Spring Vibes: Get Happy With These Super Pretty Beauty Products

composure magazine editors picks in a spring mood


Call me a girly-girl, but a pretty package is half the battle when selecting beauty products. Thankfully, all these goodies work amazingly well, too.



You won’t need to fake a smile to apply the blush from this gorgeous pop-up palette. Paul & Joe Beauté Limited Edition Face and Eye Color CS in Papillons de Printemps.

Brightens spots, smells faintly of Bulgarian rose and looks pretty on my vanity. Shiseido White Lucent Luminizing Surge.

Call it spring cleaning in a bottle. This glycolic acid toner not only gets skin seriously glowing, it’s crazy affordable. Pixi Skintreats Glow Tonic.

One whiff and I’m immediately transported to the ’90s, when Prescriptives’ Calyx was what all the It- girls wore. Nest Fragrances Dahlia & Vines Eau de Parfum.

The cult classic I can’t live without in a gorgeous limited edition design. SK-II Facial Treatment Essence Limited Edition.

You’ll love whipping out this cushion tip blurring concealer in the prettiest rose gold tube. Physicians Formula Nude Wear Touch of Blur.



My happy toes shade. CND Vinylux Weekly Polish in Beckoning Begonia.

The entire LAFCO line boasts luxe, layered scents derived from natural essential oils that will make you feel like you’re lying in a bed of flowers. LAFCO Watermint & Neroli Protective Hand Cream.

The scent of a unique strand of peonies cultivated in the French countryside is captured in this fragrance. L’Occitane Peony Pivoine Flora Eau de Toilette.

A sugar lip scrub on one side, a sheer tinted balm on the other in the cutest little macaron-shaped tub. Clinique Sweet Pots Sugar Scrub & Lip Balm.

Just enough juicy color to please even the bright lip-phobic. Tarte Amazonian Butter Lipstick in Watermelon.

Originally published in Composure Magazine.


composure magazine editor's picks in a spring mood



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