These Are the Must-Have Beauty Products You Should Buy in June

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Now that Summer is here, it's time to retire your blow dryer for a few months and put your heavy-duty foundation to the bottom of your cosmetics case. Embrace your natural beauty and be a little lazy! To help you on your path to being a total beach bum babe this season, we've rounded up the new products we love. Keep reading to discover your June beauty shopping list.

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Tata Harper Smoothing Body Scrub

Tata Harper Smoothing Body Scrub

After a Summer weekend getaway, the first thing I do when I get home is take a shower and scrub my body. Whether you're walking around a balmy city, a humid suburban street, or a windy beach, daily grime can stick to your exposed skin — and I like to get that off ASAP. Lately, I've been loving Tata Harper Smoothing Body Scrub ($68). The blend of five biodegradable exfoliants — pink Himalayan sea salt, Hawaiian sea salt, cranberry fibers, apricot seed powder, and organic sugar — not only smells delicious but also thoroughly exfoliates dead skin. Plus, it contains argan oil to make sure I still feel hydrated after I rinse off. — Lauren Levinson, beauty editor

IBX Nails Repair System

IBX Nails Repair System

This Spring, I became addicted to gel manicures. For two months straight, I wore awesome nail art designs that stood up to constant traveling and even my weekly shampoo schedule. After my first two back-to-back gel manicures, my nails began to feel weak. So I tested out the IBX Nails Repair System ($10-$20, available in salons only). The treatment helps bond together peeling natural nails underneath gel polish, and it's cured with an LED light. After removing my third design, I was able to see the difference in my natural nails. Not only are they stronger, but my tips also seem brighter than before. — Jessica Cruel, associate editor

Stila Stay All Day Liquid Lipstick

Stila Stay All Day Liquid Lipstick

If you hate bright lip colors, please believe me when I say you'll reconsider when you try Stila's Stay All Day Liquid Lipstick ($22). It glides on the lips like butter and provides a gorgeous, opaque finish that rivals your favorite matte lipstick. This doesn't bleed or flake like many lipsticks do, though. Try Como, a vibrant lilac. — Kirbie Johnson, beauty reporter and producer

Diorshow Brow Styler Gel

Diorshow Brow Styler Gel

Many may forgo cosmetics in high temperatures, but I never skip a makeup application, even at the beach — I just choose lighter products. This Summer, I'm swapping out my brow powders and creams in favor of this tinted gel ($29). The futuristic brush applicator dispenses the perfect amount of product, so my brows are never sticky or stiff. — Emily Orofino, beauty editorial assistant

Urban Decay Ultimate Ozone Multipurpose Primer Pencil

Urban Decay Ultimate Ozone Multipurpose Primer Pencil

I know Urban Decay is known for its outstanding primer potions, but its latest member of the family — the Urban Decay Ultimate Ozone Multipurpose Primer Pencil ($16) — has gained a permanent spot in my day bag. I swear it's the only thing that keeps my lipstick from smudging, though it can really be used on any part of the face. It also has jojoba oil to give you a bit of nourishment. — LL

Paul & Joe Lip Gloss M

Paul & Joe Lip Gloss M

I tend to stay away from anything that sparkles or has glitter — guess I would be the most boring contestant on Dancing With the Stars — but Paul & Joe's Lip Gloss M ($26) had me singing a different tune. The glosses are made with several oils and emollients, which are perfect for dry lips. And the shimmery color [shown in Strawberry Kiwi and Midnight Sangria] makes me feel pretty, not prissy. — KJ

O&M Surf Bomb

O&M Surf Bomb

My hair is stick straight and pretty much eschews any form of texture, be it from a product, hot tool, or haircut — or so I thought. Then I tried this salt spray ($24). While similar products left my hair crunchy and flat, Surf Bomb makes it touchable with that cool-girl-at-the-beach look. — EO

Onomie Bright Concealing Elixir
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Onomie Bright Concealing Elixir

Makeup? Ain't nobody got time for that. But recently I vowed to change my my no-makeup ways after one too many impromptu Instagram moments put my dark circles on display. Now, I dab on the Onomie Bright Concealing Elixir ($26) before running out the door.

