Do you ever go into a store to buy clothes and completely forget they have a beauty section? Don’t forget about these ones.

Do you ever go into a store to buy clothes and completely forget that it has a beauty section? You might even say to yourself before you go to the store that you have to check out the new beauty products this time, but somehow you only remember once you’ve left the store and you are halfway home. Do not leave these stores until you check out their beauty offerings. There are some amazing things hidden amongst the clothing, from the store’s own beauty brands to superb, curated offerings. In fact, you should probably head over to the beauty section first.

These are the clothing stores with great beauty sections:

1. Urban Outfitters

There is a lot to check out at Urban Outfitters with the clothes, apartment stuff, and the books, but make sure you look at their beauty section. Urban Outfitters has a wide variety of products, including hair, makeup, skincare, fragrance, body, and even men’s grooming. If you’re a fan of Korean beauty, the store has a pretty decent offering of cult-favorite K-beauty products. Urban Outfitters-carried brands include MizonLime CrimeNudestix, and Herbivore.

What to Try:

  • Tony Moly Pure Farm Pig Collagen Sleeping Mask ($26, Urban Outfitters)
  • Ardency Inn Modster Long Play Lip Vinyl in Club Mix ($23, Urban Outfitters)
  • Olivine Perfume Oil in Full Regalia ($48, Urban Outfitters)

2. Anthropologie

Anthropologie’s beauty offerings are both unique and pretty, just like the rest of the store. There’s also a definite focus on the actual ingredients. You can find body, hair, makeup, and fragrances, as well as exclusive products just for them. If you’re looking to discover a new beauty brand, Anthropologie is a good place to start. The store also carries a lot of your well-known faves. Some of its brands include Besame CosmeticsCocovit, and Indie Lee.

What to Try:

  • Royal Apothic Mini Hand Creme ($10, Anthropologie)
  • Albeit Lipstick in Peony ($18, Anthropologie)
  • Foundation Beauty Molecule ($28, Anthropologie)

3. H&M

H&M’s beauty section is not just something that you quickly glance at when you’re waiting to pay. H&M has their own beauty line, which boasts over 700 affordable makeup products. And because that’s not enough, the store recently launched a wallet-friendly organic skin, hair, and body line.

What to Try:

  • Concealer Palette ($9.99, H&M)
  • Nail Polish in Argent Lilac ($5.99, H&M)
  • Eyeshadow in Mojave ($6.99, H&M)

4. Topshop

You know how you want to buy every piece of clothing you touch in Topshop? It’s the same deal with the beauty section. Topshop has its own range of makeup that is on par with high-end brands. There’s everything from everyday essentials to festival-ready products to bold lippies. Plus, prices are usually below $20.

What to Try:

  • Glow Highlighter in Polish ($16, Topshop)
  • Brow Pencil in Viscous Circle ($10, Topshop)
  • Lips in Undercover ($12, Topshop)

5. & Other Stories

& Other Stories is still fairly new on this side of the world. We had their bath and body products when the brand launched here, but their colored cosmetic line only just hit US stores in September. If you’re addicted to the brand’s clothing, you will soon find yourself addicted to their makeup, skincare, and body products (and don’t forget their candles).

What to Try:

  • Cheek & Lip Tint Colors in Carillon Bloom ($18, & Other Stories)
  • Moroccan Tea Body Scrub ($15, & Other Stories)
  • Tussah Cleansing Gel ($11, & Other Stories)

6. Nasty Gal

You probably think about going to Nasty Gal for party dresses and cool jewelry, but the store has a great edit of must-have beauty products. They include makeup, hair, and nail products. Look out for brands like Smith & CultMDM Flow, and Tony Moly.

What to Try:

  • Babe Scrub Be Wild Organic Hand Cream ($42, Nasty Gal)
  • MDM Flow Lipstick in Vamp ($18, Nasty Gal)
  • Smith & Cult Nail Polish in Kings & Thieves ($18, Nasty Gal)

7. Victoria’s Secret

You probably are already familiar with Victoria’s Secret beauty section, but if you strictly go in there to look at underwear, that needs to change ASAP. Victoria’s Secret doesn’t just have delicious smelling body lotions and fragrances; the store also has great makeup.

What to Try:

  • Beauty Rush Flavored Lip Gloss in Very Blackberry ($10, Victoria’s Secret)
  • Passionflower Ultimate Hand Cream ($8, Victoria’s Secret)
  • Heavenly Eau de Parfum ($58, Victoria’s Secret)
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