The Best Products Our Beauty Editors Tried in March
From makeup to skincare, haircare and more, there was a lot to go through. And after testing them all out, we've come up with a list of things we think you need to try. Keep scrolling to get a look at the best products our beauty editors tried in March!
FGBG Hair, Skin and Nails Gummies: $30
One of our editors tried out the hair, skin and nails gummies from FGBG and noticed a major difference after a month. Her nailbeds were stronger, her hair felt thicker and she had noticeably fewer breakouts. These gummies are jam-packed with good-for-you ingredients like Biotin and vitamins A and E, and come individually wrapped to make taking it on the go even easier.
Milani Highly Rated Anti-Gravity Mascara: $10.99
When it comes to mascara, we always find ourselves gravitating toward drugstore brands. For some reason, they just know what they're doing! Milani's new formula has got to be their best mascara yet. The anti-gravity factor means your lashes won't fall and look lackluster throughout the day. Rather, you'll experience cluster-free, smudge-proof and lengthy lashes. And with up to 24 hours of wear, this will last you all day and night long.
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Pacifica Fluffy Blushy in Bloom: $11
If you're on TikTok, you know that blush is quite literally the makeup product of the year—especially non-powder ones. The new Fluffy Blushy from Pacifica has to be one of the most beautiful formulas we've ever seen. We tried it out for ourselves with a damp Beautyblender, and after applying it to our cheeks, we were left looking dewy and glowy with a cloud-like finish.
(via Pacifica Beauty)
By Rosie Jane Leila Lu Everyday Body Wash: $25
We're total suckers for luxe body washes, and the moment we smelled the Leila Lu fragrance from By Rosie Jane, we were in love. Set in a glass bottle and formulated with organic white tea extract, pine bark extract and cocoa extract, this wash will leave your skin feeling hydrated, moisturized and thoroughly cleansed.
(via By Rosie Jane)
Beautyblender Beam Shadeshifter Makeup Sponge: $20
If you're not applying your makeup with a Beautyblender, what are you even doing? Beautyblenders help your products melt into your skin, making your makeup look flawlessly smooth and blended. We're particularly loving the brand's latest release—the Shadeshifter sponge. It changes colors once you get it damp with hot water, making applying makeup more fun than ever.
PUR Fully Charged Lash Primer: $20
There's only so much curling your lashes and applying mascara can do, so when you use a primer, you will see a noticeable difference not only in the look but also in how long your mascara lasts and stays on. We've been using PUR's Fully Charged Lash Primer, which is crafted with carnauba wax, vitamin B5 and sunflower seed oil, and have been loving how our mascara has been easily gliding and staying on.
NuMe Automatic Curling Wand: $199 (on sale for $159.20!)
We absolutely love getting all dolled up, but keeping track of a million different cords and styling tools can be exhausting. So when we first heard of NuMe's Automatic Curling Wand, we knew we needed to try it out. And it absolutely lived up to the hype! The kit consists of three ceramic barrels in different sizes as well as the main component. It makes doing your hair way easier than ever.
(via NuMe hair)
The Brow Trio Ultimate Brow Stencil Kit: $38
Have you ever done your eyebrows and loved how one looked, but were unable to match the other? That's where The Brow Trio comes in. This stencil kit comes with a pouch, brow pomade, sponge and tons of stencils to choose from. All you have to do is pick the brow shape you like, line it up to your brow and stamp the pomade. It's basically fool-proof.
(via The Brow Trio)
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Codex Beauty Bia Facial Oil: $55
We like going to bed with our faces looking like glazed donuts. If you agree, you need to try out Codex Beauty's Bia Facial Oil as part of your skincare routine. Formulated with ingredients like omega 3 and vitamins A and C, this dry oil is meant to lock in moisture. And don't let the word "dry" fool you—it applies like a serum and is perfect for those with dry skin.
(via Codex Beauty)
Bath & Body Works Butterfly Whipped Body Butter: $19.50
Bath & Body Works just launched their newest fragrance, Butterfly, and we're obsessed. When we think of a butterfly, we think of spring, and that's exactly what this scent evokes! With notes of raspberry nectar, iris petals and vanilla, this whipped body butter not only smells divine, but it leaves your skin feeling ultra-refreshed and hydrated thanks to shea and cocoa butter.
(via Bath & Body Works)
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