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Last September, I went to the Glossier Tour pop-up event at South Congress! Since then, I’ve gotten back into Glossier products, because they’re cute and relatively affordable compared to similar beauty brands. The millennial pink skincare and makeup brand has been changing the game since 2014, so in honor of their 10th anniversary coming up, I’d like to share my top five favorite Glossier products!
- Balm Dotcom ($14)
The first product I ever tried from Glossier was the Balm Dotcom and as the name suggests, it really is the bomb dotcom. This moisturizing, vegan salve can be used as a lip balm or to help soothe dry patches. Glossier makes several different scents, each with a unique tint. My fave is the Wild Fig Balm Dotcom ($14) because it’s a super flattering coral color and smells amazing.
- Cloud Paint ($20)
Even if you’re not a Glossier fan, I bet you’ve heard of their cult-favorite Cloud Paint cream blush. The blush has a gel-like texture that makes it easy to blend and looks effortless on the skin. My favorite shade is Puff, a cute light pink color.
- You Rollerball Perfume ($28)
Glossier’s You perfume is hands down the most unique fragrance I’ve ever tried. It’s made to enhance your natural scent, which I find is very in line with the brand’s philosophy of using skincare and makeup to enhance natural beauty. I like the rollerball version, but they also make a traditional spray version.
- Ultralip ($18)
If you like the look of lipstick but not the feeling, Ultralip is the product for you! As described on Glossier’s website as “the cashmere sweatpants of lipstick”, Ultralip is a comfy yet cute way to get some color on your lips. I’m a big fan of the dusty rose-colored shade Villa.
- Boy Brow ($18)
Most brow gels I’ve tried have a jelly texture that can be difficult to work with sometimes. However, Glossier’s Boy Brow has a waxy, pomade-like texture that is a perfect way to achieve the soap brow look. I like the clear version so I can fill in the sparse parts of my brows and layer it on top.