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Celebrity Beauty Brands You Should Try

Some of the best celeb cosmetic brands available in the market

Celebrities have always been at the forefront of the beauty world; from being models for ad campaigns to being brand ambassadors for beauty brands, celebrities have been a beauty inspiration to millions worldwide.

In recent years, however, celebrities have been generous enough to share their beauty secrets in the form of launching their own beauty lines. Even though the large influx of celebrity beauty brands has been overwhelming, here are a few essentials that everyone needs to try.

Fenty Beauty by Rihanna

Rihanna’s beauty line needs no introduction. When Fenty Beauty was launched in 2017, with high quality, skin-loving ingredients and an inclusive foundation range of 50-shades, it changed the beauty game forever!

Rihanna later went on to launch a sister brand, “Fenty Skin,” that consists of superior quality moisturizers, toners, and cleansers.

Our top picks are the Fenty Beauty Gloss Bomb ($19) and Fenty Skin Butta Drop Whipped Oil Body Cream ($39)

Rare Beauty by Selena Gomez

Rare Beauty was launched with the idea to make make-up fun and to be comfortable in your own skin. Despite being launched in an already saturated market, Rare Beauty made its mark by the amazing range and quality of products. Our favorite is the 4-piece mini set comprising the liquid blush, liquid luminizer, matte lip cream, and universal volumizing mascara.

Kora Organics by Miranda Kerr

Earlier in 2009, Miranda Kerr was one of the first celebrities who launched a beauty brand that consists only of organic and natural ingredients. Kora Organics has a wide range of skincare products like hand creams and cleansers made with hand-picked natural ingredients filled with antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals.

Our top pick is the Noni Glow Face Oil ($83)

Drew Barrymore’s Flower Beauty

A beauty brand that does wonders and is affordable! Who other than the most beloved Drew Barrymore could launch such a wonderful brand with an amazing range of make-up products and hair tools? Our favorite is the Flower Pots Powder Blush ($11).

Pattern Beauty by Tracee Ellis Rose

The most inclusive hair care line caters specifically to women with curly hair. Its mission is to love yourself the way you are. Pattern Beauty’s hair care line consists of amazing formulas and a variety of products from leave-in conditioners to hair oils and is pocket-friendly at the same time.

Our favorite product is the Pattern Leave-In conditioner ($25).

Jennifer Aniston’s LolaVie

Hollywood’s sweetheart, Jennifer Aniston, known for her statement silky smooth hair, decided to share her hair-care secrets with the world. LolaVie is a hair-care brand that consists of natural ingredients like superfruits, chia seeds, and bamboo extract that promote moisture, strengthen hair, and reduce water loss. The must-have Glossing Detangler ($25) is an amazing product that works as a serum and a heat protectant.

Cindy Crawford’s Meaningful Beauty

Cindy Crawford was another one of the first celebrities to launch a beauty brand early in 2005. The skincare line consists of hydrating and rejuvenating serums, antioxidant cremes, and dark spot treatments, and the skin-based line has now diversified into hair care.

The products clearly are of excellent quality since they have stuck around for so long. The 3-piece age-proof treatment kit ($30) and Revive and Brighten eye masque patches ($52) are just a few that we swear by.


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