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Chantecaille makes Black Friday easy on you. Purchase the Fall 2010 Tiger in the Wild Palette at Friday, with special code “TIGERS” and receive Lip Chics in Tea Rose free. As an added incentive, 5 percent of these sales goes to TRAFFIC, an international wildlife trade monitoring organization. Chantecaille Tiger in the Wild Palette, $78,

Sweet Style

Sweep some of this onto your shoulders before the upcoming holiday parties. Sure, it lends a nice shimmer, but the Sparkling Edible Body Powder makes going home just as exciting as the parties. Available in honey, cocoa or marshmallow, it’s the kind of beauty product you can both appreciate. Urban Decay Sparkling Edible Body Powder, $29, Sephora

Time to Reboot

It’s an oldie but a goodie. We love the rugged nature of this boot. Not only is it certain to fit into most men’s casual wardrobes, it’s the kind of shoe he’ll hold onto for years to come. Especially when it comes from Cole Haan. The classic look and stellar craftsmanship guarantee longevity. Cole Haan Air Hunter Alpine boot, $228, Cole Haan

Batters Up

If you have sparse lashes or just want to glam up an already healthy set, Estee Lauder’s Sumptuous Extreme Mascara could be your answer. Using tri-blend multiplying fibers, the formula for this mascara acts like lash extensions, filling in and magnifying lashes for a high-impact, voluminous look free of clumping. Estee Lauder Sumptuous Extreme Mascara, $23.50, Dillard’s

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