The world’s most expensive cosmetics: The best cosmetics in the world for under $1 million

A few years ago, it was still unheard of for consumers to shell out $1,000 for a single product, but thanks to the rise of online sales, this is no longer the case.

Now, the price for a luxury beauty product is set at around $1m, according to new research from beauty site Beauty.com.

Beauty.com found that the most expensive luxury beauty products were: 1.

Lancôme’s Aveda Brow ($1,400)2.

Clinique’s Cover Girl Brow ($850)3.

Maybelline’s Brow Elixir ($900)4.

CoverGirl’s Voluminous Brow ($2,000)5.

Revlon’s Volumizing Brow ($3,300)6.

L’Oreal’s Pressed Mascara ($1.7m)7.

MAC Cosmetics’ Eyeshadow Duo ($1 million)8.

Clinik Cosmetics Beauty Blusher ($1m)9.

Lululemon’s Beauty Blush ($2.4m)10.

Revolting Beauty Brow ($4.5m) According to Beauty.co.uk, the average cost for a cosmetics product is $4,000.

However, when we take into account the many cosmetic brands that are in the same price bracket, the difference becomes even more striking.

In comparison, the top 10 most expensive beauty products are:1.

Benefit Cosmetics Eye Color (0.6 million)2, Benefit Cosmetica Eye Cream (0,566,500)3, Clinique Beauty Blushes (0)4, MAC Cosmetics Liquid Eye Creams (0), MAC Cosmatics Eye Blush (0.)5, Revlon Cosmetics Lipstick Duo (0 million)6, MAC Beauty Blushers (0).7, Bobbi Brown’s Mascaras (0m)8, Sephora’s Luxe Lipstick in Black (0 m)9, Bobbio Brown’s Lipstick ($1 m)10, MAC Brow in Black ($3.6 m) As for the top 50 most expensive makeup products, they’re:1) L’Oréal’s Porefessional ($1 billion)2) CoverGirl Brow Elixir (0 to 5 million)3) Clinique Voluminously Browed (0 – 5 million)(7.5 to 10 million)4) MAC Volumin, Voluminosity, Volumize Brow (0-10 million)5) Lush Cosmetics Volumino ($7.2 million)The best beauty brands under $500Source ABC News: Beauty.org