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What’s New in Fall Beauty

What’s New in Fall Beauty
October 2020

Plus, the Gibbes Museum's new sales gallery

The Gibbes Museum’s new Ruth and Bill Baker Art Sales Gallery showcases works from its visiting artists series.

Off the Wall

Art aficionados can browse a new gallery at the Gibbes Museum of Art and go home with a piece they admire. The new Ruth and Bill Baker Art Sales Gallery replaces The Daily coffee shop on the first floor and showcases works from the museum’s visiting artists series, which features South Carolina artists “whose work contributes to a new understanding of art in the South.” The gallery’s inaugural exhibit includes pieces from Kristy Bishop, David Boatwright, Tim Hussey, and Kristi Ryba. Art from painter Katherine Dunlap and sweetgrass basketmaker Antwon Ford will be on display—and for sale—October 19 to November 29. [135 Meeting St.,]

Natural Beauty

Charleston-based RMS Beauty is introducing two new products for fall that will help you look more polished for the season. “Master Radiance Base,” a flattering cream highlighter, can be used alone or mixed with your favorite foundation to blur imperfections and achieve a sun-kissed glow year round, while “Back2Brow” powder helps define your eyebrows and frame your face. RMS Beauty, which uses organic and nontoxic ingredients, is available at Out of Hand and Stella Nova, as well as Aillea, Bluemercury, and Sephora. []

Hoop Dreams

Mount Pleasant jewelry designer Missy Newsom has debuted an online shop, where you can find her popular hand-wired hoop and diamond-shaped earrings and bold gemstone rings. Select pieces also are available at Rhodes Boutique and Woodhouse Day Spa. A portion of each sale goes to support her “Made on Purpose” mission to help build a school for children in the Mengo Village of Uganda. []

True Blue

Beauty product-obsessed shoppers will be excited to see that fast-growing national retailer Bluemercury has moved one block north on King Street near Wentworth to a space three times larger than the old location near Hasell Street. The shop will showcase the brand’s expanded Conscious Beauty Program, which features clean cosmetic lines such as Alpyn Beauty, One Love Organics, Tata Harper, and local favorites Maya Chia and RMS Beauty. Curbside pickup is available. [278 King St.,]