10 Holy Grail Beauty Products

It’s been awhile since I’ve shared a video… so what better time to do that than the present?

Sarah and I were chatting about doing a collaboration video in person, but with our ever-changing schedules it’s been hard to figure out the perfect time to film together. So instead, we’re collaborating by both sharing  our 10 Holy Grail Beauty Products. I’m sharing some new favorites, as well as some that I’ve mentioned here before.

10 Holy Grail Beauty Products Video / hellorigby seattle fashion and lifestyle blog

Products Mentioned:
1. Skoah Hydradew Mask
2. Lush Herbalism Cleanser
3. Paula’s Choice Resist Oil Booster (Save $10 off your first purchase by using my referral link)
4. Malin & Goetz Mojito Lip Balm
5. Maybelline Age Rewind Dark Circle Eraser
6. MAC Prep & Prime Lip
7. BareMinerals Ready Blush in The Aphrodisiac
8. Urban Decay 24/7 Eyeliner in Zero
9. Urban Decay Naked Basics
10. Benefit Gimme Brow in Light/Medium

Links Mentioned:
My Lush Favorites
What’s in my Makeup Bag

Hope you found some new favorites to try, and don’t forget to check out Sarah’s Holy Grail products too!

Do you have any holy grail products? I’d love to hear about them! :)


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42 thoughts on “10 Holy Grail Beauty Products

    1. Jenn Post author

      Me too! I had read so many blogger reviews (yours was one of them!) and I still wasn’t sure. So glad I finally just bought it!

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    1. Jenn Post author

      Naked Basics is the best! Do you use an eye cream at night? I found it was creasing on me a lot too until I started being more diligent with keeping the undereye area fully moisutrized!

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    1. Jenn Post author

      Oh that’s a tough one! Batiste, Klorane, and Oscar Blandi are the best ones I’ve tried. I think for the price, Batiste is the best value. I like the one in the green/blue container.

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    1. Jenn Post author

      Thanks V! I definitely could never do vlogging over blogging, but it’s fun to mix it up every once in awhile!

      I think a podcast sounds great! I hope you’ll share details about where you’re going and what you’re eating – we’re going to Paris at the end of June! :)

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    1. Jenn Post author

      Lush has some great stuff, but I’m sure Philosophy is fun too – they both have such great scents/flavors to choose from! What have been your favorites from Philosophy?

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        1. Jenn Post author

          Oh I know what you mean, I have a couple of other palettes that are basically brand new since they seem to last forever! I just keep Naked Basics in my makeup bag so all of the others basically go unused. Oops! :)

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  3. Anna

    I read your blog whenever I have a free moment and watched this video around a month ago. The Maybelline dark circle eraser really stuck around in my mind since, you know, I have two young kids and barely sleep. Well, I finally got it today and it’s awesome! Thank you for recommending it!

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    1. Jenn Post author

      Aw, thanks Anna! Yay, I’m so glad! I had several friends recommend it to me before I finally tried it, and I was so glad I finally did. I’m just about out and already replaced it. ;)

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  4. Jason Strong

    My wife had acne really bad when she was a teenager and was able to overcome it with proper skin care. With that being the case, she is always looking for new ways to keep taking care of her skin and the skin of others well. I’m not sure if she has seen this article yet, but I think that she would love to see the products shown here. I’ll have to show this to her when she gets home from work today and see what she thinks.

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