Make room in your makeup arsenal because some heavy-hitting new beauty products have just launched. From Kale-formulated nail polishes (yes, kale) to fabric-inspired lacquers, the latest primping options are limitless. From head (or hair, courtesy of Kérastase) to toe (body lotions and more from The Body Shop), there’s bound to be something for everyone, including a new entry in the ultra luxe moisturizer club. Check out all 18 new launches and get thee shopping.
Alexa Chung Collection, $15 each
Signed as the new face of Nails inc, Alexa Chung has collaborated to create a line of fabric-inspired polishes.
Platinum Rare Cellular Cream, $1,080
Platinum is no longer just for your jewelry. The metal, it turns out, has the ability to help hydrate the skin, while treating fine lines and wrinkles.
Available in a slew of aromatic scents, Kneipp's new travel body washes are hydrating, while also being designed to soothe or uplift depending on the scent,
New York Marquee Collection, $20 each
Lippmann's latest collection is an ode to New York with finishes inspired by 40s luxury and vintage fabrics.
Part of the designer's Fall 2014 Flawless Complexion Collection, which also includes concealing pens, this foundation is one of Ford's most popular products and was released in new shades. The formulation is long-wearing, goes on smooth (even without primer) and works double-duty to prevent UV damage and repair fine line and wrinkles.
The all-natural brand has a number of new mineral makeup launches for fall, the most notable of which is this pressed highlighting powder. It's natural-toned enough to be applied haphazardly all over your face for a nice glow.
The Jewels & Leathers of L’Oeuvre Noire, $245-$465
Inspired by a centuries old tradition where perfumers infused men's gloves with fragrance, By Kilian has launched a variety of bracelets and necklaces all scented with signature fragrances.
Discipline Collection, prices vary
Kérastase's latest collection allows for faster blowdrying and 72 hours of humidity and frizz control. It includes products to cleanse, treat and texturize.
NailKale Polishes, $14 each
Nails inc is the first polish brand to introduce kale into a formulation. While polish is usually known for its many chemicals, this range is loaded with vitamins A, C and K. Whether or not it's a gimmick is up for debate, but the base coat in particular applies flawlessly.
Baiser Volé Lys Rose, $62-$128
Building off its very successful Baiser Volé scent, Cartier has introduced Lys Rose, a fruity floral scent with pink lily and raspberry notes.
No Reason To Hide, $45 (moisturizer) and $68 (serum)
Philosophy just launched two clinically-backed skincare products designed to be used in tandem to treat everything from blotchiness, redness and rough texture to acne marks, enlarged pores and dark spots.
Formulated with natural green botanical extracts to counteract redness, this primer will also protect skin from UV rays while allowing for a smoother and longer-lasting makeup application.
Dress to Kilt, $8.50 each
Essie went jewel-toned for its fall collection, which includes ruby red, gray and brown.
The Body Shop
Wild Argan Oil, prices vary
This season, The Body Shop has all your bath and body needs covered with an affordable, clean-scented collection of products that work equally well for both sexes.
Armani's latest eau de parfum is a feminine scent formulated with blackcurrant nectar, florals and musky wood notes.
Fall 2014 Collection, $15 each
Scotch Naturals, known for clean formulations, launches four new polishes this season ranging from classic jewel tones to earthy neutral shades.
Idealia Life Serum, $44
Apply this serum before your moisturizer both morning and night, and see results in the quality of your skin, no matter your skin type, in just eight days.
With a curved brush to ensure a smooth application, Sport Waterproof Mascara lasts for up to 12 hours. It's also formulated with keratin and shea butter, so the mascara won't clump and dry up on lashes.