Coming to Netflix in December: These Movies and TV Shows Will Help You Survive the Holidays

Netflix has already started adding original Christmas content to its platform, and even more is coming in December. If you’ve already seen Let It Snow and Holiday in the Wild, there is a lot more on the way, including A Cinderella Story: Christmas Wish, A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby, and A Family Reunion Christmas. There will be so much to watch while you unwrap presents this year.

If you’re starting to get a little tired of holiday flicks, don’t fret. There’s about 80-plus other titles you can browse, including the highly-anticipated Noah Baumbach film Marriage Story. A ton of comedy specials are going to be added, too, including Tiffany Haddish: Black Mitzvah , Michelle Wolf: Joke Show, and John Mulaney & The Sack Lunch Bunch. The full list is below so you can start browsing and deciding what you want to watch.

Available December 1

Dead Kids (Netflix Film)

A Cinderella Story: Christmas Wish

The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl

Austin Powers in Goldmember

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery

Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me

Cut Bank

Eastsiders, season 4

Malcolm X

Searching for Sugar Man

Sweet Virginia

The Tribes of Palos Verdes

Available December 2

Nightflyers, season 1

Team Kaylie: Part 2 (Netflix Family)

Available December 3

Especial de Natal Porta dos Fundos: A Primeira Tenação de Cristo (Netflix Film)

Tiffany Haddish: Black Mitzvah (Netflix Original)

War on Everyone

Available December 4

The Last O.G., season 2

Let’s Dance (Netflix Film)

Los Briceño (Netflix Original)

Magic for Humans, season 2 (Netflix Original)

Available December 5

A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby (Netflix Film)

Apache: La vida de Carlos Tevez (Netflix Original)

Greenleaf, season 4

Home for Christmas (Netflix Original)

V-Wars, season 1 (Netflix Original)

Available December 6

Astronomy Club: The Sketch Show (Netflix Original)

The Chosen One, season 2 *(Netflix Original)

The Confession Killer (Netflix Original)

Fuller House, season 5 (Netflix Original)

Glow Up (Netflix Original)

Marriage Story (Netflix Original)

Spirit Riding Free: The Spirit of Christmas (Netflix Original)

Teasing Master Takagi-san, season 2 (Netflix Original)

Three Days of Christmas, season 1 (Netflix Original)

Triad Princess, season 1 (Netflix Original)

Virgin River (Netflix Original)

Available December 8

From Paris with Love

Available December 9

A Family Reunion Christmas (Netflix Original)

It Comes at Night

Available December 10

Michelle Wolf: Joke Show (Netflix Original)

Outlander, season 3

Available December 11

The Sky Is Pink

Available December 12

Especial de Natal Porta dos Fundos (Netflix Original)

Jack Whitehall: Christmas with My Father (Netflix Original)

Available December 13

6 Underground (Netflix Original)

Available December 15

A Family Man

Dil Dhadakne Do

Karthik Calling Karthik

Available December 16

Burlesque

The Danish Girl

The Magicians, season 4

Available December 17

Ronny Chieng: Asian Comedian Destroys America! (Netflix Original)

Available December 18

Don’t F**k with Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer (Netflix Original)

Soundtrack, season 1 (Netflix Original)

Available December 19

After the Raid (Netflix Original)

Ultraviolet, season 2 (Netflix Original)

Twice Upon a Time (Netflix Original)

Available December 20

The Two Popes (Netflix Original)

The Witcher, season 1 (Netflix Original)

Available December 22

Private Practice, seasons 1-6

Available December 23

Transformers Rescue Bots Academy, season 1

Available December 24

Carole & Tuesday: Part 2 (Netflix Original)

Como caído del cielo (Netflix Original)

Crash Landing on You (Netflix Original)

John Mulaney & The Sack Lunch Bunch (Netflix Original)

Lost in Space, season 2 (Netflix Original)

Terrace House: Tokyo 2019-2020: Part 2 (Netflix Original)

Available December 25

Sweetheart

Available December 26

The App (Netflix Original)

La Bazar de la Charité (Netflix Original)

Fast & Furious Spy Racers (Netflix Original)

You, season 2 (Netflix Original)

Available December 27

The Gift (Netflix Original)

Kevin Hart: Don’t F**k This Up (Netflix Original)

The Secret Life of Pets 2

Available December 28

Hot Gimmick: Girl Meets Boy (Netflix Original)

