Considering you've found yourself here on Byrdie UK, it's safe to say you probably have at least a faint interest in the world of beauty. But just how obsessed are you? The more dedicated amongst us will be the types to get up at the crack of dawn to join a digital queue of hopefuls looking to get their hands on the latest celebrity beauty range. Their brain will hold an encyclopedia of the world's most iconic beauty products. A true addict will have Cult Beauty, Feel Unique and Look Fantastic bookmarked to the top of Google Chrome, and they'll have a bathroom cabinet to rival the aisles of Boots.
Sound like you? Well, we've devised a wholly scientific (not really) formula to work out just how obsessed with beauty you are. Click through to the gallery below of iconic beauty products every self-respecting beauty obsessive will have tried, keeping track of how many you've owned over your lifetime. Tot up your score and at the end, and we'll tell you just how much of a beauty obsessive you truly are.
Remember when tubes of Lip Smacker balm were just as collectible at Pokémon cards?
Whether you use yours as a highlighter, or to brighten dark circles, this pen is nothing short of magical.
Were you someone that bought Chanel's cult-favourite jade nail polish when it first launched? Or were you there along with the rest of us desperately scouring eBay for a bottle that didn't cost upwards of £150?
To be fair, any of the Naked palettes count here.
You'll still find this hairspray in the backstage kits of hairstylists worldwide. That's how revered it is.
Name a more iconic duo than the Kyle lip pencil and liquid lipstick—we'll wait.
It'll sort any cuts, scrapes or bruises, and one tube will last you ages.
Did you only buy into the Glossier dream when it finally landed on UK shores this year? Or are you the kind of obsessive who has been getting friends to ship it over from NYC since it first launched?
Don't kid yourself: This is still your favourite perfume and you wish you never lost that blingy chain.
If the smell of this cult body oil doesn't transport you to that summer holiday back in '03, then do you even like beauty products?
No school disco look was complete without a swipe of Barry M's glitter eye shadow across the eyelids. Of course, we could have gone for a nice flattering pink shade, but for some reason, mint green (or an icy blue) always came up.
There's a good reason ANR continues to receive countless beauty awards and has become a mainstay in the bathroom cabinets of beauty editors worldwide: It works. But you already knew that, right?
They were the guest of honour at all sleepovers during our teenage years and yes, we know we're not supposed to still use them, but in all honesty, they're a Godsend when you get in from a night out. The lesser of two evils, we reckon.
Any beauty obsessive knows that if you want completely seamless foundation without even a whisper of a tide mark, you need a damp Beautyblender—and you need it fast.
With its chic packaging, high-quality scientifically-proven ingredients and somewhat cavalier approach to pricing, the hype around The Ordinary doesn't seem to be petering out anytime soon. We're guessing your bathroom cabinet is full of the stuff.
Ah, nail wraps—they were fun while they lasted. While their no-mess approach to nail colour was well-intentioned, we've never met anyone who actually managed to keep a whole set in place for any longer than an hour.
One of the most user-friendly makeup inventions of its time, we've been scribbling our eyes, cheeks and lips with Chubby Sticks since we can remember.
Even if you only bought it for the 'gram, we've all experienced slinking into a Lush-infused bath tub.
While the aforementioned bottle of J.Lo Glow was whipped out for special occasions (birthday parties, hanging out in the park, etc), White Musk was the scent for everyday use. In fact, if you were anything like us, you'd habitually drench your clothes in the stuff every single morning.
Yes, you have a bit of a penchant for perfumes, and you just about know Ouai your from your Oribe, but it doesn't feel like you're that dedicated to the cause. We recommend you brush up on everything there is to know about The Ordinary, keep a close eye on the new beauty products landing on the Byrdie beauty desk and make a note of the products industry insiders really rate.
Okay, okay, you've got a little more dedication to the beauty cause and we can see that. If you're missing a few products from your checklist because of their price, you should know that not all good things come with bumper price tags—we've done the leg work and found the best drugstore mascaras, cleansers and skincare products to prove it to you.
Woah, and there we were thinking we had an obsession. It's evident you're pretty clued up when it comes to iconic beauty products. You know which beauty bandwagons to jump on to, and which to avoid. Our advice for you: Sign up to join our Facebook community, The British Beauty Line, so you can share your expert knowledge with the rest of us.