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Spring 2010 Beauty Trend: Spring Fling

Spring’s best beauty products are ready for action.

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Beauty Inc issue 03/12/2010

Whether promising prescription-strength results or amped up with bright colors and bold ingredients, the season’s best beauty products are a high-energy welcome to warm weather.

 

 

Harajuku Lovers Sunshine Cuties

 

The best-selling fragrance dolls get a summer makeover in this limited edition collection. Each wears her own custom bathing suit paired with matching accessories. Notes of fresh fruit give the scents a breezy, beachy feel. $30 each (Macy’s, Nordstrom, Sephora, macys.com, sephora.com)

 

 

Acqua di Parma Bergamotto di Calabria

 

The ancient island of Calabria, set between two sparkling blue seas, is the inspiration behind this uplifting blend of bergamot essential oil, red ginger, Calabrian-harvested citron and cedarwood. $106 (Barneys, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Saks, neimanmarcus.com, saks.com)

 

 

Erno Laszlo Firmarine Treatment Bar

 

This translucent bar soap contains a timerelease formula of firming marine actives, beta-carotene, iron and a rare fatty acid to encourage collagen growth. $39 (Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, ernolaszlo.com)

 

 

Philosophy Hope Springs Eternal Deep Sea Ultra-Fine Revitalizing Mist

 

Spritz Philosophy’s first facial mist throughout the day to refresh and replenish skin with a complex of more than 250 sea-sourced minerals and skin-fortifying betaglucan. $20 (Sephora)

 

 

Rescue Beauty Lounge

 

One of three surfer-inspired hues used on fingertips at the spring 2010 Proenza Schouler show. Bright red Bangin’ is the color of vibrant coral; Blue 360 references a surfing move, and Diddy Mow, seen here, is designed as the color of sand through seawater. $18 (rescuebeauty.com)

 

Carlos Falchi & Mark Rio Golden Sandals

 

Brazilian designer Carlos Falchi looked to his homeland as inspiration for his first collaboration with Mark, including these gilded faux-snakeskin gladiators. $26 (Mark representatives)

 

 

Shu Uemura Depsea Hydrability Moisturizing Emulsion

 

Located 200 meters below the Japanese waters of Cape Murato, Depsea Water is protected from sunlight and pollution damage and maintains a consistent temperature throughout the year. It infuses Shu Uemura’s new lightweight moisturizer, lauded for its ability to improve skin barrier function and lipid synthesis. $65 (Shu Uemura counters)

 

 

Slatkin & Co. Seaside Escape Decorative Candle

 

Burn this creamy concoction of citrus, jasmine, guava, musk and rum for the relaxed feeling of a tropical getaway. $19.50 (Bath & Body Works, bathandbodyworks.com, slatkin.com)

 

 

Elemis Visible Brilliance

 

Red seaweed works with a bevy of minerals, dew bean and a pea protein to repair and restore a sallow-looking complexion. $70 (Bergdorf Goodman)

 

 

Becca Bomborra Palette

 

Taking a cue from Australian surf culture, these five bright shades for eyes and face interpret the colors of sand, sky and sea with a laid-back retro vibe. $68 (beccacosmetics.com)

 

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