Ep 140 You Won’t Believe These #DamnGood Under $15 Beauty Finds

October 21, 2020

Does our Breaking Beauty #Fam love a deal or what? We’ve gone deep in the drugstore aisles this season to round up the latest cheap thrills and get this: every #damngood product we recommend is under $15!! Starting with two contenders to treat maskne and irritation, you’ll hear about a new K-Beauty pimple patch that can be worn beneath makeup, along with a buzzy hydrogel face mask that’s designed to be worn under PPE. Is it a gimmick or a great? Jill asks her friend Bethany – who’s an actual ER nurse – to put it to the test!

Glossier’s new Body Hero campaign stars women of the WNBA

Plus, has Carlene found dupes for Sol De Janeiro Fragrance-Free Body Cream and Rare Beauty’s Pinch Liquid Blush? You betcha. She also discovers a skincare-infused undereye concealer that you might decide to trade in your eye cream for. Another great tubing mascara that costs less than your Starbucks order, Glossier’s new enviro-friendly exfoliating soap bar (with a campaign that’s giving us all the feels) and the one Instagram-worthy hand sanitizer – you’re not going to want to miss this money-saving, skin-craving, dope ass episode!

Carlene finally found the perfect shade for dark brown brows! Maybelline Brow Extensions in Deep Brown

Carlene’s fave new budget finds

Products Mentioned In This Episode:

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Hum Nutrition

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