Beauty Products to Toss, Try & Buy

August's ultimate refresh-your-routine guide from MC's beauty editors.

Beauty Products to Toss, Try & Buy

TOSS The bacteria-ridden jumbo gloss that loses its appeal halfway through.

TRY Mini lip lacquers that clip on to your keys or purse strap and offer easy access to extra bling.

BUY Dior Cristal Shine ($60) and Clinique Best of Lips Keychain ($18.50).
Jeffrey Westbrook

Beauty Products to Toss, Try & Buy

TOSS Faux "mountain fresh" laundry detergents that overpower your perfume.

TRY Scent-free formulas and a spritz of sheer gardenia Kai Room and Linen spray ($52) on sheets for a beachy escape (in your dreams).

BUY The Laundress's super-concentrated fabric wash ($45), which now comes infused with the subtly addictive Le Labo Rose 31 scent.
Jeffrey Westbrook

Beauty Products to Toss, Try & Buy

TRY Fighting frizz on humid days with Aveda Smooth Infusion Glossing Straightener ($21), a liquid gel that ensures a sleek blowout, no brush required.
Jeffrey Westbrook

Beauty Products to Toss, Try & Buy

BUY Shu Uemura Cleansing Oil Fresh ($65)—it removes stubborn waterproof sunscreen better than soap alone, while manga artist Moyoco Anno's whimsical, limited-edition bottle brightens up your bathroom.
Jeffrey Westbrook

Beauty Products to Toss, Try & Buy

EXTREME BEAUTY GADGET: FACE TRAINING
Workout addicts have a new target: the face. The FaceTrainer mask ($199; hsn.com) is a stretchy hood that covers your head and neck to provide allover resistance during a 10-minute series of toning moves. Clinical results show significantly lifted brows, firmer skin, and a more defined jawline after 60 days. But if you're claustrophobic, firming tools like Olay Regenerist Anti-Aging Eye Roller ($22.99) and Sculptinex Instant ReSculpting Face Treatment ($44.50) also do the trick—and won't scare your pets.
Jeffrey Westbrook
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