There's a popular hashtag on social media that has thousands, if not millions, of followers and that's #tiktokmademebuyit. It's a way of keeping up with trends and all sorts of products that people may find interesting. Many beauty brands have benefitted from the TikTok influence including CeraVe and The Ordinary. You may have also noticed that the Maybelline Sky High Mascara has been so buzzy in beauty circles and that's another TikTok discovery. Here's a new batch of viral beauty products that's circulating on TikTok and will fall under the #tiktokmademebuyit category.
Ariana Grande is a Generation Z icon, and you can expect that the TikTok crowd won't let her perfume go unnoticed. InStyle shares that the combination of bergamot, blond woods, vanilla, orchid, and pear is warm and fresh and makes this one a standout among other celebrity fragrances. Plus, the bottle is really cute and the perfume smells luxe yet comes with an affordable price tag.
Bio-Oil has been around for a long time and loyal users claim that it makes scars and stretch marks disappear. When TikTok influencer @simplybeautyhacks declared that "This oil is magic," Bio-Oil's popularity skyrocketed and it flew of drugstore shelves. This comes highly recommended for dry skin, too.
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If you're a fan of the cult favorite Tarte Shape Tape concealer, TikTok beauty influencers claim that the more affordable e.l.f. 16HR Camo Concealer is its dupe. It comes in 25 shades and even beauty editors use it for contouring or as a foundation.
Seventeen reports that this e.l.f. putty primer has a loyal fan base on TikTok and is again a dupe for another more expensive product, the Tatcha Silk Canvas Primer. For less than $10, you can expect a smooth and poreless base for your makeup.
The cat eye was big in 2020 and remains on trend until now. While it takes time to perfect the classic flick, L'Oréal Paris has made it easy with the Flash Cat Eye Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner. InStyle likes the fine felt tip that allows you to easily draw the classic cat eye and it includes a stencil that you can trace so you don't have to go freehand. Check out TitTok user and makeup artist Krisyln Askew's viral tutorial to see how easy it is to use.
Gel eye patches have been trending since last year since they are look fun on camera. Mary Kay's are a cute bubblegum pink and offer great hydration for the undereye area. You can keep them in the fridge to cool the gel patches for a more soothing experience. Aside from targeting crow's feet, they're also good for forehead lines and the laugh lines that can form around the mouth.
Follow #tiktokmademebuyit on social media to stay updated on new products and recommendations from the biggest beauty and skincare influencers.
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