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Celebrity Beauty Brands That Are *Really* Worth The Investment
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by Lindsay Judge 4-minute read September 8, 2023

Every celebrity on Earth has entered the chat.

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In an era where the allure of celebrity has transcended the red carpet and social media feeds, the stars we admire are no longer simply muses — they're magnates. 

Gone are the days when an A-lister's beauty regimen was a well-kept secret or a mere endorsement deal. Today, these luminaries are stepping behind the curtain, pouring their industry wisdom and personal beauty philosophies into their own eponymous brands. But which of these celebrity-spawned beauty empires truly merit your attention, and perhaps more importantly, your investment?

Below, we curate a distinguished list of celebrity beauty brands that genuinely live up to the acclaim.

1

Rhode Skin

Hailey Bieber

After years of wearing makeup and sampling some of the world's most acclaimed beauty products during her modeling career, Hailey Bieber identified what was lacking in the industry when she created her skincare brand, Rhode Skin. Renowned for her fresh, radiant complexion, the model envisioned a line of skincare products aimed at promoting healthy, luminous natural skin. Rhode Skin's range boasts cruelty-free, gluten-free, and vegan products designed to reinforce the skin barrier. Using a blend of peptides, these products enhance the skin's texture, making it appear brighter and more hydrated over time. Rhode Skin's lineup includes standout items like the Rhode Barrier Restore Cream and the Rhode Peptide Glazing Fluid.

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2

LolaVie

Jennifer Aniston

Given her famously celebrated locks in showbiz, it was apt for Jennifer Aniston to venture into the haircare realm. The actress made her mark in 2021 with the launch of LolaVie, a collection inspired by her own haircare experiences. Formulated with naturally derived, plant-based ingredients, LolaVie's line includes a shampoo, conditioner, hair oil, and detangling brush. Aniston plays an integral role in the brand, actively overseeing product development, marketing, and creative direction. She's committed to creating sustainable, effective, and straightforward products that yield noticeable results.

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3

S'Able Labs

Idris & Sabrina Elba

Husband and wife, Idris and Sabrina Elba, launched their inclusive skincare brand, S’Able Labs (Elba spelled backwards), last year. They conceived the idea during the pandemic while spending increased time together at home. The duo crafted a product line inspired by their combined daily skincare routines, utilizing a three-step ingredient-elimination system. By pinpointing ingredients they believe contribute to most skin issues, S’Able Labs’ products incorporate natural extracts and activated complexes that are gentler on the skin. The gender-neutral product line includes a cleanser, toner, moisturizer, and exfoliating mask. The highlight? It encourages sharing your skincare regimen with your loved one!

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4

Fenty Beauty

Rihanna

Rihanna is undoubtedly one of the most successful women in music today, but her foray into the beauty world has now eclipsed her musical achievements (as of 2023, Fenty Beauty is valued at over USD1.4 billion). Despite collaborating with the industry's top makeup artists, Rihanna often struggled to find products that matched her skin tone. This inspired her to launch Fenty Beauty in 2017, which is acclaimed for its extensive range of shades catering to diverse skin tones. The pop icon further broadened her beauty realm with Fenty Skin, an inclusive skincare line promising healthier, radiant complexion.

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5

Rare Beauty

Selena Gomez

Throughout her career, Selena Gomez has faced her fair share of criticism and trolling. Her journey towards embracing her imperfections inspired her to create Rare Beauty. With this venture, the singer and actress motivates women to celebrate their individuality. "Being rare is about being comfortable with yourself. I’ve stopped trying to be perfect. I just want to be me," she shared when launching the line. Rare Beauty offers makeup products that encourage women to feel confident by accentuating, rather than concealing, their unique qualities.

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Haus Labs

Lady Gaga

After launching her beauty brand in 2019, Lady Gaga announced a relaunch this September with a refreshed appearance. Haus Labs underwent a comprehensive rebranding, including a name change (previously Haus Laboratories) and an evolved mission to provide “supercharged clean artistry makeup powered by innovation, high-tech, high-pigment, and high-performance.” This promises undiluted color combined with skincare benefits. All products are vegan and cruelty-free, catering to a broad spectrum of skin tones and featuring richly pigmented colors.

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