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Keys Soulcare Obsidian Facial Roller, $25,
Rare Beauty Lip Souffle Matte Cream Lipstick, $20,
Fenty Beauty Gloss Bomb Universal Lip Luminizer, $19,
Haus Laboratories Glam Room Palette No. 1: Fame, $24,
Honest Beauty Gloss-C Lip Gloss, $15,
Have you ever wanted Alicia Keys’ glowing complexion? Tracee Ellis Ross’s fabulous curls? Selena Gomez’s signature red lips? They can all be yours, thanks to their beauty lines.
Celebrities are putting their red carpet secrets and best beauty tips into their very own brands, finally making them accessible to all. With the best makeup artists, hair stylists, dermatologists and aestheticians tending to them, it makes sense that A-listers have picked up plenty of beauty know-how and wisdom of their own.
While some stars have been in the beauty business for a while now — we’re looking at you, Drew Barrymore — there have been many newcomers to the space recently, making it feel like practically every celeb has their own makeup, skin or hair brand.
To help you narrow things down, we’ve rounded up the best celebrity beauty lines.
8 of the best celebrity beauty lines
Keys Soulcare (Alicia Keys)
This Grammy winner created a beauty line in partnership with e.l.f. that is more than skin deep. Keys Soulcare blends beauty with self-care, and embodies Keys’ mission to share positivity.
The brand just launched with a sage and oat milk candle, skin cream and a facial roller; a full collection is coming this year.
Rare Beauty (Selena Gomez)
Rare Beauty is dedicated to acceptance and self-love, and 1% of all sales will be donated to the Rare Impact Fund, which provides mental health services to underserved communities.
The brand’s foundation and concealer come in 48 shades, and you can sport Gomez’s signature bold lips with the Lip Souffle Matte Cream Lipstick in Inspire.
Fenty Beauty (Rihanna)
When Fenty Beauty launched, it had one of the most extensive shade ranges — and now, their Pro Filt’r Soft Matte Longwear Foundation has 50 colors.
The brand also has quite the fan following for its skin-loving ingredients, like in the Gloss Bomb Universal Lip Luminizer.
Pattern (Tracee Ellis Ross)
Even Tracee Ellis Ross struggled to love her curls. She didn’t see many women who wore their natural hair, so it took her years to learn how to nurture hers. To make that easier, she created Pattern, a haircare line for managing curly hair. The Styling Cream’s shea butter, cacay oil and almond oil deliver mega moisture.
Haus Laboratories (Lady Gaga)
Lady Gaga has wowed the world with one fearless look after another, so it’s only natural that her Haus Laboratories line is a true celebration of makeup. The Glam Room Palette No. 1: Fame is an eyeshadow quad that will have you feeling blue in the best way. Plus, $1 from each purchase is donated to the Born This Way Foundation, co-founded by Lady Gaga in 2012 to provide mental health resources.
Honest Beauty (Jessica Alba)
Jessica Alba was way ahead of the curve when she created skincare and makeup line Honest Beauty in 2012.
The Gloss-C Lip Gloss is emblematic of the entire line, looking to the healing powers of nature for inspiration. The vegan lip glosses come in eight shades touting vitamin C, coconut oil and hyaluronic acid.
EleVen by Venus Williams
To create a sunscreen that doesn’t leave a white cast, tennis champion Venus Williams launched this line in partnership with The Sunscreen Company.
The brand seamlessly blends sun protection with skin care, and the formulas are reef-safe. The Unrivaled Sun Serum doubles as a primer.
Flower Beauty (Drew Barrymore)
Barrymore founded this line on the belief that beauty products should be affordable and accessible for everyone and deliver serious quality. The entire line is cruelty-free and vegan.
The Flower Beauty Scribble Stick is a multitasking pencil that glides onto eyes, lips and more, and looks good while doing good since it’s infused with sunflower seed oil, natural botanicals and vitamin E. It comes in eight shades and has a built-in sharpener.