Blue marine algae soothes, while tea sourced from the Jeju Island in Korea hydrates in this thick, cooling gel.
Peter Thomas Roth Blue Marine Algae Intense Hydrating Mask, $52, peterthomasroth.com.
Ever dreamed of massaging on your favorite nuzzly fragrance? Now you can.
Giorgio Armani Sì Huile de Parfum, $105, armanibeauty.com.
White narcissus lily bulb firms, shea butter smooths, and rose and jasmine essential oils provide a lovely scent. Origins Three Part Harmony Nourishing Cream, $69, origins.com.
The flaxseed and glasswort extracts in this delightfully slippery gel prep skin to better absorb whichever serum or moisturizer you apply on top.
Elizabeth Arden SuperStart Skin Renewal Booster, $65, elizabetharden.com.
I brush one stroke of this slightly frosty cream on my eyelids and then smudge it with my finger until it’s just flashy enough.
Dior Addict Fluid Shadow, $31, dior.com.
A foodie friend told me she uses a tiny bit of this balm—derived from rendered beef fat—to vanquish flyaways.
Belcampo Tallow Balm, $6, belcampomeatco.com.
Remember Cray-Pas oil pastels? This velvety pencil will take you back. Lancôme Drama Liqui-Pencil, $23, sephora.com.
Packed with shea butter, this moisturizer is buttery, indeed.
The Body Shop Japanese Camellia Cream, $35, thebodyshop-usa.com.
This lipstick has the deep pigmentation of nail polish, without even a hint of its stickiness.
Chanel Rouge Double Intensité, $31, chanel.com.