From $3 to $50, These Are the 60 Most In-Demand Beauty Products on the Internet


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While there are plenty of extravagant, highly sought-after beauty products with equally extravagant price tags in today's beauty market, let us not forget a product's lovability isn't directly correlated to how much it costs. Sure, holy-grail names like Augustinus Bader or La Mer have legendary legs, but $100, $200, and $300+ a pop for face cream (no matter the ingredients or quality) can be hard, or even impossible, to stomach. 

In an effort to celebrate some of the best-selling beauty products that won't wound your wallet, we've rounded up six of our favorite retailers and searched every crevice of their beauty collection. The result? 10 in-demand products per retailer that ring in at a more palatable range of $3 to $50. Keep scrolling for the best-selling yet more affordable products from Verishop, Violet Grey, Dermstore, Sephora, Net-a-Porter, and Nordstrom.


Violet Grey





Beauty Director

Erin has been writing a mix of beauty and wellness content for Who What Wear for over four years. Prior to that, she spent two and half years writing for Byrdie. She now calls Santa Monica home but grew up in Minnetonka, Minnesota, and studied writing, rhetoric, and communication at University of Wisconsin, La Crosse. She studied abroad in Galway, Ireland, and spent a summer in L.A. interning with the Byrdie and Who What Wear family. After graduating from UW, she spent one year in San Francisco, where she worked as a writer for Pottery Barn Kids and PBteen before moving down to L.A. to begin her career as a beauty editor. She considers her day-to-day beauty aesthetic very low-maintenance and relies on staples like clear brow serum (from Kimiko!), Lawless's Lip Plumping Mask in Cherry Vanilla, and an eyelash curler. For special occasions or days when she's taking more meetings or has an event, she'll wear anything and everything from Charlotte Tilbury (the foundations are game-changing), some shimmer on her lids (Stila and Róen do it best), and a few coats of the best mascara-type product on earth, Surratt's Noir Lash Tint.