As beauty editors, we’re deeply familiar with luxury beauty products. In fact, some of our most well-used items come from high-end design houses like Chanel, Dior, and Valentino. Yes, they’re pricey, but if you’re purchasing the right products, you’ll quickly come to see that they’re staples (like we do).
Now, according to new research conducted by the shopping platform, Ubuy, we know the most popular designer brands in the world. By analyzing different metrics such as global searches, website visits, social media following, and more, the platform was able to rank the most popular brands out of the 100 most renowned. The insights were interesting, so we decided to take them and shop out the best beauty products from each brand. Ahead, see the 18 best beauty products to shop from each one of the highest-ranking designer brands.
Louis Vuitton cinched the top spot as the world’s most popular designer brand with a popularity score of 32.75. While Louis Vuitton doesn’t have the expansive beauty offerings that many other designer brands do, its expertly-crafted fragrances shouldn’t be forgotten.
In second place, Dior has a popularity score of 31.73, which is just behind Louis Vuitton’s top-ranking score. We were happy to see Dior on the list, as some of the brand’s makeup products are truly next level. After all, there’s a reason so many Dior products go viral on TikTok.
In the third spot for the world’s most popular designer brand is the one that’s affiliated with celebs like Harry Styles and Dakota Johnson. This is no surprise. Not only is the brand known for its vintage-inspired beauty products, but it also boasts a pretty epic nail polish collection.
We know you were waiting to see where Chanel landed on the list. The answer is in the fourth spot, with a popularity score of 22.15. Below, shop some of our favorite Chanel beauty products, from an iconic bronzer to the very best foundations we’ve ever tried.
Technically, Versace came in sixth place, behind Rolex. However, since we’re talking about the best beauty products here, we decided to skip the watch brand and go straight to the Italian design house. Like Louis Vuitton, Versace doesn’t have a diverse beauty lineup. However, they do have some seriously noteworthy fragrances. See two of our favorites, below.