21 MORE Drugstore Beauty Tips

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21 MORE Drugstore Beauty Tips

Happy Sunday, ladies! I hope yours got off to a good start. Today is Father’s Day here in the States, and what better way to celebrate than with a post highlighting something dads often preach: fiscal responsibility. 🙂

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Here are 21 more drugstore beauty tips to help keep that budget on track.

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  3. Dove Beauty Bar: A drugstore beauty staple for generations, it’s always there in a pinch.
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  5. Nadinola Cocoa Butter Cream: It’s hard to believe, but this highly-rated moisturizer often sells for under $1!
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  7. Maybelline Dream Liquid Mousse Foundation: Some beauty tips actually warn AGAINST a product, like this one does for a popular drugstore foundation.
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  9. Sally Hansen No Chip Polish: I love chips, but not on my nails. 🙂 In this post Blogger Vanessa gives a glowing 5/5 review to a can’t-miss $4 nail polish.
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  11. Biore Skin Preservation Line: Here’s a look at a drugstore skin care line for women 25-35, with skin that’s out of the “acne/breakout” phase but not yet ready for wrinkle fighters or thicker night creams/moisturizers.
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  13. Sonia Kashuk Blending Sponge: Many say this $10 Target tiger works better than other more expensive products for applying, blending and smudging makeup.
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  15. Clairol ColorSeal Weekly Conditioning Gloss: LOL! This blogger took an inadvisable approach to acquiring their favorite moisturizing drugstore conditioner.
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  17. Max Factor Vivid Impact Lip Color: It’s too bad Max Factor decided to stop distribution here in the US next year, but at least they’re giving us some time to snag highly rated products like this one before pulling the plug.
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  19. V05 Herbal Escapes Hair Conditioner: Here’s another vote for shampooing with conditioner alone, in this case with a $1.25 conditioner available almost everywhere.
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  21. Three Top Drugstore Beauty Products : Here are three budget beauty products this cosmetics industry pro thinks work as well as products costing five times more!
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  23. Dove Ultimate Clear Cool Essentials Deodorant: Bella first thought cucumber-scented deodorant might be weird, but she turned out to be a big fan of this one.
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  25. Almay Smart Shade Concealer: How smart is smart? Well, this smart post explains one particular product with a rather misleading name.
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  27. Bargain Beauty: Raid The Kitchen!: Or, raid the kitchen aisle at your local drugstore, because that’s where most of these products can be found.
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  29. MAX Factor Vivid Impact Eyeshadow Duos: Raging Rouge loves this product’s stubby, cone-shaped applicator sponge (each side of the wand has its own applicator).
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  31. L’Oreal Decrease Eyeshadow Primer: Here’s a product that’s liked by many — but not by the blogger linked to here. Food for thought.
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  33. Revlon SuperLustrous Lipgloss: I like this thorough review with pictures indicating how the product looks with/without flash. Helpful when it comes to judging a gloss.
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  35. Drugstore Skin Care Picks: This post will help you scout out what the best in skin care products are among the rest of the drugstore goods. So helpful!
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  37. Sally Hansen Nail Art Pens: These are an awesome little way to express yourself creatively or celebrate something fun.
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  39. Pretty Feet and Hands Exfoliant Rough Skin Remover: As if the foot rub part isn’t joyful enough, this little drugstore wunderkind helps to soften rough skin on both the hands and feet.
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  41. Covergirl Exact Eyelights Eye Brightening Mascara: This blogger didn’t see proof of the brightening claims, but she still thinks Covergirl has a winner on its hands with Covergirl Exact.
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Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

Karen

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  1. Dao says:

    I got a chance to try the UK version of Dream Liquid Mousse and it’s a dream! To be fair, it’s more of a tinted moisturizer than a foundation but did not give me breakouts. The U.S version is a lot thicker.

