Matte has emerged as the key texture for spring makeup.
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Diorshow Fusion Mono Matte Eyeshadow
Available in soft to intense shades of pink, taupe, lavender and black, these velvet pot eye shadows have a powdery mousse-gel consistency. $30
For the first time in 18 years, makeup artist François Nars has reformulated his cult classic Multiple to give it a matte finish. The seven-shade iteration features a creamy, lightweight formula that hydrates lips and cheeks. $39
Big Matte Top Coat
Sally Hansen’s top coat turns even the glossiest lacquer matte with a silica agent.
The transparent formula, which can be applied over color or on bare nails, adds a velvet finish. $5.99
Matte Crème Lip Crayon
This powder-light lip crayon includes a mix of naturally derived orange peel wax, fruit butters, jojoba and castor oil to hydrate, as well as resveratrol to fight free radicals around the lip line. Available in six shades. $24
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