Beauty

11 November Beauty Launches Our Editors Swear By

Including a lash serum that basically doubles as mascara.

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Behold the top 11 November 2021 beauty product launches our editors have been using.

We only include products that have been independently selected by Bustle's editorial team. However, we may receive a portion of sales if you purchase a product through a link in this article.

“I’ve tried a lot of dry shampoos and this is the only one that leaves my oily scalp feeling completely clean and refreshed. It’s weightless, leaves no residue, and even adds volume to my flat hair. Plus, it smells amazing!” — Danielle Sinay, beauty writer
$65
See On Saks
“I caught a whiff of Iman's new fragrance on a family friend and fell in love instantly with its notes of bergamot and blackberry. As one of just a handful of Black women to ever reach supermodel status, I'm buying whatever Iman is selling.” — Paris Giles, beauty writer
$84.95
See On HSN
“This spot treatment doesn’t dry my skin out, and dramatically reduces my pimples overnight. It’s become my zit-quashing savior for whenever a breakout shows up on my face.” — Danielle Sinay, beauty writer
$42
See On Neiman Marcus
“Made with notes of orange blossom, sandalwood, and patchouli, Krigler's new fragrance is a nice balance of floral and warm woody scents. It makes for the perfect winter perfume for when you want to feel extra cozy.” — Audrey Noble, beauty writer
$525
See On Krigler
“This nail set from Harry Styles's new line is so fun. It has four shades — white, black, pink, and a clear shimmer— and each is housed in bottles with stunning dome-shaped caps. You also get alphabet decals so you can create unique manicure looks.” — Audrey Noble, beauty writer
$65
See On Pleasing
“The perfect red lipstick showed up on my doorstep just in time for the holidays. Its luxe formula includes sweet almond oil (hooray for any lip product that hydrates and glides smoothly over dry patches) and the packaging is equally dreamy.” — Erin Stovall, senior beauty editor
$45
See On Chanel
“Sure, this perfume is pricy, but fragrance fans will find its unique blend well worth the splurge. The star here is jasmine and it's beautifully balanced with notes of pink pepper and tuberose.” — Erin Stovall, senior beauty editor
$275
See On Bergdorf Goodman
“My skin drinks up practically any product that contains algae, this toner included. Besides the ocean-derived moisturizing ingredient, it uses baobab fruit extract and glycerin to cleanse my pores while leaving my face soft and smooth.” — Rachel Lapidos, senior beauty editor
$30
See On Ustawi
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“This dreamy vitamin C serum contains a trifecta of antioxidants — ferulic acid, vitamin E, and a stable form of L-ascorbic acid — plus azelaic acid and licorice root to even out and brighten your skin, and it’s made my face truly glow.” — Rachel Lapidos, senior beauty editor
$65
See On Josh Rosebrook
“I swear my brows are looking fuller after three weeks of using this product. I love that it’s a lash and brow serum that doubles as a brow gel and mascara primer, and it works its magic without irritating your eyes, which is a win for me.” — Rachel Lapidos, senior beauty editor
$110
See On Credo
“Last year, the founders of Fresh opened a hotel in New York’s Hudson Valley called The Maker. Recently, they launched fragrances that encapsulate the hotel’s unique elements. My fave is Paradiso, which puts me in a vacation state of mind.” — Faith Xue, executive beauty director
$160
See On The Maker