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Five Beauty Finds on My Fall Wishlist

2014 September 12


I know…it would probably be far more beneficial to you to read about products I have actually tried and liked and want to recommend.

And I love to share those (check out the “must-haves” tab to your right or just search “must-haves”), don’t get me wrong.

But a girl’s gotta dream too, you know?

There are so many gorgeous new (well, some are only new to me) beauty products out there I am dying to get my hands on so thought I would share my fall beauty wishlist with you all:

Arcona Brightening Gommage exfoliator. I am all about exfoliators and scrubbing my sun-damaged skin after these long summer months so when Jenna Lyons mentioned this as her favorite must-have, I knew it would have to be mine too.

Sunday Riley Good Genes treatment. Another skin savior that is supposed to be amazing. But it comes with an amazing price tag, too. So while I tuck it safely away on my Christmas list, I may try the Sunday Riley cleanser instead.

I rarely wear fragrances (except for Kai, for obvious personal reasons) but I might be swayed to change my stance for this stunning new collection inspired by famed fashion editor Diana Vreeland. The warm blend of amber and vanilla in the Extravagance Russe scent sounds absolutely lovely for the months ahead.

Smith & Cult. A new line of too-cool nail polishes from the people that brought you the Hard Candy cosmetics line that you loved so much in the 90s. It’s a 5-free lacquer collection that looks as chic on your vanity as it does on your nails.

Finally, Charlotte Tilbury’s Magic Cream. If you’re bold enough to claim your product has magical powers, it has got to be good. This celebrated celeb makeup artist from London has been concocting this “magic cream” to use on her VIP clientele for years and is finally sharing it with us common folk and our pores…to “treat and transform” them. If that doesn’t sound magical, I don’t know what does.

Have you tried any of these dreamy wishlist finds? If yes, please share your thoughts in the comments! And when I finally try them, I will be sure to share back!

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