World’s Most Popular Beauty Products

The World’s Top Ten Most Popular Beauty Products
(Photo : maccosmetics/Instagram) MAC's Velvet Teddy, as seen on model, is the number one lipstick in the world.

The best beauty products need no introduction around the world. You can go visit any beauty counter in the world, even in a place where you don't speak the native language, hold up a tube of MAC lipstick and you'll find a fellow beauty junkie who can share your enthusiasm for the classic Russian Red with a big grin. Harper's Bazaar turned to Lookfantastic to find out the top ten most-search beauty products in the world last year. Check out the list of the world's top ten most popular beauty products and see what you have in common with fellow beauty enthusiasts around the world.

MAC Lipstick in Velvet Teddy

 If you're searching for the perfect nude lipstick. MAC's Velvet Teddy is a universally flattering shade that is popular in 46 countries including Australia, China, and the UK. Velvet Teddy had 266,000 searches globally and a couple other nude MAC shades, Twig and Mehr, both had over 145,000 searches. Marie Claire reports that the shade Ruby Woo is a bestseller in Turkey.

Benefit They're Real Lengthening Mascara

Benefit is known for their stains and mascaras. It topped mascara searches in 21 countries and is very popular for lengthening and lifting lashes without clumping and smudging. Mascara is a big factor while everyone's still wearing masks. If you want to try a new one, look no further than this.

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Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade

The number three spot goes to social media darling, Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade. This brow pomade, which is applied with a brush for darker and defined brows reigns supreme in 20 countries around the globe.

Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder

This translucent powder by Laura Mercier has always been popular among makeup artists for setting makeup without looking too heavy. The brand broadened its appeal by launching a Honey shade last year which greatly pleased those with deeper skin tones.

Mac Lip Pencil in Cork

MAC is truly a celebrated brand worldwide for their lip products. This lip liner defines the lips beautifully and Cork also works are a nude lip for those with dark skin tones. Brown lipstick is also trending for 2021 and should you hop on that trend, this will serve as a great lip liner for all your brown lip products.

Maybelline Hyper Precise All Day Liner in Matte Black

Cat eyes have been on trend since last year and it's still all about the eyes this year with constant mask-wearing. If you're still struggling with creating precise lines with liquid eyeliner, you can practice with this drugstore favorite without breaking the bank.

Estée Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Makeup

It probably helped that this full coverage foundation is available in 54 inclusive shades. For those days when you're looking blotchy or spotty, try this long-wearing foundation for those up-close Zoom meetings.

Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette

Urban Decays Naked palettes were a sensation then and they still are now with multiple reincarnations.  Naked 3 is a step away from the original neutral palette with a more universally flattering color family of light and deep pinks.

Mac Mineralize Skinfinish Highlighter

The third MAC product on the list, this highlighter gives you a subtle glow without those specks of glitter that other highlighters have. It comes in five warm and cool shades so people with different skin tones can find one that will highlight their features naturally.

Too Faced Lip Injection Extreme Lip Gloss

Rounding out the list of the world's top ten most popular beauty products is the Too Faced Lip Injection Extreme Lip Gloss. In a world where lip fillers are becoming the norm, go natural with this non-sticky plumping gloss.

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