5 viral TikTok beauty products you need to try

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These beauty products are trending on TikTok
These beauty products are trending on TikTok

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With so many beauty products out there and countless endorsements for what seems like everything, it can be difficult to figure out what's actually worth the money.

Lately, TikTok seems to be a great resource for helping narrow down the choices. Users on the app are not shy to share their honest thoughts on products, and given the the diversity of users on the platform, the reviews are often well-rounded. So, it is safe to say when a product has gone viral — it should definitely be considered.

Sometimes, this can be hard to keep up with because based on personal experience by the time you may get around to buying one viral product, another one may already be taking over the for you page.

To make it easy, we have rounded up 5 viral beauty products that are definitely worth the buy according to TikTok.

NYX Shine Loud High Shine Lip Colour

NYX Shine Loud High Shine Lip Colour [Photo via Walmart]
NYX Shine Loud High Shine Lip Colour [Photo via Walmart]

SHOP IT: Walmart, $14

This liquid lipstick quickly went viral for being shockingly transfer proof. Many doubted this to be true due to the high pigmentation and shine aspect, but after putting it to the test it truly did not budge. There are two steps as part of the application to ensure up to 16 hours of no transfer wear. First, the base colour is applied and then after waiting 90 seconds for it to dry a glossy top coat is applied.

User @mikaylanogueira was amongst the skeptical, but after putting it to the test, she was left in disbelief as seen in this viral video.

Maybelline Tattoo Brow Peel Off Tint

Maybelline New York Tattoo Brow Peel Off Tint [Photo via Amazon]
Maybelline New York Tattoo Brow Peel Off Tint [Photo via Amazon]

SHOP IT: Amazon, $9 (originally $12)

Microblading has been all the rage lately when it comes to achieving perfect, full brows, but for those who did not want to commit to that, this product is probably the next best thing. The process includes applying the tint all over the brows carefully and then letting it set for at least 20 minutes and up to two hours for longer wear. After the desired time to set, the product peels off revealing fuller looking brows. While the application can be a bit scary as it applies darker, once peeled the results do match the desired shade.

In a now-private video, TikTok user @evolveestheticsla put it to the test and claims the product is "legit."

e.l.f Cosmetics Camo CC Cream

e.l.f Camo CC Cream [Photo via e.l.f]
e.l.f Camo CC Cream [Photo via e.l.f]

SHOP IT: Ulta, $14

The new e.l.f CC cream is being very closely compared to the very popular IT Cosmetics CC cream. Including ingredients like collagen, peptides and niacinamide, the cream promises naturally looking full coverage.

User @barbbeautyyy put it to the test and according to her it definitely lives up to its promises.

Cerave Cleansers

Cerave Cleansers [Photo via Cerave]
Cerave Cleansers [Photo via Cerave]

SHOP IT: Amazon, from $20

After being highly recommended by multiple dermatologists on the app, Cerave cleansers have become an ongoing hot commodity. The products are being favored for their great ingredients and offerings for various skin types — something for everyone.

The @dermdoctor is amongst one of the brands advocates on the app.

The Ordinary AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution

The Ordinary Peeling Solution 30ml AHA 30% + BHA 2% [Photo via Amazon]
The Ordinary Peeling Solution 30ml AHA 30% + BHA 2% [Photo via Amazon]

SHOP IT: Ulta, $7

Another brand that is recommended by many dermatologists on the app is this one. This particular product went viral for it great benefits especially for acne-prone skin. However, the content surrounding this product ended up being more focused on how to use this product instead of what it does. Many were using it incorrectly causing more harm than good.

The @dermarkologist shared how he uses it responsibly to gain maximum benefits.

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