Start the year anew with these bold beauty looks and fresh launches.
Out of the blue! Makeup artist Sil Bruinsma used MAC’s Lipmix to create seafoam, white, and powder blue (SHOWN) lips at Thom Browne’s Spring show.
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, 112 Newbury St., 617-267-0013; Sephora, The Shops at Prudential Center, 617-262-4200
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?). 6 Newbury St., 617-859-0055
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. G20 Salon and Spa, 278 Newbury St., 617-262-2220
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, The Shops at Prudential Center, 617-262-4200