Catwalks and denim aren't the only things sporting botanical themes this season; beauty companies have also picked up on the floral trend. Featured in everything from single-note fragrances to special packaging to bright pink and red shades for lips, cheeks, and nails, these cheerful garden varieties are making spring a very feminine season. So, whether it's roses, peonies, orchids, or the lotus flower, floral-based scents and colors are this season's "it" style. Here are a few favorites:
The queen of flowers—the rose—shows off both its sultry and sweet sides with Diptyque’s roll-on Eau Rose fragrance (pictured right), which unveils different layers of scent throughout the day. Plus, the compact size is perfect for travel.
Tarte Maracuja Divine Shine Lip Gloss (pictured above) offers both high shine and hydration in a wide range of hues.
Find it: $21, sephora.com
Blush was a key beauty trend on spring runways (like at Ralph Lauren and Tracy Reese), and Sisley’s illuminating L'Orchidee Bronzer (pictured left) gives a healthy peach glow accented with golden flecks.
Find it: $108, neimanmarcus.com
Dress your skin in one of these floral scented body lotions and you can even skip the perfume: June Jacobs Spa Collection Vanda Orchid Body Balm or Ahava Mineral Botanic Velvet Body Lotion.
Pick up a couple of fashionable pink nail lacquers (pictured right) by UK cult line Nails Inc.
Find it: $9.50 each, sephora.com
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