Cult Beauty Favorites Worth Trying

If you love the world of beauty as much as we do, you are probably intrigued with new launches and always wondering what products are worth the hype. Sometimes products are so talked about yet they end up being a total flop. But today, the items we are sharing are cult favorites. That means, the beauty world has been more than vocal about its obsession. So much so, in fact, that some of them are known to sell out quite frequently.

These are the ones to keep an eye out for. And if any of them are calling your name, you may want to answer before those dreaded words “out of stock” flash across the screen.

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Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder - Fans of this lightweight powder cannot seem to escape it. What do we mean by that? Well once you try this, all other powders just do not measure up. This has won numerous beauty awards, and has been raved about by beauty gurus and beauty bloggers left and right. The sheer matte coverage that sets without the dryness or cakey look is what we all want. And here it is.

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Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector - This highlighter offers the glow of the century. You can buy it in liquid form for a dewy glow on the cheekbones, gloss up your lids, or even mix it with your foundation for a lit from within shine. Although it comes in 7 shades, Champagne Pop is the most loved of the bunch as it caters to all skin tones. Becca also offers a powder in even more shades for a subtle shimmer. But mix them together, and you have an unstoppable blinding highlight.

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Glamglow Supermud Clearing Treatment - Do you want clear pores, reduced shine, and to never see another blackhead again? Then this is the mask for you. This potent formula was made to focus on the most difficult of skin concerns like scarring, acne, and redness. And it really works. Whether you check customer reviews, before and after photos, or just bite the bullet and try it for yourself. You are sure to be impressed!

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Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream Skin Protectant - This all over beauty balm has been around since before Marilyn Monroe’s love of it lit the fire of its fame. And since then, makeup artists and skincare experts swear by this deeply moisturizing formula. It fights dryness, adds a dewy glow to the cheek bones, and is even adored as an everyday lip balm.

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Batiste Dry Shampoo - Batiste is the world’s #1 dry shampoo. With more than a handful of pleasant scents to choose from whilst extinguishing your greasy roots, this has become a lifesaver for women across cultures. The scents are long lasting, there is no ashy residue, and your new volume will last all day long. Who needs to wash their hair every day when dry shampoo exists, especially this one?

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L’Oreal Paris Elnett Satin Hairspray - It seems as if women have been using L’Oreal Elnett hairspray since the dawn of time. And why is that? Probably because it is foolproof. Offering a gravity defying hold while still looking natural (when you remain lighthanded) is what every woman wants.

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MAC Ruby Woo Matte Lipstick - If you have ever shopped at MAC, you are probably aware of just how popular the shade Ruby Woo is. And for good reason. This is the red amongst reds. It stands out as the most flattering on every and all skin tones. Seriously, just check the #RubyWoo hashtag on Instagram and you will surely see what we mean. This formula forbids shine with a long lasting matte finish, and gives you that classic Hollywood glam style.

If you have yet to try these cult beauty favorites… what are you waiting for? There is a reason people are so excited to rave about these beauty products. Even before social media, these cult beauty favorites made a statement across countries and platforms for decades.

Photo Credit: cover via Maybelline, first photo via Laura Mercier, second photo via Becca Cosmetics, third photo via Glamglow, fourth photo via Elizabeth Arden, fifth photo via Batiste, sixth photo via L'Oreal, and seventh photo via Ankie Van Hoek 

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