There's nothing more exciting for a beauty aficionado than discovering which makeup and skincare products the rich and famous use. From Snapchat to Instagram, celebs these days are regularly sharing their latest must haves and tried-and-true favorites (we're looking at you, Kylie).
While they have access and the means to take on a $1200 Sephora haul, celebs also know the value of an affordable find. In fact, these gorgeous women have shared products they love that are wallet-friendly at under $10. Yup, you read that correctly—some of these stars even favor skincare essentials that cost less than a latte. Celebs, they're just like us! Right? We know you're curious to read what these thrifty finds are that keep them looking red carpet–ready at all times. So, keep scrolling to see the affordable beauty products celebrities swear by.
The Victoria's Secret model shared her pick for removing her makeup and sprucing up midday. "I love Burt's Bees makeup wipes. They smell nice and are perfect to always have in your bag with you," she tells Harper's Bazaar.
Earlier this year, Kylie shared her favorite primer on Snapchat and had everyone on social media buzzing. Why? Because she uses a men's post-shave balm to prep her flawless complexion before applying makeup. That's just one more reason to follow the youngest Jenner—she's a wealth of beauty hacks.
Last year we saw how much Emma Roberts loved her Eos Lip Balm ($3), but more recently, the actress shared her affinity for the brand by sharing her newest favorite from the brand on Instagram. From the looks of it, she's not the only one in her house who approves of the moisturizing lotion—her adorable pup does too.
It's no secret that Kim Kardashian West loves her makeup products (remember that 50-step contouring situation?!). She recently shared her skincare regimen, which is more edited and filled with the most luxe formulas. But one surprisingly affordable pick stood out, and it happened to be makeup-remover wipes. "1st I scrub with these wipes! #Obsessed," she captioned the Snapchat of her Kiko Milano wipes.
Last fall, we talked beauty secrets with the stunning Priyanka Chopra. The actress shared that she keeps her lips moisturized and loves a hint of color. "For me, it's all about keeping my lips moisturized, so I can't live without my lip balm," she explained. "I like to use something with a hint of color—Burt's Bees (the one with the hint of red color) and Maybelline's Baby Lips in Grape Vine ($4), are my go-tos, currently."
With the jet-setting life that model Kendall Jenner has, it's rare that she's ever home. But when she is, Kylie's older sister loves to indulge when it comes to her bath routine. She shared a post on her site that outlined her bath essentials, including this classic drugstore gel.
"I am constantly rotating my mascaras," the actress told us. "But I love L'Oréal's Voluminous Waterproof Mascara ($8) because you can really layer it on for tons of volume and length. I've learned from makeup artists to bury the wand in the base of your lashes, make it vibrate a little, then pull it up."
By now, we all know how awesome oils can be. Award-winning actress Lupita Nyong'o is an avid avocado oil user, and she tells InStyle, "This is what I use to wash off my makeup. It's gentle and natural, and my skin tends to be pretty dry, so I need the extra oil."
Stewart told us that she always has Burt’s Bees Lip Balm ($4) on hand, but knows the power of this editor favorite's versatility. "Aquaphor is the most hardcore moisturizer," she says. "You can even use it for tattoo care."
We see a growing trend among celebs who love a solid set of drugstore wipes. Actress Lucy Hale knows how important it is to remove makeup before going to bed, and she swears by the towelettes synonymous with Neutrogena. She tells Into the Gloss, "At the end of a long day, wiping my makeup off and feeling so clean, it's the best feeling in the world. And Neutrogena Makeup Remover Wipes can take anything off without irritating me."
Do you share a favorite under-$10 beauty product with any of these celebs? Tell us in the comments!
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