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Sephora's Hot Now beauty picks

Linda Miller Modified: June 25, 2013 at 11:30 am •  Published: June 25, 2013

I’m a little late to the party with this, but here are Sephora’s most-buzzed-about beauty products for June. For the store’s 15th birthday month, Sephora’s Hot Now picks include:

ITALY, BOTTLED

Based on the original cult classic fragrance, Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue Summer ($71 Women’s/$47 Men’s) is a crisp, aquatic scent inspired by summer escapes to the Italian Rivera. A dreamy blend of lychee, iris, and patchouli is perfect for him while the combination of citrus, geranium, and amber is also ideal for her.

FULL-BODIED MOUSSE
Bumble and Bumble Thickening Mousse ($29)plumps even the most limp strands for a lifted effect. Lightweight conditioners smooth while heat-activated polymers add volume for a soft, crunch-free style.

Stila Afterglow Lip Color, $18.
Stila Afterglow Lip Color, $18.

ULTRAVIOLET LIPS
The first of its kind, Stila Afterglow Lip Color ($18) glows in the dark when exposed to ultraviolet light. Its fluorescent pigments offer a vivid pop of color and the long-wearing formula leaves lips soft and nourished.

ALGURONIC ACID + RETINOL
Algenist Retinol, Firming & Lifting Serum ($98) is a groundbreaking formula of potent antiaging alguronic acid and retinol to smooth wrinkles, boost collagen and firm slack skin. The powerful potion goes to work overnight, but also boasts SPF for daily protection.

STAY-PUT BROWS
Anastasia Brow Genius Waterproof Kit ($24) provides loose powder, waterproofing gel and a double ended applicator brush to create a long-wearing, customizable color filler for naturally perfect looking arches.



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