Available December 29

Lawless

Available December 30

Alexa & Katie, season 3 (Netflix Original)

The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.: Reawakened, season 1 (Netflix Original)

Available December 31

The Degenerates, season 2 (Netflix Original)

Die Another Day

Golden Eye

Heartbreakers

The Neighbor (Netflix Original)

Red Dawn

Tomorrow Never Dies

The World is Not Enough

Yanxi Palace: Princess Adventures (Netflix Original)

There’s a ‘Divide’ Between Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Kate Middleton, and Prince William

Royals Kate Middleton, Prince William, Meghan Markle, and Prince Harry were all seen together for the first time in a while during the U.K.’s Remembrance Day celebrations, temporarily putting rumors of a giant family feud to rest. That being said, Prince Harry did speak publicly a few weeks back about how he and his brother have had some difficult times recently. And a royals source corroborated that in a new People article. Despite the joint appearances, this source says the two main royals couples (Meghan and Harry, and Kate and William) are on “different paths.”

In reference to the Remembrance Day appearance, the source says, “Everyone was doing their duties, doing what they needed to do on behalf of the family—and that was that. But there is a divide between the four of them. It’s hard for people to digest, because everyone wants them to be such a unit.”

There’s been a rumored rift between Prince William and Prince Harry for a while now, especially after they took steps to separate their royal households. Prince Harry addressed the gossip in a recent documentary, sharing that “inevitably, stuff happens. But we’re brothers; we’ll always be brothers.”

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A source explained that the royals are “going to have to try to figure out how to be civil, but they are on different paths now.” The language is pretty similar to how Prince Harry described his relationship with Prince William: ” “We’re certainly on different paths at the moment. I’ll always be there for him and as I know, he’ll always be there for me. We don’t see each other as much as we used to because we’re so busy, but I love him dearly.”

A lot of the distance seems to be natural, not malicious, and the same goes for Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle’s relationship. Katie Nicholl, a royals expert, told Glamour that she has “never heard from my sources that there has ever been a feud or a falling-out” between the two women. “I do know that Meghan and Kate have come to an agreement to get along, to make an effort, to be amiable and warm toward each other in public,” she said. Seems like everyone is doing their best to just keep it professional.

There’s Reportedly a ‘Divide’ Between Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Kate Middleton, and Prince William

Royals Kate Middleton, Prince William, Meghan Markle, and Prince Harry were all seen together for the first time in a while during the U.K.’s Remembrance Day celebrations, temporarily putting rumors of a giant family feud to rest. That being said, Prince Harry did speak publicly a few weeks back about how he and his brother have had some difficult times recently. And a royals source corroborated that in a new People article. Despite the joint appearances, this source says the two main royals couples (Meghan and Harry, and Kate and William) are on “different paths.”

In reference to the Remembrance Day appearance, the source says, “Everyone was doing their duties, doing what they needed to do on behalf of the family—and that was that. But there is a divide between the four of them. It’s hard for people to digest, because everyone wants them to be such a unit.”

There’s been a rumored rift between Prince William and Prince Harry for a while now, especially after they took steps to separate their royal households. Prince Harry addressed the gossip in a recent documentary, sharing that “inevitably, stuff happens. But we’re brothers; we’ll always be brothers.”

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A source explained that the royals are “going to have to try to figure out how to be civil, but they are on different paths now.” The language is pretty similar to how Prince Harry described his relationship with Prince William: ” “We’re certainly on different paths at the moment. I’ll always be there for him and as I know, he’ll always be there for me. We don’t see each other as much as we used to because we’re so busy, but I love him dearly.”

A lot of the distance seems to be natural, not malicious, and the same goes for Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle’s relationship. Katie Nicholl, a royals expert, told Glamour that she has “never heard from my sources that there has ever been a feud or a falling-out” between the two women. “I do know that Meghan and Kate have come to an agreement to get along, to make an effort, to be amiable and warm toward each other in public,” she said. Seems like everyone is doing their best to just keep it professional.

Four Seasoned Journalists Will Moderate Tonight’s Presidential Debate. They Happen to Be Women.

The four jouranlists are some of the most practiced reporters and commentators on television. Between them, Rachel Maddow, Andrea Mitchell, Ashley Parker, and Kristen Welker have covered Congress, the White House, presidential races, and the State Department. (Mitchell has herself reported on all four of those beats.) Each is so seasoned she seems to have eliminated verbal tics from her speech—the “ums” and “likes” that mere mortals can’t shake.

