It’s a Beautiful Day

…with new scents, new beauty products and the power of pink

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    NEWSLETTERS

    TK
    Bond No. 9
    Ah, the smell of money.

    HEY, BIG SPENDER: Money doesn’t talk, nor does it make the world go ‘round. It doesn’t grow on trees, but it does grow on Bond No. 9 bottles. For it’s latest fragrance, Andy Warhol Success is a Job in New York, stamps the iconic markings of Warhol’s dollar sign on a bottle that’s as bold as its contents. Warm and spicy scents of coriander, cardamom, mandarin, bergamot with jasmine, tuberose, plum, vanilla, amber and patchouli meld to make a genderless fragrance that’s worth every penny. $220, Saks Fifth Avenue

    FIRST AID KIT: Having a sensitive skin emergency? There’s a new line to the rescue. First Aid Beauty launches at Sephora today. And if you’re prone to breakouts or suffer from allergic reactions to products, you’ll want to make an emergency call for this line. We’re particularly fond of the Face Cleanser with its therapeutic botanicals to take the sting out of our sensitive skin. $18, Sephora

    PINKIE SWEAR: The Palms Spa is ticked pink the whole month of October with its Pick Pink promotion. By scheduling an appointment to polish your tips and toes pink, you’ll enjoy a complimentary glass of blush bubbly and 10 percent of revenues from your pink manicure and pedicure ($60) will benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. This month pink doesn’t just look good on you, it does a lot of good, too.