British Vogue's Online Beauty Editor schools us on 8 cult picks from across the pond
Boots No7. Lisa Eldridge. Charlotte Tilbury. Berocca, for goodness' sake! With the beauty world's recent predilection for everything from 12-step Korean skincare routines to French pharmacie fanatics, it admittedly baffles us how British cult classics have, comparatively, somehow been left under the radar. While we've (thankfully) come to accept the fact that leaving the house sans dry shampoo or wearing Wellies when it's not really raining is more of a British birthright than a trend to try (read that in your best Us Weekly-voice, guys), that doesn't mean we can't hit up Amazon for a little Vogue UK-approved Brit beauty.
And so, in the interest of getting in touch with our inner Chung and Delevingne, we reached out to Vogue.co.uk Beauty Editor Lisa Niven to spill some of the best British beauty goodies currently populating her make-up bag. True to form, Niven came back to us with a list of everything from truly under-the-radar picks to products you can impulse buy Stateside, too. Oh, and before you raise your eyebrows at the suggestion of a child's detangling brush, we're happy to go on-the-record and state that our Tangle Teezers have gotten us out of many a rat's nest with ease—you know those 'what did I do last night?' Saturday mornings? Buy now and thank us when you've saved yourself the half-bottle of conditioner.
Charlotte Tilbury Full Fat Lashes Mascara
Topshop Make-Up Lips in Rio Rio
Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish
Neom Real Luxury Scented Candle – 3-Wick
Butter London Nail Foundation Flawless Base Coat
Neal’s Yard Beauty Sleep Concentrate
Eyeko Eye Do Liquid Eyeliner