But in conversation with them, there are phrases that crop up like punctuation.

It’s the first week of November and the fifth presidential debate set to take place in Atlanta, Georgia, is imminent, hosted on MSNBC with the Washington Post. Late last month, the network announced its four moderators—Maddow, who hosts her namesake show on the network; Mitchell, a veteran with the network since 1978; Parker, a White House reporter for the Washington Post; and NBC News White House correspondent Welker.

Rachel Maddow on Today.

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Andrea Mitchell on Meet the Press.

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The top brass went with their finest, of course—a balance of expertise, from Maddow, with her finger on the pulse of Democratic voters, to Mitchell, who is the chief NBC News foreign affairs correspondent, to Parker and Welker, who report on this particular White House on a minute-to-minute basis. (“I’ve got four of the best journalists ever,” explains Rashida Jones, senior vice president for specials on NBC News and MSNBC. “Andrea and Kristen and Rachel and Ashley—they know how to interview people.”)

And oh, sure. That’s right. All are women.

As Mitchell, Welker, and Parker tell it when we meet at 30 Rockefeller Center in a snug, bright conference room, these three in particular also happen to be friends, with Parker and Welker spending hours racing between their offices and the White House and both appearing on Mitchell’s show, Andrea Mitchell Reports.

And so when the women talk, these are the words that get repeated over and over. Not “uh” or “well,” but: “To Ashley’s point,” “As Kristen said,” “Let me just add about these two,” “I agree with Andrea,” and “No, please. You first.”

What’s it like to be in a room or at a table or on camera with four of the most accomplished women in journalism? Well, there’s a lot of credit to spread around, bottomless praise, and no one interrupts.

Pressed to describe her relationship with her female coworkers, Mitchell observes that the group “tends to be more collegial.” Later, she adds: “I don’t want to be sexist, but there is a different feeling in the room when we’re preparing.”

15 Sex Gifts for the Naughty Person on Your Nice List

You might not be able to please everyone on your holiday shopping list, but you can please your partner—by way of some seriously sexy gifts. But choosing the right sex gift to surprise someone with can be tricky. People’s kinks and fetishes (or lack thereof) vary wildly, so it’s hard to know where to start. Throw in all of the super-strong opinions about sex toys, and it can quickly feel like the Wild West.

So we did the—err, hard, work for you. From top-rated products on Amazon to the best sex toys for couples and the “Queen of All Vibrators,” we whittled it down 15 incredible sex gifts that are guaranteed to get you and your partner in the giving mood. Happy (literal?) cuffing season.

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2020 Grammy Nominations: Lizzo Leads the Pack

This year’s Grammy nominations, are here and one thing is clear: the Recording Academy, along with the rest of the world, has fallen in love with Lizzo. The singer/rapper/flautist has nods in eight major categories, including Album of the Year. Her viral hit “Truth Hurts” was nominated for Record of the Year and Song of the Year, capping off what’s been an incredible year for her.

In addition to Lizzo, the Academy also embraced young artists like Billie Eilish and Lil Nas X. Lana Del Rey received nominations for her album Norman Fucking Rockwell!, while Ariana Grande’s album Thank U, Next was recognized in the Best Pop Vocal category, along with Taylor Swift’s Lover. Here are a few more of the major Grammy nominations:

Record of the Year

“Hey, Ma,” Bon Iver

“Bad Guy,” Billie Eilish

“7 Rings,” Ariana Grande

“Hard Place,” H.E.R.

“Talk,” Khalid

“Old Town Road,” Lil Nas X Featuring Billy Ray Cyrus

“Truth Hurts,” Lizzo

“Sunflower,” Post Malone & Swae Lee

Album of the Year

Bon Iver – i,i

Lana Del Rey – Norman Fucking Rockwell!

Billie Eilish – When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go

H.E.R. – I Used to Know Her

Lil Nas X – 7

Lizzo – Cuz I Love You

Vampire Weekend – Father of the Bride

Song of The Year

“Always Remember Us This Way,” Natalie Hemby, Lady Gaga, Hillary Lindsey & Lori McKenna, songwriters (Lady Gaga)

“Bad Guy,” Billie Eilish O’Connell & Finneas O’Connell, songwriters (Billie Eilish)

“Bring My Flowers Now,” Brandi Carlile, Phil Hanseroth, Tim Hanseroth & Tanya Tucker, songwriters (Tanya Tucker)

“Hard Place,” Ruby Amanfu, Sam Ashworth, D. Arcelious Harris, H.E.R. & Rodney Jerkins, songwriters (H.E.R.)

