These are the new hair, skin, and makeup products we’re obsessing over this year.
On one end is a matte concealer stick perfect for hiding zits. On the other is an illuminating milky formula made for concealing dark spots. You'll never need to reach for another concealer for the rest of your life.
Wander Beauty Dualist Concealer, $29, wanderbeauty.com.
Think of this makeup stick as invisible foundation. Traced over skin, it blurs pores, fine lines, and dark spots—but leaves your skin looking just like skin.
Milk Makeup Blur Stick, $36, sephora.com.
There is no concealer on the planet better than the original Clé de Peau Beauté at hiding pimples. This spring, the brand is releasing an illuminating foundation version that leaves skin looking ridiculously flawless.
Clé de Peau Beauté Radiant Stick Foundation, $95, saksfifthavenue.com.
This primer is ideal for anyone that typically hates primer. The pearly formula sinks into skin without leaving skin overly slick, but it blurs pores and mattifies all the same.
Shiseido Ibuki Smart Filtering Smoother, $23, macys.com.
A thicker, matte version of the iconic radiant creamy concealer, tap this one over any dark spots or zits to seamlessly conceal them.
Nars Soft Matte Complete Concealer, $30, sephora.com.
Even the best full coverage foundation can pull a disappearing act by the end of the day. Armani's latest, called Power Fabric, delivers all-day HD coverage but never leaves skin looking—or feeling—like it's caked in makeup.
Giorgio Armani Beauty Power Fabric Foundation, $64, sephora.com.
This dry shampoo foam may look like a mousse, but it fluffs hair and soaks up oil all while making hair actually feel clean.
Ouai Dry Shampoo Foam, $28, sephora.com.
You can't beat the convenience—or the cute-factor—of having a bronzer, blush, and highlighter all in one pan. When you swirl your brush over it, the result is a universally perfect flush.
Chanel Coco Code Blush Harmony, $70,chanel.com.
This BB cream not only can replace your everyday base makeup—it should. It has enough coverage to call itself a medium-coverage foundation, plus it's spiked with an impressive (and water resistant) SPF 50+.
Shiseido Sports BB Broad Spectrum SPF 50+ WetForce, $30, shiseido.com.
This detangling spray does more than just unfurl snarls. It also protects hair from heat damage, intensely hydrates, and continues to condition hair hours after you mist it on.
Living Proof Restore Perfecting Spray, $28, livingproof.com.
Though this airy mist does create waves, but it's nothing like a traditional salt spray. Sprayed on dry hair and scrunched, it creates bends and waves that are never stiff, crunchy, or weighed-down.
R+Co Sail Soft Wave Spray, $29, RandCo.com.
The creamiest, smoothest, and most foolproof contouring and highlighting duo we've ever swiped across our faces.
MAC Cosmetics Studio Quiktrik Stick, $32, sephora.com.
This lip gloss is so beautiful in the tube, you'll be tempted to never, ever use it (don't worry, the segmented layers stay that way even after applications).
MAC Tricolour Lipgloss in Stratagloss Pyrite, $21, maccosmetics.com.
Four shimmery shadows that pack the biggest punch we've seen from eyeshadows in such delicate shades.
MAC Dazzleshadow x 4: The Shining Hour, $32, maccosmetics.com.
This creamy, mask-like peel is spiked with skin-softening acids that reveals smoother, glowier, and younger-looking skin in just 10 minutes. Though your face might look a little flushed afterward, your skin will never look so fresh.
Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial, $80, sephora.com.
Though they look like eyeshadows, these are actually two velvety matte lip colors stored in a sleek compact and meant to be mixed, matched, and layered. Swipe the color on with the included brush, or do it the easy way with just your fingers.
Tom Ford Shade and Illuminate Lips in Tantalize, $60, tomford.com.