5 Minute Hair + Makeup Tutorial Products

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If you follow me on Instagram @lifewithkellyann , you know I just completed a 5 minute Hair and Make up tutorial and saved it to my high light reel. Find me on Instagram to watch!

I wanted to go ahead and share all the product links with you all, incase you are interested in purchasing them for your personal use. Everything I used is something you could purchase at Walmart, CVS, Target, etc.

Check out the pictures and links below!!

Here are the items in the order they appeared!

 

1.) Batiste Dry Hair shampoo

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So far so good, I really enjoyed using this Dry Shampoo. It doesn’t have too strong of a smell and lasts well! You can buy this at Target. Very affordable. Only $5.99 a bottle. Click here to check it out!

2.) Neutrogena Oil-Free Moisture SPF 15

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I’ve been using this moisturizer for years. It has never steered me wrong! It goes on light and never feels oily. You can’t even tell it’s there! Good SPF coverage as well. I would say this bottle lasts me about 3 months (used daily) and it’s $9.99. Click here to check it out!

3.) Covergirl Concealer “Ready Set Gorgeous”

 

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I have been using Covergirl Concealer for many years as well. It blends well and is very affordable. Never breaks out my skin and comes in lots of shades. Best part? It lasts months and is under $4 a bottle. Click to Check it out here!

4.) Fit me! Maybelline Powder

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This has been my go to powder for all over coverage. It goes on Matte and lasts a long time. Especially when paired with the Moisturizer I use above. Also lasts me a few months and is $6! Click here to check it out. 

5.) Covergirl Cheekers Blush

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A simple and sweet blush. Goes on smooth, has a super gentle sparkle, and is something I rely on to give my face a wake me up look. Also very affordable coming in under $4. Click here to check it out!

6.) Physicians Formula Mascara

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If you’re looking for something that doesn’t have as many harsh chemicals in it, or have sensitive eyes like me, this Mascara has been doing the trick! I got it in Ultra Black. Good coverage. I’m not the biggest fan of the brush (full disclosure), but it’s a good option if you’re looking to avoid burning/itchy eyes. Another Affordable Option. Just a little over $8. Click here to check it out!

7.) Maybelline Color Tattoo Metal

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This is an all time favorite. Helps my shadow stay on for hours! I use the light shade of Barely Branded. Only $5 and lasts me several months. Click here to buy it! 

8.) Maybelline Eyeshadow Palette

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I’ve been relying on this as my go to eye shadow for almost a year. You can see it is well loved! The Nudes palette was too pretty to pass up! They have several other palettes as well. Great part is it’s just $10! Click here to buy it! 

9.) Elf Eyeliner

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Elf makes good products for super low prices. I’ve used their blushes and powders as well. This one works really well and has a very precise brush that goes along with it. I got it in Black. Only $3! Click here to buy! 

10.) Elf Brush Set

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This brush set has been used by me for way too long probably! I have really enjoyed the softness of the bristles. It has been well worth the little money I spent on it. Probably time to upgrade, but I’m not complaining! Large Brush is $2, and the smaller ones are only $1. Here is the link to the large face brush. Here is the link to the eye brush I used.

 

I hope you found this helpful! This is not sponsored and I do not make any money off these links. I wanted to share what I use and love in hopes that you find something you love as well. What products do you use and love? I would love to hear from you! Comment below.

Also hop on Instagram to watch my make up tutorial in my highlight reel. @lifewithkellyann.

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