Just like when YouTube makeup tutorials first hit our computer screens and became our go-to for all things beauty, we’ve come to accept TikTok as a daily (and constant) source of hair, skincare, and makeup inspiration. Now, there are new viral beauty trends emerging on a weekly, if not a daily basis (including ones we all shouldn't be trying at home). Furthermore, we’ve all learned that a viral video can have products flying off the shelves of IRL stores. And no one like to be the last one shut out of getting in on the next big trend or miracle product.
While the power of a new generation of beauty gurus and “skinfluencers” is undeniable, not every product is worth fighting other TikTok obsessives to buy. Not every “hack” will actually save your skin, not every unusual technique will suit your aesthetic, or even be very practical. Instead, like the face taping trend, some might be give results opposed to your beauty goals or at least waste your time. It can be hard to know who to trust on the app, but there are some clear stand-out products that multiple creators (and experts) have approved. As we approach the end of the year, we’ve rounded up the best of the many, many viral TikTok beauty products of 2022.
EspressOh Glassy Blush
Charlotte Tilbury Beautiful Skin Foundation
Charlotte Tilbury is a frequently TikTok-approved brand and the latest viral product is the Beautiful Skin foundation. As a follow up to the cult-favorite Hollywood Flawless Filter, TikTokers say this one has true medium coverage and less in-your-face dewy finish which makes it great for a more natural (but still noticeable) glow.
Olaplex No. 7 Bonding Hair Oil
Peter Thomas Roth Instant Firmx Temporary Eye Tightener
Dior Addict Lip Glow Oil
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Freeze
Rare Beauty’s Liquid Blush
Revlon's One-Step Hair Dryer & Volumizer Hot Air Brush
Tarte Maracuja Juicy Lip Plump
Essence Brighten Up! Banana Powder
Fenty Poutsicle Hydrating Lip Stain
Revlon Oil-Absorbing Roller
Maybelline Sky High Waterproof Mascara
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