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shower-gels-under-25.jpgI’m a self-professed shower gel junky, my linen closet has been known to overflow with them as I covet every scent I can get my hands on in every formula imaginable. But I will admit that while I’m a sucker for their frothy goodness, I have a select few that are near and dear to my heart!

First up is Philosophy Sugar Sprinkles Funnel Cake Shampoo, Shower Gel & Bubble Bath. The smell of this shower gel is simply heaven-sent yummy, but it’s the formula that I love the most. Many of Philosophy’s bath products pack a tri-power punch, and while I don’t use them as shampoo often, it’s saved me a time or two (think post workout lifesaver).
$16 at Sephora.com.

Next is a drugstore wonder that is actually my current go to. Caress Silkening Body Wash Tahitian Renewal won’t set you back more than $5 and smells divine. Best of all it has these exfoliating beads in it that leave my skin feeling exfoliated and fresh.

I’ve previously discussed my desire to smell like a baked good at all times — Cake Beauty Desserted Island Supremely Rich Bath & Shower Froth aims to keep me on this mission. It smells like a coconuty-vanilla concoction and is extra thick and luxurious. Between the smell and the feel of my skin I find myself intoxicated.

Many of us suffer from acne on our bodies, and yet very few companies do anything to address this problem. I’m psyched to say that Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Body Wash Pink Grapefruit  is gentle enough to use even on sensitive skin. It is great even if you’re not experiencing a breakout and the pink grapefruit scent is light and refreshing.
$5.79 at Target.com.

Last, but certainly not least, is Soap & Glory Clean On Me Creamy Clarifying Shower Gel. This great shower gel also has a citrusy scent that almost smells sparkling, but it’s the super cleaning power that I love. It will help your skin get, and stay clean, something every girl wants in a shower gel.
Six-Best-Mascaras.jpgIt’s often said that even if you don’t wear a stitch of makeup on your face, you should wear mascara. It makes your eyes pop and wakes them up even if you’ve only had a couple hours of sleep. Below, the six mascaras we can’t live without—and they’re all $20 or less!

Tarte Lights, Camera, Splashes Waterproof Mascara
This waterproof mascara won’t rub off even if you cry your way through a romcom.
$19 at beauty.com

Benefit BadGAL Lash Mascara
With this mascara, your lashes were just born to be bad.
$19 at benefitcosmetics.com

Clinique Bottom Lash Mascara
A mascara tailored specifically for your bottom lashes? What could be better? (The answer: Nothing!)
$10 at saks.com

CoverGirl LashBlast Mascara
Lush, long, out-to-there lashes can be yours with just a few swipes of this magic formula.
8.99 at ulta.com

L’Oreal Double Extend Lash Boosting Serum + Mascara
On one end? A fantastic serum that coats your lashes with lush primer. On the other? A mascara that makes your lashes so long, they’ll hit your glasses (if you wear them). It’s a win win.
$10.39 at drugstore.com

Maybelline Volum’Express The Falsies Mascara
Want the look of false lashes without the hassle of them poking your eyes all night? This is definitely the mascara for you.
$7.49 at walgreens.com
keira-knightley-10262011.jpgKeira Knightley hit the red carpet recently with her eye lashes in full effect. Every single lash, top and bottom was present and accounted for and decked out in mascara. The dramatic effect was stunning and reminded me that your lower lashes can make an impact, too.

The trick is to use the right mascara. This is where Clinique’s Bottom Lash Mascara comes in handy. The super small wand makes getting those pesky lower lashes a cinch and the look is high impact and super dramatic! Get Clinique Bottom Lash Mascara for $10 from Nordstrom.com.

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