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April 19 2014

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Arden’s Red Door, Now Always Open

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Elizabeth Arden was clearly a woman way ahead of her time: The beauty-industry pioneer (she is, after all, the brains behind perennial bedside beauty favorite Eight Hour Cream) opened the first “red door” to her eponymous spa more than one hundred years ago, in 1910. Founded on the principle that each treatment should be “an intelligent union of nature and science,” Arden’s Red Door Spas are now a ubiquitous presence around the country, relied upon by legions of women and men for their straightforward, results-driven approach. With the launch of Red Door Spa’s Professional line of skincare products, that same approach is now available for you at home, whenever you want it. The new collection (it’s divvied up into three categories: Customized Daily Essentials, Intensive Solutions, and Body Renewal) is formulated with a host of high-performing ingredients and botanicals, and can be tailored to address any and all skincare quandaries. Our current skincare cocktail of choice: the gel cleanser and moisturizer from the Calming collection plus the Hyaluronic Intensive Serum and Multi-Peptide Eye Concentrate from Intensive Solutions Age Defense. Your skin will drink it up.


Available at reddoorspas.com.

Photo: Courtesy of Elizabeth Arden

Valentine’s Day: The Beauty Guide

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Whether you’re a true believer in the holiday for lovers or believe it’s a money-making scheme thought up by the card companies and chocolate makers of America, Valentine’s Day is coming. So we’ve put together a Top Ten list of sultry scents, luxe lipstick, pretty polishes, and more for you to fall in love with—even if a busy New York fashion week schedule will keep you from properly celebrating. As far as we’re concerned, there’s nothing wrong with postponing the flowers and fancy dinner for February 16. Just saying.

The Evocative Bauble: Joya Heart Solid Perfume Brooch

Sure, we could make jokes about wearing your heart on your sleeve, but we’d prefer to wear it on a lapel. This brooch boasts a gorgeous ornate design that houses a solid fragrance brimming with a blend of jasmine, honeysuckle, and musk—a surprising treat for anyone who can get close enough to the cool curio to take it all in.

$38, www.beautyhabit.com.

The Pretty in Pink Polishes: New Black Ombré Nail Polish Set in Floyd

As most of us are clearly suckers for rose-colored anything this time of year, may we suggest a DIY gradient manicure, which goes from the palest pink to bright magenta?

$22, www.drugstore.com.

The Bubble Bath Meant for Two: Lollia in Love Bubble Bath

For those couples who prefer to stay home and avoid New York’s V-Day restaurant scene, filling up your bathtub with this rose and jasmine scented bubble bath might add that necessary touch of romance to an evening spent watching a House Hunters marathon and eating takeout.

$34, www.beautyhabit.com.

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