Well hello, I hope you had a great weekend.
I've never tried to hide the fact that I'm a lover of more higher end cosmetics. 
Dior, Tom Ford, Chanel... I love them all.

That does not mean though that there are not gems to be found at places like Target or CVS though. 
When I was a teenager in the late 90's. Department store makeup and drug store makeup were WORLDS apart. That's so far from the case now, though. 

In fact there are some new releases and soon to be released drug store products that I'm just itching to get my hands on.  Today, I'm going to show them to you. if you've already tried any of these, please tell me what you think.

                                 Pantene Intense Rescue Shots

So, these have been available in Brazil for a few years. Supposedly, Giselle is a regular user of them. 

                                 L'Oreal Unlimited Mascara

The deal with this one is that you decide if you'll want the formula to be lengthening or thickening. You can change it with every use.

                       Number 7 Match Made Custom Drops

This is something that's been around in the high end world for a few years. I'm glad to see it make it to the mass market. If you have a foundation that you love where the shade is just not a match you can add a few drops of this to lighten or darken it. You can literally create your own custom shade.

                 Wet n wild ICON eye shadow palette

Back in the day, Wet n'wild was low end even by drug store standards. In the past 5-6 years, that's all changed. Their quality now rivals much ,ore expensive brand. No lie, I have a few Wet n' Wild palettes that I liked 1000% than a Tom Ford quad that cost 700% more.

TRESemme' Smoothing Sheets

I have very thick, frizz prone hair. Add that to the fact that I live 1/8 of a mile from the Ocean. April through late September, its frizz city for me.
These individually wrapped sheets can go in your purse, gym bag, desk drawer. 

                                   Revlon One Step Hair Dryer

This came out back around January, I believe. I got mine two weeks ago. I do not know how I got by without it. Its a portable salon quality blow out. 
its also perfect for freshening up second (or third ) day hair. A quick look at numerous YouTube reviews shows that this blows (pun intended) away the $699 version by Dyson.

Are there any drug store tools or products that you love? If so, please let me know!

Make this week beautiful! 



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