As much as I love products from high end department stores, I don’t feel the need to splurge on every single little beauty purchase. I have a few products that I’ve used for years that are friendly on the wallet and get the job done. I recently did a mini haul at Wal-Mart for a few beauty essentials I use daily; here are some of my favorite go-to products!
- Neutrogena Makeup Remover
I’ve used this product for the last decade. It’s one of the only things that can get rid of my stubborn eyeliner and mascara that I insist on wearing on a daily basis and it’s strong enough to remove even the darkest lip colors I wear. In addition to using them as a makeup remover, I love using this as a cleansing wipe as well. I packed this in my bag when I went to Coachella this past year and it was a lifesaver being able to cleanse my face in the middle of the desert!
- Garnier Fructis Anti-Humidity Hairspray
Hello, it’s summer, and it’s pretty disgusting out. I haven’t been curling my hair as much since I got a bob (lob?), but when I do, I make sure to use this hairspray. I just stocked up again during my recent Wal-Mart haul so that I can start curling my hair once again!
- Schick® Quattro For Women®
So, I totally have to admit: I used to buy those really cheap $1 BIC razors back in the day. They were okay and somehow I managed to go without any knicks for a while. Then I realized that I really wanted to step up my skincare routine, and that’s where Schick® Quattro For Women® came into play. Schick disposable razors are super budget friendly, give me a super close shave, and give me the confidence to go about my day!
- Cetaphil Moisturizing Lotion
This might be the priciest lotion you can actually buy in a Wal-Mart, but trust me, it’s 100% worth it and still a lot more affordable than a department store buy. I use this lotion year round, it’s strong enough to hydrate my skin in the winter yet light enough to use in the summer.
What are your favorite budget friendly beauty buys?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Schick®. The opinions and text are all mine.