The Best Beauty Products Under $50

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By: , – Dori Katz, Family Circle
10/22/2013 6:00 AM   :  13 comments   :  7,960 Views

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All the hair, makeup and skincare picks that will get you gorgeous on the cheap. The best part? They start at just $3. 

Living Proof Perfect Hair Day (PHD), $26. A styling solution that smooths frizz and adds fullness. 
 
Peter Thomas Roth Oilless Oil, $38. Sugarcane-derived squalane strengthens the skin's barrier, increasing elasticity and radiance.
 
Supergoop! Advanced SPF 37 Anti-Aging Eye Cream with Oat Peptides, $45. A one-stop shop for eyes, the collagen-boosting formula minimizes crow's-feet while protecting from sun damage.
 
Pro-X by Olay Microdermabrasion + Advanced Cleansing System, $42. Take your pick: The multitasking machine lets you wash, deep clean and exfoliate with two attachments and three speed options.
 
Jurlique Herbal Recovery Advanced Serum, $50.Herbal extracts, antioxidants and rich botanicals team up to shield against environmental damage
 
Sonia Kashuk The Fall Brush Up 10-Piece Brush Set, $27. Apply like a pro with luxe tools that take care of all your makeup needs.
 
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Comments

  • 13
    I have never found a Peter Thomas Roth product I didn't like. I will have to try this one. Living Proof is also a really great product! - 1/15/2014   7:31:42 PM
  • 12
    With all said, I swear by avon products. I have used far more expensive and keep going back. When combined with sale, online discounts, free ship, I swear it a deal. - 10/26/2013   4:56:37 PM
  • 11
    Painful that they'd use a picture of an eye with false eyelashes. - 10/26/2013   1:34:47 PM
  • 10
    : ) - 10/24/2013   8:28:00 AM
  • 9
    I like Paula Begoun products... scientifically sound without any animal testing. What I also like about her website is that she sorts the garbage products out from the good stuff. She isn't just there to sell her product, but other lines as well, but everything is backed thru science. Many cosmetic companies hate her because she tells you exactly why something doesn't work, while the companies are trying to sell you snakeoil and call it good. - 10/23/2013   6:20:15 PM
  • SISTERONYX
    8
    1milldollarbaby- I thought the same thing! - 10/22/2013   9:24:55 PM
  • LILYOFVALEE
    7
    The link to the article has an error; if you delete the page reference from the url, the article comes up. They try to set it up so when you go to the article, you pick up where this one left off, but it didn't work this time. - 10/22/2013   11:16:52 AM
  • 6
    I'd have to agree that there are better things out there for cheaper. Example, I use an exfoliating wash cloth with moisturizing body wash to clean my face. Works great, all my skin issues have gone away!

    SparkCheers! - 10/22/2013   11:13:57 AM
  • 5
    there's way better stuff for under $20. - 10/22/2013   8:37:15 AM
  • DELLMEL
    4
    Just plain. Don't wear all that stuff. - 10/22/2013   8:20:52 AM
  • 3
    Yes, I agree that it would be nice to either have the article or have a link that actually brings you to it and lets you read it. - 10/22/2013   8:18:03 AM
  • 2
    Where is the $3 one?? - 10/22/2013   3:16:45 AM
  • 1
    do we ever get to see the Family Circle articles or only the headlines? Just wondering as I only ever get headlines and never the articles... - 10/22/2013   12:51:28 AM

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