The formula is lightweight, yet opaque. Instead of going a shade lighter than my skin tone, I found something that matches my complexion perfectly (there are 10 shades total). That way I don't have to add any other foundation. This concealer has staying power, too. It lasted through a Zumba class and even my shower. Which is important when the temperatures are close to 80 degrees. — JC

Pixi by Petra Makeup Fixing Mist

Pixi by Petra Makeup Fixing Mist

Spritzers are a girl's best friend during the Summer. No, I'm not talking about wine (although I'll take a few of those, too). Spritzing tonics are go-to makeup refreshers during hot weather, and my new favorite is Pixi by Petra's new Makeup Fixing Mist ($15). It smells great, balances the skin with green tea and rose water, and feels quite delightful after spending some time in the sun. (Or at your desk all day. Same thing, right?) — KJ

UBU Minnie Me's Mini Tweezer Set

UBU Minnie Me's Mini Tweezer Set

I constantly compulsively run my fingers over my eyebrows for any signs of stubble, and once I find a stray bristle, it has to go. These adorable tweezers ($10) are so tiny (smaller than your pinkie finger!) that I can stash them in my wallet for plucking on the go. The different tips make it easy to grab even the finest, most stubborn hairs. — EO

Algenist Genius Ultimate Anti-Aging Bi-Phase Peel

Algenist Genius Ultimate Anti-Aging Bi-Phase Peel

Skin care treatments rarely provide instant gratification. Usually it's 28 days before you can see a real change, but the Algenist Genius Ultimate Anti-Aging Bi-Phase Peel ($85) is different. After five minutes, I was glowing. This peel is a mix of exfoliating acids and microalgae oil. While I felt a slight tingling sensation, it didn't burn, making it perfect for peel novices. — JC

NCLA Treatments So Rich Vitamin-E Infused Nail Oil

NCLA Treatments So Rich Vitamin-E Infused Nail Oil

Sometimes even making it to the nail salon is too much effort on a lazy Summer afternoon, so I'm relying on cuticle oil and trusty file for maintenance. Not only is this NCLA one a pretty rose-gold color (so I don't mind leaving it out), but it smells like apricots and feels soothing on my cuticles, thanks to vitamin E. — LL

Ciaté Bikini Body Balm Body Illuminator

Ciaté Bikini Body Balm Body Illuminator

Contouring has been a hot beauty trend for quite some time, and now it's going to a lower place — to your chest, to be exact. Contouring your cleavage is a great way to easily fake a bigger bosom. Ciaté's Bikini Body Balm Illuminator, available June 6 ($29), is a creamy formula that will enhance your assets and show off your Summer (faux) tan. Plus, it includes vitamin E, which is a useful antiaging agent. — KJ

Philip Kingsley Geranium and Neroli Elasticizer

Philip Kingsley Geranium and Neroli Elasticizer

If there is one hair product I hoard, it's deep treatments. This Philip Kingsley pre-poo conditioner is one of my favorites. The treatment helps moisturize my kinky strands, so that my curls don't get dried out by the shampoo. It also makes detangling my thick hair easier. I no longer have to worry about strands popping off. So when I heard about the new Geranium and Neroli Elasticizer ($52), I snatched it up quick. The light floral fragrance is almost too good to rinse out. — JC

Elizabeth Arden Flawless Future Powered by Ceramide Night Cream

Elizabeth Arden Flawless Future Powered by Ceramide Night Cream

Elizabeth Arden Flawless Future Night Cream ($55) works to fight lines and dehydrated skin, but also includes an extract that helps calm your nerves and relieves stress. Plus, the fragrance is divine (without being overpowering). It was created with millennials in mind, so after a day full of surfing the Internet and throwing back a few cocktails, this relaxing cream gets to work. The key ingredients include ceramides, which are known as a go-to for looking youthful, and botanical hops extract that helps to brighten skin. — KJ