I’m not sure if Amazon’s infinite array of beauty and wellness products is a blessing or a curse, but the site has become one of my all-time favorite stops when I have an expansive shopping list—drugstore finds, premium finds, and everything in between. I mean, in what other universe other than galaxy Amazon can you snap up your beauty supplement routine, seasonal fashion staples, and summer skincare regimen all in one tab? Suffice to say, over the years I’ve developed an Amazon-centric arsenal of beauty items I’m in a completely monogamous relationship with. And, if the brands so blessedly allow it, I plan to use them until the end of time. Does anyone else’s anxiety start to kick in when you start to think about what would happen if your holy-grail beauty staples went away forever? Just me?
Of course, Amazon is available for our shopping needs 24/7, but its annual Prime Day event only rolls around once a year, and—deep breath—it’s finally upon us. Most of the Amazon beauty products I love most in life are taking part in the deals in some way or another, so if you’ve found yourself in need of a product revamp, look no further. Just do yourself a favor by grabbing them today or tomorrow since Prime Day is making its brief appearance from 12 a.m. PDT Monday, June 21 to 11:59 p.m. PDT Tuesday, June 22. Happy shopping!
Mediheal H.D.P Photoready Tightening Charcoal Mask ($10)
Mediheal makes Korea's number one best-selling sheet mask, and they get my vote as well. They have tons of different options but this tightening one is next-level good.
LilyAna Naturals Vitamin C Cream ($16)
LilyAna Naturals is low-key one of Amazon's most cult-loved brands. Shoppers go nuts for the stuff, as do I. (Check out the reviews if you don't believe me!) Personally, I can't get enough of this balancing vitamin C face cream.
CoverGirl Lash Blast Volume Mascara ($6)
I've used this mascara since high school, and after all of these years, I still haven't found anything else that can compare in the affordability and zero-clump volume departments.
Smoky Mountain Naturals DIM Supplement 200mg ($19)
Disclaimer: It's always best to talk to your doctor before trying a new supplement and results will definitely vary from person to person. That said, these DIM supplements were recommended to me by a hormone specialist I was working with and they've had a huge impact on my hormone-induced breakouts. DIM can help curb estrogen dominance by promoting proper metabolism of surplus estrogens while helping to clear hormone-mimicking chemicals and toxins also known as endocrine disruptors. I take one capsule every morning.
Stila Stay All Day Waterproof Liquid Eye Liner ($19)
The best liquid eyeliner of all time, bar none. I don't know how many of these pens I've gone through in my life, but I don't plan on stopping the momentum any time soon.
Embryolisse Lait-Crème Concentré, Face Cream & Makeup Primer New York Edition ($22)
Makeup artists (and me!) compare this rich French-made cream to Augustinus Bader's super-spendy formula. Just sayin'.
Goldfaden MD Doctor's Scrub ($75)
Once you try this facial scrub you'll wonder how you lived without it for so many years. It's the best I've ever tried for an immediate smoothing and brightening effect. Oh, and it will also make your pores look ultra-refined. (Aka practically invisible.)
St. Tropez Self Tan Express Advanced Bronzing Mousse ($44)
St. Tropez is the holy-grail brand for all things self-tanning, so you really can't go wrong as far as which formula you choose. That said, I'm partial to this express mousse which allows me to customize how deep I want to go with my sun-kissed-esque color. Just remember to use a mitt!
Riki Loves Riki Riki Cutie LED Lighted Mirror ($48)
If you're someone like me who takes their lighting and makeup application situation pretty darn seriously, you absolutely need a Riki Loves Riki mirror in your life. How stunning is this rose gold option?
Buy this three-in-one wand, and you'll never need to buy another curling tool again.
StriVectin Tighten & Lift Advanced Lightweight Neck Cream ($67)
I agree with dermatologists and my 73-year-old mom, this stuff is the absolute shit if you're dealing with issues like tech-neck or just the inevitable lines and loss of elasticity that happens as we age.
Physician's Formula The Healthy Foundation with SPF 20 ($10)
I typically have expensive taste when it comes to makeup, especially face makeup, but this $10 foundation from Physician's Formula is literally one of the best I've ever tried. I swear it's better (eep!) than Armani's famed Luminous Silk Foundation.
Grande Cosmetics GrandeLIPS Hydrating Lip Plumper ($19)
This lip plumper delivers injection-level results. And yes, I'm saying that as someone who has gotten injections in the past and knows what they look like!
Frank Body Rose Gold Shimmer Scrub ($16)
Not only do Frank Body's delicious coffee body scrub concoctions smell so good you'll think you've died and gone to heaven, but they also transform the look, feel, and texture of your skin. This rose-gold number, in particular, will be your best companion this summer.
Monday Haircare Volume Shampoo ($14)
I'm newly obsessed with this adorably packaged haircare brand. In fact, the results have been so good I think my infatuation will have legs for life.
Monday Haircare Volume Conditioner ($14)
The volume-enhancing shampoo works well on its own but I highly recommend snapping up the conditioner, too, for peak results.
This has become my go-to pinky nude. I buy five bottles at a time because I'm so scared it will be discontinued at some point.
Haus Laboratories By Lady Gaga Glam Attack Liquid Eye Shadow in Aphrodite ($8)
I've been smitten with these shimmering liquid eye shadows since they first launched a couple of years ago. Leave it to Gaga to create the most mesmerizing makeup products. I want every color, but Aphrodite has become my signature.
Nooni Appletea Lip Oil ($9)
Don't be deceived by the green color—this lush little lip oil applies completely clear. It boasts the shine of a gloss but the non-sticky, hydration perks of a stellar lip treatment. Plus, it smells dreamy.
Lorac Unzipped Eye Shadow Palette ($28)
Speaking of eye shadow, I've had this palette since college and it's still the only one I use religiously to this day, which is rare for palettes!
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