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I’m going to pull a customer quote straight from lucy’s Instagram feed for this one: “Orange is the best color.” Totally. Between our orange-tinged #iseelucyeverywhere campaign and this grapefruit-orange uplift juice, we’re celebrating our favorite color loud and clear. Our embroidered orange emblem pops on a hem or sleeve with its minimal shape, but its energizing color vibrates joy and well-being, so we say, the more, the brighter. Here are eight orange-inspired products that could brighten your beauty routine (and cabinet).
An endless summer in a festive bottle, this ALTERNA Bamboo Beach Summer Spray Protective Shine Veil ($22) has Tahitian coconut and restorative bamboo extract to shield colored and natural hair from the sun’s harmful rays.
This brand does an impressive job of recreating super foods in their products and this Body Deli Melon Foaming Cleanser ($28) is a yummy example of an everyday cleanser that smells divine. Sensitive skin will appreciate the soothing properties of anti-inflammatory turmeric.
A yoga-themed bubble bath that revisits savasana zen at home. This Everyone Yoga Natural Bubble Bath ($13) coconut-derived cleanser wafts a revitalizing musk with top notes of lavender, orange, and frankincense.
This ILIA Multi-Stick ($36) in peach-hued I Put A Spell On You is a multitasker loaded with vitamin E and Shea Butter delivering a moisturizing, just-worked-out flush to cheeks and lips.
Go for the orange lip trend with a orange-red lipstick like Maybelline’s Color Sensational in Electric Orange ($15). Swipe once for a punch, swipe twice for a one-two punch of a spicy lip color.
With skin bolstering vitamin A and beta-carotene, Yes to Carrots Fragrance Free Wipes ($6) freshens skin (and a glistening décolletage), while Yes to Carrots Fragrance Free Daily Facial Moisturizer SPF 15 ($15) provides on-the-go UVA/UVB protection.
A low-commitment way to infuse orange into your beauty is with zesty spirit fingers. We like the creamsicle look of five-free Zoya’s Cole ($9) contrasted by sprints through gray-toned city streets.