Can you guys believe it’s already July? It seems as though the year is just flying by right before our very eyes, and we’re already prepping for Fourth of July. As we head into the holiday, I thought it’d be fun to highlight some of my favorite beauty brands that are made right here in the US. From color cosmetics to skincare, there are so many amazing beauty brands coming to life right here at home. Keep on reading to learn why I’m such a fan and shop some of my favorite products from each!
The Original Beautyblender: $20
I’ve talked about Beautyblender plenty of times, and I’ve used the sponges in a lot of my YouTube tutorials. I love the way they seamlessly blend out my foundation and concealer without a single crease in sight, making it easier to apply the rest of my makeup. They’re so easy to use, simple to wash and affordable.
Special Cleansing Gel: $38
I’ve partnered with Dermalogica in the past because I genuinely love the products. All Dermalogica products are made in Southern California and sold in 80 countries across the world. According to the brand, it’s the number one choice of skin care professionals worldwide.
Jet Lag Mask: $48
Yes, Summer Fridays is made right here in the US. The clean beauty brand is both formulated and produced in Utah with a high-quality process. The Jet Lag Mask is available online at Sephora, summerfridays.com, and is waitlisted at Cult Beauty.
Balm Dot Com: $12
As one of my favorite minimalistic beauty brands, Glossier always has the essentials. From brow products to concealer and moisturizers, they’ve got you covered. The brand just expanded in retail with its first LA location and is one of the biggest brands online.
Volumizing Lip & Cheek Tint: $39
Tata Harper built her brand directly from her farm in Vermont. The green packaged products are recognizable anywhere you go, and they’re full of 100% natural, non-toxic ingredients. Tata also makes it a point to include aromatherapy products in her line.
Rose Hair & Body Oil: $30
You guys know that I’m a huge fan of Ouai products, but did you know that they’re all made here? Jen Atkin’s cult-favorite brand is formulated and processed in the US. As for what’s next for Ouai, the brand just announced that pet shampoo is on the way.
Purity Made Simple Cleanser: $24
Philosophy products are a savior for anyone with sensitive skin like mine. The formulas are gentle, get the job done, and it doesn’t hurt that the line comes in super cute packaging.
Smith & Cult
Nailed Laquer: $18
Having a pretty nail color on my hands is always a must, and Smith & Cult always gets it right when it comes to shades. From pretty pastels to soft metallics, everyone can find a polish that works with their own taste. Smith & Cult also expanded into makeup with lipglosses, eyeliner, and more.