This month, Sephora is celebrating skincare. As we head into a season of less moisture and low vitamin D, it’s important to prioritize happy, healthy skin. There’s no better way to start off your fall than with a powerful collection of rejuvenating and invigorating products, all meant to make you glow.
Josie Maran’s Surreal Skin Finishing Balm is a two in one Make-Up Gripper, a hybrid innovation that works to grip your makeup while hydrating the skin and smoothing your pores. Stay out later knowing not only that your make up will stay on, but that you will wake up the next morning with a clearer, brighter complexion.
Speaking of brightness, the GlamGlow Dream Duo is a must-try. This Overnight Transformer is so effective that you can literally do it in your sleep. Take a nice slumber as this serum replenishes, hydrates, and gently resurfaces skin tired from a long day. Come next morning, both you and your skin will be feeling wide-awake.
Did you know that food feeds your face, too? That’s right, everything you put in your mouth affects the skin’s energy. Fresh’s Vitamin Nectar is a Face Food made from real crushed citrus fruits including oranges and lemons. Its unique acid qualities provide a peel affect that revitalizes skin as it infuses it with vitamins and minerals, leaving your face as sweet and vibrant as a clementine on a summer’s day.
If you aren’t feeling just that colorful, fret not. Sephora’s array of Skin Perfectors delivers color-correcting treatment that turn blue bags into pure brilliance. Powered by strong, nature-sourced ingredients, Dr. Jart’s Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment will neutralize redness and energize your skin. Not only that, but IT Cosmetic’s Bye Bye Under Eye cream combines ingredients like Vitamin C, copper and blue algae to reduce wrinkles, dark circles, and facial puffiness.
So what are you waiting for? Harness the power of these beautifying potions and make October your most radiant month yet.
Lani Allen is a senior at Columbia University majoring in Creative Writing with a concentration in Spanish. Having served as Vice President of her class for two years, she has since contributed written pieces and illustrations to many on-campus publications. As a writer with an interest in the beauty industry, Lani intends to pursue a career in either journalism or fashion marketing.