Now that everyone’s two favorite worlds — Ulta Beauty and Target — have officially merged, it’s time for you to kiss any money you had in your bank account goodbye. (I know I am.) If you need some beauty inspo before you blow your savings, here are the 10 items Elite Daily’s Senior Style Editor is running to buy from the new Ulta Beauty at Target brand selection.
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After a long week of putting my skin through hell and back, few things feel better than lathering it up with TULA’s cult-favorite Purifying Face Cleanser, which replaces the dirt, grime, and excess oils with nourishing superfoods and protective probiotics.
I am a mascara snob through and through, but Benefit’s BADgal BANG! Mascara is It. The aero particles in the formula are so lightweight that you get all of the length and volume without it weighing your lashes down. The result is a sky-high, full set of lashes that can hold a curl.
You’ve seen this particular peel from The Ordinary all over TikTok — and for good reason. With powerful hydroxy acids, alongside salicylic acid and hyaluronic acid, this formula works across skin types to deliver the type of exfoliation, hydration, and subsequent glow you usually only get from a full-on facial.
With darker weather on the way, your natural, sun-kissed glow may not come as easily. Enter: the St. Tropez Self Tan Express Bronzing Mousse. The quick-drying, hypoallergenic formula delivers a bronzed glow that rivals your regular tan with no smell, no stickiness, and no blotching.
Listen, before you freak at the price tag, recognize that this is very much three, high-quality hair tools in one. Drybar’s The Mixologist allows you to mix and match the curling attachments to select the type of curl or wave you want. Meaning: Endless hairstyles without all of the bulky tools and wires.
Even though I love fall, my dry, patchy skin hates it. But First Aid Beauty’s Ultra Repair Cream keeps it in check. The oatmeal-infused formula works like a soothing oatmeal bath, flooding your skin with heavy hydration that relieves the itchy, dry flakes that tend to creep up in the colder months.
Rarely have I found nude eyeshadows I’ve loved more than Juvia’s Place Nubian Eyeshadow Palette. The 12-pan treasure features a wide selection of matte and shimmer nudes that work together in endless combos. The amount of pigment that comes with one swipe is enough to make me ditch every other palette I own.
The way I never let Pattern Beauty’s Leave-In Conditioner out of my sight is borderline unhealthy, but I won’t be stopping anytime soon. The formula is a godsend for natural hair textures and curl patterns, and even for my fine hair, a little dollop makes it feel unbelievably smooth, without weighing it down.
Peach & Lily’s Glass Skin Refining Serum is one of those products I don’t even let myself fully empty before I buy a new one — just so I never truly run out. As the name suggests, the Glass Skin Refining Serum both hydrates and improves evenness and texture to give you a radiant glow that’s smooth as glass.
While the Peter Thomas Roth eye cream that went viral on TikTok is, unfortunately, sold out, I can confirm the brand’s Firmx Collagen Eye Cream is the next best option. Using hyaluronic acid and squalane to hydrate and collagen to firm and reduce any sagging, this eye cream takes looking awake to a whole new level.