Summer comes at you (and your skin) fast, especially in Dallas. Here’s to keeping it looking and feeling its best as the first official day of the season draws near.
Summer Skin Masterclass with Follain and Tata Harper
at Her.HQ on June 19 | $25
Summer, with its habit of drying out skin and clogging pores, can wreak havoc on any complexion. Dallas summer works even harder. Arm yourself with everything you need for a clean, clear, and moisturized look with the help of Follain and clean-beauty favorite Tata Harper, who will host an immersive masterclass at Her.HQ in the Arts District this Wednesday.
At Bluemercury beginning June 20
We’ve all been there: that dreaded moment when you realize that your beauty staple du jour simply cannot go unchecked at Love Field. Do you go through the drama of checking your bag, just so you can have your Oribe Gold Lust Dry Shampoo or Molton Brown’s eucalyptus shower gel? That’s a lot. Instead, head to Bluemercury in Highland Park Village from June 20 through July 7 and have them help you master a summer glow that’s guaranteed to fit in your carry on.
A Cocktail-Infused Spa Treatment
At The Adolphus Hotel
If you’ve ever checked into The Adolphus Hotel, you’ve likely been welcomed with their 1912 cocktail, the historic hotel’s take on an Old Fashioned (and named for the year it was built). It’s really very good. And presumably, it would be just as enticing in beauty spa treatment form. To find out, you can now book the 80-minute 1912 Body Treatment, which features essences of grapefruit, black pepper, and angostura bitters blended with earthly minerals, followed by a serving of the actual cocktail in Spa Adolphus‘ relaxation lounge.
Lancôme x Chiara
at Nordstrom starting this week
Influencer Chiara Ferragni has more than 16 million Instagram followers, this series of photos with Dua Lupa, and an enviable eye makeup routine. The first and third facts are what likely landed her a limited edition collaboration with Lancôme (though the second is very intriguing), which just launched at Nordstrom.