Budget Beauty Brands To Try During This PandemicRead Time: 4 minutes
Building a make up and skin care collection with high end products is cool. Most of us start off with drug store brands, because they can be reliable staples. No one wants to rely on high end beauty products every time they want a glam look. While most flawless foundation finds are high end beauty brands, there are budget beauty brands that are worth stocking.
NYX Cosmetics is full of budget friendly gems worth purchasing over and over again. Their lip liners, lipsticks, eyeliners, primers, and setting sprays are some of the things that are worth purchasing. You won’t feel like you’re wasting money when new makeup trend comes up. So many looks can be achieved with a NYX lip liner and lippie or one of their many colored eye liners. This is a collection that we definitely can stand by without fear of trying their new releases.
Biore Skincare is a great skincare line without completely breaking the bank. Currently the Rose Charcoal face cleanser is a good buy. It gives the feeling of clean skin without completely stripping everything from the face. This isn’t Biore’s first rodeo with charcoal and previous charcoal products work well also. Their baking soda cleanser gives skin a clean, refreshing feeling. Their products smell incredible as well and they aren’t harsh on the face, just follow up with a good moisturizer.
Urban Skin RX
Urban Skin RX is on the higher end of budget friendly, but their products seem to be worth buying. We haven’t gotten our hands on a lot of the products, but now they are available in Target we can try them out! Snob Queens became interested in the brand when beauty snob, Eva Marcille started to promote it on Instagram. Her results looked stunning and we had to know more about the brand. The citrus smell in the moisturizer can be a bit much for some, but it made the skin feel so luxurious, so we’re hype to try the rest of the line.
Cerave is the skincare brand that is always reliable. Before trying luxe brands: Peter Thomas Roth, Dermalogica, and Kate Somerville Cerave was old faithful. The moisturizing cream has gotten our skin through MANY tough times. It is moisturizing enough for the body but light enough for the face. The cleansers work perfectly with a Clarisonic giving a deep clean and clearing the skin with daily use. Cerave products are totally worth the money, but they don’t offer a line for hyperpigmentation. Other than that they are a budget beauty brand that can definitely get us through this pandemic.
Covergirl Cosmetics grabbed Beauty Snobs attention, with the MatteMade foundation in 40 shades. There was finally a budget friendly foundation that wouldn’t leave a grey cast or so light there would be an uphill battle to blend it with the skin. Everything from the MatteMade collection is dope and a great trainer when learning to apply makeup. MatteMade will also help in achieving the glam look you’re looking for without having to buy expensive brands when they may not be in your budget right now.
Real Techniques are definitely go-to brushes! They are excellent quality for the amount of money you spend on them. These tools are absolute repurchase brushes worth keeping in the make-up collection. They are going to be one of the best investments you make for your face. They won’t shed when you clean them or become hard after long use. There aren’t any other budget beauty brands that hold the same level of quality as Real Techniques.
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