Star Beauty

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What’s old is new again! Thanks to their re­sults-driven for­mu­las, th­ese cult-clas­sic prod­ucts have stood the test of time and are more pop­u­lar than ever! Gigi Ha­did keeps her skin blem­ish-free thanks to this old-school corn ker­nel meal, wal­nut shell pow­der and apri­cot ex­tract scrub. “It’s been around be­cause it’s the best,” she says. St. Ives Fresh Skin Apri­cot Scrub, $4.50, tar­get.com

DIY hair light­en­ing has never been the same since this pow­der blue light­ener — which lifts shades up to nine-plus lev­els — hit the mar­ket. Zo­tos Pro­fes­sional AGEbeau­ti­ful Ul­tra Bond Pow­der Light­ener, $16 for 6 oz, sally­beauty.com This pro­tein-packed sham­poo was orig­i­nally created for show horses, and pro­duced such jaw­drop­ping re­sults that eques­tri­ans started us­ing it them­selves. It’s only got­ten bet­ter over time with new, deeply hy­drat­ing for­mu­las. Mane ‘N Tail Deep Mois­tur­iz­ing Sham­poo and Con­di­tioner, $5 each, wal­mart.com This vi­ta­min E-in­fused cherry-red lip­stick, which launched in 1953, is so iconic it was fea­tured in Ama­zon’s hit show The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Revlon Su­per Lus­trous Lip­stick in Cher­ries in the Snow, $8, revlon.com In­tro­duced in 1984, bronzer went main­stream thanks to this finely milled pow­der that im­parts a sun-kissed glow. Now one is sold ev­ery 20 sec­onds. Guer­lain Ter­ra­cotta Bronz­ing Pow­der, $54, sephora.com Be­fore this first-ever brush­able hair­spray be­came avail­able in the U.S. in 2008, stylists and mod­els would smug­gle it home from Europe in their suit­cases. L’Oréal Paris El­nett Satin Hair­spray Strong Hold, $15, lo­re­al­paris­usa.com Since 1870, this mul­ti­task­ing oint­ment has been a go-to for all things beauty, from pro­tect­ing skin to tam­ing frizz! Vase­line Jelly Orig­i­nal, $2 for 1.75-oz tub, tar­get.com Af­ter 40 years, this lash­dou­bling mas­cara housed in a preppy pink-and-green tube re­mains a No. 1 seller. May­belline New York Great Lash Mas­cara, $7.50, may­belline.com

There’s a rea­son 60 of th­ese “beauty bars” are sold per sec­ond: Each con­tains 25 per­cent mois­tur­iz­ing cream that keeps skin soft and clean. Dove White Beauty Bar, $3 for pack of 2, tar­get.com

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