Moll’s Beauty Bag: My Favorite Brand New Beauty Products of 2015

03.19.15

LOVE THIS! New spring beauty products to make you feel pretty and pampered!

LOVE IT NOW BECAUSE: These are the products that are going to step up your beauty regimen this spring!

Yves Saint Laurent Baby Doll Kiss & Blush Lips & Cheeks in Rose Epicurien ($40): This light, air-whipped, 2-in-1 mousse formula effortlessly blends onto cheeks and lips for a buildable, super smooth, soft matte finish.

Kerastase V.I.P. Volume In Powder Dry Volumizing and Texturizing Spray ($37): The hairstylists in Los Angeles and New York are going crazy for this stuff! What makes it so different than all of the other hairsprays and texturizers? This gives you immediate body, volume and grip, to last all day long. As one hairstylist friend of mine said, “It gives you backcombing without the backcombing!” As a Tennessee and Texas lady, make me a VIP!

Garnier Ultra-Lift Miracle Sleeping Cream ($16.99): This deeply hydrating cream not only moisturizes while you sleep, but reduces wrinkles, too! It’s rich, without being greasy, thanks to its key ingredient of Lavender Essential Oil. As for the anti-aging superheroes, well, those would be the hyularonic and hydroxy acids. Now, your night cream doesn’t need to bankrupt you!

Murad Rapid Collagen Infusion For Lips ($24): Just like serums work best under moisturizers, this product ideally works when worn under lip balm. What’s so great about it? Well, collagen amino acids stimulate micro-circulation for plumper, fuller lips, while those lip lines we loathe are reduced big time.

Lorac Porefection Concealer ($24): You know how under-eye concealers often look dry? Not this one. This new concealer is receiving rave reviews because it combines the effects of that killer combo of eye cream and concealer. Plus, it’s even infused with anti-aging properties, including Vitamins A, C & E, fruit extracts of Lemon and Papaya – and White Peony, which is known to brighten and nourish.

Moll’s Bag of Tricks: When you’re in the market for new beauty products, be sure to check the store’s return policy. While drugstores often have a strict no-return policy on open products, stores like Sephora and Nordstrom are more lenient. So, for instance, if you invest in a product, and you have an allergic reaction to it, they are much more likely to return or exchange it for you.