Budget buys get Vogue’s seal of approval! Garnier’s £3.45 micellar water and L’Oréal’s £8 hair serum take home top prizes in magazine beauty awards alongside Dyson’s £399 straightener
- British Vogue reveals the winners of its annual beauty awards in the August issue
- Products from high street names like Garnier and L’Oréal Paris Elvive won prizes
- They appear alongside designer brands like Victoria Beckham and Dyson
High street brands have taken home top prizes in the Vogue Beauty Awards, proving that high quality products don’t always have to cost a fortune.
Readers of the British fashion bible chose winners across 25 different categories, including ‘Best for Mature Skin’ and ‘Best for Body Transformation’.
Among the hero products is Garnier Micellar Water Rose Water Cleanse & Glow, which won ‘Budget Beauty Skincare Option’. Handily for cash-strapped beauty buffs, a 400ml bottle costs just £3.45 at Boots.
Vogue Beauty Awards winners have been revealed, including Garnier Micellar Water Rose Water Cleanse & Glow (£3.45, 400ml), which won ‘Budget Beauty Skincare Option’. L’Oréal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths Sleek Frizz Killer Serum (£8, 100ml) won ‘Best Styling Hair Hero’
Revealed: Winners of the Vogue Beauty Awards 2020 in full
The Natural Skincare Phenomenon
Weleda Skin Food Light, £7.95
Best at Saving the Planet
Ohne Organic Tampons, £4.80
Best for Body Transformation
Augustinus Bader The Body Cream,£130
Best for Futuristic Technology
Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair Reset Intense Concentrate, £59
The Budget Beauty Skincare Option
Garnier Micellar Water Rose Water Cleanse & Glow, £3.45
The Skincare Beauty Tool
Foreo Luna Mini 3, £139
The Skin Problem Solver
Clinique Moisture Surge Eye 96-Hour Hydro Filler Concentrate, £27.50
Best for Mature Skin
Elemis Ultra Smart Range
Best Styling Hair Hero
L’Oréal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths Sleek Frizz Killer Serum, £8
Best Hair Tool Innovation
Dyson Corrale Straightener, £399.99
The Textured Hair Hero
Kérastase Discipline Oléo-Relax, £36
Best for Hair Washing
Kérastase Genesis Anti-Fall-Out Range, £23.90
Best Modern Classic Make-Up
Charlotte Tilbury Instant Eye Palette in Pillow Talk, £60
Another affordable brand makes the cut, L’Oréal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths Sleek Frizz Killer Serum (£8, 100ml) was crowned ‘Best Styling Hair Hero’.
Unsurprisingly, designer labels also appear on the list. Dyson’s much-talked about Corrale Straightener (£399) won for ‘Best Hair Tool Innovation’ and Jo Malone’s Lavenderland Collection (£50, 30ml) was named Best Boutique Fragrance.
Make-up heavyweight MAC saw its Cosmetics Powder Kiss Lipstick in Scattered Petals (£17.50) take home the ‘Best for Directional Make-Up’ title and the company as a whole won the Lifetime Achievement Award for Inclusivity.
Multi-talented Victoria Beckham also appears on the list, winning ‘New Kid On The Block’. Vogue identified her Smoky Eye Brick (£50) as a hero product.
Dyson’s much-talked about Corrale Straightener (£399) won for ‘Best Hair Tool Innovation’
Jo Malone’s Lavenderland Collection (£50, per 30ml) was named Best Boutique Fragrance
See the full feature of the Vogue Beauty Awards 2020 in the August issue of British Vogue, pictured
British Vogue readers were asked to vote for their favourite products across a list of 192 nominees. There were almost 7,000 individual awards cast.
The winners are available in full on the publication’s website and in the August issue of the magazine, available on newsstands on Friday.
Commenting on the awards, Jessica Diner Beauty and Lifestyle Director of British Vogue, said: ‘We are thrilled to announce the winners of the Vogue Beauty Awards 2020, our annual celebration of the very best the beauty industry has to offer.
‘The results shine a spotlight on the products and brands that are driving innovation, as well as pushing meaningful initiatives around sustainability and inclusivity. The winners and nominees are all testament to the positive power of the beauty industry.’
Multi-talented Victoria Beckham also appears on the list, winning ‘New Kid On The Block’. Vogue identified her Smoky Eye Brick (£50) as a hero product (left). Right,
See the full feature of the Vogue Beauty Awards 2020 here and in the August issue of British Vogue, available on newsstands and digital download on Friday 3rd July.