The Best Products Our Beauty Editors Tried in June

If you're always on the hunt for new beauty products to try out, you've come to the right place.

Here at Sweety High, our beauty editors try out tons of products each and every month, just for you, and this June was full of all sorts of amazing skincare, makeup and more. We've been able to narrow it down to the products we think are well worth the money, below!

RapidLash Eyelash Enhancing Serum: $49.99

We've tried our fair share of lash serums, and if you're looking for one on the more affordable side, this one from RapidLash is a great option. Formulated with key ingredients such as biotin, amino acids, pumpkin seed extract and polypeptides, it'll leave your lashes thicker, fuller and longer with repeated use in just eight weeks.

(via ULTA)


Bumble and bumble Surf Wave Foam: $29

We can't think of a better time than summer to start using a wave foam for our hair, and after testing this baby out from Bumble and Bumble, we don't think we'll use anything else ever again. Not only does it smell like a tropical dream, but it will leave your locks looking better than ever thanks to dead sea salt, aloe leaf juice and coconut fruit extract.

(via Bumble and Bumble)


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Grown Alchemist Gentle Gel Facial Cleanser: $39

If you have sensitive skin or are simply on the hunt for a new cleanser to add to your routine, we can't suggest this one from Grown Alchemist enough. The packaging is sleek and chic, plus, thanks to a blend of chamomile, bergamot and willow bark, your skin will be thoroughly cleansed and left feeling both calm and supple.

(via Grown Alchemist)


Daily Practice Eye Revive: $33

We'll be the first to admit that we use makeup wipes from time to time, but in all honestly, they're pretty bad for the area around your eyes. Vigorously scrubbing our eyes is the last thing we should be doing, which is why we've come to rely on Daily Practice's Eye Revive! Thanks to natural botanicals and marine extracts, this formula gently removes makeup around the eyes.

(via Daily Practice)


Good Side Terracotta Jumbo Silk Scrunchie: $25

We don't know about you, but we have a major obsession with hair scrunchies, and from the second we tried out this cutie from Good Side, we were immediately sold. We're loving this terracotta color, but others are available as well! It's silky smooth and won't pull at your hair, making it the perfect accessory to wear daily.

(via Good Side)


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GoodJanes Hydro Burst Hydrating Under-Eye Patches: $34

One of our absolute favorite things to do when we're getting ready for a hot date night or brunch with the girls is using under-eye patches, and these new ones from GoodJanes have quickly become a fave. Complete with six sets, these under-eye patches use kakadu plum and niacinamide to hydrate and brighten the skin in just 15 minutes.

(via GoodJanes)


I-Envy Lash Glue Liner: $8.99

While we love the way strip lashes look, we aren't the best at putting them on. If this sounds like you, let us put you onto I-Envy's Lash Glue Liner. Instead of using a separate glue and liner, this two-in-one product makes putting on lashes easier than ever. Once you've put the liner on and it's still tacky, all you need to do is add your strip lashes—it's that simple!

(via Wessentials)


LYS Beauty No Limits Cream Bronzer Stick: $19

We're always on the hunt for the next big thing in makeup, and we think we've found it with LYS Beauty's No Limits Cream Bronzer Stick. With over 15,000 hearts on Sephora, you just know this product works. It's creamy enough to be used directly over the skin and won't remove your foundation in the process. Its clean formula won't irritate your skin, instead leaving you with a carved-out, sculpted face.

(via Sephora)


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SBLA Beauty Eye Lift Wand: $149

Whether you deal with hooded eyes, discoloration or puffy undereyes, we're willing to bet you're looking for a product that can help you out—and while $149 is pretty pricey for an eye product, the reviews are incredible.

(via SBLA Beauty)


ITEM Beauty Boost Juice: $18

Addison Rae's ITEM Beauty has been rolling out new products non-stop, and the Boost Juice has got to be one of the most exciting releases lately. Complete with a boosting primer and colorful mascara, putting this on will make your eyes truly pop. The lilac side is great for volume while the blue side is great for length, and if you use them under a traditional black mascara, the colors will disappear!

(via ITEM Beauty)


Miss last month? Look HERE to find out which products our beauty editors liked in May.