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The 23 Best Beauty Products of 2024, According to Vogue’s Beauty Team

Source of Origin: VOGUE

BY KIANA MURDEN

Sometimes I feel bad asking my colleagues to name the best beauty products. Choosing one can often feel like picking a favorite child: impossible and largely unfair, but I like to think of it as a worthwhile exercise.

With springtime approaching, we’re reflecting on the beauty products that got us through the dead of winter. From nostalgic makeup products that blew up on TikTok and sustainable skincare innovations that reshaped our routines to buzzy launches, 2024 so far has been a playground for our beauty editors to rediscover old formulas—and fall in love with new ones.

Our Top Picks

For starters, senior beauty editor Margaux Anbouba seemingly can’t get enough of Prada Beauty’s just-debuted foundation. European beauty and wellness director Jess Diner says she’s “seriously impressed” with the firming, plumping benefits of a Dermalogica serum. A trial run of Kiss’s false lashes garnered commerce writer Tracy Achonwa a bevy of compliments during fashion week. Then there’s beauty editor-at-large Arden Fanning Andrews, who has been relying on a BareMinerals powder to create soft-focus skin. Me, on the other hand, I’m finally ready to ditch my lip gloss obsession in favor of Merit’s grown-up lipstick.

Below, all these and more beauty finds (both new or old!) that have been truly game-changing for our Vogue beauty editors here in New York and in London. From high-tech gadgets to newfound signatures, read on to discover our picks.

Merit Signature Lip

MERIT

Signature Lip

$26

I’ll admit that, when I first heard of Merit’s new lipstick, I was not immediately intrigued. I am a gloss girl through and through, so why should I be interested in a matte lip? But, when I saw makeup artist Yumi Lee paint model’s pouts backstage at Diotima’s latest show, I was impressed with how comfortable it looked. Not dry, patchy, or stiff like the matte lips I’d become accustomed too. Armed with samples of each shade, I took it for a go. I am shocked at how weightless this feels on, how modern the shades look, and how nourished my lips remain even after all-night wear. Merit, you’ve converted me! —Kiana Murden, beauty shopping writer

Adwoa Beauty Melonberry Spray Leave In Conditioner

ADWOA BEAUTY

Melonberry Hair Milk Leave-In Conditioner

$24

Under my extensions, I’m all about protecting the length and strength of my natural coils. Adwoa Beauty’s milky spray is like an essence for scalp and strands, silky, nourishing, and easily spritzed on cornrows between wefts. What’s more, its blend of berry seed oils smells leaves your hair smelling incredible, and when you take down your braids, you’ll find super soft and detangled tresses. —Tracy Achonwa, commerce beauty and wellness writer

L’Oreal Paris Volume Million Lashes Panorama Mascara

Voluminous Panorama Mascara

$16

L’Oreal’s latest mascara launch has one of those brushes that delivers well-defined eyelashes but allows you to load up on the formula, if you prefer your mascara on the chunkier front—like me! —Lauren Murdoch-Smith, senior beauty and wellness editor

Hair by Sam McKnight Love Me Do Nourishing Shine Oil

HAIR BY SAM MCKNIGHT

Love Me Do Nourishing Oil

$38

A featherlight dry hair oil, this new formula from hairstylist Sam McKnight ticks all my boxes. It’s not just the happy-making packaging I love, it’s also brilliant at taming flyaways, reducing frizz, and lending a subtle healthy shine on mid-lengths and ends. With argan, sunflower, and camellia seed oil, it also smells delicious. —Hannah Coates, beauty and wellness editor