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Celebrity makeup artist, Mally Roncal, has collaborated with Disney to create a limited edition Disney Frozen collection. The makeup is inspired by the positive traits of the strong-willed sisters Elsa and Anna. The highly pigmented, color-rich products include eye shadows, eyeliners, mascaras, lip glosses and blushes. Packaged in two ice castle cases — one for Elsa and one for Anna — the collection also comes with two snowflake-adorned keepsake mirrors. The seven-piece collection costs $55 at www.qvc.com.

REVITALIZED SKIN

Silk’n ReVit is an at-home microdermabrasion device that removes the outer layer of dry skin and clears skin of dirt to reveal a smoother looking complexion. The $99 tool features a gentle diamond tip combined with vacuum stimulation which improves tone and elasticity of skin. There are three detachable treatment heads ranging from fine to coarse to allow for personalized treatment. Using it for just 10 to 15 minutes should bring noticeable results. The device is available now on silkn.com.

LUCITE LIPS

Get ready for the holidays with Gallany Lucite Lips Lip Gloss. The lip gloss feels like a balm, but shines like a gloss. There are 21 shades including neutrals, brights and metallics. The vanilla-and-mint-infused formula features plumping spheres that moisturize lips on contact and also help to create the look of volume and fullness. Lips stay moist without that sticky or tacky feeling and the color lasts a long time. The gloss is available now for $18 at Gallany.com.



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