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16 new beauty products to obsess over in March

1. Charlotte Tilbury Magic Foundation ($44)

There’s a reason why every beauty website under the sun has written about this foundation (including us – our editor professed her love for it here). Simply put, the foundation is worthy of its “magic” moniker. It swiftly covers discoloration and blemishes without ever feeling heavy, and somehow makes your pores disappear in the process. Anyone with acne, melasma or rosacea will love this product – as well as anyone who would like their skin to look airbrushed IRL (aka everyone). We can’t get enough.

2. Sea Radiance Rapid Eye Lift ($79)

Made with the brand’s potent Sea Elixir – which blends organic botanicals and sea flora to deliver 100 times the antioxidant power of vitamin C – dermatologist Dr. Debra Jaliman’s new skin care line promises dramatic results. The eye serum in particular sounds promising, with claims to decrease crow’s feet, fine lines and wrinkles – all while plumping up the skin and fighting free radicals.

3. Dove Dry Oil Moisture Body Wash ($6)

Want the silkiest skin ever? Dove’s new dry oil body wash will help. Made with Moroccan argan oil to nourish and protect dry skin in the shower, the body wash smells luxurious and promises to replenish your skin 12 times more than competitors.

4. Orlando Pita Play Max Capacity Hybrid Hairspray ($28)

Made with fine-haired women in mind, Orlando Pita’s new line is all about volume. The hairspray in particular is a standout, mainly because it’s less of a traditional hairspray and more of a dry shampoo-hairspray-texture spray hybrid. Spritz it through your strands to hold things in place and add lift.

5. Dolce & Gabbana Dolce Excelsa ($93)

A floral fragrance that captures the essence of fresh rose petals in full bloom, Dolce & Gabbana’s alluring new scent is perfect for a fresh spring day – and night. Neroli leaves, papaya flower and white water lily all blend together for a soft, sophisticated scent.

6. Giorgio Armani Prima Glow-On Moisturizing Balm ($110)

Armani’s new Prima line is the plumping, dew-giving line your tired skin needs. Hyaluronic acid, glycerin and a unique creation process lock in moisture immediately, and also guarantee a fresh, hydrated complexion at the end of the day. Plus, we just really love the soft, candlelit finish.

7. Flower Beauty E. E. Erase Everything Ultimate Foundation ($13)

This new launch from Drew Barrymore’s line is the BB cream-foundation hybrid of your dreams. The balmlike formula has a whipped texture for a natural finish while light-reflecting particles brighten sallow complexions and blur imperfections. Plus, the price can’t be beat (and we love that it comes with a built-in brush head).

8. Wander Wanderout Dual Lipstick ($30)

Big news: Your favorite supermodel-created makeup line is launching the coolest line of dual-ended lipsticks on Sephora.com. Created with the girl-on-the-go in mind, each of the duos contain one neutral shade for daytime and another vampire shade for a night out. Genius!

9. Living Proof Perfect Hair Day Frehs Cut Split End Mender ($24)

This new launch from Living Proof promises to do the impossible: mend your split ends. The formula says it can “seal” your split ends so you can’t see or feel them and mimics the look of a fresh haircut. Intrigued? You can snatch it up at Livingproof.com and Sephora on March 4.

10. Biossance The Nourisher Precious Rose Face Oil ($72)

Love face oils? We’ve got another one to throw in the ring. Biossance’s rose face oil is made with the brand’s plant-derive squalane, chios crystal oil, vitamin C and Damascus rose extract to seal in moisture, smooth fine lines and improve skin texture and radiance. Natural beauty lovers, the ingredients list is delightfully short and sweet.

11. Clinique Extra Gentle Cleansing Foam ($20)

Created with those with dry and sensitive skin in mind, Clinique’s new cleansing foam is sulfate-free and instead boasts hydrating ingredients like glycerin, algae extract and hyaluronic acid for clean, soft skin without that tight feeling post-cleanse.

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