The holidays are approaching and you're bound to be spread thin. Thankfully, there are a variety of new goodies that you can indulge in (ahem, chocolate body scrub), as well cut your time in half with—why didn't WE think of spray-on polish? Here, find 12 new products that will keep you calm, cool, collected, and looking damn good amidst your holidaze.
If you're as K-beauty obsessed as we are, you're looking to incorporate post-cleansing essences into your routine. With its luxe renewing ingredients, SK-II's Facial Treatment Essence is the crème de la crème and a cult-favorite. For the holidays, the elixir comes in a limited-edition red butterfly bottle that's calling out to your vanity.
SK-II Red Butterfly Edition Facial Treatment Essence, $229; saksfifthavenue.com.
Dita Von Teese works the hell out of a red lip and of all the scarlet shades in our repertoire, nothing quite rises up to her signature pink-based hue. Thankfully, MAC heard our prayers and has teamed up with the burlesque star on a matte lipstick that hits shelves December 9—i.e. just in time for you to slay at all your holiday parties.
M.A.C. x Dita Von Teese Viva Glam Lipstick, coming in December.
There's nothing more intoxicating than Oribe's signature scent, rich with Calabrian bergamot, white butterfly jasmine, and sandalwood. It's heaven, we tell you.
And thus, the brand's new quick-absorbing Cote D'Azur for hair and body is the most luxe 2-for-1 we can imagine. Whether you're nourishing your skin or slicking your hair back (it's totally safe for processed strands), you will be glowy and sweet smelling all over. Plus, the apothecary-like ombré bottle is chiiiic.
Oribe's Côte d'Azur Luminous Hair and Body Oil, $68; barneys.com.
If you've ever contemplated painting your nails and then thought,"Ain't nobody got time for that," 1) We feel you and 2) Nails Inc. has a solution. Their new Paint Can spray-on polish will give you a manicure in 20 seconds. All you have to do is wash your hands with warm water and soap, then voilà! You're done. P.S. it has an Alexa Chung endorsement too, so you know it's not too good to be true.
Nails Inc The Paint Can, £10.00; nailsinc.com.
Because it's about time, Tyra Banks has launched her own beauty line. The product getting the most buzz? The Pop It Clean Makeup Wipes because not only do they magically expunges the day's wear and tear, but they're totally fun to play with. Coming in a pack of 12, each wipe is housed in a single-use pod and when you press down on it, the face wipe looks like it's coming alive. It's SO cool and perfect for on the go.
Tyra Beauty Pop It Clean Makeup Remover Wipes, $12.50; tyra.com.
The beauty world nearly had a conniption when makeup artist, nay genius Pat McGarth announced she'd be releasing her first product ever: a limited-edition gold eyeshadow. Considering there were only 1,000 up for grabs, it completely sold out. But crafty beauty freaks are already taking a D.I.Y. approach to recreating the shadow. Stay tuned for our tutorials on how to make gold pigment wearable coming next week!
Pat McGrath Gold 001, $40; patmcgrath.com.
If you're looking to give your nails a fleeky remix for the holidays, Floss Gloss' new polish has your name written all over it—in sparkles. Whether you want a monochromatic mani or a single statement nail, these metallic pinky-silver flakes are eye-catching. And, a bit more wearable than, say, glitter roots.
Floss Gloss The Pink Nugget Polish, $8, flossgloss.com.
Chanel is getting a little more sultry for the holidays with their Vamp Attitude collection, which was inspired by none other than their beloved nail polish shade. In our humble opinion, its pièce de résistance is this limited-edition, double-C-monogrammed eyeshadow quad, which comes with more neutral satiny beige tones, as well as statement-making plum and golden saffron.
Chanel Les 4 Ombres Quadra Eye Shadow, $61; chanel.com.
There's no commitment quite like a perfectly-painted, symmetrical cat eye and thus we're forever in search of shortcuts for perfecting the feline flick. And let us say, nothing has made it quite as easy as ABLE's stylo pen, which has a slanted, rubber edge cap that you can use to trace it with picture-perfect precision. Total game-changer, no?
ABLE Cosmetics Cat Eye 101 Stylo, $48; ablecosmetics.com.
Ladies that curl their hair on the regular know the dilemma of choosing between a classic curling iron for more tightly-wound spirals and a wand for looser beachy waves. Recognizing this conundrum, celebrity hairstylist Harry Josh dreamed up a new 2-in-1, marcel wand that can give you either. In other words, it's the holy grail curl tool and we needed it like, yesterday.
Harry Josh Pro Tools 2-in-1 Ceramic Marcel Curling Iron 1, $175; dermstore.com.
Science has enlightened us in more ways than one about the powers of chocolate beyond its sweet, sweet taste. This brownie-batter-like cocoa butter body scrub is whipped with ingredients like coconut oil that leaves skin feeling decidedly velvet-like. And after you wash it off in the shower, just the right amount of Godiva-craving-inducing aroma lingers behind.
Fresh Cocoa Body Exfoliant, $45; sephora.com.
Indie beauty brand on the rise MAKE is making unisex products specifically formulated to protect our skin from the premature-aging HEV rays emitted from our iPhones and computers. Their Moonlight primer is the first cream that penetrates deeper than UV rays, so it's got an A+ in protection.
Make Beauty Moonlight Primer, $55; makebeauty.com.