6 Weekend Makeup Essentials Under $15
Post-Thanksgiving food comas can be rough, but step away from the leftover pie! It’s time to enjoy the holiday weekend in style. You’re probably hyped up from all the amazing deals you scored on Black Friday, so it’s the perfect time to get out of your parents’ house and enjoy a night on the town. Your makeup look should reflect the casual vibe of the holiday weekend, but still look amazing in the event that you run into an old fling. Here are six weekend makeup essentials, all $15 and under, perfect for Thanksgiving weekend.
FRIDAY NIGHT POST-BLACK FRIDAY SHOPPING
Whether you’re catching up with old pals or purposefully running into your high school sweetheart tonight, tread carefully and get your pout pretty with some LOC Vibrant Matte Lipstick ($10). The light pink and beige shade called First Kiss should be perf. You’re probably already blushing, so play that up with the Soap and Glory Love at First Blush Brick ($15) to give your cheeks a bit more highlighted color.
SATURDAY NIGHT O.U.T WITH OLD FRIENDS
You never know who you’ll run into when you’re out dancing, so you’ll want to look especially fab tonight. Get selfie-ready with Revlon PhotoReady Eye Art Lid+Line+Lash ($8) in Cobalt Crystal. It’s a cream shadow on one side and a sparkly shadow on the other, so you can create a seriously dramatic look. Finish your eyes with the Sephora Collection Lashcraft Length and Volume Mascara ($12). It has a handy flat paddle shape so you can create some serious lift with your lashes.
YOUR BRUNCH WITH BESTIES LOOK
Wait, more food? You can probably at least make room for eggs and toast at brunch this Sunday. Get some glow back into your skin after your night out with the Sonia Kashuk Chic Luminosity Highlighter Stick ($11). If you’re traveling today, your lips will appreciate the TONYMOLY Delight Tony Tint ($6). It will stay put all day, even in the world’s longest security line.
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