“Lover,” Taylor Swift, songwriter (Taylor Swift)

“Norman F—ing Rockwell,” Jack Antonoff & Lana Del Rey, songwriters (Lana Del Rey)

“Someone You Loved,” Tom Barnes, Lewis Capaldi, Pete Kelleher, Benjamin Kohn & Sam Roman, songwriters (Lewis Capaldi)

“Truth Hurts,” Steven Cheung, Eric Frederic, Melissa Jefferson & Jesse Saint John, songwriters (Lizzo)

Best New Artist

Black Pumas

Billie Eilish

Lil Nas X

Lizzo

Maggie Rogers

Rosalia

Tank and the Bangas

Yola

Best Pop Solo Performance

“Spirit,” Beyoncé

“Bad Guy,” Billie Eilish

“7 Rings,” Ariana Grande

“Truth Hurts,” Lizzo

“You Need to Calm Down,” Taylor Swift

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

“Boyfriend,” Ariana Grande & Social House

“Sucker,” Jonas Brothers

“Old Town Road,” Lil Nas X Featuring Billy Ray Cyrus

“Sunflower,” Post Malone & Swae Lee

“Senorita,” Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello

Best Pop Vocal Album

The Lion King: The Gift, Beyoncé

When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, Billie Eilish

Thank U, Next, Ariana Grande

No. 6 Collaborations Project, Ed Sheeran

Lover, Taylor Swift

Best Dance Recording

“Linked,” Bonobo

“Got to Keep On,” The Chemical Brothers

“Piece of Your Heart,” Meduza Featuring Goodboys

“Underwater,” Rufus Du Sol

“Midnight, Hour,” Skrillex & Boys Noize Featuring Ty Dolla $ign Boys Noize & Skrillex

Best Dance/Electronic Album

LP5, Apparat

No Geography, The Chemical Brothers

Hi This Is Flume (Mixtape), Flume

Solace, Rufus Du Sol

Weather, Tycho

Best Rock Performance

“Pretty Waste,” Bones UK

“This Land,” Gary Clark Jr.

“History Repeats,” Brittany Howard

“Woman,” Karen O & Danger Mouse

“Too Bad,” Rival Sons

Best Rock Song

“Fear Inoculum,” Danny Carey, Justin Chancellor, Adam Jones & Maynard James Keenan, songwriters (Tool)

“Give Yourself a Try,” George Daniel, Adam Hann, Matthew Healy & Ross MacDonald, songwriters (The 1975)

“Harmony Hall,” Ezra Koenig, songwriter (Vampire Weekend)

“History Repeats,” Brittany Howard, songwriter (Brittany Howard)

‘I Was Raised A Hasidic Man. When I Came Out As a Woman In New York City, The Sexism Shocked Me.’

“Hey, Sweetie, what’s up?”

I ignore and continue walking.

“Oh, oh, you can’t talk? Show me that ass!”

I pick up my pace.

“What are you so afraid of? I am really nice!” he continues, taking a step toward me.

Now I am terrified, so I start to run. I run the half block down West 112th Street until I reach the door of The Bayit, the Jewish co-op where I am living on the campus of Columbia University. The co-op is empty at this hour, even the common room, so I take a cup of orange juice from the fridge, and head up to my room on the 4th floor.

I am shaking.

This was a wintery evening in January 2016. I’d been on my way home from a late night out with friends in Brooklyn, and by the time I stepped off the train just a few blocks from my apartment, it was after 11 p.m. The streets, usually still bustling at that hour, were quiet. Spring semester wouldn’t start for a couple more weeks but I thought nothing of the emptiness. I had walked this way dozens of times and never thought twice about whether I’d be safe.

But while the area might have been the same as it always was, I had changed. This time, I was finally living as a woman.

