THE WHI­TE­OUT

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Gior­gio Ar­mani Maestro Fu­sion Win­ter Glow in Shade 0 ($68) lends the face the kind of en­vi­able nat­u­ral-look­ing ra­di­ance one might get only from a fairy god­mother. “Many women have very pale skin, where even Maestro Fu­sion in Shade 2 is too vis­i­ble, so I wanted to do some­thing that was very, very pale,” says Linda Can­tello, in­ter­na­tional makeup artist for Gior­gio Ar­mani. Maestro Fu­sion func­tions as a sub­tle il­lu­mi­na­tor and can also ad­just or lighten the shade of another foun­da­tion or tinted mois­tur­izer. “Ex­ist­ing whites on the mar­ket were al­ways chalky and dif­fi­cult to blend; you ended up look­ing like a clown,” says Can­tello. “The new pearl for­mula is a lu­mi­nous white matte in­stead of a shim­mer.” And you don’t have to be Snow White to wear it well. No time for an eye “re­ju­ve­na­tion” be­fore tonight’s rager? Neoten­sil ($500 for 49 ap­pli­ca­tions) is an at-home firm­ing gel duo (think Spanx for the eyes) that cre­ates a smooth­ing poly­mer film un­der eyes to erad­i­cate puffi­ness and dark­ness for up to 16 hours. Con­ceived by an MIT and Har­vard brain trust and launched by Liv­ing Proof, it’s prob­a­bly al­ready a (se­cret) red-car­pet sta­ple. Start scru­ti­niz­ing celebrity pho­tos now. LIZA HERZ

JA­NINE FAL­CON

Vanessa Craft, beauty di­rec­tor “This rich cop­per shadow is an easy and fast way to look fancy. I use a fin­ger­tip to swipe it across my lids to cre­ate a su­per­smoked-out, smudgy liner.” Tom Ford Cream Color for

Eyes in Spice ($45)

This month’s new and note­wor­thy must-haves.

“This sal­i­cylic-acid­spiked sham­poo is my blond­hair saviour: It gen­tly strips away ev­ery last ounce of prod­uct buildup.” Kéras­tase Bain Di­va­lent Bal­anc­ing Sham­poo ($38)

“This bright­en­ing cleanser kept my stressed-out skin clear dur­ing New York Fash­ion Week (a feat, in­deed). It’s ke­fir-like tex­ture feels ex­tra-nour­ish­ing when the last thing you want to do at the end of a fash­ion-fu­elled day is wash your face.” Bi­ologique

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