It's no secret that I love bargains...and the 5 under $5 is tag going around online right now so I thought I'd join in the fun too! I don't think I could really just narrow the list down to only 5 items under $5...so this may be a re-occurring series. But these 5 I currently use on a very regular basis so I think it's a good place to start!
1. Nail Polish by Julie G: I absolutely LOVE these! You can find them at the drugstore for less than $3...they are very opaque (meaning lots of color!) An you can almost get away with one coat! They go on smooth and wear long. Go snag some, you'll be happy you did!
2. Liner and brow brushes from the craft store: Yep. I've mentioned this tip numerous times before and I will keep shouting it from the rooftops! Those liner and brow brushes you're paying so much for are the same things you find in the detail painting section of the craft store! They work just as well at a fraction of the price...I've paid as little as $0.50 but never more than a buck or two.
3. NYC Smooth Skin Bronzer in Sunny: less than $3 at Target and worth far more! This matte bronzer is great for daily basic contour and adds a lovely sun-kissed glow! It's not packed with red, so you won't look like an oompa-loompa! I'm on my 4th one at the moment and even keep this in my pro kit now.
4. Rimmel Scandaleyes liners: these guys are around $4 and are so smooth and creamy! They glide on easy and smudge out great, but once they set they're there to stay! Waterproof creamy liners for under $5?! Yes please! The nude one I love for the water line for a wide-eyed look.
5. WetnWild Megalast lipsticks: Are you tired about hearing about this? Sorry (not sorry)...but these are just worth so much more than the $2 they charge! Pigment packed and super long wearing...and tons of amazing shades!
What about you? Any products you love that are under $5? Let me know, I want to try them! By the way, do you follow me on Instagram and Vine? Follow @polishandpout and see my magic trick that goes with this post ;)
Cheers to Deals, Steals, and 5 Dollar Bills,