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These are the very basics on what you should spend and save on....I agree with most of it! But it can also vary depending on different situations.
**Also this doesn`t mean you save money and buy the
cheapest thing you can find, or the other way-find the most expensive and purchse it. Meet in the middle and your needs!**
-Foundation- I think this can vary, I have found some great drugstore foundations, however I know that there are better ones for a little more money that can maybe specifically meet your needs.
-Night Cream-If you didn`t know, night creams are researched often, so a lot of time and money is put in them.
-Blush-Now I am not a huge blush fan, so from the ones I have tried(Drugstore) they are pretty sheer when it comes to pigmentation. I also would think that the higher end blushes will have a greater end-look and long lasting
-Makeup Brushes-I truely belive in this one! Now I don`t think you should go to Sephora or MAC and buy their expensive ones, But I do think you should invest in some Sigma, or Sonia Kashuck Brushes, can really change the way your makeup is applied.
-Eyelash Curler-Drustore eyelash curlers work just as well!
-Moisturizer- Find a good reviewed drugstore moisturizer and get it. It will work! plus the night cream?=YAY!
-Makeup Remover-All do the same thing, take off all the makeup
-Liipstick-There are plenty of drugsotre lipsticks that do the same thing as the most popular lipsticks
-Shampoo and Conditoner-Don`t wash your money down the drain. Get some Shampoo and Conditioner at your drugstore! I say no more than 8 bucks a bottle
-Cleanser-Just find a cleanser that works with your skin type!
-Lip Balm-Tell me, how many lip balms to you use or lose in a year. Pretty many right? If you go through them so quick, it only makes sense to not spend a fotune of them. I love EOS lipbalms
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