ALMOST 700,000 of you had your say in this year’s Fabulous Beauty Awards – and the results are in.
Check out the best products of 2022, as voted for by you…
Best Nail Product
WINNER: OPI Nail Envy Tinted Nail Strengthener, £21. Give weak nails the kiss of life and a coat of colour with a double-duty strengthener.
- RUNNER-UP: Ruby Hammer Large Nail File, £18.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Nails Inc Glowing Out Nail Perfector, £9.
Best Premium Brand
WINNER: Dior Beauty. When it comes to luxury make-up and skincare, the French fashion house never fails to impress.
- RUNNER-UP: Elemis.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: This Works.
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Best Base Product
WINNER: Charlotte Tilbury Beautiful Skin Foundation, £36. The make-up queen strikes again with your fave glow-boosting base.
- RUNNER-UP: Estée Lauder Double Wear Sheer Long-Wear Foundation SPF20, £37.50.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Huda Beauty #fauxfilter Luminous Matte Liquid Concealer, £24.
Best Bath Product
WINNER: Molton Brown Rose Dunes Bath & Shower Gel, £27. The quintessentially British brand knows how to turn self-care into a luxury.
- RUNNER-UP: Bali Body Essentials Body Shower Oil, £22.95.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Sanctuary Spa Ruby Oud Ultra Rich Shower Oil, £8.50.
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WINNER: Boots. Taking top spot for the fourth year, our love of the high-street staple is unwavering.
- RUNNER-UP: Superdrug.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Marks & Spencer.
Best Female Fragrance
WINNER: Jo Malone London English Pear & Freesia Cologne, £55 for 30ml. Crisp but comforting, it’s the perfume equivalent of an autumn walk in the park.
- RUNNER-UP: Jennifer Lopez One, £25 for 30ml EDP.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Jimmy Choo I Want Choo Forever, £47 for 40ml EDP.
Best Body Product
WINNER: Sol de Janeiro Beija Flor Elasti-Cream, £20. Silky-soft limbs are a step away thanks to this thick, luxurious body lotion.
- RUNNER-UP: L’Occitane En Provence Shea Ultra Rich Body Cream, £37.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Sure Maximum Protection Antiperspirant, £4.99.
Best Skincare Brand
WINNER: La Roche-Posay. Science-led beauty at an approachable price – it’s no surprise that the French pharmacy staple is now the UK’s top dermatologist-recommended brand – and your fave!
- RUNNER-UP: Origins.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Paula’s Choice.
Best Eco Brand
WINNER: The Body Shop. With over 40 years of campaigning and change-making under its belt, The Body Shop is truly a brand with purpose.
- RUNNER-UP: Pai
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Ren
Best Celebrity Beauty Brand/Collaboration
WINNER: Kora Organics. Founded by supermodel Miranda Kerr, the cruelty-free, certified organic brand uses natural ingredients that guarantee results.
- RUNNER-UP: Rare Beauty.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Kylie Cosmetics.
Best Menopause Product
WINNER: Clarins Super Restorative Night Cream, £81. Made to reduce visible signs of the menopause, like dry skin and dark spots, the luxe but lightweight cream suits all.
- RUNNER-UP: Boots Skin Edit Brightening Serum with Vitamin C, £12.99.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Olay Regenerist Retinol 24 Max Night Serum, £39.99.
Best Budget Beauty Product
WINNER: Simple Booster Serum 10% Vitamin C+E+F, £7.99. A triple-whammy of vitamins brightens and refines, with 83% of users saying their skin feels instantly softer.
- RUNNER-UP: Tresemmé. Hydrate & Purify 1 Minute Wow! Intensive Hair Treatment, £4.99.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: The Inkey List Omega Water Cream, £9.99.
Best Cult Product
WINNER: Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair Serum, £86. The OG super-serum is still at the top of its game, targeting dryness, fine lines and wrinkles for smoother, brighter skin.
- RUNNER-UP: Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser, £19.50.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream Skin Protectant, £28.
Best Hair Tool
WINNER: Dyson Airwrap Multi-Styler, £479.99. The gold-standard hair tool really does it all, and then some, thanks to its attachments and intuitive design.
- RUNNER-UP: Manta Pulse, £54.95.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Imbue Scalp Massage & Shampoo Brush, £5.99.
