Health & Beauty
Get Luxe Hair and Makeup Looks for Less
We dared ourselves to recreate celebrity hairstyles and makeup looks that normally cost hundreds of dollars using only drugstore beauty products. Did we succeed?
Approximate primping time: 10 minutes total
What she used:
For her hair:
Vidal Sassoon 1 inch Nano Ceramic Styling Iron, $19.95
Pantene Pro-V Ice Shine Hairspray, $4.99
For her makeup:
Aveeno Positively Radiant Daily Moisturizer, $14.89
Boots Perfect Light Pressed Powder, $11.99
CoverGirl Classic Color Blush in Rose Silk, $5.49
Milani Tantastic Face and Body Baked Bronzer, $8
Max Factor Eyeshadow, $3.99
Almay Liquid Liner, $7.37
L'Oreal Extra Volume Collagen Mascara, $7.99
Revlon Matte Lipstick in Pink About It, $7.99
Her thoughts: I chose the look because the lipstick shade just screamed "summer lovin'" to me. It seemed like a flirty and sexy look that I could pull off fast. I just love bright hues on tan skin tones.
The makeup look was super easy. Just brushed on the brown eye shadow, threw on some liquid liner and coated my lashes in multiple coats of mascara. Then blushed and bronzed my cheeks and put on the lipstick.
The hair on the other hand was a bit hard only because I had trouble getting volume in my pouf on top and making it even and not lopsided. I think if I had spent more time on it and used bobby pins as opposed to a hair clip, this would have been avoided (lesson learned).
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