10 New Beauty Products You Need to Know About

By Nayri Leanna Gregor on 19 September 2014 5 comments

2014 is one hot year for new and innovative beauty products. But lest you hog all the beauty in the world, we've narrowed down the list to these top 10 beauty must-haves. (See also: 24 Places to Buy Inexpensive Natural Beauty Products)

1. The Switch Kit by Amika

Finally, a good hair product that's also a space and money saver! Amika's new Switch Kit comes with a base that can be used with three different barrel sizes, so you get the look you want without having to buy another hair tool. With a digital temperature control, you can adjust the level of heat from 150°F to 430°F (66°C to 221°C).

2. Amrezy Palette by Anastasia of Beverly Hills

Named after one of Instagram's most reputable makeup artists, Amrezy, this palette was constructed and launched by long time beauty maven, Anastasia of Beverly Hills. The eye shadow palette has 10 gorgeous colors, perfect for both special occasions and everyday casual makeup.

3. The 2014 Fall/Winter Nail Collection by Gabriel Cosmetics

Gabriel's newest polish collection was inspired by the high fashion runway styles. It comes with six shades and three different spectrums: glossy, matte, and pearl. The best part of this line is that it is one of few companies that uses a "5 free" formula — meaning it is free of the harmful chemicals including formaldehyde, toluene, DBP, camphor, and phthalates.

4. Honey Dew Me Up Primer by NYX

Infused with light-reflective gold flecks, this primer is made to create a radiant appearance by reducing redness and discoloration.

5. Matte Lipsticks by Dose of Color

Punctuate your style and add a pop of awesome to any look with Dose of Colors' brand new line of matte lipsticks. Created by makeup artist and cosmetics expert, MakeupbyAnna, this genius color palette of lipsticks is a vegan product that's both cruelty and paraben free.

6. They're Real! Push-Up Liner by Benefit

The angled brush and push up gel is made to tightly hug your lash line and simplify the application process. The gel formula has a matte black that stays where you put it without smudging, budging or drying out.

7. Rescue Me Hair Mask by Leyla Milani Hair

Here's a beauty essential to have with all the wear and tear that hair goes through, from being under the sun, challenging weather conditions, and everyday products and oils. Made by the ultimate hair queen, Leyla Milani, this intense formula of argan oil and shea butter penetrates the hair cuticle from the inside out, bringing the bounce and strength back to your hair.

8. Perversion Mascara by Urban Decay

This primer and mascara duo can really add some punch to your lashes. The high-tech brush is made to add volume and separate each lash for a silky, long lasting finish. According to beauty expert, Sona Gasparian, the applicator's defined bristles are what makes the biggest difference by adding fullness and length to the lashes. The unique texture of the mascara's formula allows you to apply less layers for an everyday look or multiple coats for a more dramatic finish.

9. Mavens Sculpt Series by Motives

Mavens Sculpt Series comes in two complexions: Fire for warmer skin tones and Ice for cooler skin tones. These palettes have four crème foundations best for highlighting cheekbones, covering under eye imperfections, intensifying the brow bone and creating a stunning profile and definition. Motives Cosmetics is expertly crafted in collaboration with six YouTube beauty sensations including Teni Panosian, and cosmetics gurus including, Lauren Rindinger and La La Anthony.

10. Velvet Orchid Eau de Parfum Spray by Tom Ford

Last but not least, Tom Ford's captivating perfume, Velvet Orchid. Derived of oriental florals and combined with strong notes of citrus, lavish petals, rum, and honey, this scent is ultra feminine and exotic.

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PurchaseWisely

Ummm, just say NO! While I realize that for some people getting the newest beauty product is a "must", this website is about frugality and value. Why is this article even here?

The eye shadow palette starts at over $100 on Amazon, the perfume is $147 on Amazon, the curling iron is $100 for the base and first barrel, $30 each for the additional barrels at Sephora.

One of the top-rated eye shadow palettes (per two fashion site reviews) is by Sonia Kashuk, at Target for $20. I have two different sized curling irons that I bought years ago for $15 each that work just fine. Why would I buy this stuff, just because it's new? I'll take the $400 I save not buying these items and invest it with CapitalOne (formerly ING) instead.

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Guest

I’m stunned and disappointed by this article. It is the antithesis of financial responsibility and I don’t understand why it is on a personal finance website. It reads like Glamour magazine.

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Ruth

Come on Wise Bread, I thought you were about being frugal. This segment is nothing more than thinly disguised advertising for some costly cosmetics. I see absolutely no objective evidence to support your statement that these are products your readers need to know about. When did you trade in your core values for a quick buck?

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Amy

I don't understand why a website focused on financial responsibility would include an article about expensive, unnecessary beauty products. I felt like I was reading Glamour magazine. Why?

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Guest

I was a little startled at this article as well. If it is sponsored, that should be clearly indicated. None of these look to be items from discount-but-still quality brands... and the "here are the new things you must buy to be on-trend" seems out of character.