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The Best New Beauty Products Glamour Editors Tried in June

Welcome to , our comprehensive roundup of the best new beauty products we tried each month. From undisputed favorites to brand-new releases, these are the things our editors loved throughout the month of June.Now that the first day of summer has come and gone, it's out with the old and in with the new. The summer heat is officially here, which means the best new beauty products are ready to take on sweat, pool days, and vacation glam: Think revitalizing hair masks after days in the sweltering sun, hydrating facial mists, and colorful nail polishes to match your favorite sundress.

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