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AMUSE YOUR MOUTH

Bite Beauty introduces a new collection of highly pigmented, handcrafted lipsticks designed to entertain your mouth. Amuse Bouche Lipstick, $26, features 34 rich colors that are lightweight on the lips. The Toronto-based brand is known for its high-performance cosmetics with ingredients that are good enough to eat. Amuse Bouche lipsticks include edible oils such as grapeseed, avocado and coconut to keep lips soft and moisturized. Bite lip products are free of parabens, sulfates, petrochemicals, phthalates and are gluten-free. Get Amuse Bouche at Sephora stores and Sephora.com.

NEW GOLD STANDARD

Andre Walker, hairstylist to Oprah Winfrey, created a three-step system of hair care that promises to take the stress out of styling. The Gold System includes six products packed with ingredients including Mongongo oil that moisturize dry, curly, kinky and textured hair types. The Ultimate Moisture Sulfate-Free Shampoo ($9.99), Ultimate Moisture TKO Conditioner ($15.99), Beautiful Kinks Styling Créme Gelee ($15.99), Get It Straight Styling Créme ($15.99), new Beautiful Curls Styling Creme ($15.99) and Q-oil Quench Essential Oil ($15.99) work together over time to train hair and make it more manageable. Products are available at Andrewalkerhair.com and select Target stores and Target.com.

GET CHEEKY

NARS Cosmetics offers the new NARSissist Cheek Studio Palette to help you sculpt, blush and glow your way into spring. Create a range of different looks with two contouring blushes to sculpt the face, a bronzing powder for all-over color and four cheek colors for a natural glow. The palette is limited edition, so get it now for $65 at Sephora and Sephora.com.


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