Thrifty beauty thrills Up the ante with this guide

You don’t have to spend a mil­lion to feel it. Up the ante with this guide.

Glamour (South Africa) - - Contents -

We all know the way you look has a di­rect im­pact on how you feel. If you’re like the rest of us, money can be a dif­fi­cult thing to hold on to. And when it’s time to make those dreaded cut­backs, your glam es­sen­tials are of­ten the first to go. But don’t fret! We’ve com­piled prod­ucts to make your money go fur­ther while keep­ing you look­ing ev­ery bit as fab as a deep-pock­eted celeb. En­vi­able locks, flaw­less skin, fra­grant scents and trendy makeup: you can have it all with­out break­ing the bank with this directory of our af­ford­able and mul­ti­func­tional faves to help you cruise through those rough months look­ing like your best self.

Aunt Jackie’s Soft All Over Multi-pur­pose Oil (R81.95) con­tains flaxseed and jo­joba oils, as well as shea but­ter. Use it on your body to give skin a vel­vety tex­ture, and on your hair to smooth down locks.

The Body Shop Kistna Hair & Body

Wash (R150) can be used as a full-body cleanser. With a fra­grant scent, this prod­uct will leave you feel­ing re­freshed from head to toe.

Ben­e­fit Benetint Travel Size

Mini (R165) dou­bles up as a lip and cheek tint. This must-have has an easy-to-use ap­pli­ca­tor, and you can de­cide how deep you’d like the colour to be de­pend­ing on how much you use. Dr Paw­paw Orig­i­nal Balm (R95) is a cult prod­uct for­mu­lated for your hair, lips, hands and nails. And its con­ve­nient size means you can keep it on you at all times.

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