ON THE BRIGHT SIDE

START THE YEAR ANEW WITH THESE BOLD BEAUTY LOOKS AND FRESH LAUNCHES.

Gotham - - Contents - BY CHRISTINA CLEMENTE

Start the year anew with these bold beauty looks and fresh launches.

MAKE IT POP!

The “no-makeup makeup” look is get­ting an up­grade. “The pops of color we see this sea­son are a nat­u­ral re­ac­tion to the last few sea­sons of very bare skin,” ex­plains makeup artist Sil Bruinsma, who cre­ated the bold lips for Thom Browne’s Spring show. Pair Instant Icon from MAC’S Colour­rocker line or Sephora’s Sea Mist with a nat­u­ral, dewy com­plex­ion. MAC, 185 Green­wich St., 212-2279092; mac­cos­met­ics.com; Sephora, 555 Broad­way, 212-625-1309; sephora.com

SMOOTH OP­ER­A­TOR

Avail­able in March, Chanel’s new Rouge Coco Gloss boasts a dual-sided ap­pli­ca­tor for the sea­son’s bold cov­er­age, and all 24 shades are chock-full of in­gre­di­ents that en­sure a com­fort­able wear (co­conut oil, any­one?). 139 Spring St., 212334-0055; chanel.com

WET AND WILD

Let your hair down— but slick it back, too. “The key is to hy­drate your hair with more prod­uct than you would nor­mally use,” says Moroc­canoil’s global am­bas­sador, An­to­nio Cor­ral Calero, who cre­ated the sleek Spring run­way looks for March­esa. Ap­ply Moroc­canoil Treat­ment and dry your hair straight, then spritz sec­tioned-off pieces with the brand’s Heat Styling Pro­tec­tion. Fol­low with the Pro­fes­sional Se­ries Ti­ta­nium Ce­ramic Hairstyling Iron. Sa­lon Ziba, 200 W. 57th St., 212-767-0577; moroc­canoil.com

PLUMP IT UP

Thanks to a pow­er­ful cock­tail of antioxidants, Clinique’s Pep-start Hy­drorush Mois­tur­izer helps keep spring skin glow­ing and pro­tected from en­vi­ron­men­tal ir­ri­tants such as wind and pol­lu­tion, while a combo of hyaluronic acid and pep­tides keeps it taut and firm. Sephora, 555 Broad­way, 212-625-1309; sephora.com

“COL­ORS THAT CAN LOOK TACKY WITH BRONZER ARE STRIK­ING WITH POLISHED SKIN.”

— SIL BRUINSMA

CLINIQUE’S PEP-START CON­TAINS A COCK­TAIL OF ANTIOXIDANTS.

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