New in Beauty: Six Fun Products to Try

We’ve managed to amass quite a pile of beauty awesomeness on our desks over the last few weeks, so we sorted through it all and picked out the best of the bunch to share with you. These products have absolutely nothing in common other than: 1) they’re new 2) they’re fabulous. From the top of your head, to the tips of your fingers, there are lots of new things to try this month. Click through to see the treasures we found.
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We’ve managed to amass quite a pile of beauty awesomeness on our desks over the last few weeks, so we sorted through it all and picked out the best of the bunch to share with you. These products have absolutely nothing in common other than: 1) they’re new 2) they’re fabulous. From the top of your head, to the tips of your fingers, there are lots of new things to try this month. Click through to see the treasures we found.
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We’ve managed to amass quite a pile of beauty awesomeness on our desks over the last few weeks, so we sorted through it all and picked out the best of the bunch to share with you.

These products have absolutely nothing in common other than: 1) they’re

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Almay Makeup Eraser Sticks: These beauties are absolutely ingenious. They look like regular Q-tips, but they're filled with an oil-free makeup remover. You just crack the tip and the ends get satruated. Great for those end-of-the-day touch-ups when you've figured out that your eyeliner migrated halfway down your face. $5.49,

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LUSH Jon Burgerman Bathtime Favourites Tin: This tin filled with LUSH's signature bath bombs is possibly the cutest thing we've seen all summer. Designed by Brit cartoonist, Jon Burgerman, it's filled with nine different bath bombs. After they're gone, the tin is reusable. We're envisioning filling it with M&M's. $49.99 limited edition,

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Boom Boom Brow-ssiere: Malynda Vigliotti, who obtained the nickname "Boom Boom" somewhere along the way, is a former model agent who burned out on the industry and went to beauty school in her 30s. The result? An adorable brow shop in Manhattan and some pretty cool products. Our fave is the Brow-ssiere--and not only because of its amazing name. It's a multi-purpose gel that you can apply to your

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Milani Color Streaks: Don't want to pay $200 for

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Duri KRAKL Polish: Duri is getting into the

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Kevin Murphy Texture Master and Hair Resort Sprays: Yes, there are tons of beachy texture sprays out there. The Resort Spray is a lighter aerosol version of a cream texturizer. It left our hair not greasy, and not crunchy either, which is always a fear with a spray. The Texture Master spray is for those days you want BIG hair--it gives hair a volumized, teased effect (don't go as far as this though.) $25 at salons