Beauty

Cult beauty products

Whenever we're abroad, we like to check out the local beauty counter or pharmacy to stock up on the local must-have product. And whilst we've stashed our suitcases full of beauty souvenirs over the years, it's even more exciting when you don't have to leave your desk to try what beauty addicts are loving in say, Singapore. Which is why we've tracked down the coolest cult beauty products from around the world, and housed them all in this handy gallery for you to shop at the click of the mouse. Let us know @StylistMagazine if we've missed a cult favourite off our list!

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    Germany: Art Deco eye shadow base, £8.50, thegarden.co.uk

    Germany’s No.1 cosmetics brand, the range is super usable with foundation palettes that combine a mixture of shades to give even coverage and cover up blemishes.

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    USA: Cetaphil cleanser, £8.33, feelunique.com

    No model is without her bottle of Cetaphil cleanser during Fashion Week. The gentle formulation means that even the most sensitive of skin types can use it.

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    France: Caudalie Eye and Lip Cream, £33, johnlewis.com

    With products created from the vineyards of France, Caudalie was the first 'Vinotherapy' spa in the world, and has become the secret to many a French woman's glowing skin.

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    India: Dabur Amla Jasmine Hair Oil, £4.68, thebeautypot.com

    Using Indian gooseberry (the Amla fruit), Dabur has been the secret of beautiful hair in India for over 50 years.

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    Italy: Davines De Stress Yoghurt and Muesli Shampoo, £12.50, cultbeauty.co.uk

    This ultra rich, and delicious smelling shampoo will sort out a dry scalp and treat stressed hair.

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    Japan: d.j.v. Beautenizer Fiberwig LX mascara, £18, cultbeauty.co.uk

    This is the top-selling mascara in Japan, one of the world's trickiest beauty markets to crack.

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    Belgium: Epibronze Gradual Tanner by Nannic, £24.80, cultbeauty.co.uk

    A gradual fake tan that actually smells good (just like vanilla). Thank you, Belgium for bestowing this gift upon us.

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    USA: Edward Bess Lip Gloss, £22, zuneta.com

    Former model Edward Bess' eponymous make-up line has become an instant hit in the US. We love his super shiny lip glosses.

  • Cult beauty products from around the world

    France: Fred Farrugia blusher palette, £17; sephora.fr

    Customised palettes of foundation and lip and eye colours that are a favourite with make-up artists worldwide

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    Singapore: Ginvera Green Tea Cleanser, £12.90, cultbeauty.co.uk

    Girls in Singapore love this product for its ultra-moisturising properties, and ability to remove every element of grime from your skin.

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    Australia: Invisible Zinc Sun Cream, £26.95, cultbeauty.co.uk

    With all that sun exposure, Aussies know a thing or two about protecting skin from the sun. This high performance moisturiser creates a clear, physical, reflective barrier on the surface of the skin.

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    USA: Josie Maran Argan Color Stick, $22, sephora.com

    Supermodel Josie Maran has created her own earth-friendly beauty line, and this sheer blusher stick has been a big hit stateside.

  • Cult beauty products from around the world

    Hawaii: Paul Brown Kukui Nut Oil spray, £16.75, beautybay.com

    This tropical spray is your one-way ticket to shiny, glossy hair.

  • Cult beauty products from around the world

    Australia: MV Organic Skincare soothing moisturiser, beingcontent.com

    An organic skincare brand that delivers powerful results, and is ideal for sensitive skin.

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    Hungary: Omorovicza Queen of Hungary hydrating facial mist, £46, omorovicza.com

    Using the mineral rich healing properties of Budapest's thermal waters, this Hungarian beauty brand quickly became a hit with beauty editors worldwide.

  • Cult beauty products from around the world

    Australia: Lucas Paw Paw Ointment, £21.49, pawpawstore.co.uk

    Aussies never leave home without this balm which will moisturise lips and even dry heels

  • Cult beauty products from around the world

    USA: Peter Thomas Roth Anti Ageing Cleansing Gel, £22.50, beautybay.com

    Another cult beauty buy from the USA, we adore this luxurious cleansing gel.

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    India: Shanaz Hussein Kajal, £6, pureherbalcure.com

    The Kajal Kohl eyeliner pens are the best in the world. Its herb and almond oil formula means the pigment is super rich, has staying power, but is still gentle on your eyes

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    Ecuador: Rahua shampoo, £27, liberty.co.uk

    A celebrity favourite of Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Lopez and Johnny Depp, Rahua uses exclusive extracts found in the Amazon rainforest.

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    Greece: Red Water Laboratories eye cream, £31, redwater.co.uk

    Skincare that uses mineral-rich spring water with organic olive oil to hydrate and nourish the skin