Smooth Operators\nBeauty products are designed to feel smooth going on. But these babies take silkiness to the next level.\n Blue marine algae soothes, while tea sourced from the Jeju Island in Korea hydrates in this thick, cooling gel. \n\nPeter Thomas Roth Blue Marine Algae Intense Hydrating Mask, $52, peterthomasroth.com.\nEver dreamed of massaging on your favorite nuzzly fragrance? Now you can. \n\nGiorgio Armani Sì Huile de Parfum, $105, armanibeauty.com.\n\n The flaxseed and glasswort extracts in this delightfully slippery gel prep skin to better absorb whichever serum or moisturizer you apply on top. \n\nElizabeth Arden SuperStart Skin Renewal Booster, $65, elizabetharden.com.\nI brush one stroke of this slightly frosty cream on my eyelids and then smudge it with my finger until it’s just flashy enough. \n\nDior Addict Fluid Shadow, $31, dior.com.\n A foodie friend told me she uses a tiny bit of this balm—derived from rendered beef fat—to vanquish flyaways. \n\nBelcampo Tallow Balm, $6, belcampomeatco.com.\n\nPacked with shea butter, this moisturizer is buttery, indeed. \n\nThe Body Shop Japanese Camellia Cream, $35, thebodyshop-usa.com.\nThis lipstick has the deep pigmentation of nail polish, without even a hint of its stickiness. \n\nChanel Rouge Double Intensité, $31, chanel.com.