After the dry air, grey skies, and dark colors of winter, spring can't get here fast enough. From bright eye-shadows to carry you through festival season to organic foundation and skin repair serums, check out our favorite products for this season.
1. Zuii Certified Organic Powder ($34) Made with vitamin C and rose petals, this organic powder foundation goes on smooth and light and is a perfect transition foundation for slightly dry winter skin, because it moisturizes as protects.
With a new season comes a new beauty regime. It's time to put winter in the past and move forward with new and exciting products to make you look your best when the sun comes out to play. Learn all about our favorite products that will not only help you get over the winter doldrums, but also add a little spring to your step.
With sandal season upon us, it's more important than ever to treat your feet right. Although pedicures keep your toes looking bright and shiny, the best thing you can do to is keep your calluses in check and your skin smooth is to use Dermelect's Runway Ready Luxury Foot Treatment ($25). Even after one use, there is a visible difference of the condition of your skin. The lotion is enriched with natural soothers argan oil and shea butter, anti-inflammatory arnica, moisture-locking hyaluronic acid, and exfoliating hydroxy acids. This amazing product completely transforms your feet and doesn't leave them feeling oily. Additionally, its all-natural scent reminds you of Spring and puts a real pep in your step.
Ever wish your routine make up application was a bit simpler, less time consuming, or actually benefited your skin? Your wish is our command. Like a genie in a bottle, BB Creams are the solution to any, and quite possibly all, the above beautification woes. Popping up at cosmetic counters and drugstore shelves alike, you may have already noticed these additions to your favorite brands’ product lines. From Smashbox to Garnier, it seems everyone’s getting on board to offer this one-step wonder to their loyal, beauty obsessed clientele. Now, if we only knew what they were exactly...