37 Best of Amazon’s Beauty Section

I can't remember the last time I bought my beauty supplies at the drug store. Not only is the selection lacking, but I've wound up with some real stinkers — like liquid eyeliner that was more comparable to an oil slick. So after hundreds of dollars in wasted purchases, I've finally come to one conclusion : just stick to the best beauty productsyou can find on Amazon.

Why Amazon? I mean, have you seen how big of a selection they have? You can find lotions infused with hemp, scrubs formulated with mango, and even fake eyelashes that don't require any glue. That's right — they easily stick onto your face using magnets. I'm not gonna say they changed my life, but hoo-boy do I look great on date nights.

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So what are you waiting for? The best beauty products on Amazon aren't going to wait — because those magnetic eyelashes are in here. I think I can even hear them calling your name!

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A Moisturizing Cream That's Unscented

Believe it or not I don't always want to smell like a flower garden, which is why I use this unscented lotion. It was developed with help from dermatologists, and I prefer it to drug store brands because it keeps my skin feeling soft for a whole day — not just a few hours. And since it's non-comedogenic, it won't clog your pores.

This Vitamin C Serum That Helps Brighten Your Complexion

Not only is vitamin C great for helping brighten your complexion, but this serum also contains hyaluronic acid to help reduce inflammation. Whenever I have puffy under-eyes, I just give them a few dabs — after a few hours my eyes look like I got 10 hours of sleep instead of two.

These Fake Eyelashes That Are Easy To Apply

When I first began wearing fake eyelashes, I started out with a set of magnetic ones like these. Why magnetic? For one, dealing with messy glue isn't fun. Two, these lashes are almost too easy to apply — just apply the magnetic eyeliner to your lids, and the magnets on the lashes will effortlessly snap onto it.

Extend The Life Of Your Lashes With This Lash Shampoo

When your eyes are full of shadow, liner, and even glue, you'll be happy you had this lash shampoo on hand. The oil-free formula doesn't make my skin break out, and you can even use it to scrub your lashes clean so that they last longer. Each order even comes with a cleaning brush — what's not to love?

This Eye Gel That I Like To Use On Acne

Hear me out — since this gel contains hyaluronic acid, it helps reduce inflammation in your face. But that also means it's great for shrinking the appearance of inflamed blemishes after you've popped them. And because the jojoba oil in the formula keeps your skin moist, you won't have to worry about any flaky spots developing like you would with other cleansers.

A Sweet Almond Oil That's Safe For All Types Of Skin

Derived naturally from real pressed almonds, this oil is incredibly versatile — put it in your hair to add a nourishing dose of hydration, or even rub it on any dry patches of skin. Personally, I rub it all over since I know the lightweight formula won't clog my pores, and it's even unscented so you don't have to worry about using too much.

This Setting Powder That Prevents Ashy Flashback

We've all seen those photos of celebrities who have random patches of white all over their face — it's because they used a cruddy setting powder. This powder, on the other hand, not only prevents ashy flashback, but it also helps control your skin's oil production to prevent shine. For reference: As a relatively tan person, buttercup light suits my skin tone.

A Mascara For Your Eyebrows

My eyebrows are kind of light, so I just color them in with this brow mascara instead of paying to get them professionally treated. For less than $7 this little tube adds depth to your brows without making them hard or crusty, and you've got options when it comes to colors — brunette, black, blonde, and more.

These Sheet Masks That Are Fun And Mess-Free

I am literally wearing one of these sheet masks (green tea if you're wondering) as I sit here typing this. I keep the whole pack in my fridge, then use them on hot mornings as a refreshing way to cool down while softening my skin. And because each order comes with 16 different varieties (cucumber, pearl, aloe, and more), you'll never get bored of trying them all out.

A Scrub Made With 100% Pure Shea Butter

Do you ever look at your skin and think to yourself "Man, I could use a scrub?" Then grab this one. I like that it's formulated with 100% natural shea butter as well as mango puree — and it just smells good too. It also contains zero parabens, and each tub is made right here in the United States.

This Mud Mask That Reaches Deep Into Pores

Whenever my face is still feeling a little greasy after cleansing, I slap on this mud mask. It's made with 100% bentonite clay that absorbs oil without over-drying my skin, and you only need to wear it for about 10 minutes — though I like to go for 20, just to make sure I reap the full benefits.

