Warm Up

An energizing skincare duo, extragentle hair care and a cheery new fragrance usher in the change of season.

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Chantecaille Protected Paradise Eyes’ playful trio of rose, aqua and green shadows may seem a bit daunting to those who stick with neutrals. But the rose makes a pretty highlighter; the green has a wearable gray undertone; and the pearlescent finish on all three shades lends a subtle shimmer. $90;

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Clarins Younger Longer Balm promises to keep skin, well, younger longer. By protecting capillaries with botanical extracts and nerve endings with amino acids, the product aims to increase blood flow and promote cell turnover for brighter complexions. $98;

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Both the Balans Deep Pore Cleanser and the Mineral Källa Energy Tonic from holistic skincare company Själ are infused with gold, silver and geranium, a trio that is said to cleanse and detoxify skin. The pink hue comes from rose quartz, which New Agey types claim is great for your chi. $65 each;

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Burn’s signature three-wick candles in complex scents made the L.A. brand a cult favorite when it launched in 2003. Its latest offering is Ceremonial Jasmine Tea, a softly sweet candle made by steeping jasmine sambac flowers in green tea for 12 days straight. $55; at Studio at Fred Segal.

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Burberry The Beat’s lively notes of bright mandarin, Ceylon tea and bluebell flower are tempered by woodsy cedar, resulting in a scent that’s warm, youthful and perfect for spring. $62; at Bloomingdale’s.

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Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Lavender Mint Moisturizing Shampoo’s rich, fragrant formula is ideal for dry and colored hair. Nourishing amino acids strengthen even the most brittle strands and create newfound sheen. $11; at professional salons.