Best Beauty Products of 2014

Finding the perfect beauty products never fails to come with a lot of trial and error. It always takes me multiple tries to find the product that is a perfect fit for me. After a year of ups and downs, here is my list of the must-have beauty products of 2014:

Lipstick: Anything from NYX

Anyone who knows me has probably noticed I’m obsessed with lipsticks. Ever since I discovered NYX, I just about own every color of the rainbow. They typically start at $3.99 and range to $5.99. NYX is inexpensive, but has a great variety of pigments and lasts nearly all day without reapplication.



Hair Mask: InstaNatural Argan Oil Hair Mask

This is a deep conditioning treatment that can also be used as a conditioner. It contains Argan Oil, Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, etc. After one use, I noticed a drastic difference in my hair. It makes it incredibly smooth and is great for dealing with frizzy hair. Over time, it strengthens hair and fights off heat damage.



Concealer: Benefit Boi-ing

For years, I religiously used Studio Gear concealer, but due to it being discontinued in stores, I’ve had to find another option. Benefit’s Boi-ing is an industrial strength concealer that is perfect for people with the curse of dark under eyes like myself. It has great coverage and is long lasting without drying out.


Foundation: Garnier Skin Renew BB Cream

I always use a BB Cream for every day, because it feels so much lighter on your skin while providing a decent amount of coverage. It’s long lasting, but it’s not as clogging to your pores as regular foundation. Some days I even mix it with my regular moisturizer to make it more like a tinted moisturizer.




Mascara: Rimmel London ScandalEyes Lycra Flex

I’ve tried multiple mascaras all from different price points, but this one has always stood out to me. The formula creates intense volume and length while the brush is made to define the lashes. If you’re looking for a new mascara, you definitely won’t be disappointed.




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