2016 beauty game changers with Teen Vogue

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It's a new year, and time to find out about the new innovative beauty trends.

Beauty editor of Teen Vogue Elaine Welteroth shows us these beauty game changers for 2016.

Screen Shot 2016-01-05 at 3.59.00 AMBaking Soda Cleansing Scrub—This household staple has finally reached the beauty masses! As the first baking soda-based cleanser, it gently exfoliates your skin then naturally dissolves so you never over scrub. This innovative powder activates with water to deep clean pores and leaves your skin visibly smoother in as little as one week. (Biore Baking Soda Cleanser, $9.99)

Spray Body Lotion: Spray lotion is huge in beauty this year. It goes on evenly, absorbs quickly and leaves no greasy residue. Coconut oil was big in 2015 and remains a top trend so coconut oil lotion in mist form is a must-have for 2016 (YES TO Coconuts Light Spray Body Lotion, $9.99).

Cushion Compacts: Cushion compacts are HUGE in Korea, and started making a major splash in the U.S. for their light, airy formula. But the shades were always extremely limited--until now! This is the widest color range on the market, so everyone can get in on the cushion compact craze! (L'Oréal Paris True Match Lumi Cushion, $16.99).

Nails: New try-before-you-buy apps cleverly end nail-polish-choice paralysis forever. Sally Hansen’s ManiMatch app is the first-ever virtual try-on application for nails, enabling you to instantly try on any shade live. Simply download the FREE app, scan your hand, receive a personalized shade recommendation, and try it on!  (SallyHansen.com, free)

Korean Rubber Face Mask: Rubber face masks have been a staple in Korea for years but now that they’re stateside they’re one of the hottest beauty trends around. They’re the next generation of sheet masks that deliver incredible results…fast. (glowrecipe.com, $6)

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