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Beauty prod­ucts we’re cov­et­ing now.

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The beauty prod­ucts we’re cov­et­ing now.

1. What ge­nius cometh now from the Van­cou­ver-based botan­i­cal-skin­care line San­gre de Fruta? Heav­enly scented biodegrad­able sham­poos and con­di­tion­ers in per­fect-sized pump bot­tles: not so big that they fall off your shower ledge but large enough to give you months of washes.

San­gre de Fruta Neroli Noir Sham­poo ($55). 2. If mar­ble coun­ter­tops are within your bud­get, you’ll love the bright­en­ing Le Soin Noir & Blanc Masque ($377), made with two po­tent al­gae ex­tracts, from the deca­dent new-to-canada

Givenchy Le Soin Noir skin­care col­lec­tion. 3. Dab Sephora Col­lec­tion Glow Stick in 01 Moon­light Shim­mer ($10) on cheek­bones and blend with your fin­gers for an easy glow. 4. Ap­ply­ing tra­di­tional cake eye­liner re­quires dip­ping a wet an­gled brush into a dry pow­der and then swip­ing it on with painterly pre­ci­sion. Kat Von D Beauty Cake Pen­cil ($23 each) sim­pli­fies the mat­ter with its creamto-pow­der for­mula. 5. Nar­ciso Ro­driguez For Her Pure Musc Eau de Par­fum Spray ($148 for 100 ml) can be worn alone to high­light the del­i­cate white-flo­ral heart notes or cock­tailed with other scents in the For Her fra­grance fam­ily to ramp up the woodsy, musky in­ten­sity.

6. Cover­girl Ex­hi­bi­tion­ist Mas­cara ($13) has a wire brush (you know, fluffy bris­tles as op­posed to a moulded plas­tic wand) and a creamy, build­able for­mula to help you achieve peak lash vol­ume. For de­tails, see Shop­ping Guide.

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