WINNER: Garnier Ambre Solaire Invisible Protect Refresh SPF30 Spray, £13. It’s not greasy or sticky, and it won’t stain your clothes. Hurrah!
- RUNNER-UP: Murad Correct & Protect Broad Spectrum SPF45 PA++++, £68.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Soltan Clear & Cool Protect Suncare Mist SPF50, £7.
Best Beauty Gadget
WINNER: Foreo Luna 4, £239. High-tech yet completely foolproof, this clever cleansing gadget levels up any skincare regime.
- RUNNER-UP: Primark Beauty PS…Vibrating T Bar Face Massager, £7.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Solawave Advanced Skincare Wand With Red Light Therapy, £133.
Best Cheek Product
WINNER: Pixi Beauty On-The-Glow Bronze, £18. Not every viral product is worthy of enduring cult status, but this nifty number deserves endless praise.
- RUNNER-UP: L’Oréal Paris Infallible 24hr Matte Bronzer, £14.99.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Max Factor Miracle Pure Cream Blush, £9.99.
Best New Brand
WINNER: 17 Cosmetics. After being discontinued in 2018, the affordable brand underwent a complete makeover before returning to shelves earlier this year.
- RUNNER-UP: Gen See.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Tatcha.
Best Lip Product
WINNER: Maybelline Superstay Vinyl Ink Liquid Lipstick, £11.99. Available in 10 shades, this has unbeaten staying power.
- RUNNER-UP: Nars Powermatte Lipstick, £26.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED Fenty Beauty Poutsicle Hydrating Lip Stain, £17.
Best Indie Brand
WINNER: Iconic London. Founded in 2015, the glow-giving make-up range is loved by professional make-up artists, celebrities and influencers worldwide.
- RUNNER-UP: Elemental Herbology
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Floral Street
WINNER: Viktor & Rolf Good Fortune, £59 for 30ml EDP. A real crowd-pleaser fit for any occasion, this pretty, floral scent is comforting and nostalgic.
- RUNNER-UP: CeraVe Blemish Control Cleanser, £10.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Olaplex No.4C Shampoo, £28.
Best Eye Make-up Product
WINNER: Mac Macstack Mascara, £26. Delivering clump-free, buildable length and volume, the amazing wand lives up to the lash hype.
- RUNNER-UP Glossier: No.1 Pencil, £14
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Pat McGrath Labs Mothership X: Moonlit Seduction Palette, £120.
Best Male Fragrance
WINNER: Paco Rabanne Phantom, £56 for 50ml EDT. This fun, futuristic scent looks just as good on the shelf as it smells on the skin.
- RUNNER-UP: Armani Code Refillable Spray, £113 for 125ml EDP.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Jimmy Choo Man Aqua, £35 for 30ml EDT.
Best Male Grooming Product
WINNER: Bulldog Skincare Original Styling Cream, £8. Packed with shea butter, it adds texture without drying out hair.
- RUNNER-UP: Kiehl’s Since 1851 Facial Fuel Daily Energizing Moisture Treatment For Men, £25.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Babyliss Men Super-X Metal Series 15-in-1 Multi-Trimmer, £120.
Best Hair Product
WINNER: Batiste Naturally Dry Shampoo Green Tea & Chamomile, £4.59. Oil-absorbing rice powder leaves no residue, plus the can now uses 40% less packaging.
- RUNNER-UP: K18 Leave-In Molecular Repair Hair Mask, £55.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Fudge Professional, Clean Blonde Pre-Toning Primer, £16.
Best Fake Tan
WINNER: Bondi Sands 1 Hour Express Self Tanning Foam, £14.99. Forget stained sheets and hours spent smelling like biscuits, this fake bake gives a golden glow in just 60 minutes.
- RUNNER-UP: St Tropez Luxe Whipped Creme Mousse, £33.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Tan-Luxe Super Glow Serum, £36.
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Best Brow Product
WINNER: Tweezerman Black Matte Slant Tweezer, £23. Tweezers are the foundation of great brows, and it doesn’t get better than this chic pair.
- RUNNER-UP: Benefit Gimme Brow Volumizing Pencil, £23.50.
- HIGHLY COMMENDED: Clinique Quickliner For Brows, £19.
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