So your celeb crush launched a beauty line, but you're not sure where to start. We've rounded up 12 of the most-buzzworthy and best products from Kylie Cosmetics
, Fenty Beauty
, and more. Scroll on through and see the goods.
Goop by Juice Beauty Luminous Melting Cleanser ($90):
Gwyneth Paltrow might have a few controversial self-care and beauty rituals, but there's no mistaking the power of this makeup-removing cleanser balm. Blended with almond, olive, and coconut oils, shea and cocoa seed butters, as well as jojoba and sunflower, this solution is solid skincare gold.
IMAN Second to None Stick Foundation ($16):
Long before Fenty Beauty ever came along, Iman's collection was formulated to cater to under-represented women of color. It's no surprise that she's got the foundation formula and hues down pat. At just $16 a pop, the Second to None Stick Foundation spans a color spectrum of 14 warm to deep colored skin tones.
Flower Beauty Miracle Matte Liquid Lipcolor ($8):
With over 400 reviews on Ulta
and 390 on their own site
, the Miracle Matte Liquid Lipcolor from Drew Barrymore's affordable beauty line is by far the buzziest of the bunch. With a soft, long-lasting finish and nine vibrant shades to choose from, it's not hard to see why.
Honest Beauty Everything Primer ($27):
When Jessica Alba expanded her Honest Company empire into beauty in 2016, the Everything Primer was the desert-island product beauty editors and lovers couldn't stop talking about. This primer comes with moisture-boosting super ingredient hyaluronic acid and texture-smoothing botanical peptide.
Kylie Cosmetics by Kylie Jenner Kylighter ($22):
If you thought we were going to be talking about the Lip Kit, you thought wrong. Her Kylighters go on a like a glowy dream and give a dewy, traffic-stopping sheen.
Kat Von D Tattoo Liner ($20):
This cult-fave liner kind of needs no introductions, but we're going to give one anyway. Celeb tattoo artist Kat Von D's smash hit liner has over 12,000 (yes, 12,000) reviews on Sephora and over four stars. It glides on ultra-black, stays put all day, and has a precision brush tip that never frays, so you can always score the perfect cat-eye.
Kora Organics Noni Glow Face Oil ($68):
The best-selling product from Miranda Kerr's collection of wholesome skincare is the Noni Glow Face Oil. Made with noni extract, rosehip oil, pomegranate oil, and sea buckthorn oil, this hydrating elixir is said to even skin tones and treat dullness in skin.
KKW Beauty Ultra Light Beams Duo ($32):
Just like little sis Kylie, pretty much every piece of Kim Kardashian West's beauty line has been released to ample fanfare. And while a number of her products have gotten mixed reviews, the one we're really feeling is the Ultra Light Beams Duo in Bronze. The pigment will make your eyes POP, and while the vial is small, just a pinch of this coppery shimmer will go a long way. If you're a lip gloss type, you'll love the matching lippie too.
Elizabeth and James Nirvana White Dry Shampoo ($28):
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen definitely knew what they were doing when they took their floral perfume scented with notes of musk and peony and turned it into a dry shampoo. It will not only degrease your roots; it also gives off a sweet-smelling waft whenever your tousle your locks.
Fenty Beauty by Rihanna Pro Filt'r Soft Matte Longwear Foundation ($34):
When the Barbadian chanteuse released her long-awaited beauty line, the internet lost their minds over the products. The item we HAD to put on this list was the Pro Filt'r Foundation. With 40 inclusive shades, this longwear liquid base lives up to the hype
Meaningful Beauty Crème de Sérum ($65):
Cindy Crawford may no longer walk runways on the regular, but the 52-year-old is still a total knockout. Teaming up with French cosmetic doc, Jean-Louis Sebagh, she founded beauty brand Meaningful Beauty, which focuses specifically on skincare. Her Crème de Sérum is formulated with the brand's prorietary superantioxidant melon complex, plus moisturizing hyaluronic acid and anti-aging peptides.
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