Cheers to a new year of beauty: Hot products worth trying in 2016

January 25, 2016

Paint Can nail polish.

Itís a new year, so why not embrace it with a new crop of beauty products? Weíve scoured beauty blogs and websites and scouted trends backstage at New York Fashion Week to uncover some of the most-hyped ones.

Here are some creams, cleansers, conditioners and more worth adding to your 2016 beauty bucket list. This is one resolution you wonít want to break!

Foolproof nail polish: Coming in April to the U.S., London-based Nails Inc. will release a beauty innovation thatís bound to change at-home manicures forever (especially for those who arenít gifted with a steady hand). Paint Can Polish (pictured above) is nail color applied with a spray can. Prep nails with a base coat, then spray on the color and complete with a top coat. Excess polish on fingers can be washed or wiped away. Go to to be notified when the product is available for purchase.

A fun face mask: Refreshing your skin just got a lot more entertaining, thanks to Glam Glowís GRAVITYMUD ($69 at

A different approach to hair washing: Do you like the lift from volumizing sprays but loathe the sticky residue they often leave behind? TRESemmeís got a resolution worth trying: condition first, then shampoo. The brandís Beauty-Full Volume collection includes a two-step reverse washing regime in which a pre-wash conditioner softens hair while volume shampoo washes away weight. Find each for about $5 at Target, Walmart and drugstore chains, including CVS and Walgreens.

Model-worthy pucker: From the runways of New York Fashion Week to the red carpets of Hollywood, the beauty world these days is loving the modern look of a rich matte lip. But not all matte colors are created equal. Maybellineís Vivid Matte Liquid collection offers shades that are both saturated and eye-catching. And unlike some matte colors that leave lips dry, these are smooth and creamy. Pick up one for $7.99 at most major drug and grocery store chains or online at

Lip care in a tin: For the first time, Vaseline Lip Therapy tins have traveled across the pond and into the pockets of Americans. Packaged in cute convenient containers, lip therapy formulas help moisturize and heal dry lips, and they come in a variety of subtle scents and shades. Visit

A petite cleanser that packs a punch: Good things do come in small packages. Take the new Mia FIT cleansing device by Clarisonic ($189 at



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