5 Drugstore Shopping Hacks That’ll Save You $$$ On Your Beauty Routine
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There's nothing better than wandering down a well-stocked drugstore beauty aisle. But navigating all those good hair, makeup, and skin-care options can be tricky: What if you accidentally pick the wrong concealer shade, or grab a formula that will irritate your skin? What if you want to test out a lipstick shade, but can't see through the cap?
Well, the first rule of beauty shopping is to not get overwhelmed. So to help keep things simple, streamlined, and color-matched, we rounded up five tips straight from a beauty editor — including how to get $10 cashback to spend on makeup when you pay with your PayPal or Venmo app. Keep these in mind on your next trip down the CVS aisles so you can make the most of your shopping spree.
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