Fall beauty products that will feed your pumpkin fix

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The arrival of pumpkin-themed everything is upon us, and it’s time to go all out for fall. I mean, if you’re not drinking a PSL as you read this, you are already doing this season wrong. Go ahead and break out your coziest sweaters, peruse the aisles of Target for anything orange and, of course, add some much-needed pumpkin spice magic to your life.

Here are some of our favorite pumpkin beauty products that will help feed your fix this fall:

Too Faced Pumpkin Spice Warm & Spicy Eye Shadow Palette, $51.77

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If you invest in one new eye shadow palette this season, let it be this pumpkin spice-scented one from Too Faced. It has 18 rich and creamy colors that will have you feeling the fall spirit, even if you’re nowhere near a pumpkin patch.

I Heart Revolution Lip Care Duo Pumpkin Spice Latte, $12

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Here’s another beauty product that you’re sure to like a latte. We’re head over heels for the I Love Revolution pumpkin-scented lip care duo. This set includes an amazing lip scrub and lip mask that will have your pout looking gorgeous and refreshed in just a few minutes.

eos Whipped Pumpkin Latte Lip Balm Stick & Sphere, $4.99

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When it comes to seasonal lip balms, no one does it better than eos. These super soft shea butter balms smell just like a pumpkin latte and will give you all the fall vibes while also moisturizing your lips like no one’s business. It’s almost good enough to eat. Almost.

Too Cool For School Pumpkin Sleeping Pack, $17

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Meet the all-in-one overnight enzyme-based treatment mask and moisturizer of your pumpkin dreams. This Too Cool For School product contains pumpkin fermentation extract, which works wonders for your skin and will leave you with healthier-looking skin in no time.

Peter Thomas Roth Pumpkin Enzyme Mask Enzymatic Dermal Resurfacer, $60

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Get ready for absolute mask luxury with Peter Thomas Roth. This pumpkin product is packed with pumpkin enzyme, a natural enzyme that acts as a gentle and effective exfoliator. I used it once and was instantly hooked on how bright and fresh my skin looked after just five minutes! Trust me, this mask is 100% worth the splurge.

The Body Shop Limited Edition Vanilla Pumpkin Whipped Body Butter, $17.60

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Treat your skin to something super sweet this PSL season with a delicious and nourishing body butter from The Body Shop. My skin is definitely on the drier side, and this body butter instantly helps it feel soft and smooth. The best part? This limited-edition shea butter moisturizer will leave you smelling like pumpkin, caramel, almond milk and maple syrup.

Dermalogica PowerBright Overnight Cream, $82

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If you’re looking to fade dark spots this fall, you’ll want to add this product from Dermalogica to your skin care routine. This premium cream is infused with pumpkin enzymes to smooth and even skin texture.

Buxom Spiced Up Full-On Plumping Lip Gloss Collection, $21

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Spice up your life with the limited-edition Buxom lip collection, which includes their best-selling plumping lip glosses in four gorgeous colors like Pumpkin Chai Latte Lip Cream and Spiced Vanilla Latte Lip Cream. You’ll be reaching for these shades daily this fall and beyond.

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