4/01/10 4/01/10 POPSUGAR Beauty Eco Beauty Must Haves For April Bella's April Must Haves April 1, 2010 by Beauty 6 Shares Chat with us on Facebook Messenger. Learn what's trending across POPSUGAR. View in slideshow No doubt you've been spending a little extra time looking over your shoulder or second-guessing your pals today. But there's more to this fresh new month than April Fools' Day — or rain, for that matter. I've gathered up some April-appropriate beauty goods, from pastel toned makeup to plenty of earth-friendly options. No jokes here, just pure springtime goodness. That's Your Bag, Baby Perhaps you've cleaned out your beauty stash. Then reward your efforts with a seasonally festive makeup bag, like the Flowie Bouquet Bag in Pink and Brown ($14-16), or the Medium Coral Bag ($29). Bouquet Bag in Pink and Brown ($14-16), or the $14-16 from designpublic.com Buy Now Medium Coral Bag $29 from beautyhabit.com Buy Now A Pastel Palette Josie Maran's Natural Wonder Powders Palette ($35) not only has an eco-friendly twist, but with both warm- and cool-toned shades, you'll be able to create lots of flattering looks. Go totally '80s with the iridescent teal and purple shadows, or play it bronze with the shimmery gold apricot shadows. Natural Wonder Powders Palette $35 from sephora.com Buy Now Sleeping Beauty Just like there's loads of road construction going on during the night, your body has a little reconstruction of its own going on during sleeping hours. Kiehl's Midnight Recovery Concentrate ($42) is made with 99.8 percent natural ingredients, and helps skin get a nutrient-rich boost while you snooze. For a less expensive option, try Boots Botanics Radiance Renewal Night Serum ($16). Midnight Recovery Concentrate $42 from kiehls.com Buy Now Boots Botanics Radiance Renewal Night Serum $16 from target.com Buy Now Bejeweled Bobbies Whether your hair is short, long, or something in between, a colorfully jeweled bobby pin will give you a vintage-inspired look. To make Anthropologie's Sparkle Bobbies ($12) or Forever 21's Impress Bobby Pins ($4 for the set) stand out even more, pair them with a neutral top in black or white. So chic, crisp, and fun. Sparkle Bobbies $12 from anthropologie.com Buy Now A Multitasking Exfoliator Also joining the eco-friendly brigade is Burt's Bees Radiance Exfoliating Body Wash ($8). I'm a sucker for multitasking products, and this one works by cleansing your skin, exfoliating it with jojoba beads, and moisturizing it, too. Self-tanner, here you come. Burt's Bees Radiance Exfoliating Body Wash $8 from burtsbees.com Buy Now A Versatile Lightweight Gel John Frieda Root Awakening Styling Gel ($6) is like a cross between a gel and a serum, making for one versatile product. So whether you want to tame frizz and add a bit of definition, or are looking for a sleek blowout, a lightweight styling gel might just be your new best friend. Psst: It's the same stuff celebrity stylist Harry Josh used to create Amanda Seyfried's shiny Oscars hairstyle. Tangerine Talons Pastel polishes are dreamy, but if you're looking to amp it up, go with a big bold orange, another trendy option. Think vivid coral or vibrant tangerine. Try Zoya in Gwin ($7), Butter London Chuffed ($14), or OPI Hot and Spicy ($5). Zoya in Gwin $7 from artofbeauty.com Buy Now Butter London Chuffed $14 from b-glowing.com Buy Now OPI Hot and Spicy $5 from amazon.com Buy Now Good Cause, Great Scent Aveda's Light the Way Candle ($12) is made with soy wax, infused with clary sage and lavender, and will make you feel good, too. The glass holder is made from recycled wine cooler bottles and 100 percent of the proceeds from the sale of this candle will go to the Global Greengrants Fund, which helps to protect water sources worldwide. Light the Way Candle $12 from aveda.com Buy Now Egg-Cellent! What came first, the chicken or the egg? Doesn't matter — Lush has you covered either way with its Hippy Chick Bath Bomb ($5) and colorfully pink Fluffy Egg ($7). Hippy Chick Bath Bomb $5 from lushusa.com Buy Now Scent From Japan This month, Jo Malone brings back its Kohdo Wood collection ($65-100). Inspired by Japanese incense, the two fragrances wear beautifully on their own or layered together. Lotus Blossom and Water Lily is light and fresh for daytime, blending notes of grapefruit, mandarin, water lilly, and incense. Dark Amber and Ginger Lily is richer and more sensual, with cardamom, pink pepper, leather, jasmine, and patchouli. These aren't the most expected scents for this time of year, which makes them all the more special. Earth MonthEcoMust Haves Stay Stylish With OurFashion and Beauty Newsletter You're subscribed! Sign Up For Our Newsletter Select topics that interest you Beauty Tips Celebrity Style Street Style Fashion and Beauty News Sign up with facebook By signing up, I agree to the Terms & to receive emails from POPSUGAR.