Lindsey Regan Thorne Shares Must-Have Beauty Products for This Season


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AS YOU SWITCH OUT your winter wardrobe with spring and summer pieces, change up your beauty palette, too. We asked Lindsey Regan Thorne (@lindseyreganthorne), hair and makeup artist and owner of Be Pretty, to share her must-have beauty products for the season.


Givenchy Prisme Libre Loose Powder Organza Caramel, $58, Neiman Marcus, 704-442-7900 
This loose setting powder keeps shine under control (which we all need during humid summer months), smooths imperfections, and evens skin tone. 


Givenchy Teint Couture Radiant Drop Luminizer - Radiant Gold, $48, Neiman Marcus 
Achieve a dewy, youthful radiance with this highlighter. Mix two drops in your foundation or moisturizer, or apply it directly to your face where it typically catches the light. 


Chantecaille Lip Cristal - Tourmaline, $50, Woo Skincare + Cosmetics, 704-333-0443
This glitter-coated lipstick is a show stopper.  Wear it with a groomed brow, bronzed cheek, and a swipe of mascara. 


Chantecaille Cheek Shade - BEE (Emotion), $40, Woo Skincare + Cosmetics
The combination of pigments creates a flawless blush with a subtle glow.


Supergoop! Unseen Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 40, $32, Woo Skincare + Cosmetics 
This oil-free sunscreen sits beautifully under makeup and contains red algae to protect skin from harmful blue light rays emitted from phone and computer screens.


Westman Atelier Vital Skin Foundation Stick - V, $68, Woo Skincare + Cosmetics
The antioxidants in this foundation help combat redness, calm irritation, and boost moisture, leaving you with a natural, radiant finish.  


Giorgio Armani Eye Tint Émeraude, $39, Neiman Marcus 
Add a stripe of green across your eyelid for some added drama with this eye tint—it works as an eyeshadow or eyeliner. 

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