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While watching some of the music industry's biggest names parade down the Grammy Awards red carpet in haute couture, it's easy to get caught up in the opulence of it all—and to assume that their beauty looks are as luxurious as they look. But consider that notion debunked: Even Beyoncé was wearing drugstore makeup literally from head to toe. The truth of the matter is that many of the best makeup artists in the biz swear by wallet-friendly products just as much as we do and have proven time and again that price point has nothing to do with the final result. (For more evidence, just look at all the drugstore makeup that was used at the Golden Globes.)
So without further ado, we're counting down the best affordable hair, makeup, and even skincare products you saw on your screen while watching the Grammy Awards last night. Nothing is over $9—so go ahead and add it all to cart.
Camila Cabello wore this ultra-nourishing pigmented lip oil, courtesy of makeup artist Allan Avendaño.
Much of Beyoncé's amazing golden glow came courtesy of this metallic eye shadow. Makeup artist Sir John dusted it all over the singer's face before adding even more along her cheekbones.
No surprises here: Katy Perry was rocking her own makeup collab with Covergirl. Makeup artist Anthony H. Nguyen actually used two different shades of this lipstick to get the perfect berry hue: Crimson Cat and REDdy to Pounce.
While this isn't technically from a drugstore, it's worth noting that Chrissy Teigen's entire look came courtesy of Sephora's quality namesake collection, which happens to be extremely forgiving on the wallet to boot. Consider this mask, which makeup artist Patrick Ta used to prep the model's skin.
$5 for Tori Kelly's signature curls? We'll take it in bulk.