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Whether you want to shine bright like a diamond, or colorful like some type of magical, mythical unicorn, holographic beauty is always a fun idea. And the trend couldn’t be easier to incorporate into your world—add a pop of color to your home with a rainbow-hued candle or don some glimmer on your cheeks with a subtle highlighter. Here, we’ve rounded up all the beauty products you’ll need to beam you into the third dimension.

Photography by Cody Guilfoyle

Molten Gems Liquid Lipstick, Kevyn Aucoin, $30

These gorgeous, high-impact glosses shine brightly, thanks to pearlescent powder, but also don’t feel heavy or thick.

Photography by Cody Guilfoyle

Anthurium Candle, Overose, $69

This eye-catching candle isn’t just for looks—the powerful floral and lychee scent is hypnotic.

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Shimmer Scrub, Frank Body, $20

Why exfoliate your body with a plain ol’ boring scrub, when you can scrub away dry skin with shimmer and glimmer? Your skin will be literally be glowing.

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Foamo Holographic Hair Foam, IGK $22

Elevate your hair color for the day with this glitter-packed foam that shifts shades as you move. It’s also infused with sea kelp and actual moonstone extracts. The bold look washes out easily with shampoo, too.

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Cosmetics Bag by Skinnydip, Urban Outfitters, $30

Your makeup bag should meet your coolness level. Upgrade to this iridescent pouch that’s big enough to hold all your weekend get-aways, and bold enough to be proudly on display.

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White Sage Smudge Spray, Species by the Thousands, $20

Swear by smudge sticks or sage? This is the updated, elevated form, in the convenience of a spray bottle. The essential oil mix is handmade in Brooklyn, and is perfect for cleansing, purifying, and inviting positive vibes into your life.

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Holographic Stick, Milk Makeup, $28

Literally out of this world, thanks to meteorite powder (no, for real), this holographic stick is bold enough to be seen, but casual enough for everyday looks. Swipe on your eyes, cheeks, or lips and expect compliments.

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Glitter Drops, Cover FX, $44

These ultra-concentrated drops can be used with face cream or foundation (or even body lotion!) for an all-over glow, or you can apply directly on cheekbones and eyelids for a more focused shine.

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Prism Spin Eye Gelee, Yasminki, $120

At first glance this eye cream is entirely holographic, and you’ll wonder how you possibly could apply this under your eyes. But when it patting it in, it suddenly blends in and makes dark circles less pronounced, thanks to the subtle light reflection. Very cool, and very useful.

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Peaceful Paranoia Nail Polish, Smith and Cult, $18

Popular to boot! This new shade is already Smith and Cult’s best seller, ever. That’s how amazing it is. Opaque dark cream shade with a holographic magenta sheen makes it one of a kind. They are re-stocking the shade soon, so stay tuned.

This story originally appeared in the spring 2018 issue with the headline “Pretty Prismatics.” 

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