!
Eucerin In-Shower Moisturizer ($11)
Apply, rinse, walk out—it’s that easy. If you hate applying lotion, you're going to love Eucerin's new in-shower moisturizer. Like Nivea's In-Shower Body Lotion ($6), all you have to do it apply in the shower like a body cleanser, then rinse off. The fragrance-free formula will stay on your skin and continue hydrating, without any hint of greasiness.
Laura Geller The Delectables Eye Shadow Palette ($45)
Baked eye shadow is the answer to your makeup prayers. Each of the shadows in this new palette started as liquid pigments, which means you can use them wet or dry, as shadow or as liner. Simply wet your brush and dip into your desired shade for a high-pigment, shimmering finish.
A feminine, exuberant fragrance, Missoni's new Eau de Parfum is the brand in scent form. Notes of jasmine, tonka bean, and mahonia intertwine in perfect harmony for a fresh take on citrus and florals. Plus, just look at the bottle.
MAC Lipstick in Von Teese ($18)
Who better to inspire a red lipstick than the queen of seduction herself? Dita Von Teese is teaming up with MAC this month to release a limited-edition red lipstick—her signature shade. You can also read more about Von Teese's red lipstick secrets in our exclusive interview.
Pinterest DIYs are great in theory—until you actually try to attempt them and realize you have absolutely zero of the ingredients required. Enter S.W. Basics’ new DIY Skincare Essentials line, made up of products consisting of only a single ingredient. From jojoba oil to rose water to aloe vera powder (yes, aloe vera powder), all these products are mix-and-matchable or can be used alone. Trust us—your skin will love it.
Blushington B. Lovely Lipstick ($26)
Created in conjunction with makeup artist Julie Hewett, Blushington's first-ever namesake product is a cutely packaged lipstick of the peachy-nude variety—think Brigitte Bardot or Twiggy. The creamy matte formula glides on smoothly and promises to flatter all skin tones.
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