These beauty products are worth the hype

Do you ever feel like there are some products that you are just always hearing about? Us, too. But sometimes it can be so difficult to tell what's trendy vs. what's worth it. Read on to find out which cult-favorite products are deserving of *all* of the praise. 

The *ultimate* lip mask


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The lip sleeping mask from Laneige is one of those products that you don't know you need until you've tried it. Just smear a little on your pout before you go to sleep and wake up to smooth, soft lips that last throughout the day. Sephora $20. 

The game-changing hair dryer


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This hair dryer has a steep pricetag, but if blowing out your hair is a part of your daily routine it may be worth it. Dyson technology is legendary, with a lightweight tool that makes DIY blowouts easy. Sephora $399.  

The universally flattering shade


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 It all started with a blush—but since then this iconic shade from NARS has blossomed into almost every type of makeup.  The peachy-pink shade is soft enough to blend with almost any look on the eyes, cheeks or lips. Sephora $49.

The best hair mask


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Ever notice how your hair feels so much softer and stronger when you're leaving the salon but you can't seem to get it like that at home? Enter Olaplex Hair Perfector No. 3. This hair mask strengthens, softens and restores your mane to make it feel that way every day. Sephora $56. 

The most insta-worthy brow tools


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Insta brows are everywhere, but it can be difficult to figure out which product will work to give brows the ideal full-but-natural look. This Benefit Cosmetics brow pencil has an both an eyebrow brush to shape brows and pen to fill in color. Sephora $24.

The flawless concealer


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Fun fact: One of these concealers is sold every 12 seconds. The formula is full-coverage, but is still easy to use and blend into skin while nourishing the skin underneath. A necessity for any makeup lover. Ulta $27.

The universal balm


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 While a ton of Glossier's products are amazing, the balm dotcom is definitely a fave. There are flavored options which intensely moisturize lips or you can opt for the orginal which can be used as a skin salve, too. Glossier $12.


by Olivia Sowa | 6/22/2020