10 Must-Have Makeup Products Under 10 Bucks

I’m in Sephora just as often as the next girl, but I also believe that looking glam doesn’t need to break the bank. There are so many great products out there that don’t deliver a major blow to your wallet. It is possible to find a great product that doesn’t cost a lot. These products might be hiding in the aisles of a drug store, where you would never dare buy a cosmetic product, but nonetheless they exist.  Maybe you’re on a search for such products but don’t even know where’s to start to look. Don’t worry, this list should help you out. Here are ten inexpensive products that are sure to deliver:

1. Milani Amore Matte Lip Creme $9


These lip cremes are probably one of my favorite lip products, and they’re under $10! They’re heavily pigmented, long-lasting, and they don’t get clumpy or dry out. On top of all of that they come in a great selection of shades. I recommend trying out Loved first.

2. Maybelline Baby Skin: Instant Pore Eraser $6.99


This products makes for an amazing primer. It reduces the appearance of pores while also making skin smooth and ready for makeup application. Makeup stays in tact on even the most demanding days. If you like Smashbox’s Photo Finish Primer, I highly recommend this as an inexpensive alternative.


3. Wet n Wild MegaLast Lip Color $1.99


These lipsticks are probably my holy grail of drug store lip products. They’re so inexpensive but do the job— and do it well. Color is long-lasting and feels amazing on your lips. They come in a vast selection of amazing shades.

4. Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge $6.99


I love my Beauty Blender but I have to say this sponge honestly gives it a run for its money. At not even half the price the Miracle Complexion Sponge applies makeup evenly and smoothly. It blends makeup easily and is easy on the face. All that you would want in a sponge.

5. Milani Easy Brow Automatic Pencil $6


Precise and pigmented, the perfect combo for flawless brows. This inexpensive mechanical pencil is perfect for a quick fill or full on brow reconstruction.

6. NYX Born to Glow Liquid Illuminator $7.49


NYX is always good for a home run product, but this one they knocked out of the park. No matter you decide to put it on under or on top of your face makeup it will up your glow game. Another plus is that it doesn’t take much product o obtain such glow, making it long-lasting.

7. L’Oreal Voluminous Carbon Black Volume Building Mascara $7.99


This one is my favorite drugstore mascara. It makes lashes look dark and voluminous without leaving lashes clumpy and dry.

8. E.L.F. Expert Liquid Liner $2


This eyeliner goes on smooth and its deep color creates an eye-popping look. With a fine tip to the brush your liner always comes out sharp and precise.

9. NYX Butter Gloss


These lip glosses feel amazing on the lips. They are soft and not too heavy The pigmentation in them are pretty decent, and they really do last. For the price you really can’t beat them.

10. Maybelline Dream Liquid Mousse Foundation $8.99


I usually wear high-end foundation but I always have a bottle of this foundation within reach. It provides medium coverage and feels great on the face. It stays on throughout the day and takes well to products that I put on top. Their shade options are a bit on the limited side but if you can find one that fits you should definitely give it a shot.

Despite popular belief, beauty doesn’t have to come at a heart-wrenching price. This list proves that. With these products you’ll be sure to get the biggest bang for your buck.

If you want to give any of these products a whirl click on their picture above and order away. Comment and let me know what you think of the products!


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