Free People Is The Beauty Destination You Never Knew You Needed

Free People has been the go-to shopping destination for carefree California girls (or anyone who wants to look like one) for years, but the brand really sealed the deal on its status as everyone’s favorite earth-friendly, eco-chic retailer by debuting a beauty and wellness section for the very first time last year. Well-curated and impossibly chic, with an all-natural, holistic bent, its offerings are exactly what you’d expect from a line that helps its customers look Coachella -ready all year round.

The music festival may have come and gone, but summer is well on its way — and Free People has released a slew of new beauty products that’ll have you looking and feeling ready for the hottest months of the year. Ahead, you’ll find beachy hair mists, lightweight moisturizers, the perfect orange-red lipstick, and more. You don’t need to be anywhere near Indio to enjoy these babies… but it would certainly be better if you were.

You can never have too many oils, and this lightweight blend of grapeseed and jojoba mixed with fragrant lavender, cedarwood, and clary sage might just be the only thing you need to keep breakout-prone skin balanced once the weather gets hot.

Daughter of the Land Balancing Oil, $48, available at Free People.

This line of hydrating lipsticks uses organic essential oils and extracts to nourish and heal dry lips and soften fine lines — all while imparting rich, semi-matte color with bold pigments that last all day. You’ll want to wear Thrillest, a vibrant poppy red with just the right amount of orange, all season long.

Kosas Lipstick in Thrillest, $24, available at Free People.

Sure, you technically don’t need a hair perfume, but if feeling like you’re on an island vacation while sitting at your desk is something you might be interested in, this coconut-y mist will get you one step closer.

Miss Violet Lace Beach Hair Perfume, $14, available at Free People.

If you’re convinced that you missed your calling as a skin-care entrepreneur, this set will make you feel like the cosmetic chemist you should have been. The kit includes all organic, plant-based oils and butters and easy recipes that will help you create three different toners and moisturizers.

Oleum Vera DIY Organic Face Moisturizing Set, $75, available at Free People.

Far from your average palette, this delightfully minimalist set incorporates everything you need for an elegant, understated look — ideal for those “no-makeup” makeup days. (Or every day, for that matter.)

RMS Signature Set in Mod Collection, $44, available at Free People.

Like a 24 oz. cold brew for your skin, this renewing formula uses caffeine to firm and revive a tired, lackluster complexion.

One Love Organics Morning Glory Caffeinated Firming Serum, $59, available at Free People.

Forget everything you think you know about “soap” — this whipped formula is like no other. Used in the shower, the creamy lather leaves skin both squeaky clean and perfectly moisturized, no greasy lotion necessary.

Beaute Nouveau Whipped Soap, $22, available at Free People.

Buy it for the adorable packaging, keep buying it for its unique cooling, skin-softening effect, in one of the most lightweight formulas you’ll ever come across. Use it as a soothing moisturizer, a sleeping mask, a body gel cream, or as a hair essence — because why wouldn’t you want to slather yourself in rosewater whenever possible?

IPKN x Esther Loves You Rose Water Soothing Gel, $24, available at Free People.

This peppermint-infused moisturizing mist sets makeup and gives skin an extra hit of radiance. Plus, it’s packed with skin-friendly ingredients like acne-fighting willow bark and antioxidant green tea, so you’ll get skin-care benefits and longer-wearing makeup in a single spritz.

Seven Seven Cosmetics Natural Glow Finishing Mist, $25, available at Free People.

Click HERE to read more from Refinery29.


 Vote for Shikha Dhingra For Mrs South Asia Canada 2017 by liking her Facebook page.


Do you believe in super being called "God"?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


Confirm you are not a spammer! *