ASOS—the fast-fashion empire with a cult following and outfit inspiration for days—now has a growing beauty section for us to obsess over. Much like their extensive fashion offerings, ASOS Beauty boasts a wide range (think makeup, skincare, hair care and tools) that caters to the cool girl who likes to stay ahead of trends. Here, 10 beauty essentials to snag from the mega retailer, stat.
Get your glow on the simple way with this luminous chubby stick. The packaging allows for an easy, mess-free application.
If you're not down with the sudden bright blush movement but still want a rosy flush, then consider this unconventional option. Rather than applying a powder or cream blush, simply blot these pigmented papers across your cheeks.
Hydrate and smooth your skin without a heavy moisturizer. This lightweight face oil contains omega-3s, which help restructure the skin's surface and promote elasticity.
Prep and prime your face with this silicone-based option. Silicone has the ability to diminish the appearance of pores to provide an airbrushed-like finish.
Need a little extra kick when it comes to teeth whitening? Try this polish that contains activated charcoal. The formula helps remove stains and discoloration from teeth without any irritation to your mouth. It can also be used as a daily toothpaste.
The prep step before applying mascara is just as important as what follows. Prime and coat your lashes with an invisible top coat to add extra length.
This mascara promises thicker, more voluminous lashes, and it gets the job done. The roundness of the wand and thickness of the bristles can add volume for days.
Pucker up with a whipped lip color. The unique formula isn't drying and isn't glossy, and lies comfortably on lips.
Make contouring easy with this flat-edged brush that can help perfectly chisel your cheekbones. A little bit of bronzer will go a long way with this one.
If you're not a fan of pressed powder or liquid formulas, opt for a loose powder instead. The pigment is just enough to add a sun-kissed glow, and it's not overbearing.