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Beauty products to love for March

From lip balm to men's facial care, Mood shares several favorite beauty products for March.
by Heather Warlick Published: March 11, 2013

Here are five of Mood's favorite beauty products to try for March.

Flirt! Have a Ball! Mascara

Why we love it: The applicator is really great. The ball-shaped applicator tip makes it easy to define individual lashes, while the flat part of the brush is great for adding tons of volume. It doesn't clump, even when you're touching up later in the day. Sold at Kohl's.

Dove Men + Care Face Wash and Lotion

Why we love it: The wash and lotion smell delicious and keep even a rugged, outdoorsy guy's skin smooth and protected from the sun with SPF 15 in the lotion. Sold in drugstores.

L'Occtaine en Provence Limited Edition Lip Balms

Why we love it: Available in several appetizing flavors, including Mango Flower, Rose Petals and Date Bouquet, these lip balms condition and repair winter-wrought lips with a nonsticky, supersmooth formula. It's natural, with organic and fair-trade-friendly ingredients. Sold at L'Occtaine at Penn Square Mall.

Desire by Dolce & Gabbana

Why we love it: This fragrance is both powerful and feminine. With top notes of mandarin, lychee and bergamot, a heart of florals and a vanilla caramel base, the oriental bouquet is exotic and mysterious. Sold at Macy's at Penn Square Mall.

Bio Follicle Premium Sulfate-Free shampoo and conditioner

Why we love it: The cruelty-free,100 percent vegan shampoo and conditioner are touted to decrease hair shedding. The combination of herbal and botanical ingredients is also said to stimulate hair regrowth while indulging the senses with fresh, invigorating scents. Sold online at

by Heather Warlick
Life & Style Editor
Since graduating from University of Central Oklahoma with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism, Staff Writer Heather Warlick has written stories for The Oklahoman's Life section. Her beats have included science, health, home and garden, family,...
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