Being raised as a boy in the Ultra-Orthodox Hasidic Jewish community in Williamsburg, wasn’t exactly liberating—our community was simply built on strict social rules that reinforced the most traditional gender norms. “Why aren’t the boys helping Mommy and the girls in the kitchen?” I remember asking my father when I was about 12. On Friday nights, especially in the winter, when we would come back home from shul (the colloquial Yiddish word for synagogue), the Shabbos table often was not yet ready for the meal. My mother and sisters rushed around with last minute preparations while my father, brothers and I relaxed.

It always went down the same way. “Girls, the table isn’t going to set itself!” was my father’s standard “motivational” call out to my sisters. They knew what they had to do: Get into the kitchen and get ready to serve a five-course Shabbos meal for our family of 15. “Shouldn’t we help set the table?” I dared to ask once. In my mind, it didn’t make any sense—it’s not like we were doing anything anyway.

Even growing up in the Hasidic community, with hard-set gender roles—only men go to shul, only men set the tone in community leadership, and only women are tasked with housework—the divide made little sense to me. In some ways, I was a feminist from a young age. (Of course, I’d known that I was really a girl since I was three—so that might have played into my feminist leanings.)

My father gave me a baffled look. “What? I mean, why? That is the women’s job. We don’t have to do housework!” I should, it seemed, just take my privilege and enjoy it.

I got used to it. Sexism was a pillar of my life—a life I was desperately straining to break free of. The older I got, the harder it became to deny I was misgendered. I was a girl—living as a boy was becoming more and more impossible. Living as a woman would mean leaving my family, my community, my whole world—but it would also mean being liberated. I would be free to be myself, free of the gender norms that made me feel suffocated.

I imagined my life as a woman in New York City: I’d wear pink, go on dates with men, get to hang out with other girls. It never occurred to me that I would encounter sexism in my new life in the modern world.

Latinas Have the Last ‘Equal Pay Day’ of the Year. These Women Want to Do Something About That.

It’s not quite a cause for celebration, but November 20 is Latina Equal Pay Day, which marks the point in 2019 at which the average Latina’s wages at last equal what a white man earned in 2018.

For women overall, it takes about 16 months to make what a white man makes in 12. But for Latina women—whose “Equal Pay Day” is the last observed of the year—that number is much higher. It takes nearly 23 months to even out, with Latina’s typically earning only 54 cents for every dollar a man makes. To mark this…inauspicious occasion, Phenomenal Woman Action Campaign founder Meena Harris—who spoke with Alicia Garza for Black Women’s Equal Pay Day—sat down with Jen Zeano, creator of the popular JZD Latina Power shirt line and founder of her own brand, Jen Zeano Designs. Here, Harris and Zeano chat about their new collaboration, Phenomenal x Latina Power, what it means to be a queer entrepreneur, and the strength she finds in her Latinx community.


Meena Harris: Latina Equal Pay Day is not a celebratory day. It’s about recognizing that we still have have a very long way to go in terms of pay equity. Latinas experience the widest gap. What does equal pay and equity mean to you?

Jen Zeano: It means being able to close those gaps. For so long we’ve kind of settled into the fact that we are never going to get paid equally to our white counterparts. But now that I’m a business owner, I’ve surrounded myself with more Latina business owners. Also people working in the field, like attorney or nurses, that are not getting paid what they should be getting paid. We have to do more. Growing awareness of [the gap] is one of the most important things. A lot of people don’t even know that we get paid so much less, and that it makes it so hard for us to create that generational wealth that everybody so deeply craves.

We have to work 10 times harder to try to get [generational wealth] and create these new normals for our families. One of my biggest goals in life is that I want to be one the last generations [in my family] that struggles to pay rent. We shouldn’t struggle to pay rent but unfortunately, so many in our community struggle to pay rent every month. Getting out of that, I feel, is one of the most important things that we have to do.

Harris: One thing that is really important to the Phenomenal Woman Action Campaign is intersectionality. Recognizing that for folks who have multiple identities, it can mean layered discrimination. In your case, you’re not just Latina, you are also LGBTQ. I think it’s amazing that you and your wife, Veronica Zeano, are building this company together. What is it like being a queer Latinx entrepreneur and building a business with your wife?

Zeano: It’s so much. I feel like being a queer Latina in itself has been a journey in a way. When I first came out to my parents, they weren’t super understanding. It took a couple of months for them to come around. And my wife hasn’t had a relationship with her parents in more than five years because they couldn’t come to terms with the fact that she’s married to a woman.

