27 Mar 2017

April Drugstore Beauty Picks

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Many of my favorite makeup and hair products are conveniently available in familiar drugstores. For this post, I thought it would be fun to put together some of my current favorite drugstore beauty products. These are products I’ve recently tried and some I’ve used for quite awhile. They work, they’re cheap, and I buy them on repeat. Can’t beat that!

Favorite Drugstore Shampoo & Conditioner

Long hair care requires some work if you want your hair to stay strong and healthy. I’ve posted a few times about how I care for my long hair. I have long hair that tends to get oily quickly. Even though my hair is oily it still requires hydration to keep it in top shape. I usually stick to a few well-loved products but lately, I’ve been branching out and trying some new shampoo and conditioners. Recently, I tried Finesse Restore + Strengthen Moisturizing Shampoo and Conditioner. c/o of Finesse. I loved the smell and lightweight hydration of this product. My hair feels hydrated but not heavy after using this set.

Favorite Drugstore Foundation

One of my favorite long-wearing foundations is the Fit Me! Matte + Poreless foundation from Maybelline. I’ve used this foundation on and off for about a year or so and I love it. I don’t wear foundation every day but when I do, I find I grab this one up knowing it will go on smooth and leave my skin looking poreless.

Favorite Drugstore Lipstick

One of my go-to favorite lipsticks is the Covergirl Oh Sugar! lipstick in shade Candy. The Oh Sugar line is a lightweight formula with a hint of color that perfectly suits a natural makeup look.

Favorite Drugstore Mascara

The Covergirl Bombshell Mascara has been a go-to of mine for a long time. The formula is smooth, long-lasting, clump-free, and leaves my lashes looking full but natural.

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