I’ll be discussing our favorite clean beauty products. Practically, most of us females are obsessed with some particular products we use and can’t seem to change them. I’ll be sharing some of my personal products I’m crazy about. I’m a mascara girl through and through, there was a particular time I almost gave up on it because I couldn’t seem to find the right one and when I eventually did, I bought tons of them. Now I never run out of mascaras!
I love everything glossy and when it comes to lip gloss, I have so many flavors. It goes on so smoothly and provides just the right amount of color. As an added bonus, it keeps my lips hydrated.
Talk about my night infusion cream. This cream works overnight to hydrate, target fine lines, wrinkles, and firm skin. My Hair serum is another good product from Nuele. Normally, I would post pictures alongside description, but it isn’t happening, not because I don’t want to share, but the fact that my little cousin has been a ragamuffin lately and has crafted a new toy with my little makeup bag.(not that I do that all the time though). So basically that’s the only reason why you have no image, but I promise to come back and edit.
The truth is you may not be able to judge a product by its cover or its swanky packaging but you can get a pretty good indicator on whether it’s a hit from a product’s popularity with other beauty folk. Namely, by reading the reviews, scrolling through Instagram and checking out the the “best-selling” lists on your favourite sites. Y’all know what I mean. With that in mind, here are the best selling beauty products of all time 2020.
Top Beauty Products
I love skincare and I love the color pink — my two defining characteristics, honestly. Kylie skin is one of the best selling beauty brands in the world. Owned by the very Kardashian sister, Kylie Jenner. They have a variety of products ranging from foam face wash, walnut face scrub, vanilla milk toner, skin eye cream, Vitamin C serum and many others.
Fenty Beauty products have drawn international praise for the range of shades offered, and Rihanna as the CEO trademarked her surname, Fenty, for use on an array of products, leading to speculation that she would begin working on endeavors other than her music. Fenty Beauty was among these new trademarks. Check out their products;
I had to include this particular product because I feel there’s a great story behind their success. The CEO of the beauty shop found that there was an immense hole in the market for skincare product at a progressively reasonable cost. Having invested a great deal of energy figuring out how to make appropriate skincare product, it before long turned out to be certain that there was a speciality in the market prepared for what she was creating.
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