Pink is usually associated with February — Valentine's Day/holiday of love/singles awareness day, etc. — but it's also essential to October, or Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The pink ribbon, a symbol of the cause, inspired us to create a round-up of pink beauty products. Here's a list of our picks.


Bobbi Brown can do no wrong, and this lip gloss trio is proof. For $49, there are three beautiful shades of pink to accent your lips. Be careful — it's limited edition and bound to sell out quickly, so put it in your shopping cart ASAP.

This Topshop lipstick in the color "Pillow Talk" is not only flattering on any skin tone, but it's a classic shade that every girl needs to have in her arsenal.


Viktor and Rolf have a perfume aptly named "Flowerbomb." With essences of different blooms and a stunning, jewel-like bottle, it's a must-buy.


Twice the Sex = twice the mascara. This duo by Too Faced comes with the cult classic "Better than Sex" mascara, and a travel sized-version, too. Ditch the fake lashes and add this to your "to buy" list.

NARS is known for their long-lasting products, and this shadow in "Andromeda" is no exception. The shade may look like a ballerina pink in the compact, but it goes on sheer to leave your lids with the perfect layer of sparkle. Apply it dry or wet, depending on the intensity you're looking for.


Need an excuse to snag this palette? It's cheaper than buying each shade individually, which we know we'd eventually do anyway ... can you say financial responsibility? This Tarte set gives you five blush shades that will flatter every skin type. It's perfect for people who like to mix shades or take looks from day to night. The versatility is sure to make it your go-to.


Smith and Cult is an up-and-coming brand that beauty editors can't stop chatting about. This shade, "City of Compton," is a neon rose so eye-catching that even pink naysayers won't be able to resist. Time to schedule your next mani-pedi.


This little lifesaver is in every makeup guru's toolkit. The pink sponge blends foundation, tinted moisturizer and any other complexion product flawlessly. It's simple to use and gives skin an airbrushed, professional look.

To maximize makeup's benefits, it's important to create a clean base: good skin. The Clairsonic is a bit pricey, coming in at $99, but the rotating and vibrating brush makes it worth the cost. After cleansing with this, your face will feel completely refreshed and renewed.

Last but not least is the trusty set of tweezers. The pink color pops, making it easy to find in your makeup bag. Who knows when you'll need to shape your brows on the go?