Behold: The Best New Beauty Products for Spring 2017

“A la Mode” Photographed by Alasdair McLellan, Styled by Edward Enninful. W Magazine, February 2017

Shiny hair and bright skin were the trends of the red carpet season, popping up on the likes of Emma Stone, Amy Adams, and Nicole Kidman. Want to emulate the look into your own beauty arsenal? Well, you’re in luck, as the best new products on the market for spring are aimed to give you just that. Kardashian mega-stylist Jen Atkin created the world’s first—wait for it—foam dry shampoo. Sure, the foam is as light to the touch as that mousse your mother used in the ‘80s, but the real kicker is the fresh blowout-style shine it imparts. More in the gloss world is R+Co’s Trophy Shine and Texture Spray, which also gives locks the life and luster of just-came-from-the-salon style. And when it comes to skin, there’s never been a better time to serve a fresh face than now, thanks to exfoliators like Dior Hydra Life Glow Better Fresh Jelly Mask and Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial. The two are perfect for sensitive skin and offer the joys of instant gratification after just one use. Also a must-have? Shower Clear’s chrome shower head that is designed to prevent any signs of mold. For more of the best beauty buys to take you through the season, click through.


The dry shampoo adverse finally have their formula—the mousse leaves no white residue, and gives a touch of shine. Because clean hair doesn’t have to be matte.

Ouai Dry Shampoo Foam, $28,


That J.Lo glow starts with proper physical and chemical exfoliation. The apricot seeds tackle the former, while the citrus extracts give the chemical kick.

Dior Hydra Life Glow Better Fresh Jelly Mask, $69,


The famed P50 exfoliating lotion’s newest flavor targets pigment by regulating melanin production. You know, the spots that started appearing once you hit 25?

Biologique Recherche Lotion P50 PIGM 400, $66,


25 percent alpha hydroxy acid is no small dose, but Drunk Elephant managed to make it gentle enough for the most sensitive of mugs. The glowing result is worth gloating about.

Drunk Elephant T.L.C Sukari Babyfacial, $80,


Talk about a brush with greatness! This TSA friendly baby is easier to apply than a solid cameo, and more fun too. Plus, the synthetic bristles are animal-friendly and won’t cause irritation.

Byredo Gypsy Water Kabuki Perfume, $65, available in May at


When you want the ease of a spray with the control of a lotion, mousse is the word. The fast-absorbing formula will save your best threads from sunscreen stains too.

Supergoop! Super Power Sunscreen Mousse Broad Spectrum SPF 50, $34, available in April at


Shine and texture come together for the ultimate all-in-one product. Like we said: shiny hair is in, matte is out.

R+Co TROPHY Shine Texture Spray, $29,


Most setting mists actually disrupt makeup, which is why makeup artist Hung Vanngo is so excited about this one. The spray is so fine that is does its job, without making his any harder.

Marc Jacobs Perfecting Coconut Setting Mist, $39, available in April at


Most salt scrubs are too rough for the scalp, and come as added step to a normal hair care routine, which is why founder Nancy Twine looked to skincare in developing this incredible 2-in-1. The charcoal draws out impurities to keep the scalp and hair follicles health, while coconut oil hydrates the ends.

Briogeo Scalp Revival Shampoo,$42, available in April at


A shower head that latches to close? Mold gets trapped in traditional styles, which makes for a moldy shower is not only problematic for skin and hair, but for your health too. Shower Clear unhooks between use to keep it clean.

Shower Clear The Original Chrome Shower Head, $275,