These drugstore makeup products are makeup artist approved

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You don’t need to break the bank for a glamorous makeup look! On this episode of In The Know: Beauty School, celebrity makeup artist and host Patrick Ta shows you how to create a full beauty look using only drugstore products that cost less than $10!

Ta begins his drugstore makeup look with Maybelline Glass Skin Spray, which helps to create dewiness on the model’s face. Next, he applies Maybelline Fit Me Matte + Poreless Oil Free Foundation with a brush for a nice, medium coverage base.

Once the foundation is applied, Ta moves on to highlighter. The beauty guru uses Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Multi-Use Concealer and applies it to the under-eye, the peak of the forehead, the chin, and smile lines. Then, he disperses the product with a fluffy brush before blending it in with a beauty blender.

Next, Ta applies Maybelline Cheek Heat Blush to the model’s cheeks with a beauty blender for some color. For lips, Ta recommends Maybelline SuperStay Ink Crayon Lipstick for a creamy, sultry lip.

Of course, no glam look is complete without eyeshadow. Ta opts for the Maybelline Eyeshadow Palette and uses a variety of shades to make the model’s eyes pop.

Bronzer doesn’t need to be expensive to help with subtle contouring. Ta uses Maybelline Face Studio City Bronze and applies it into the hollow of the model’s cheekbones, jawline, and halo of the forehead to help give the skin a little bit of color and accentuate her face.

To set the under-eyes and help brighten the face, Ta suggests applying Maybelline Lasting Fix Translucent Loose Setting Powder onto the T-zone.

Now for the finishing touches on the drugstore beauty look, Ta applies Maybelline Volum’ Express Colossal Up To 36 Hour Waterproof Mascara for some amped up lashes. Meanwhile, the Maybelline Lifter Lip Gloss provides full, hydrated lips with a beautiful, lasting shimmer.
Last but not least, Ta sprays the Maybelline Glass Skin Spray over the whole face to help melt the powder into the skin and let everything set. And voila! The drugstore makeup look is complete. Now, with all the money you saved with these products, it’s time to treat yourself to a big night out!

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