In Jean’s Fall Shopping Cart
A gorgeous do-everything-invisibly lip/cheek tint, a subtle but blackest-black swipe of eyeliner, a sinks-right-in moisturizing/firming/glow-ifying face oil, and the best-smelling brown-sugar scrub on earth…all I need this month to look and feel that ready-for-anything, back-to-school newness:
Olio E Osso Balmgoop, $28
The citrusy, super-moisturizing tinted lip/cheek balm delivers all the cushy hydration of the original No. 1 Balm, with the addition of the most flattering-to-all-skin-types sheer pigment out there, period. It’s the sort of your-lips-but-better color that brightens up your whole face, yet doesn’t read as “lipstick” or even “gloss”—just all-natural prettiness, pure and simple. Bonus: The stick fits the shape of your lips perfectly, so it feels especially fantastic going on.
goop by Juice Beauty Enriching Face Oilgoop, $110
This nourishing, potent miracle oil sinks instantly into skin and starts to work. Made with a pure blend of organic oils, it leaves skin remarkably supple, soft, and glowing. It turbo-charges any moisturizer, but also hydrates beautifully on its own. It can even be patted on over makeup for a midday pick-me-up. The Enriching Face Oil is formulated with USDA-certified organic ingredients and contains approximately 99% total organic content.
W3LL PEOPLE Expressionist Liquid Eyelinergoop, $18
This incredible (clean, nontoxic) liquid liner is as brilliant for a great cat-eye swoop as it is for subtle, natural eye definition. It’s blackest-black and incredibly easy to apply—focus on the base of the lashes and work outwards. After a few minutes of play where you can easily wipe away mistakes, it sets and lasts better than most conventional chemical eyeliners: It doesn’t smudge, flake, or fade away, and it’s water-resistant. Miraculously, because it’s made with skin-calming organic rosemary oil, it’s great for people with sensitive skin, eyes, or both. Whether you love dramatic liner or practically none, this is the one for you. TIP: Subtly applied liquid liner means you need fewer coats of mascara to define your eyes.