Best of Beauty Master List. After testing thousands of beauty products, Allure named their 182 undisputed favorites. I’ve picked some items from the list and I will tell you why these products. Part 1 about Makeup products. Part 2 Skin and Hair Care.
Lancôme Galatée Comforting Milky Cream Cleanser ($30 to $47, depending on size) is a soothing, moisturizing lotion.
Why I picked this item: I have dry skin and I know that Lancome’s skin care is really worth trying
Johnson’s Softlotion Extra Care Healing Lotion ($4.99) smells powdery and a touch sweet, like the skin of a five-month-old. A few pumps is all you need to cover your entire body.
Why I picked this item: I LOVE their products and I am using some of them right now. But I never tried this one before.
Helioplex? In a hand cream? Say no more. Neutrogena Age Shield Hand Cream SPF 30 ($5.99) absorbs in an instant, leaves our hands smooth for hours, and wards off sun spots.
Why I picked this item: I am the biggest fan of hand creams. So I just have to try this one.
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We’ve actually used L’Oréal Paris Feria Multi-Faceted Shimmering Colour ($9.99) to rescue botched salon jobs; regular use doesn’t weaken hair.
It took all our willpower to keep from eating Kiehl’s Crème de Corps Soy Milk & Honey Body Polish ($27.50)—really, it smells like dessert. The creamy base leaves skin soft and dewy, and we love that it comes in a shower-friendly tube.
Why I picked this item: Yummy. I love almost all milk and honey products and this scrub should be great!
Other sponges need to be folded to create a rounded edge; Beautyblender ($20) is built that way. And it doesn’t get crumbly, even after countless uses.
Why I picked this item: I really want to try it. I read good reviews about it and saw videos with makeup artists using it.
Clarins Self-Tanning Instant Gel ($30) dries in five minutes and produces a streak-free golden-bronze.
All photos and information are taken from Allure. There you can check out all 182 products