YAS! It’s daylight savings time weekend, meaning you’ll have an extra hour to enjoy your time O.U.T. on Saturday (or sleep in on Sunday). Before you fall back in time, get ready for cocktails, a little dancing and some *serious pancakes* while sporting some stylish weekend beauty looks. These weekend makeup essentials are all under $15, so you’ll still have enough cash left over for bottomless mimosas at brunch. Cheers!



You’ve made it through a long week — we totally get it. Even though the couch is calling, don’t give up yet! In less than two minutes, you can freshen up your look with Rimmel London Super Speed Volume Flash Mascara ($4). Your lashes will be clump-free and your eyes will look wide awake. Complete your makeup routine with a smidgen of Chosungah 22 So Tiny Lip & Cheek Face Color ($14). It’s travel-sized, so you can throw it in your makeup bag Friday morning and easily touch up your cheeks with the gorg violet shade. You can use it to pretty up your lips too. It’s Friday and you’ve got nothing to pout about ;)



Enjoy a fun and crazy night on the town, but don’t forget that the clocks turn back at 2am. You’ll really shine for whatever you’ve got planned after applying some L’Oréal Infallible Silkissime Eyeliner ($9). Why not try a daring cobalt blue color to brighten up your lids? After that, put on some Soap & Glory Sexy Mother Pucker Lip Gloss ($10) and celebrate your plump pout. You’re all business when the universe throws you extra time to party, right?!



Go ahead and set that clock back one hour this morning! You’ll show up to brunch looking super rested thanks to just a hint of highlighter. Try applying the Butter London On the Glow Pen ($12) directly on your brow bone to help your eyes glow. Follow it up with some BeYu Hydro Star Volume Lipstick ($15). It’s mega hydrating and will add some life back to your parched lips. The beautiful shade will set the perfect tone for a rosy week ahead.

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