15 Beauty Buys That Are Total #ProductPorn—but That *Work*, Too

You can have it both ways.

Buying products for the packaging alone? Yes, we're guilty of it. The silver lining being that we've gotten to the bottom of which ones actually yield results as swoon-worthy as their vanity-porn exterior. From the Old Hollywood-inspired compact housing candlelit skin to a floral-emblazoned leather lipstick tube, feast your eyes on these there's-more-than-meets-the-eyes finds.

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1 ​Kevyn Aucoin The Curling Mascara

Is this tube not a total tall drink of water? Sleek, smooth, and ruby red—it's totally sexy. Not to mention, it's like a push-up bra for your lashes that comes off easy at the end of a long day.

Kevyn Aucoin The Curling Mascara, $28; spacenk.com.

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2 Tom Ford Purifying Cleansing Oil

Yes, the price is steep, but Ford's new cleansing oil will sop off every last bit of makeup, as well as all the other scary toxins that collect on your face each and every day. And because it's Tom Ford, the face washing process won't feel like a chore, but rather a spa-like treatment.

Tom Ford Purifying Cleansing Oil, $80; saksfifthavenue.com.

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3 Surratt Beauty Artistique Eyeshadow

A hallmark of celebrity makeup artist Troy Surratt's Japanese-inspired makeup line, these decidedly chic-looking shadows are designed, above all else, to prevent creasing for a silky-smooth finish that lasts all day long.

Surratt Beauty Artisique, $20; net-a-porter.com.

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4 Eternally In Amber Tortoise Hair Pick

A vintage approach to getting rid of tangles and adding volume, this tortoise shell comb won't pull your hair out or cause breakage. We promise. Plus, it'll look so retro-cool whether you're tucking it in your purse or leaving it on your dresser.

Eternally In Amber Tortoise Hair Pick, $16; urbanoutfitters.com.

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5 Wander Cushion

From the sultry deep red shade to the contoured shape, who knew a makeup sponge could be so attractive? The smaller corners of this cloud-like applicator reach every nook and cranny of the face. And it blends beautifully, of course.

Wander Cushion, $12; wanderbeauty.com.

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6 Artís Oval 10 Brush

The pièce de résistance of Kylie Jenner's brush collection, she swears by this large, ultra-luxe brush for applying moisturizer to her million-dollar skin. It's a little over the top, but having had it in our beauty closet, we can vouch for just how lovely it feels.

Artís Oval 10 Brush, $75; artisbrush.com.

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7 Glossier Stretch Concealer

Just released last month, Glossier's latest easy-on-the-eyes offering is already getting rave reviews, providing natural-looking coverage that moves with your face rather than sit atop of it i.e. it passes the photo flash test.

Glossier Stretch Concealer, $18; glossier.com.

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8 Givenchy Beauty Le Rouge Lipstick

It just doesn't get cooler than a reusable magnolia-emblazoned leather lipstick tube. But more importantly this semi-matte formula is intensely pigmented, which means you'll have whatever eye-popping shade you choose will last a looong time.

Givenchy Beauty Le Rouge Lipstick in Carmin Escarpin, $38; barneys.com.

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9 ​Milk Makeup Eye Vinyl

ICYMI: Glossy lids are one of this season's biggest trends and this gorgeous clicky pen delivers a non-sticky wash of see-through shine you can dab over any eyeshadow.

Milk Makeup Eye Vinyl, $20; milkmakeup.com.

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10 Amanda Lacey Miracle Tonic

Skincare goddess Amanda Lacey's namesake tonic has been a tried-and-true favorite for years... and it's not just because of the apothecary-like pink bottle. Its super gentle ingredients soothes redness, reduces pore size, and helps to eliminate dark spots without feeling medicinal.

Amanda Lacey Miracle Tonic, $95; net-a-porter.com.

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