3 Beauty Products To Swipe Up Before They Sell Out
Beauty vlogger Jaclyn Hill collaborated with Becca cosmetics to bring us a shimmering skin highlighter that helps to achieve that perfect glow. This highlighter is infused with luminescent pearls that reflect light to enhance your natural radiance. What makes this highlighter so different is that the pigment pearls adjust to your skin's natural undertones, so it works on both light and dark skin.
This product when viral on social media, and guess what peeps, the buzz is real! We tried this product and are totally obsessed with its contour AND illuminating ability. The amount of compliments we received from friends asking how we achieved the perfect, dewy complexion was countless. Not only is this highlighter great to wear for special occassions, it can spruce up any work or weekend look.
This limited-edition highlighter has a cult following and is nearly sold out everywhere. It quickly rose to Sephora's number-one selling product, with popular hashtags like #FindingChampagnePop, because this is nearly sold out everywhere. Head to Sephora.com before it's gone!
P.S. Good news gals! Because this product is SO popular, news just broke it will become part of BECCA's permanent collection. We're so excited this product is here to stay!
Hailing from Europe, Paint Can Nails by Nails Inc is the latest innovation in manicure technology and we predict to be one of the hottest products of the year. All you do is spray paint the polish onto your nails, let it dry and wash your hands. This high-tech nail art has been making major waves in the UK and has us begging for a release in the states. Luckily, the cans launch in the US March/April 2016 and will surely shake up the future of nail art. Be warned, there's already a waiting list.
3) Static Nails
Say hello to your new beauty staple, Static Nails, a reusable manicure! Static Nails are reusable, shapable, non-damaging, durable and stylish nails that come in a variety of colors and cool prints. They've already been used at top designer runway shows at fashion week, and we like that they make nail art less time consuming and more approachable. Pretty impressive that a college student launched this brand!
Posted by Emma