The New Beauty Classics

A Mason Pearson hair brush. Fracas by Robert Piguet. Essie Nail Polish in Ballet Slippers. Timeless beauty products don't come along often. But we think the following fit the bill

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Sarah Potempa Beach Waver

This tress tool takes the guesswork—and arm fatigue—out of curling irons. The barrel of Sarah Potempa's Beach Waver ($199; rotates at the press of the button, creating lush, loose spirals that are almost effortless.

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Benefit Gimme Brow Gel

Tame and thicken anemic arches with Benefit Gimme Brow Gel ($22; The formula contains miniscule fibers that cling to the skin, making sparse brows look denser in seconds.

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Harry Josh Hairdryer

The Harry Josh Pro Dryer 2000 ($250; isn't just green in color; it also uses 70 percent less energy than traditional blow-dryers (without sacrificing an iota of airflow). It's also handmade in France (ooh-la-la) and boasts a 2,000 hour (roughly ten years) guarantee.

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Nars Velvet Matte Lip Pencil

Most matte lipcolors looks alluringly sexy—and they're long-wearing. But they can also feel tight on the lips and be very drying. Not so with Nars Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Damned ($25;; it is so packed with emollients and nourishing vitamin E that it glides on like a cream and feels like one too.

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Giorgio Armani Maestro Fusion Makeup

Not to be confused with traditional foundation, Giorgio Armani Maestro Fusion Makeup ($64; gives you complete, opaque coverage, without the feel of heavy makeup. How does it work? The formula contains oils that gradually evaporate, leaving behind just an extra-light layer of flesh-toned pigments.

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John Frieda Precision Foam Colour Intense Conditioner

John Frieda's Precision Foam Hair Color is a retail hit, but it's not just the no-mess dye consumers have been clamoring for. The after-color conditioner that comes inside the kit was so beloved, the brand finally made it a stand-alone, full-size product: John Frieda Precision Foam Colour Intense After-Colour Conditioner ($12;

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Perricone M.D. No Concealer Concealer

Like a BB Cream for the undereyes, Perricone M.D. No Concealer Concealer ($45; provides light coverage, plus skincare benefits, such as Vitamin C Ester to brighten dark circles, and hyaluronic acid to plump fine lines.

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Oribe Dry Conditioner

Coarse hair types should not live another day without Oribe's Soft Dry Conditioner ($35;; it gives strands a silky texture, restores shine and provides hold equivalent to a flexible hairspray.

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Clarisonic Pedi Foot Transformation Set

Inspired by the brand's best-selling face device, the Clarisonic Pedi Foot Device ($199; has a powerful frequency that sloughs off calluses and dry, cracked skin. Also included in the kit: a buffing scrub, exfoliating peel and nourishing balm.

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Living Proof Perfect Hair Day

Love multi-taskers? This may be your holy grail: Living Proof Perfect Hair Day 5-in-1 Styling Treatment ($26; conditions, strengthens and smooths hair while enhancing shine, adding volume and protecting against heat- and UV-damage. If only it would wash dishes and fold laundry too.

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Yves Saint Laurent Rouge Pur Couture Glossy Stain

Yves Saint Laurent Rouge Pur Couture Rebel Nudes Glossy Stain (at left, No.102 Corail Mutin, $34, combines the lasting color of a stain with the sheen of a gloss. Super-shiny polymers and hydrating oils are suspended in water, which then evaporate and leaves behind glossy color that won't budge.

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