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Feminine Mystique

Color-changing gloss, energizing bath salts and plenty of pink make for a glam and girly month in beauty.

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    Revlon ColorStay Mineral Lipglaze puts natural ingredients to work. Mica provides high shine, titanium dioxide delivers concentrated color, and silica creates a smooth finish.
    $8.99; at drugstores.

    Photography by John Aquino

    June 2008

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    To avoid multiple touch-ups during kissing scenes, Holly­wood makeup artist Tricia Sawyer designed long-lasting Clearly Pretty Color Revealing Lip Gloss. The product is clear in the tube but turns a flattering shade of pink when it comes in contact with lips.
    $18; triciasawyer.com

    Photography by John Aquino

    June 2008

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    Dr. Andrew Weil for Origins The Way of the Bath Matcha Tea Body Soak claims to increase energy flow in the body. Even New Age skeptics will appreciate the bath salts? invigorating scent of lemongrass, sweet orange and patchouli.
    $45; at Origins.

    Photography by John Aquino

    June 2008

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    The new British skincare line Elemental Herbology aims to mitigate the effects of changing seasons on skin. The summer range (a winter one will debut later this year) includes the Cool & Clear Facial Cleanser, which helps balance oil production during steamy months.
    $57; at Space NK.

    Photography by John Aquino

    June 2008

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    By Terry Rose de Rose Sheer Liquid Blush gives new meaning to a rosy glow. The becoming tint contains pigment extracted from rose petals (it smells every bit as sweet as the flower) and imparts a pearly, light-diffusing finish.
    $52; barneys.com

    Photography by John Aquino

    June 2008

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    Sebastian Professional Whipped Crème, which launches in July, is as frothy as the real deal but doesn’t carry any of the guilt. The hair-care potion sculpts soft waves and bouncy ringlets without leaving behind that dreaded crunchy feel.
    $19; at salons.

    Photography by John Aquino

    June 2008

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