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Velour Liquid Lipstick by Jeffree Star
Jeffree Star

Velour Liquid Lipstick

4.6 (4482)$18.46
hydrates lipslonglastinglightweightprecise application
Butter Gloss by NYX Professional Makeup
NYX Professional Makeup

Butter Gloss

4.5 (1509)$5.00
hydrates lipslightweightcreamysmooth
Lust Lip Gloss by Pat McGrath Labs
Pat McGrath Labs

Lust Lip Gloss

4.6 (1030)$30.00
hydrates lipslightweightsmoothcreamy
Lipstick by MAC
MAC

Lipstick

4.6 (1992)$19.00
hydrates lipslonglastingsmoothcreamy
Patentpolish Lip Pencil by MAC
MAC

Patentpolish Lip Pencil

4.7 (534)$21.00
longlastingsheerlightweightsmooth
Shine Shine Shine Lipgloss by essence
essence

Shine Shine Shine Lipgloss

4.6 (991)$3.00
not stickyhydrates lipslonglastinglightweight
Power Move Matte Creme Lip Crayon by BITE Beauty
BITE Beauty

Power Move Matte Creme Lip Crayon

4.5 (3140)$24.00
creamysmoothprecise applicationlightweight
Everlasting Liquid Lipstick by KVD Vegan Beauty
KVD Vegan Beauty

Everlasting Liquid Lipstick

4.3 (4261)
longlastinglightweightprecise applicationsmooth
Mattemoiselle Plush Matte Lipstick by Fenty Beauty
Fenty Beauty

Mattemoiselle Plush Matte Lipstick

4.4 (1863)$18.00
lightweightcreamysmoothprecise application
Superstay Matte Ink Liquid Lipstick by Maybelline
Maybelline

Superstay Matte Ink Liquid Lipstick

4.3 (7598)$9.49
longlastinghydrates lipslightweightprecise application
Lip Gloss by Anastasia Beverly Hills
Anastasia Beverly Hills

Lip Gloss

4.4 (2245)$16.00
longlastinglightweightcreamysmooth

Community Posts

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Delainey Fuschetto
OilyOily Skin
What do people think about this product or one similar to it? #lipbalm #lips #makeup
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Lexy Morales
DryDry Skin
I think this one is quite similar to what you’re looking for! Of course only if you’re looking to splurge a little. :)
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Desi D
OilyOily Skin
here’s me without makeup. any recommendations for acne and acne scars? #acne #acnescars #nomakeup
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Miriam Alexis
SensitiveSensitive Skin
Use witch hazel. My sister has pretty bad acne, but since she started using this, it has cleared up a lot. Some of her scarring is going away as well! Also, drink water mixed with apple cider vinegar. It doesn't taste great, but it gives your skin a healthy glow and cleans out a lot of toxins that could be affecting your break outs.
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Desi D
OilyOily Skin
@Miriam Alexis i’ll consider drinking water with apple cider vinegar! thank you! BUT, i’m scared to use witch hazel because i have sensitive skin and i might be allergic to it. I believe so because whenever I would go and get my eyebrows threaded, they would apply witch hazel at the end and I would get these red bumps all over my forehead and eyebrows (the area where they applied it) for not even days, but i’d say about 2 weeks. So i think i’m allergic to it ;( i just don’t get my eyebrows done anymore and i haven’t used it since then! it’s been like 2 years now.
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Bridget Ramsay
CombinationCombination Skin
Has anyone tried shopping for makeup at Marshall’s/TJ Maxx? I went shopping today for some products and there were so many great inexpensive products that I usually spend so much money on—but I’ve heard mixed reviews ie. the makeup is fake, expired, defective, etc. Can anyone offer any insight? Thank you! #shopping #makeup #luxury #drugstore #help #tips
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Alexis Navarro
CombinationCombination Skin
What happens is stores like Sephora and Ulta overstock. They then send the excess makeup to places like tjmax and marshals. Usually the people who price the products at these places don’t know much about makeup prices and mark them down.
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Bridget Ramsay
CombinationCombination Skin
@Alexis Navarro that’s really good to know! I was curious about how TJ Maxx, Marshall’s, and other retailers were getting the products in the first place! I noticed that many of the prices were totally lowballing high end brands (ex. a Kevyn Aucoin highlighter retails for $61, but TJ Maxx charges $17.99 and the label says the product is marked down from $30).