Four money-saving makeup tricks you should try today

U.S. consumers spent over $89 billion in 2018 on fragrances, cosmetics and personal care products. Some sources say that the average woman will spend approximately $15,000 on cosmetics in her lifetime. While those figures are staggering, most of us try to get the most out of every product we buy, including makeup.
If you have a nearly empty tube of lipstick in a drawer or are looking for creative ways to turn your products into multitasking wonders, the following tutorial offers some great advice. You’ll learn how to use bronzer and gel eyeliner in innovative ways. You’ll also discover the secret to saving money on application tools.
- Lipstick
- Metal mixing palette and spatula
- Lip brush
- Bronzer
- Fluffy cheek brush
- Blending brush
- Brown gel eyeliner
- Small eyeliner brush
- Angled brow brush
- Small, flat paint brush
- Eye shadow
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1. Use a metal spatula to remove a small amount of lipstick from the tube. Place the decanted lipstick onto a metal mixing palette, and then use the lip brush to apply the product to your lips.
2. Apply bronzer to the upper portion of your cheek with a fluffy cheek brush. Use a blending brush to apply bronzer to the crease of your eyelid. This will give the eye more dimension.
3. Dip the eyeliner brush into the gel eyeliner, and then apply it to the upper waterline below the lashes. This “tightlining” technique will make your lashes look fuller without minimizing lid space. Switch brushes and dip the angled brow brush into the gel eyeliner. Carefully brush the product through your brows to make them look fuller.
4. Reduce the likelihood of eye shadow fallout by applying pigment with a small, flat paint brush. The small head easily reaches tight spaces without depositing pigment onto unintended areas.
Stay pretty!

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