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18 Products You Should Buy in 2018

I know your New Year’s Resolutions are to lose weight, eat better, save money, etc. But what about a Resolution to look better?? We all need that? Don’t you agree. Here’s some of my favorite, must-have beauty products that can help you do this.

1 – Lancome Definicils Mascara.

I’ve tried a lot of mascaras and I get why this is a favorite. It’s awesome. Definitely not a must if you are obsessed with volume, but it coats easily, looks good, and I love how easily it applies. The tube also lasts a long time.

2 – L’Oreal Brown Liquid Eyeliner

The best brown liquid eyeliner I’ve ever used. The color is great, it lasts longer than the alternatives, and it applies easily.

3 – CND Vinylux Nail Polish

This is still the best at home nail polish I’ve found. It’s hard to find in stores, so buy yours here.

4 – FLEKK Eyeshadow and Brush Sets

My favorite must-have for the new year, because everyone should know how to do their eyeshadow! Plus, it’s the best quality eyeshadow you’ll ever use!

5 – Rimmel Oh My Gloss Lip Tint

If you are not a big lipstick person, you’ll love this super-hydrating, natural alternative to lipgloss, lipstick, and lipbalm. It’s like putting coconut oil on your lips, but it looks so much better because it gives your lips natural color.

6 – Becca’s Flowerchild Blush

A super flattering powder blush without much shimmer. It looks very natural and gives your cheeks a flush of color. It’s a great alternative to cream blush (my usual preference).

7 – Stila’s Kitten Highlighter

There’s no highlighter texture out there like this. It’s amazing and blends easily on the skin. It’s a great way to brighten your face and pop your cheekbones!

8 – Rodial Skin Tint

This product is life changing. I’ve never found something so lightweight and so easy to apply that offers so much coverage. My only wish is that they would come out with more colors.

9 – No7 Bronzer

If you want to get into contouring or simply add shape to your face, you should try the No7 bronzers. They have great colors and are much easier to use than traditional contouring kits.

10 – Bite Lip Pencil

I’m a huge fan of lip liner because it can add extra shape to your lips. The Bite ones are the best ones I’ve found. The packaging isn’t the greatest, but if you can get past that, you’ll love the creamy texture that glides easily on your lips.

11 – Laura Mercier Radiance Primer

Although not a major advocate of priming, I find that this primer is a must for people with dull, dry skin. It provides an instant pick me up and really smoothes the skin. It’s amazing how much better the foundation goes on when you use it.

12 – A Beauty Blender

This tool is a necessity if you are going to wear fuller coverage foundations. Make sure to use it when it’s wet. Also, don’t get a knock off version.

13 – Tinkle Razors

Get them for your face and brows. It’s a wife’s tail that your hair grows back thicker if you shave your face. Shaving will make your skin look smoother and it will help your foundation lay better on your skin.

14 – Stila Brow Pens

My favorite product ever. It’s so easy to add hair like strokes to your brows with this product. Plus, it is waterproof!

15 – Fresh Sugar Lip Balms

If you do love lip balm, then splurge on one of these. They are super nourishing and they look amazing on the lips.

16 – Kat Von D Liquid Lipstick

This is a go-to product for many brides because it’s more smudge resistant that traditional liquid lipsticks. Plus, they have some great color options.

17 – Tweezerman Eyelash Curler

I love these eyelash curlers because you can purchase them based on the shape or your eyes. This makes it easier to curl your eyelashes.

18 – Sleep Styler

Last, but not least these curlers I use are one of my favorite beauty tools. I love how they simplify my morning routine and protect my hair from added heat damage. It takes some practice to get them right, but it is worth it.

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