We have been so blessed that our community has been so supportive. We’ve been super open about it. People that follow us and are familiar with our brand know that it’s both of us running the business and they have been super super supportive and always amazing. I surround myself with people who are also queer Latinas. So that always creates a really empowering community. But it’s also been really difficult because when you have to meet potential business partners, or you have to meet people you want to collaborate with, it’s almost like you always have to “come out.” You never really know how they are going to take it.

This Is Us Season Four Fall Finale Recap: Isaac Aptaker Breaks Down Those Big Twists

Yeah, exactly. We had to make sure because we would get confused when we were writing it and we would have Rebecca get a text from Randall and then say, “Oh, no, no, no, wait, wait, wait, that’s the wrong timeline! She wouldn’t be getting that text!” It’s just a process of constantly remembering where you are in space and time to make sure that it all makes sense when you look back on it.

We know Rebecca lives another 10 or 12 years into the future, so how much will the show explore the journey of how her health progresses?

That’s a really good question. We’re committed to telling this story really accurately and as medically honestly as possible. We always have our experts and our consultants, both anecdotally people who have experienced it personally and also doctors and experts in the field. That said, we also are very aware of how sad this story is. Whenever we tell a sad story, we’re always looking for the silver lining for the moments of joy, for the moments of triumph. We’re going to be both accurate and as uplifting as possible while telling something that is incredibly, incredibly sad.

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When is the next time we’ll revisit the storylines set nine months from now?

That’s the Big Three’s 40th birthday, which every season has started with, so that will be the beginning of our fifth season. It’s not going to be a super long wait to get the answers to all of the questions that we just flash-forwarded to. It’s really by the end of this season and the very beginning of next that we’ll be caught up to that moment.

In the scenes set nine months from now, Kate’s wedding ring is still on. Is it accurate to say that even though she might be having trouble with her marriage, so far it’s still intact?

Yeah. I think even if things are bad with Toby, nine months is an incredibly fast time to go from married to divorced, especially when you have a young child. I think people should definitely be aware and concerned about the fact that Toby wasn’t in that flash-forward but, yes, she is wearing a ring. I think that would be awfully fast for them to be divorced.

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Westman Atelier Highlighter Review: The Perfect Dewy Glow

It was foolish of me to think I knew better than Jennifer Aniston’s long-time makeup pro, Gucci Westman. But when she approached me at the launch event for her new line, Westman Atelier, with a makeup brush and what appeared to be a mauve cream blush in hand, I bristled—no pun intended. No way was that color going to suit my super-fair complexion.

Well, I’m sure you can see where I’m going with this. Westman proceeded to sweep the pigment across my cheeks, leaving behind a flush that looked so natural and warm, I wondered if I’d just been sipping on a mimosa instead of an orange juice. Most magical of all, the shade somehow managed to do the same for the wide range of skin tones represented in the room.

That was more than a year ago. And almost every day since, I’ve used what I now know is Westman Atelier Super Loaded Tinted Highlight in Peau de Peche. It’s a tough product to categorize, but as its name implies, its closest to a tinted highlighter. Think less sparkly and more pearlescent for that dreamy, lit-from-within look every single celebrity Westman touches seems to have—Jennifer Aniston, yes, but also Reese Witherspoon, Kate Hudson, Jennifer Lawrence, and Anne Hathaway. The pink tint itself is browner than anything I’d normally use, but I suspect it’s the peach undertones that make it so darn flattering on everyone.

Another reason why it looks so natural? The creamy formula melts into your skin as if it were a moisturizer. That’s probably because it’s formulated with ingredients typically used in skin care, like nourishing jojoba oil and everyone’s favorite hydrator, hyaluronic acid.

The glisten it gives doesn’t exactly come cheap—the palm-sized compact costs $75—but a little goes a long way. And because I love the dewy warmth it imparts so much, I use it as blush, bronzer, highlighter, and even eyeshadow. If you add up the cost of all four products it’s replaced, Westman Atelier’s Super Loaded Tinted Highlight actually saves me $60. (And by the way, I apply it with a $6 blush brush by Real Techniques. It’s a real winner of a high/low combination.)

As I prepare to descend from my soapbox, I’ll just say this: Of the hundreds of products I’ve tried, no other has made my complexion look as healthy and glowy as quickly as this. If $75 is the price of saving time and feeling pulled-together, count me in.

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Dianna Mazzone is a beauty writer in New York. Follow her on Instagram @diannamazzone.