Be sure to discuss the results of these categories in the comments! I’m eager to hear how much you agree with the results, or if you feel like the winner was not deserving at all!
Best Lipstick of 2008
Best Foundation of 2008
Best Face Primer of 2008
Best Facial Moisturizer of 2008
Best Makeup Remover of 2008
Best Body Scrub of 2008
MAC Lipstick is *THE* lipstick to own with a commanding 44% of votes to nail first place. MAC’s new Cremesheen lipsticks were in second place with 25% of votes. NARS Lipstick, despite being voted some of the worst lipsticks in a recent Hit List post on Temptalia, took third place with 9% of votes.
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Make Up For Ever HD replaces MAC Studio Fix Fluid as your top foundation of the year, with 18% of the vote. But don’t despair, Studio Fix Fluid still holds second place with 15% of votes, while its powder counterpart comes in third with 14% of votes.
Smashbox Photo Finish continues its winning streak with 34% of you lovin’ it as your primer of choice. MAC’s Prep + Prime (Face) captured 23% of votes making it second in this category. Make Up For Ever’s Primer falls in third with 10% of votes.
Olay/Oil of Olay squeaked into first place just barely, with a mere four votes separating it from second place winner Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Gel/Lotion. In third place was Cetaphil, a solid and dermatologist-recommend choice. The voting in this category was particularly skewed, with no one nominee receiving more than 14% of total votes.
If you thought the race was tight between Facial Moisturizers, it was even closer in this category! Lancome Bi-Facil beat out MAC Makeup Remover Wipes by 2 votes. TWO! Bi-Facil takes first place, with MAC’s Removing Wipes come in second. Cilnique’s Take the Day Off comes in third, only slightly behind the two front runners.
St. Ives Apricot Scrub is the favorite body scrub of 25% of you. Bath & Body Works’ Scrubs takes second place with 16% of votes. MAC’s limited edition Volcanic Ash Exfoliator comes in third place with 14% of votes.