Behold: These Are the Best-Selling Products at Ulta in 2017
For those who aren't sure, Ulta is a beauty retailer in the U.S., and the best way to describe it is if Priceline, Mecca, and Sephora had a baby. Sounds like a dream come true, right? Well it is. It's a beauty heaven brimming with the likes of Mac, Urban Decay, and Mario Badescu, and quite frankly, no trip to the states in complete without a visit.
The best bit is, that most of the brands sold at Ulta are available here in Australia, so we connected with Ulta reps to learn about the best-selling, fan-favourite products of 2017. Shop them all, below.
MAC Lipstick Matte ($36)
Long-lasting, non-drying colour makes MAC’s matte lipstick a major cult favourite. Ultra offers 31 shades, ranging from orange-reds (Chili, pictured here) to deep blues (Matte Royal).
Tarte Double Duty Beauty Shape Tape Countour Concealer ($37)
Tarte’s full-coverage concealer works to diminish acne, dark circles, and redness, while also minimising the look of pores and fine lines. The silky-smooth formula is spiked with skin-softening mango seed and shea butter.
Urban Decay Cosmetics Naked Skin Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer ($46)
The biggest draw to Urban Decay’s demi-matte concealer is that it feels like a second skin. No matter how many layers you pile on, it blends into skin without cracks or lines. Plus, the green tea–loaded formula comes in 14 skin-flattering shades.
Benefit Cosmetics Roller Lash Curling & Lifting Mascara ($42)
Benefit’s Roller Lash works to separate, lift, and curl lashes in a single swipe. Plus, the formula contains lash conditioners provitamin B5 and serin.
Clinique Take The Day Off Makeup Remover for Lids, Lashes & Lips ($35)
Clinique's non-irritating, gentle formula works to quickly and easily remove all traces of eye makeup—no day-old raccoon eyes, here.
It Cosmetics Confidence in a Cream Moisturizing Super Cream ($24)
This wonder-working cream uses a cocktail of hydrating hyaluronic acid and collagen to plump fine lines and wrinkles, while a blend of niacin and peptides smooth and soften skin texture.
Clarisonic Mia 2 Skin Cleansing System ($219)
Clarisonic's long-time cult-favourite tool works to thoroughly remove makeup and cleanse skin without the use of chemicals or abrasion.
Mario Badescu Facial Spray with Aloe, Herb and Rosewater ($4)
Blast dry, dehydrated skin with Mario Badescu’s refreshing blend of herbal extracts and rosewater for a quick pick-me-up. Plus, the mist moonlights as a makeup setting spray.
Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Recovery Complex 11 ($100)
Applied post-cleansing and pre-moisturising, Estée Lauder’s night serum works to moisturise and brighten skin while minimising fine lines.
Dermalogica PreCleanse ($61)
Dermalogica’s PreCleanse is a fantastic alternative to makeup remover. The blend of moisturising and antioxidant-rich oils work to gently but effectively strip skin of all traces of makeup and dirt, prepping your complexion for your daily cleanser.
Tigi Bed Head Masterpiece Shine Hairspray ($23)
This no-frills but crazy-effective hairspray adds shine and body to any style, all the while blocking humidity and preventing fly aways.
Redken One United ($39)
Redken’s all-in-one treatment offers all hair textures a whopping 25 benefits, including conditioning, heat priming, and manageability.
Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer ($499)
Dyson’s crazy-innovative dryer prevents extensive heat damage with super-fast drying and under-control temperatures. The body is surprisingly lightweight (making it the ideal travel companion), and since the motor is located in the handle, it’s completely silent.
Pureology Hydrate Shampoo ($39)
A favourite among those with colour-treated hair, Pureology’s gentle formula cleanses hair without stripping any dye.
What are your favourite products? Let us know in the comments below.