    Also, I love the Revlon lip gloss as well. It’s really shiny!
    .-= Dao’s last blog post… Happy Father’s Day and Total Beauty Weekly Web Tour =-.

  2. Tali says:

    The us version of Dream Liquid mousse is thicker and colors are more orangy.

    However neither the uk version (ive been using it for 4 months) or the us version broke me out.. and i have super sensitive skin.

    Me thinks the reviewer had an allergy to the product.. but im sure not everyone will have that reaction! I highly reccomend it as it does give light coverage but a flawless smooth finish!
    .-= Tali’s last blog post… NYX lipsticks from ebay! =-.

  3. Melissa says:

    I’am obssessed with V05 shampoo. It gives me tons and tons of volume, no frizz, and it makes my hair really soft-best part is the price(: I’ am in shock about the whole Max Factor brand shutting down. It is my favorite makeup line-and now I guess I have to start my search for a better maekup line): on a positive note I guess I still have time. Ceathpil is the ultimate HG and I love Revlon lip glosses! Although, they do tend to come off in just 30 minutes…

  4. Citrine says:

    Now I really need to get that whitening strip like today…at least it will make me feel bad about gulping coffee, tea, gatorade as if they are water…

  5. Marmar says:

    On the “Maybelline Dream Liquid Mousse Foundation” – Yuck yuck yuck. I second that blogger. While it didn’t cause me to break out at all, it rubbed off on absolutely everything I touched and I used it conservatively on my face only where coverage is needed. To add, if you even attempt to apply your make-up over it.. DISASTER. It literally crinkled up my bronzer, flaked off my cheek rouge and cause my UV powder to bunch into one spot (it wouldn’t spread evenly). That’s what I get for hitting Walgreens late on a Saturday night. I really advise trying it first if possible.. I’m sticking with Clinique after that experience.
    .-= Marmar’s last blog post… lolz =-.

  6. Nicole15 says:

    Great post! I am in LOVE with the Max Factor Vivid Impact Lipsticks. I got #04 (Pin-up Pink) as an alternative to Saint Germain for my skin tone and it is amazing. Lasts so long on the lips, doesn’t bleed, awesome pigmentation, nice & creamy and not drying to the lips at all. Definitely a MF item people should pick up before the brand is officially off shelves.

  7. Bomi says:

    where can i get the pretty feet and hands exfoliant?
    like any drugstore like cvs or walgreens?

    i love this post so much!!!

  8. mishel says:

    i have to tell ya karen, i freaking HATE that great lash mascara. absolutely hate. i don’t know why it gets so much buzz and continues to do so. the brush is really thin, and only applies a black colour to ur lashes. no volume, no length, no nothing. in fact, just makes ur lashes rather dark and droopy.

    /rant lol

  9. Sarahc says:

    These are so great Karen, thanks a lot!

  10. Martha says:

    There are two kinds of people, one’s that love Maybelilline’s Dream Liquid Foundation and people who hate it. The people who love it really do look airbrushed (it’s true I’ve seen it), the people who hate it look like they have an oil slick on their face. And then there who are third kinds of people who’ve never tried it because they are too pale, that’s me.

  11. Crystal Wacker says:

    I live by Sally Hansen nail polish. I used to have brittle short and thin nails that would bend from weakness. I tried the clear Sally Hansen harden nail polish and in two weeks my nails grew and became stronger. This was amazing! And you can get it at the store around the corner from your house for 6 bucks. Best 6 bucks spent in my life.
    -Crystal Wacker

  12. Tiffany says:

    Great post! I neeeeed those whitestrips!

  13. sher says:

    awww too bad. But I looooove maybelline’s dream liquid mousse! I agree it can be drying but I haven’t noticed any rubbing off. I’m sure it does eventually but it must have not been that obvs. since I didn’t notice anything. The again I used pressed powder over it so set everything 🙂 Ive been using it the past few months
    .-= sher’s last blog post… Reader Request: Cat Eyes FOTD =-.

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