SELF Magazine announces their 2001 Healthy Beauty Award Winners!

SELF Magazine announces their 2001 Healthy Beauty Award Winners. For the ultimate best-of-the-best beauty recommendations, 2,200 SELF readers in 48 states tested 1,187 new products, developed over the past year, to determine the top picks for Hair, Face, Makeup, Body and Sun products. These 87 winners stand out from among the crowded beauty aisle. Make shopping easy and download the full shopping list on Self.com!

62% of SELF readers say they rely on word of mouth for their beauty purchases and this is the perfect way to know exactly what products are the best on the market right now!

1 Best foundation with spf Origins Brighter By Nature SPF 30 Skin Tone Correcting Makeup, $29 A tester calls this powder, which has pomegranate, rosemary and UV blockers, simple to apply and blend.” It also controls oil and guards against future spots.

2 Best full-coverage foundation Guerlain Lingerie de Peau, $56 One reader-tester raves, “My search for the perfect foundation is over. I have to stock up!” Maybe it’s because this moisturizing must-have is made with silk and linen fibers to make skin look as smooth as…silk.

3 Best pressed powder Maybelline New York Fit Me! Powder, $8 Lightweight pigments in this powder keep color from caking off. “I could pile it  on without my skin looking crusty,” a tester enthuses.

4 Best illuminating cream Topshop Make Up Skin Glow, $20 This highlighting cream “blends easily and brightened my skin right away,” says one tester, who wore the light version under makeup. Try it in dark for a summery gleam.

5 Best blush Clarins Blush Prodige Illuminating Cheek Colour, $28 Bamboo powder, tomato extract and a dose of golden shimmer “really made me glow!” one tester raves. Try using the shimmery tone as a highlighter, too.

There are SO MANY MORE… This is just the TOP 5! Get all the rest of the Best Of’s HERE!


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