Best of Beauty: Top Splurges
Giorgio Armani Eyes to Kill Excess Mascara, $30. No globs. No flakes. Just glossy black, fluttery lashes.
3Lab Perfect Body Cream. We're not sure if "perfect" refers to the formula (a citrusy whip) or the way it makes our skin feel (like silk). Either way, we couldn't agree more.
Lancôme Génifique Youth Activating Second Skin Mask, $80. Each treatment drenches skin in the cult Génifique anti-aging serum. Even our husband's Hannibal Lecter jokes can't stop us from wearing the sheet mask to bed.
Hourglass No. 28 Lip Treatment Oil, $42. Exotic plant oils and a 24-karat-gold tip—this is no ordinary lip softener.
AmorePacific Color Control Cushion Compact, $60. The line-plumping makeup leaves skin insanely dewy; the cool sponge applicator ensures that not a drop will be wasted.
Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle Carnal Flower Hair Mist, $160. It smells like the most expensive blowout ever.
Clé de Peau Beauté Rose Synactif, $300. We know: A fragrance designed to make skin-care products work better (that's its claim) is a bit ludicrous. But the rose-and-basil scent is truly one of a kind.
Revitabrow Advanced Eyebrow Conditioner, $110. Wimpy arches become Cara Delevingne sexy with this peptide blend.
La Mer Sun The Face and Body Gradual Tan, $85. Way cheaper than a first-class ticket to St. Barts, but your dewy, bronzed skin won't know the difference.
Yves Saint Laurent Forever Light Creator Skintone Corrector Serum, $180. This serum makes skin so flawless, you'd think it contains unicorn tears. But really, it's Allure Breakthrough Award-winning science that makes skin act younger.