Buying makeup is definitely an addiction and whether I’m at Sephora or CVS, I can’t really stop myself. I spend a lot of time discussing and reviewing high end makeup, but today I wanted to show some love to some of the best budget beauty buys that won’t break the bank.
Wet n Wild MegLast Lipstick| I don’t know why it took me so long to discover these lipsticks, but I’m so glad I finally did! They are so pigmented, creamy, and don’t dry out the lips. The great thing about them is that they’re also around $2. I find that a lot of Wet n Wild lipsticks are dupes for MAC lippies so if you don’t want to spend $16 for a lipstick, definitely check out these drugstore alternatives.
Jordana Lip Liners| Again, these products are talked about a lot, but I discovered them just last year in the fall. The retractable lip liners are my favorite because they are really creamy, glide on nicely, and they are super pigmented. I wish they had a larger variety of colors, but the ones they do have are great and last a long time.
Flower Brightening Concealer Pen| Lots of high end brands have highlighting pens (i.e. MAC, YSL, Marc Jacobs, and more) so I’m really glad that drugstore brands are catching up. I generally use the MAC Prep + Prime highlighting pen in Light Boost and wanted to switch things up so I purchased this. It is a good alternative and less expensive. If you purchase this in a lighter shade it will brighten, highlight, and conceal under the eyes. The only thing about Flower is that it is exclusive to Walmart so you can’t find it everywhere.
Bourjois Bronzing Powder| I wish Bourjois was easier to get your hands on in America, but it’s really only found online if you live in the States. Even though this isn’t available in American drugstores, it is cheaper than high end bronzers, but works just as great. Personally, I prefer this over the Too Faced Chocolate Soleil bronzing powder. It is pigmented and blends out beautifully!
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