Beauty Buys Worth The Hype
Even though we love trying new beauty products and our bathroom cabinets are filled with samples, there are some beauty products that are always on our wishlist and have earned themselves the hall of fame spot. They’re not cheap, but they are some of the best sellers in the beauty industry and for a good reason: they do what they promise and they’re worth every penny.
1. NARS Orgasm Blush. This blush must be one of the most talked about ever (it’s one of the best sellers in the USA): its peachy pink color looks good on practically every skin tone and gives a healthy-looking color that makes any complexion look younger and natural, even though it looks bright pink on the palette. Plus, it stays on all day long.
2. Glamglow SUPERMUD Clearing Treatment. If you have oily skin, you must’ve heard about this mask. It became super famous last year, when all bloggers were using it, and it’s no surprise: it really gets the job done. It’s pretty expensive, and some of us might think about it twice before paying that much for a mask, but it’s so worth it. It cleanses the pores, draws out sebum and prevents breakouts form forming. But if your skin is not oily be careful: it’s a bit drying.
3. Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream. This classic is very well known for its moisturizing properties: it calms and soothes any skin and gives it a hydrated feeling that stays for hours (hence the name). It’s on the pricier side, but it’s often on sale somewhere, and it’s a definite must if you have dry skin.
4. OUAI Hair Oil. This one is a more recent best seller in the hair department, but as good as the other products we’ve been talking about. It’s very well known for its anti-frizz effects, and really helps detangle any type of hair (even the curliest of them all). It also protects hair from heat damage, prevents split ends and keeps the color from fading. Need more reasons? I smells amazing!
5. Sunday Riley Luna Sleeping Night Oil. Sunday Riley got into the "must have brand in your bathroom" a couple of years ago, and it’s for a good reason: it really hydrates the skin and repairs marks like acne scars. The best thing about it is that even if you have oily skin, it doesn’t make it breakout like other oils do, and still treats the scars.