Budget beauty buys under $10

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An amazing in-shower moisturizer, a seriously pretty creme blush, and a cool cuticle pen—here's how to get more bang for your beauty buck this week!


Olay In-Shower Body Lotion With Shea Butter, $5.19, drugstore.com
Looking to cut a few corners in the morning? You'll love this one. This body moisturizer is used in the shower immediately after cleansing; just smooth it on, rinse it off, hop out of the shower, pat dry, and get dressed. No need to follow up with regular lotion—your skin will already be hydrated and slightly scented to boot.

Sonia Kashuk Creme Blush in Petal 01, $9.79 target.com
Petra recently hailed blush as the number one makeup must-have during summer, and I wholeheartedly agree. In fact, I recommend you consider this one if you need to add a new pretty pink shade to your arsenal—it pops on absolutely every complexion. (Just use your fingertips to work it into the apples of your cheeks!)

Sally Hansen Maximum Growth Cuticle Pen Moisture Treatment, $5.99, drugstore.com
I'm a big fan of moisturizing my cuticles, but a lot of the nail oils I've used disperse way too much product. This pen completely controls that: I get the same softened result, and I don't waste any of it.

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