Hundreds of beauty products launch each month, but not all of them live up to their claims. To make your life a bit easier, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite new launches of the month to help you discover the legit game-changers worth adding to your cart. Whether you’re an amateur skincare expert, a makeup guru, or just looking for something exciting to add to your medicine cabinet, these are the exciting finds worth adding your top shelf.
Fall is a transitional season—why not try out a transitional scent, one that doesn’t lean too floral or too woody but sits comfortably in between? This latest edition to the Twilly d’Hermès perfume family contains fresh notes of ginger blossom and lychee, as well as musk, to help ground the scent without weighing it down.
Glossier’s fan-favorite Milky Jelly Cleanser now comes in bar form. It’s great for a myriad of reasons—there’s less packaging (read: more environmentally friendly), it’s a multitasker (you can use it on your face and body), and it won’t dry out your skin (shout out to the chamomile extract, shea butter, and allantoin in the formula).
I love a mascara that gives me baby lashes—fluttery, long, and soft—and this new launch from Westman Atelier definitely delivers on all fronts. The tapered brush is precise and lengthens, defines, and separates every single lash for a doe-eyed look.
Post-summer, my skincare routine is centered around hydration, hydration, and uh, more hydration. Lately, I’ve been loving this new serum from Sulwhasoo. The formula features ginseng and other herbs that work to plump and soothe while also strengthening the skin’s outermost layer.
I’m a huge fan of single-shade eyeshadows—they’re portable, easy to hold, and ideal for a simple wash of color. This finely milled shimmer shadow from Addiction Tokyo deposits a highly pigmented shade onto your lids with just one swipe.
Not only does this moisturizer quench my dehydrated skin, but it also relieves redness and smoothes out uneven texture without irritating my skin, all thanks to the pumpkin, retinol, and bakuchiol in the formula.
This isn’t like the other face oils you’ve tried—it comes in 30 single-use pods, which are sealed tight to keep the active ingredients fresh and potent. You’ll find squalane, retinol, hyaluronic acid, and sea fennel extract swimming around in the formula to deliver hydration and smooth the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Celebrity makeup artist Katie Jane Hughes is known for her next-level glow, and thankfully for us, she’s decided to create a kit to help us all out. The Hyper Shine High Lite Kit consists of a blendable cream pigment, a shine serum, and a brush. You can use the shine serum on its own or mix it with the pigments—either way, the end result will be a natural-looking glow.
Diptyque recently launched their first-ever refillable candle collection, and each candle is inspired by a different location. The Nymphées Merveilles candle is currently my go-to scent to light in the evenings while I’m reading; the crisp scent transports me to the orange tree-lined pathways in the garden of the Villa Borromeo Visco and creates a comforting sensorial environment.
Hailey Bieber’s Peptide Lip Treatment is now available in a range of tinted shades. With shea butter, peptides, cupuaçu, and babassu butter, the lip tint works to plump and hydrate while also leaving behind a sheer wash of color.