4 Hollywood Beauty Pros Who Have Launched Their Own Products

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Mike Lorrig

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These savvy glam stars have created their own makeup and hair essentials — a smart move as today's looks speedily travel from celebrities to civilians.

Want locks like Kerry Washington or makeup like Jennifer Lawrence? Well, now you can. Here, a roundup of the products devised by the stars' go-to glam experts to make your beauty routine better.


When Sturdivant-Drew couldn’t find high-quality extensions to use on her clients, the hairstylist created her own using human hair. The results are so stellar that Kerry?Washington wore them to the Oscars; from $205, at tsdhair.com.


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The Instagram-celeb hairstylist, who works with the Kardashian-Jenner clan, created Ouai (the French equivalent of "yeah," pronounced "way") to deliver specific grooming results. The 16-piece line includes texturizing hair spray ($26) and frizz-smoothing hair oil ($28); at theouai.com.



Her namesake line may have only launched in February, but Stiles (who counts Elizabeth Banks and Leslie Mann, among many other A-listers, as clients) already has two more stars on her hands: a creamy Long-Wear Lip Contouring Pencil in New Amsterdam ($16) and the Light Illusion Prism Palette ($28); both available at ulta.com.


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The artist behind Kristen?Stewart and Jennifer?Lawrence’s makeup calls her creamy eye shades game-changers. Thanks to their no-fuss application, you just need a swipe of the finger and you’re good to go. Jillian Dempsey Lid Tint in Plum; $28, at jilliandempsey.com


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