Health Beauty Awards: 13 best makeup products
24, 2013 12:30 PM PDT Loading… JD / Reefshots / Splash News Sisters Kourtney Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian Odom may favor super luxe handbags, but inside those pricey purses are budget-friendly products. Many of their go-to beauty buys are under $20, the Daily Mail reports. For hair, the gals love Moroccanoil , which they say helps to smooth their tresses and “makes it so soft.” Another oil the pair swears by is the classic Bio Oil , which they slather on from head to toe. The bargain product, which rings in at just under $20, helps prevent wrinkles and stretch marks.
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Study: Young Women Aren’t Actually Using That Many Beauty Products
The pointy tip allows you to reach the inner corners of your eyes with precision, and the ultra-creamy texture blends in easily without tugging at delicate under-eye skin, says Gerstein. Lip balm Nivea Lip Butter ($4; at mass retailers) The buttery formula works; Gerstein uses it to prep lips before she applies red or other strong colors, which make any speck of dryness obvious. Eye shadow This multitasker smoothes skin, neutralizes uneven tone, and cuts rednessand it lasts. “Unevenness on my cheeks usually reappears as makeup fades, but it didn’t with this,” says Blitzer.
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(Seriously, we have a problem.) But while we all seem to be buying more beauty products than ever, are we actually using more beauty products? StumbleUpon recently conducted a nationwide survey about women’s hair, skin and beauty routines and came to an interesting conclusion: We’re not actually doing as much gussying up as we thought: In a study of women ages 18-25, 67 percent said they use 0-3 products in their morning hair and beauty routine. In contrast, 20 percent said they use 4-7 products and 10 percent said they use 8-12 products. Only 3 percent of young adult women use 12+ products in the morning. Interestingly, the data varies by region and age. StumbleUpon found that around 75 percent of women in the West use just 0-3 products in the AM and are the most likely to go nail polish-free. Their Northeastern counterparts are more high-maintenance, with triple the amount of Northeastern women using 8-12 products in the morning compared to the West and Midwest.
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