7 Beauty Products Allure’s Editor in Chief Shares With Her Daughters

As the editor in chief of Allure, I test approximately 1.7 kajillion beauty products per year. So, when there’s a new fragrance, a vitamin C serum, highlighter palette, or a bottle of dry shampoo that makes its way onto my vanity, it means something.

Welcome to Michelle's Most Wanted, a monthly column dedicated to everything I'm obsessed with at the moment. Depending on the day, this could be a vintage travel photograph, a standout runway look, an evocative scent, or even just a mood. I'm forever on the hunt for new favorites — as my poor husband knows from the overflowing storage bins in our home — so keep an eye on this space for the latest hodgepodge of miscellaneous beauty discoveries that end up as empties along my bathroom counter.

I love sharing some of the beauty products I get from work with my kids, and now that I'm at home, I have even more time to spend with them. These seven products, in particular, are the ones that my daughters and I love.

Be sure to check back each month for our editor in chief's next batch of favorites, or look back through the Michelle's Most Wanted archives to get more Allure-approved product recommendations right now.

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  • olive  june nail art stickers on white background

    Olive & June Nail Art Stickers

    Artistic details are tough to paint onto tiny nails. These delicate Nail Art Stickers from Olive & June make it a cinch. Just peel, stick, add a top coat to make sure it lasts, and you're good to go.

    $8 (Shop Now)

  • open sheer pink lip balm on white background

    Winky Lux Watermelon Jelly Lip Balm

    Older kids love how Winky Lux's vegan Watermelon Jelly Lip Balm goes on clear, and then reacts with the lips' pH level to adjust to a custom shade of pink. This watermelon-scented lip stain is perfect for when I want a wash of color.

    $16 (Shop Now)

  • mint green tube of baby lotion

    Pipette Baby Lotion

    The lightweight, fragrance-free Pipette Baby Lotion absorbs quickly into your skin to soften and moisturize it. It's even gentle enough to rub into my baby's sensitive cheeks.

    $10 (Shop Now)

  • slightly crushed gold highlighter with dog print

    Too Faced Glowver Highlighter

    The puppy imprint is almost too cute to ruin in Too Faced's Glowver Highlighter. The champagne-gold powder goes on ultra-creamy for a glow that will last all day.

    $30 (Shop Now)

  • pink bottle of glow recipe moisturizer

    Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow Pink Juice Moisturizer

    My daughter adores the fruity (but not cloying) smell of the Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow Pink Juice Moisturizer. The oil-free gel is packed with antioxidants from actual watermelons and moisturizing hyaluronic acid.

    $42 (Shop Now)

  • bottle of mustela cleansing water

    Mustela No Rinse Cleansing Water

    Mustela No Rinse Cleansing Water is micellar water for your little one. Made from 98 percent plant-based ingredients, it's a perfect allover refresher in between bath days.

    $15 (Shop Now)

  • open eye shadow palette with neutrals and brights

    Kimchi Chic x Ketnipz Rainbow Sharts Palette

    My middle schooler loves playing with color. Need something that will give you everyday looks and fun brights? The Kimchi Chic Beauty limited-edition Rainbow Sharts Palette has got the range with a mix of shimmer and matte shadows.

    $28 (Shop Now)

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