I thought it might be fun to grab what I consider my top ten products under $10. I’ve probably talked about some of these before, but I thought it would be worth to mention them again in a separate post so you can look for some of these great values when you’re out shopping. Some of these prices may vary a bit depending on where you get them, so just keep that in mind. What are some great deals under $10 you’ve seen recently?
Neutrogena MoistureSmooth Color Stick in the shade Bright Berry, $8.49
This is a great moisturizing product, and this shade is like “your lips, but better.” It adds great color and shine, as well as moisture for at least a couple hours.
Physician’s Formula Concealer Twins, $7.99
This is one of my new holy grail products, oh my gosh. I love that it has two concealers in it because the yellow side hides my dark circles and the pink side blends well into my foundation.
NYX Powder Blushes in the shades Summer Peach (bottom) and Bourgeois Pig, $5.99
I love both of these blushes, and I’m excited to try other NYX powder blushes in the future. They give off great color, and it can be either light color or you can build it up to be more intense.
NYX Shadow Palette in the shade Sex Bomb Femme Fatale, $7.49
This is a nice palette for a good price to achieve a wide variety of looks. I know NYX came out with a few other palettes recently, so if you don’t want such a bold look, maybe check those out instead. The shadows are nice and they have good lasting power when using a primer under them.
NYX Tea Tree Blotting Paper, $5.99
I have combination skin, and these are a great product to use in the afternoon or whenever I feel I need a touchup. They work great, and I would definitely recommend them for someone who gets oily patches on their skin throughout the day.
Maybelline Color Tattoos in the shades Fierce & Tangy, Inked in Pink, Painted Purple and Pomegranate Punk, $6.99
I love these! I was skeptical about them at first, but now I really like them. I like to use them as a shadow base on top of a primer, and I usually put some shadow on top. These color tattoos really make eye shadows pop and make them more multi-dimensional, which looks really cool. There is a huge variety of shades, so that’s also really nice. I look forward to picking more up in the future.
Maybelline Color Tattoo Pure Pigments in the shades Wild Gold and Breaking Bronze, $6.99
I also like these pure pigments from the color tattoo line. I like to put primer and maybe one of the regular color tattoos on first, and then these colors just pop like crazy. They have a lot of dimension to them, and they’re just very light and pretty. I wish there was a little more color selection in the line (there are mostly just different shades of brown), but the formula is really nice so I’d recommend these.
NYX HD High Definition Eye Shadow Base, $7
This is a great eye shadow primer! I used to use the Urban Decay Eye Primer Potion, but that’s just so expensive and I think this works just as well if not better than that. It has a slight tint to it, but you don’t notice it once you blend it in. I also put a little bit under my eyes to help my concealer and foundation stay, and it works great for that as well.
L’Oreal Voluminous Carbon Black Mascara, $7.99
I love this mascara because it’s an intense black that gives me great length and volume. I use this mascara almost every day, and it really stays put without flaking or clumping.
L’Oreal Lash Out Butterfly Mascara, $7.99
This mascara works great for really getting my lashes to fan out and get great volume and curl. The brush is very unique, and I like it.