Beauty prod­ucts we’re cov­et­ing now.

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The prod­ucts we’re cov­et­ing now.

1. Per­fumer Chris­tine Nagel pairs joy­ful flo­rals like Madonna lilies and mag­no­lia with woody notes in Her­mès Un Jardin sur la La­gune Eau de Toi­lette Spray ($164 for 100 mL). 2. French colourist Christophe Robin cre­ated his beloved Re­gen­er­at­ing Mask with Rare Prickly Pear Seed Oil ($75) to counter colour dam­age; con­sider this a nec­es­sary com­pan­ion should you be tran­si­tion­ing to sum­mer blond. 3. “I’m very fond of gloss for the eyes,” says Lu­cia Pica, the bril­liant makeup artist be­hind the glossy-gold Chanel Om­bre Pre­mière Gloss in 067 So­laire ($42). Wear a dab in the cen­tre of each eye, or slather it from lash line to brow. 4. The peachy hue of Char­lotte Til­bury Glow­gasm Beauty Light Wand in High Blush ($50) is per­fect for when high temps make lay­er­ing high­lighter and blush seem too stren­u­ous. 5. Sheer out May­belline New York Su­perS­tay Full Cov­er­age Pow­der Foun­da­tion ($15) by ap­ply­ing it with a fluffy brush. For max­i­mum cov­er­age, use the sponge ap­pli­ca­tor. “You can fold the sponge around your fin­ger and use it on hard-to-reach places like un­der the eyes and around the nose,” says Grace Lee, lead makeup artist for May­belline New York Canada. 6. En­vi­ron­men­tal preser­va­tion is im­por­tant to Akar Skin; the goji and sea-buck­thorn berries found in its Re­store Eye Serum ($85) are sourced from farms it has part­nered with on the re­mote (read “far away from sources of pol­lu­tion”) Ti­betan plateau, a nat­u­rally ir­ri­gated plane. For de­tails, see Shop­ping Guide.

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