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The 16 Best Beauty Products Fashionista Editors Tried in November

Including innovative ways to finally master the at-home manicure and pedicure and moisturizing skin care that’ll keep us dewy through winter.

Each month, Fashionista editors try a *lot* of beauty products. And while not every formula we test is a winner, we’re constantly unearthing new favorites. Here, we’ve rounded up our latest hair, skin, fragrance, wellness and makeup discoveries — whether fresh-to-market drops or merely recent additions to our personal routines.

November has been a month of getting cozy and diving into holiday shopping — and, for team Fashionista, taking some genuinely great beauty and wellness products for test drives. Over the past four weeks, we slathered, spritzed and sniffed some exciting new finds, and we’re pretty pumped to share them with you.

This month’s standout beauty discoveries include innovative ways to finally master the at-home manicure and pedicure, mind-and-body wellness boosters that have become crucial parts of our routines, bath products that help us relax and moisturizing skin care that’ll keep us dewy through winter. Click through the gallery below to see (and shop!) them all.

Olive & June The Pedi System, $70, available here: “This genius kit makes at-home pedicures so much easier: It packs all of the tools you need to file, buff, shape, clip, polish and moisturize into a handy box that also doubles as a stand to rest your foot on while you work. I was able to finally get my haven’t-had-a-professional-pedicure-in-9-months calluses under control (too much information?) and manage a halfway decent polish job with it.” —Stephanie Saltzman, Beauty Director

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In case you missed last month’s picks, you can find them here:

Klur Gentle Matter Daily Moisture Cleanser, $22, available here: “It takes a lot for me to get excited about a cleanser — they’re barely on your skin for a minute! — but this beautifully light and gentle gel cleanser had me hooked after just a couple of uses. It doesn’t get foamy or sudsy, but it sort of melts into skin as you massage it in, dissolving makeup and daily grime, but leaving natural moisture behind. Unlike balm or oil cleansers, though, it also rinses away easily and quickly. My face feels refreshed and hydrated after I use it in a way almost no other face wash has ever accomplished.” —Stephanie Saltzman, Beauty Director
 

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