Monthly Beauty Buys

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I just recently discovered these three products and they've quickly become some of my favorite things in my bathroom. A shampoo that makes my hair bouncy and hydrated, the ideal merlot-colored nail polish and easy-to-use pads that tighten my skin without drying it out. Here are my top beauty buys from November.

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Orly Ruby Nail Polish The last couple of months I've been wearing my fair share of dark nail polishes, ranging from bright reds to almost-black shades, but I've been on the hunt for the ideal in-between color. I recently spotted a girl in a deep crimson nail polish that I wanted to replicate immediately. A few days later I found the exact shade I'd been looking for: it's moody and rich, but without being goth and dramatic. Bonus: it looks great on both fingers and toes.

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Matrix Biolage Shampoo For years I swore by fancy shampoos that I'd buy at my hair salon. I felt because they were expensive that had to mean that they were better for me, even though I did no research to speak of. But after my hair dresser recently asked about my current shampoo situation, due to my damaged ends, and I told her the brand (who will remain nameless since I still love their styling products), she said to ditch it immediately. She recommended this shampoo that smells incredible, leaves my hair bouncy and soft and is a fraction of the price of my previous product.

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Peter Thomas Roth Un-Wrinkle Peel Pads My skincare routine is pretty straight forward, though in recent months I've been taking more steps towards incorporating different elements. I've never gotten an actual peel, but these pads do a phenomenal job of making my skin feel tight, pores minimized and giving me an overall glow. Despite my sensitive and dry skin (winning combo), these haven't caused any irritations at all, when followed by a soothing skin serum.