Clean Beauty That Actually Looks Good

I’m skeptical of a lot of things in life, one of those being “clean” beauty. In my experience, being a clean beauty product means it probably looks terrible when actually applied.

Since the beauty world has realized the importance of being clean, much chicer, cooler, and more well-made products have hit the commercialized shelves, and let me tell you, they’re much different than that bottle of natural tinted moisturizer I bought from Whole Foods in 10th grade – they’re actually good. Major retailers like Sephora have started an entire clean section on their site and in their stores, making it easier to shop the newest and best in the clean beauty realm.

Scroll on for some of the best clean products that will actually get the job done.

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Ilia has an amazing range of products like this simple yet gorgeous everyday eye palette.

This Lilah B. foundation has rave reviews for its full coverage, nutrient-rich formula.

I saw Lawless at the Sephora counter this weekend, and had to check it out. Although the product range is not incredibly extensive, the ones they have are high-quality and look amazing on the skin.

KThis beautiful highlighter is just one of the many products Kosas offers. It comes in a creme or powder formula, and has the chicest packaging. Who said clean has to be boring?

We all know that Josie Maran has been around for some time, but her beauty products have definitely flew under the radar with me! This Argan Oil Mascara is the cleanest thing your lashes need now.

This Antonym Cosmetics baked blush is the prettiest one that I found on Bloomingdale’s online shop called Wellchemist where you can find clean beauty galore!

I thought Lash Food only had products for lashes, but their line has some amazing clean products for your brows too, like this flake-proof brow gel!

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Also check out Our Favorite Beauty Dupes For Less and Clean Beauty Products For Anti-Aging for more beauty ideas.

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Author: Evalyn Duke