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Staff Picks: Beauty World News Reporter, Cortney Drakeford Shares Her Weekly Faves




Sometimes we can't help but indulge on beauty products but at times our binge on beauty can leave us with ugly financial side effects. I have found a way that allows me to overspend, but still remain beautiful on a budget. Check out the slideshow for some of my favorite products both budget-friendly and on the splurgy side.

Don't get me wrong I love my popular over priced makeup products but on the days I'm running low and don't have the cash to buy $31 lipstick, I turn to drug store products and my favorite bargain cosmetics brand, e.l.f.

At $15, I love MAC's RiRi Woo Lipstick. It can seem a bit pricey, but what is a girl without her red-hot lipstick? Plus who wouldn't want to say they are the proud owner's of Rihanna's very first signature shade. It's win win!

Now what's a lady without her signature scent? For $82 you can snag the Marc Jacobs Daisy 3.4 oz Eau de Toilette Spray at Sephora. Not only does it have strawberry, violet leaves, ruby red grapefruit, gardenia, violet petals, vanilla infused in it, but it also last all day, a real bang for your buck if you hate wasting additional sprays because your scent fades.

Makeup brushes are a necessity in any beauty junkie's collection and for a mere $5 you can have a good quality kabuki brush. This brush is works great when I need to even out my complexion, whether I'm using liquid power powder foundation. You can find it at eyeslipsface.com.

And lastly, definitely check out e.l.f.'s Studio Precision Liquid Eyeliner. For just $3, not only does it provide great longwear, but it also delivers sharp and defined lines across the eye. I get the best winged out eye makeup with this little guy!

Look out for my weekly staff beauty picks every Friday! For more makeup deets, follow us @BeautyWorldNews and like us on Facebook. 




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