The Best Beauty Products You Can Score at Anthropologie
Anthropologie has long been our go-to for everything from floaty, bohemian dresses to quaint kitchen knickknacks that make us feel like we're in an Instagram fever dream. But it wasn’t until recently that we discovered it has a pretty clutch beauty section, too, with under-the-radar labels and tons of ethically driven brands. Here, 11 of our favorite products, from lipsticks to hair masks.
French Girl Organics Facial Oil Elixir
Chic, minimalist packaging aside, this face oil (which you can use in place of a moisturizer) contains ingredients like sea buckthorn oil, frankincense powder and pomegranate tincture to gently repair dry, dull or damaged skin.
French Girl Organics ($44)
Sunday Riley Good Genes All-in-One Lactic Acid Treatment
This powerful treatment can be used as a ten-minute mask, a daily serum or an overnight treatment, and works to improve circulation and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. One or two pumps is enough, so while you are spending a pretty penny, know that Good Genes will last a (very) long time.
Sunday Riley ($105)
Kocostar Split End Therapy
You’ve probably tried sheet masks on your face, but have you tried them on your hair? This hydrating, 15-minute treatment makes your hair instantly shinier and softer—no matter how long it’s been since your last trim.
Slip Silk Pillowcase
OK, stay with us. Almost $80 is a lot to spend on a single pillowcase. But this model from Slip is worth it. It's made of pure silk and works to prevent wrinkles and creases in your hair. For a similar effect (minus the hair) at a lower cost, try the excellent sleep mask.
Mario Badescu Drying Lotion
This millennial-pink product is exactly what you need if you ever wake up with pesky blemishes. Just a small amount dries up random zits in no time. If you deal with occasional acne, this should be something you order over and over.
Mario Badescu ($17)
Eyeko Black Magic Mascara
This intense, pitch-black mascara is perfect for creating a dramatic look in just a few coats. It’s also close to magic in its ability to stay put all day long. (You will need a pretty good makeup remover.)
Ilia Tinted Lip Conditioner
This is no ordinary lipstick. It’s a lip conditioner, which means it's hydrating and prevents dryness, but it's also tinted, so it adds color (like a gorgeous coral called Shell Shock) while making your lips feel extra soft. A total win-win.
Indie Lee Calendula Eye Balm
Calendula is a calming oil that soothes irritation. Combined here with mango-seed butter, lavender oil and beeswax, this balm diminishes the appearance of under-eye circles while working to increase elasticity.
Indie Lee ($42)
Kalastyle Swedish Dream Soap
Total package alert. This organic, eco-friendly soap is exfoliating (it contains sea salt) and deep-cleaning while still feeling gentle and hydrating on the skin. Plus, everything about it is cute enough to put on display in your bathroom.
RMS Beauty Un Powder
We’re big fans of RMS Beauty, and this super-fine powder is no exception. Made of organic ingredients (sensing a theme here at Anthro?), it provides light coverage that makes your skin look flawless without feeling like you’re wearing a ton of product.
RMS Beauty ($34)
Captain Blankenship Mermaid Dry Shampoo
No one will know it’s been three days since you washed your hair with this rose-scented blend that absorbs oil and perks up strands that have seen better days. On top of all that, Captain Blankenship is a super-cool, female-run company that uses only organic and wild-harvested ingredients.
Captain Blankenship ($24)