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We love introducing devotees to new brands and products, especially those that have a strong cult following. In our 'Obsession-Worthy Beauty' picks we take the guesswork out of trying new lines by hand-selecting our favorite products in Skincare, Makeup, Fragrance, Hair Care, Bath + Body, and Men's.
Why are we saluting Hello Sailor this month? Because there is nothing else like it! This complexion-complementing stain enhances the natural blue tones in your lips, creating a completely customized berry hue just for you. Not only does it look fabulous on everyone, it's packed with Vitamin E to keep your lips moisturized and looking healthy.
The sheer blueberry flush neutralizes yellow tones in teeth so they appear whiter. And who doesn’t want a gorgeous smile? We also love that the pigment can be layered to create even deeper, more dramatic shades for different occasions. You can also use this 'naughty cool' stain as a primer for other lipstick favorites in your collection.
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"The blackest black." "The best mascara I have ever used." "I always go back to Ellis Faas Mascara." This is the buzz around the b-glowing office that has deemed this silver tube "obsession-worthy". Packed inside an iconic Ellis Faas "bullet", this mascara offers everything you would ever want for your lashes. Length. Volume. Intensity. The good kind of drama.Read More »
With one product, deemed "facial in a jar", you can reveal smoother, even-toned, and glowing skin without the irritation. We are completely obsessed.Read More »
Makeup and skincare application is a big topic of conversation in the b-glowing office. Some swear by brushes and some by fingers, however once we experienced the beautyblender we quickly became devotees of this egg-shaped sponge. Professional makeup artists all over the world bow to the bouncing beautyblender because its ergonomically-designed shape and unique material gives you a flawless, "airbrushed" finish without soaking-up product or growing bacteria.
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