The Most Popular Beauty Products at 10 Top Retailers

From online to in-store, these are the beauty products your favorite retailers say are the most popular of them all. Did your can't-live-without essentials make the list? Read on to find out! 

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NARS Orgasm Blush ($30): Gives cheeks a perfect pinky-peach flush and subtly highlights with accents of golden shimmer. A universally flattering shade that is repeatedly a makeup artist and beauty editor favorite. 

GlamGlow SuperMud Clearing Treatment ($69): A scientifically advanced skin-clearing treatment to target, prevent and heal problem skin.

Sephora Collection Cream Lip Stain ($14): This high-coverage lip stain features avocado oil for a texture that transforms as you wear it. When applied, the initial cream texture becomes a silky, lightweight stain.


Ulta Beauty

IT Cosmetics Brushes for Ulta Beauty Velvet Luxe LBD Powder Brush #307 ($48): This ultra-plush brush is custom-designed for powder application. The fluffed, rounded brush head is created to pick up and apply the perfect amount of powder every time.

BareMinerals SkinLongevity Vital Power Infusion ($48): This dynamic infusion is designed to revive and help maintain your skin's most vibrant look of health and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

OPI Nail Lacquer ($10): From elegant classics to eye-popping brights, OPI has the ultimate range of nail colors.



MAC Lipstick ($17): Formulated to shade, define and showcase the lips, this lipstick is available in hundreds of hues and is the iconic product that made MAC famous.

Jo Malone London Wood, Sage & Sea Salt Cologne ($125): Alive with the mineral scent of the rugged cliffs, this cologne blends woody earthiness with sage and the sea, conjuring images of breaking waves and the air fresh with sea salt and spray.

Chanel Le Volume de Chanel Mascara ($32): This high-precision mascara achieves instant volume and intensely lush color in a single stroke. Its innovative formula expands, plumping lashes to their fullest.


Saks Fifth Avenue

Christian Louboutin Rouge Louboutin Velvet Matte Lip Colour ($90): Intensely rich color goes on lips with full coverage and sets with a soft-touch matte finish.

Dior Dioressence Eau de Toilette ($100): A lush, voluptuous fragrance with a hint of Asian inspiration. The perfect florals and spices are blended into this rich scent of rosebud, violet, geranium, cinnamon and patchouli.

La Mer Crème de la Mer ($465): At the heart of the formula is a nutrient-rich Miracle Broth, created through a meticulous 3–4 month biofermentation process. In a short time, skin becomes softer and firmer and looks virtually creaseless.


Urban Decay Original Eyeshadow Primer Potion ($20): This formula glides on smoothly, and space-age polymer technology fills in any imperfections on the skin's surface, prepping your lids for all-day shadow. 

tarte opening act lash primer ($22): The ophthalmologist-tested formula is infused with naturally derived volumizing and conditioning agents to help prime, volumize, lengthen, separate, curl and condition lashes. 

John Masters Organics Lip Calm ($6): A soothing, moisturizing and invigorating lip treatment made of organic ingredients.



Kevyn Aucoin The Volume Mascara ($28): This volumizing formula for ultra-dramatic lashes wraps each lash hair in pitch black liquid with just one coat.

Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray ($44): A brilliant alternative to dry shampoo, this body-building spray uses patented polymers to absorb oil at the roots, leaving you with just-styled hair for days. 

Eve Lom Cleanser ($80): This solid balm simply melts on contact with skin. Chamomile and cocoa butter softly calm and soothe, while clove and eucalyptus essential oils deeply decongest. 



Laneige Water Sleeping Mask ($24): Recharge dehydrated skin overnight with this highly concentrated ionized mineral water mask that delivers intensive doses of moisture to stressed, parched skin.

PIXI by Petra Glow Tonic ($15): Formulated with 5 percent glycolic acid, this exfoliating toner helps to brighten the complexion, resulting in a healthy glow.

S.W. Basics Cleanser ($22): Formulated with only three ingredients (organic rosewater, vegetable glycerin, and tea tree oil), this cleanser is about as gentle a daily facial wash can get.



La Mer Lifting Eye Serum ($240): With its interlaced Stretch Matrix Complex, this precision serum helps visibly support the “architecture” of your eye and brow area. Sea botanicals promote the natural production of elastin, helping the visible effects heighten with time.

Bobbi Brown Eye Opening Mascara ($30): The jumbo brush fans and pushes lashes up and out for high-drama volume and high-impact curl while the rich, carbon-black formula intensely thickens and lifts lashes for the ultimate eye-opening effect.

M-61 Power Glow Peel ($28): This quick, radiant glow peel provides deep exfoliation as it resurfaces, clarifies and helps firm skin. Glycolic and salicylic acid help reduce pore size and the appearance of fine lines.



Deborah Lippmann Nail Polish in Fashion ($18): A sexy yet sophisticated classic nude that goes with everything in your wardrobe.

Hourglass Ambient Lighting Edit ($80): A limited-edition collection of the brand's best-selling powders designed to give you everything you need to finish, brighten, contour and highlight your skin.

Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream ($100): Famed for its ability to instantly rehydrate dull, stressed, and even hungover complexions, this nourishing moisturizer helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles and improve elasticity.


Maybelline New York Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circles Treatment Concealer ($10): This super concentrated formula instantly creates a radiant, refreshed-looking eye area and helps erase the appearance of dark circles and fine lines.

Real Techniques by Sam and Nic Chapman Miracle Complexion Sponge ($6): This 3-in-1 multifunctional sponge has a flat edge for contours, rounded sides to blend large areas of the face and a precision tip to cover blemishes.

e.l.f. professional Clear Lip Exfoliator ($3): Infused with vitamin E, shea butter and avocado and jojoba oils, this lip exfoliator treats and smooths lips for a conditioned and revitalized feel.

  • Pperks
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    I'd like to see Whole Foods in this. They have a pretty big product department. And it's all mostly organic or free of harsh chemicals. I've seen several products that I've received in my test tube, sold there.

  • Diane S Turney
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    I still say eQuitance skincare is the absolute BEST!!! Sephora's Makeup 4Ever best makeup base/ Lancolm's Dual Finish coming in second, L'Oreal's Lipstick, Dior's Mascara Mally's waterproof eyeliner and a new product my beauty store recommended, Deity America. A natural product that colors one's hair (in black only). You shampoo it in for 15 minutes and voila! lasts about two weeks as it is a rinse and also a hair restoration as well...completely natural.

  • Rebecca
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    Hell would freeze over before I'd spend $90 on a lipstick