10 cult makeup products we will never, ever stop obsessing over


If you’re looking for a specific makeup product or an antidote to a skin issue, you can call upon your most trusted beauty-loving friends (internet and IRL) to dish out their recommendations. There’s power in numbers — when you hear the same product’s name being suggested more than once, you’re going to want to add it to your stock immediately.

From $5 stunning lipsticks to high-end miracle moisturizer, here are 10 beauty products with huge cult followings.

1. Bio Oil


This inexpensive drugstore fave helps hydrate skin while fading acne scars and stretch marks. Even Khloé Kardashian is a fan. Drugstore.com, $8.99

2. Aztec Mask


A lowkey favorite for years, this clay mask is finally making its way to the mainstream. Its fandom is well-deserved — all the gunk in your pores will be zapped away after using this stuff. Amazon, $9.45.

3. Glossier Boy Brow


Glossier stans KILL for their Boy Brow, an all-in-one brow shaper and filler that will make sure your fuzzy caterpillars look FLEEK AF. Glossier, $16

4. Floss Gloss


After launching in 2011, Floss Gloss became the go-to when it came to indie nail polish. With their vivid shades, creative editorials, and gorgeous packaging, Floss Gloss stood out in the scene and amassed a huge, dedicated fan base. It’s hard not to collect them all! Floss Gloss, $8.

5. May Lindstrom Blue Cocoon


At over $100, Blue Cocoon is a true splurge — but people (including Gwyneth Paltrow) SWEAR by this blue, miracle goo. It can work as an eye and lip treatment while helping with everything from eczema to anxiety. May Lindstrom, $160.

6. ColourPop Lipsticks


ColourPop is not only crazy affordable, it’s also believed to be a good alternative to Kylie Jenner’s Lip Kits.  With many colors  to choose from just at $5 a pop, it’s seriously hard not to buy everything. And now there’s going to be highlighters? OMGGG. ColourPop, $5 to $6.

Dr. Jart+ Pore No More


This lightweight primer is the BOMB when it comes to reducing the appearance of large pores. Sephora, $45.

7. Bioderma Sensibio


If you haven’t yet tried micellar water, the French way to cleanse your face, go with Bioderma — a tried and true favorite. You may never wash your face the same way again. Beautylish, $11.90.

8. CND Solar Oil


This beloved nail conditioner and strengthener will bring busted-ass claws back to life. Ulta, $8.50.

9. Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat


When people complain about undereye circles, aside from getting enough sleep and hydration, this concealer is always the first recommendation. Sephora, $42.

10. Inglot Duraline


If you own a glorious eyeshadow that has made you say, “Hmm, this would be AMAZING if it were a liquid eyeliner,” then this magic potion will transform it into just that. Inglot, $11.