8 Beauty Brands That You Probably Haven't Heard Of

8 Beauty Brands That You Probably Haven't Heard Of

but they're worth the research


There are so many beauty brands out there that it's almost impossible to know about all of them. This list contains some of the best unknown beauty brands out there.

1. Halo Beauty

Halo Beauty was started by a beauty guru, Tati, and is focused on skin, hair, and nail care. You can purchase two supplements, the original and kiwi. The original supplement is a hair, skin, and nails booster. The kiwi supplement is a skin-focused booster. Both supplements claim to improve one's appearance and health. The reviews are overwhelmingly positive and the results seem very promising!

2. Sugarpill

Sugarpill is a makeup company best known for it's high-pigmentation. This means that the color in every product is strong and true to description. They have everything from eyeshadows to lipsticks to body glitter. If you want to stand out, this company is for you.

3. Glossier

Glossier is gaining popularity every day. The brand strives for high quality and, though their prices are a little high, their products are getting rave reviews. If you are a natural makeup fan who also has a thing for skincare, this beauty brand is for you. The prices are definitely worth it.

4. Beauty Bakerie

The entire aesthetic of this company is adorable. The brand is cruelty free and the baking theme intertwines throughout every product. Their latest eye product, "Game of Cones," might be my next makeup true love.

5. DOSE of colors

DOSE of Colors sells cruelty free and vegan makeup products. This brand is popular with many beauty gurus and has a reputation for being a reliable go-to. Their latest collaboration is with Disney and looks outstanding!

6. Black Moon

Black Moon cosmetics takes a darker makeup look to the next level. Bold colors and glitter blend together to match the space theme. If Halloween is your favorite holiday, stop by the Black Moon website to find the finishing touches to the perfect spooky look.

7. Kiehl's

Kiehl's is another skin care line. This brand has everything you need to get flawless skin. They also sell hair and body products. While it isn't the most well-known or aesthetic brand, Kiehl's products are trustworthy for keeping your skin happy and healthy.

8. Juvia's Place

One of the beauty gurus that I trust the most is Nikkietutorials. Nikkie's favorite eyeshadow palettes? Juvia's Place. This company boasts some of the most pigmented and colorful eyeshadow palettes out there.

9. KL Polish

Kathleen is a YouTube beauty guru that started her own makeup brand. The company includes multiple lines of nail polish. Having been around for a while now, Kathleen's brand has pretty much any color that you might need. Her latest line is "Winter Reign" and has great colors for the upcoming holiday season!

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If You Own 6 Of These 10 Brands, You Are 100 Percent Basic

How basic are you?


For every brand you own, give yourself a point.

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6. Patagonia

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7. Hunter Rainboots

Hunter Rainboots


9. Nike Shorts (NORTS)

What was your score? Are you truly basic or not? If you are BASIC embrace that, who cares what anyone thinks! If you aren't basic, well then you are clearly embracing your style and thriving! Meanwhile, the rest of us are BASIC as can be and we love it!


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Reports Say Claire's Makeup Has Asbestos Fibers

The store from our childhood is endangering children now.


Tuesday, the FDA released a report detailing what it found in the products it tested from Claire's US. The findings were super alarming.

The FDA tested multiple products from Claire's US and found that several products were contaminated with dangerous Asbestos. If you are unfamiliar with Asbestos, it is linked to cancer and other dangerous health concerns. The products were all beauty related and marketed toward Claire's young market. There was also a product from Justice (another popular store for young girls and children) that tested positive for Asbestos. The issue of unsafe products is not at one store, it is likely across the board.

The problem is the FDA does not have the power to actually force Claire's to remove the products and any other products that are possibly dangerous. The laws have not been updated to provide consumer protection in that area. However, Claire's did decide to remove the products of concern. The bigger issue is makeup and beauty products are not regulated the same as foods are. The FDA has little power over the big makeup companies. The only thing the FDA can really do is place warnings for users. When it comes to food and drugs, the FDA has more power and can even stop production of the unsafe item. But with beauty products, their hands are tied. Products like lipstick are easily ingested and can easily harm the consumer if they are contaminated. Then you have products that are used around sensitive areas such as the eyes if you have ever gotten mascara in your eye you know why it's important for the product to be safe.

The issue of unsafe makeup has even caught the eye of some celebrities, like Kourtney Kardashian. She went before Congress to try to make a change in regulations of makeup production. However, the move for safer production of makeup still has a long ways to go.

It is time we began to push harder for the products we use to be regulated with stronger laws.


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