Glamming up

For those of us who never de-glammed, there’s always new products from Sisley Paris.

We have a confession to make:  Even during the height of the virus in New York, we never succumbed to the glam-down-while-working-at-home thing. Sure, there might’ve been a foray into yoga pants that segued into shorts as the seasons shifted, but we always did our hair and makeup, because you never know when you have to change and run out, right? And even if you’re wearing a mask, that doesn’t preclude wearing lipstick behind it just for you, does it?

So it’s no surprise we were delighted to hear that our friends at Sisley Paris, whose American headquarters have been based in White Plains, have more luxurious treats in store. First, who doesn’t love a compact? Even if you can’t powder your nose in public anymore – not that you ever did – you can always whip it out to see if your mask is on straight. Available in August, Sisley’s new, enhanced Phyto-Poudre Compact uses cocoa, cupuaçu and mango butters for that extra bit of hydration and comfort. Suitable for all skin types, the powder comes in four shades – rosy, natural, sandy and bronze. Apply it after foundation or wear it alone for a natural look.

Coming in September is the beauty house’s first-ever Hair Rituel brush collection, composed of schima wood, wild boar hair and soft bristles with blue ball tips to massage the scalp, neutralize and prevent static and provide gentle detangling. There’s a radiance paddle brush for detangling, a blow dry brush for thin hair and one for thick, curly hair. First, though, you’ll want to try Sisley’s Hair Rituel Restructuring Nourishing Hair Balm, a lipid-replenishing pre-shampoo balm that tends to damaged, dehydrated hair and nourishes with shea, macadamia, babassu, moringa and meadowfoam seed oils. It’s also a September release.

And don’t forget this blast from spring past, Sisley’s Black Rose Eye Contour Fluiddesigned to smooth, brighten and all-around awaken the eyes. Because let’s face it, in a world of masks from nose to chin, the eyes have it.

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