VV Must Have: 5 Beauty Tools Under $20
Beauty products are so costly these days, it's hard to kind great products at reasonable price. How about a revolutionary eyelash curler, a line of brushes and the ultimate brow product all for under $20? Sound good? We've compiled a list of 5 must have beauty products that won't break the bank!
We've all curled our locks with a curling iron, but what about curling your eyelashes with a mini curler? If you've ever heated your metal eyelash curler with a blow dryer, you'll love this product. Japonesque created a revolutionary product that doesn't pinch and break your lashes like traditional eyelash curlers. You'll find your lashes keep their flirty curl all day with or without mascara.
2. Real Technique's Brush Sets $17.99
If you're reluctant about dropping $30 on a single brush from a department store, then Real Technique brushes are for you. The Real Technique's line was created by UK based makeup artist and YouTube sensation Samantha Chapman, who also offers tutorials on how to use each and every brush. You can feel good about the money you're spending and the brushes you're buying (all the brushes are 100% cruelty free). Check out the core set, the travel essentials, or the starter kit, all for under $20.
3. Face Secrets Cotton Tip Applicators $2.59
Regular q-tips are too bulbous to be as precise as you need when you're perfecting your makeup. These cotton tip applicators from Face Secrets are a must have! Use the pointed side to create the perfect winged liner, and the flat side for smudging liner on the bottom lash line. The great thing is they are packaged in a plastic container so you won't lose them or have to put them in a zip-top bag.
If you're keen on using a pencil to fill in sparse areas on your brows, you know the perils of sharpening a thick pencil liner. Cut out the busy work and invest in Anastasia's skinny pencil, the retractable pencil and the tiny, precise tip will leave you wondering how you ever groomed your brows without it. Use the conveniently placed brush on the opposite end to smooth any lines.
5. Goody Microfiber Brush $11.29
Waiting for sopping wet hair to air dry is torture, and using a rough towel or hot blow dryer is too damaging to the hair. Enter the Goody microfiber Quikstyle brush. It's a large paddle brush with absorbent microfiber cloth between its teeth. Essentially it's a towel and brush all in one that promises to cut down drying time by 30%.