Welcome to Last Drop, where you can discover the newest and buzziest beauty launches hitting shelves near you.
Fans of the iconic Milky Jelly Cleanser, which is a gentle, conditioning facial wash that eliminates dirt and oil without stripping the skin, will enjoy Glossier’s newest addition to the family. The bar version of the bestselling cleanser is fragrance-free and just as conditioning as its predecessor, thanks to a blend of shea butter, chamomile extract, and more.
It’s time to push the fruity, bright floral scents you’ve been spraying to the back of your fragrance collection to make way for some winter goodness. Coming in strong with an intoxicating aroma built around myrrh essences and deepened by vanilla is Tom Ford’s latest creation, Myrrhe Mystère Eau de Parfum.
Here’s a powerhouse serum that works overtime to overturn a slew of skin concerns. Need to boost radiance? Support your moisture barrier? Improve elasticity? Smooth texture? Massage the serum on post-cleanse and watch it go to work.
Leave it to Danessa Myricks to create an all-in-one palette that streamlines the makeup process without skipping steps. The Groundwork Defining Neutrals palette comes equipped with both powder and velvet pomade formulas to help you sculpt, define, and lift any area of your face—yes, including your lips.
Brighten and set your under eye area with Huda Beauty’s new Bake and Snatch Setting Powder. It’s talc-free, meaning less chance of caking in your under eye area. Use a fluffy brush to set and forget.
Here’s how you can make your home smell like a cinnamon roll, no baking required. Glasshouse Fragrances launched its limited edition, Last Run Duo Candle c0llection. Fireside in Queenstown, which includes notes of cinnamon, clove, as well as orris and guaiac wood, this candle has an incredible throw and will make your home smell delicious. If you want a lighter, more fresh, while warming scent to fill your living room, opt for Last Run in Aspen, which will transport you to post slope bliss.
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