This Skin Scrubber That Gets The Gunk Outta Your Pores

By producing high-frequency vibrations that shake the gunk in your pores loose, this scrubber complements any skincare routine. I like to use mine once a week — just to make sure my pores are extra-clean. The battery is rechargeable, and there are four modes to choose from depending on how sensitive your skin is.

This Blackhead Mask That Peels Away Impurities

There's just something fun about painting my face with this blackhead mask — maybe it's the free silicone brush I get to use, or maybe it's the feeling of detoxifying charcoal reach deep into my pores. Each order also comes with a set of blackhead removal tools, and the mask itself is safe for all types of skin.

A Hot Air Brush That Adds Volume To Limp Roots

Whenever my roots are looking a little flat, I use this hot air brush to add some volume. Just curl your roots into the barrel, then wait a few seconds as hot air flows through your strands. There are three heat settings to choose from depending on how thick your hair is, and the cool shot button lets me lock in that volume so my mane doesn't fall flat again.

Trim Your Mane With This Hair Clipper

The back of my head is shaved because my hair is just too thick to deal with. When quarantine hit, these clippers were my first purchase. They're completely cordless so it's easy to maneuver around my head, and the battery lasts — I've already used it dozens of times and I've still yet to charge it. Each blade guide is also marked with numbers, so if you know that you usually get a two or a three, you can easily choose the same here.

This Texturizing Taffy That Adds Texture To Thin Hair

Just put a small amount of this texturizing taffy in your palms, rub them together, then run them through your hair — it'll help create separation and texture without weighing your strands down. You can use it on wet or dry hair (though I prefer using it wet), and many reviewers with fine hair wrote about how it "works great."

These Makeup Remover Pads That Are Reusable

If you aren't wiping off your foundation before bed, trust me — you need to start doing it. These makeup remover pads are not only reusable, but they're also made from soft microfiber that latches onto dirt and grime using just water. Or, if you don't wear makeup, you can also use them to apply toner and serums.

I Bleached My Hair And It Turned Out Alright Because Of This Purple Hair Mask

You know how they say you should never bleach your hair at home? They are correct — but if you do it anyway like I did, make sure to have this purple hair mask on hand. The purple pigments cancel out the brassy yellows that develop from lightening your hair, and it's completely sulfate- as well as paraben-free.

Cut Your Bangs With This Guide Clip

You don't have to walk around like cousin IT when the salon is closed — just trim your bangs with this guide clip. You can also use it to trim your ends, and it's almost too easy to use: just clip, side, then cut your strands. The built-in level ensures that your hair is trimmed evenly, and each order comes with two.

This Hydrating Spray That Prevents Frizz In Humid Weather

Trust me — you won't find this dream coat spray in stores, so you might as well buy it now while you're here. Not only does it keep my hair from turning into a poofy mess when it's humid outside, but it also doubles as a heat protectant against curling and flat irons. Unlike other sprays, this frizz-taming effects of this one last for up to three shampoos, making it more than worth its price.

A Pair Of Scalp Massagers You Can use With Shampoo

Sometimes the simplest gadgets are the best — like these scalp massagers. You can use them in the shower to rub shampoo into your scalp for an extra-deep clean, or even just lay around on the couch and rub your head with them (my preferred method.) They're safe for all types of hair, and the bristles are made from soft, exfoliating silicone.

This Finishing Stick To Tame Down Flyaways

You know those annoying strands of hair that aren't long enough to reach into your ponytail? This finishing stick tames them down so that your hair looks neat — not wild. The plant-based formula even helps moisturize my hair without leaving it feeling greasy, and it's suitable to use on all hair colors.

A Hot Waver For Beachy Waves

You don't need to spend the day at the beach to get tousled hair — just use this hot waver. The tourmaline ceramic plates help reduce damage to your strands, and they even help tame any frizz so that my hair looks shiny instead of poofy. I'm even able to use it while traveling since it features dual voltage — what's not to love?

This Toner That's Completely ALcohol-Free

Using a toner on your skin after you cleanse helps close your pores up to keep them clean, and this one is completely alcohol-free. It also helps balance my skin's pH level, and the added rosewater gives it a lightweight fragrance that isn't overpowering to my nose.

