13 cult beauty buys you should try at least once
But we can’t guarantee you won’t want to repurchase…
By Carli Alman
Beauty Crew Editor / August 19 2016
Amongst the thousands of beauty products in the market, there are those that have earned themselves the reputation of being cult. Holy Grail items, if you will.
And while we could never cover all of them in one article, here are just 13 cult beauty products every woman should try at least once in their life (but we can’t guarantee you won’t want to go back for more after you’ve discovered why they’ve earned their status).
Image photography by: Tim Robinson
Maybelline Great Lash Mascara
Maybelline’s iconic green and pink mascara has been around from the early 70s, so you know if it’s stuck around for this long, it must be doing something right in the lengthening, defining, and volumising departments.
Chanel No. 5
It’s highly likely your grandmother and mother have had this luxurious bottle sitting on their vanity at some point. The combination of powdery and floral notes make Chanel No. 5 the perfect go-to feminine scent, so why not be the next generation to stock up on the beautiful fragrance?
Hair oils are everywhere these days, but the Moroccanoil Treatment is the argan-enriched one that’s been around from the very beginning. With its hair nourishing and hydrating benefits, it’s easy to see why it’s become a staple for women all over the world.
Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair
While this anti-ageing serum may seem a bit out of budget, it works, with women all over the world swearing that Advanced Night Repair has helped reduce the signs of ageing.
Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat
YSL changed the concealing and brightening game with the launch of Touche Éclat, which has now become the Holy Grail for many for illuminating skin and counteracting dark circles.
Elizabeth Eight Hour Skin Cream Protectant
The award-winning Eight Hour Cream is the ultimate multitasker, working to soothe, protect and calm lips, cuticles and whatever area of you skin needs it, while being able to shape and hold brows and give lids luminosity.
Carli was BEAUTYcrew’s Editor from launch in 2016 until May 2020. You can find her words right here on BEAUTYcrew, and previously on beautyheaven.