Step one to getting ready: Pop on these rose-gold eye masks, which hold a blend of vitamin C, niacinamide, and ferulic acid. They cool and soothe the skin, reducing puffiness and adding calm.
Mask, but make it festive. This bright gold one has all the exfoliating bits and bobs—clay, volcanic ash—plus a variety of citrus oils. Apply, parade around in all your splendor as you wait 20 minutes for it to work its magic, then rinse off.
Would I love this silky moisturizing serum if it weren’t bright pink? Probably. But that pink makes it irresistible. This serum helps repair the skin barrier and has a kick of ginger extract for a little zing.
This luxurious shampoo and conditioner is so loaded with oils that it’s best for dry, damaged hair. The scent—an intoxicating blend of bergamot, jasmine, and sandalwood—lingers for a surprisingly long time.
A creamy eyeshadow stick that’s easy to scribble on the lids and stays put through cocktails, dinner, dancing, and afterparty without creasing or smudging. It comes in 22 iterations, some matte, some shimmery, some shiny. Give Burnished Bronze a whirl.
This new mascara has a refined skinny brush that manages to build impressively voluminous lashes. The burgundy shade gives a little spark to an evening look without being theatrical (not that there’s anything wrong with theatrical).
A perfect, pure gold eyeshadow is the fizz in this eyeshadow palette. It’s grounded with a reddish burgundy, chocolate brown, and cool platinum. The inside of the palette looks like hammered gold.
An eyeliner that doesn’t tug but instead glides gently over the lids, depositing rich, smudge-resistant color. There’s a pretty irresistible gold (excuse me, Gold Lamé) shade but there’s no arguing with classic black.
This densely pigmented lipstick is loaded with hyaluronic acid and leaves a plush velvety finish. Try No. 333 L’Interdit, a pure red, No. 37 Rouge Grainé, a brownish red, or No. 306 Carmen Escarpin, a bright slightly orange-red.
If lip balm and champagne had a baby, it would look like this fantastical creature. It’s a fully functioning balm that does its moisturizing business while adding a sparkly sheen to the lips.
Let’s call gold a neutral. One coat of this shade is sheer and two are intensely opaque. Paint it on and put your Midas touch to work.
The scent of tuberose has a sexy, creamy quality that’s ideal for a romantic evening. Warm a few drops of this oil in your hands, then smooth them over your legs and on the ends of your hair.
Hair bows are back, if you care about that sort of thing. The truth is, they never really went away. This velvet one is made for a perfectionist: it’s pre-tied, symmetrical, and attached to a barrette. Just clip it in and pretend you’re an ingenue.
This is the queen of all tuberose fragrances, the ideal against which all imitators are measured. It’s luscious and sensual, with orange blossom, jasmine, white iris, and a bit of violet for sweetness. Marilyn Monroe, Rita Hayworth, and Bridget Bardot, no less, were fans.
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