This Hair Brush Made With 100% Boar Bristles

It might not look like much, but the 100% boar hair bristles on this brush truly make a difference in taming the frizz in my hair. Unlike regular plastic bristles, these ones help distribute your scalp's natural oils down your strands, which in turn helps reduce flyaways. Each order also comes with a classy wooden comb, as well as a headband.

A Gel Manicure Kit That Comes With A UV Lamp

At the start of quarantine, I figured I wouldn't miss having my nails done. But after a few months, using this gel manicure set was the only thing making me feel like I wasn't turning into a dungeon troll. Not only does it come with a curing lamp and nail trimming tools, but you also get six different pastel nail polish colors.

Speaking Of Gel Manicures, Grab This Polish Remover That Works On Gels

If you start doing your own gels like I do, you're going to need a 100% pure acetone polish remover like this one, as regular nail polish remover won't remove gel. And because it's so strong, you can also use it to get rid of acrylic nails, glitter polish, as well as nail glue.

This Primer That Controls Oily Pores

When my pores are creating too much oil for my makeup to look good, I use this primer before I apply even a drop of foundation. It helps control your skin's oil production, and it's infused with pearl pigments that add dimension underneath your makeup.

This Hair Dye That's Cruelty-Free And Vibrant

Whenever I feel like spicing up my hair, Arctic Fox is my go-to brand. The formula is vegan as well as cruelty-free, and the colors are incredibly vibrant — plus, it just smells good. I like to use purple on my dark brown hair, but the pinks and greens also look great on blondes.

A Detangling Hair Brush For Curly Hair

When even the softest brushes are tugging at knots in my hair, I switch over to this detangling brush. It works by separating the strands stuck in knots so that they melt away painlessly, and the ergonomic handle fits comfortably in both hands. One reviewer even raved that "If you have natural hair and have dreaded wash day for too long, get this brush. You will love it."

These Hair Towels Made From Absorbent Microfiber

Here's your fun fact of the day: microfiber absorbs more water than cotton, yet creates less friction on your hair — which means these microfiber hair towels are great for reducing frizz. They're lightweight, soft, and you've got options when it comes to colors: gray, pink, purple, and more.

This Dry Brush For Exfoliating All Over Your Body

My knees lean towards the dry, flaky side, and nothing gets them looking better than hitting them with this exfoliating dry brush — followed by lotion, of course. The extra-long handle makes it easy to reach spots all over my body, and the tough bristles can even help stimulate blood flow so that your skin is left glowing.

A Serum That Helps Thicken Your Mane

If your hair is limp and lacking body, you can't go wrong with this thickening serum. A little goes a long way, and it doubles as a leave-in conditioner if you let your hair air dry. If you choose to use a hair dryer, however, you can get up to three times more volume — and my hair even comes out oh-so soft at the end.

A Lotion Formulated With Natural Hemp Seed

Whenever my skin is flaking, this hemp seed lotion smells absolutely irresistible while also being completely vegan. Vitamins A and E in the formula help protect my skin against free radicals, plus there's even shea butter so that your skin is left feeling ultra-soft.

This Vibrating Wand Kit That Can Help You Get Rid Of Acne

Not only do the vibrations produced by these wands stimulate blood flow to brighten your complexion, but they're also able to reduce the time it takes for blemishes to heal by up to 90%. One reviewer put it best — "It’s so easy so to use and my skin is showing immediate results-clear, even toned, etc. I’ve even cut back on my make up use because my skin looks that good!! I can’t believe I was spending $20 a visit at the spa for high frequency when I can do it at home any time I want or need."

Coffee Stains Are No Match For These Whitening Pens For Your Teeth

Having your teeth professionally whitening by a dentist can cost hundreds of dollars — but these bleach pens are only $20. They're regularly able to get rid of coffee, tea, and wine stains from my teeth, plus they're gentle enough for daily use. I like to use them for spot-touchups, but you only need to use them twice a day to see quick results.

These Patches For Emergency Blemishes

Ever get a random zit throughout the day? Just slap one of these patches on to stop it right in its tracks. They feature a hydrocolloid dressing to draw impurities out of your blemishes, and the translucent finish helps them blend into most skin tones. Each order comes with 36.