You know that rare place where high quality comes together with low cost, all wrapped up in a nice package? Like I said, it's rare. So when I find that glimpse of perfect harmony- I like to shout it out from the roof tops. This is that kind of post!
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Makeup junkies, celebrities, and every-day divas have all fallen for NYX cosmetics. (pronounced like 'Nicks' by the way) This stuff is high grade when it comes to ingredients, performs like the big-dawgs ie. MAC, and has a price point that makes you double take. Literally, I was showing my mom some of the goodies that I use daily, and one of them still had a $9 price tag on it... she was shocked, to say the least.
So if you are a budget shopper, but still want the look and feel of department store brands- NYX is where you should start. Most of the line is priced well under $10, so if there is ever a time to take a risk with a new color or new type of application- THIS IS THE TIME PEOPLE! [roof tops, remember?]
In the video below, I am highlighting a handful of my top picks from NYX... but pay attention to the applications too. Sometimes you think a color is too bold for everyday wear, but that might be because you are applying it incorrectly! Almost every color can be worn during the day if you use it in a light-handed way. So take a second to learn something new, then come back and get excited about adding these affordable rockstars to your makeup bag, plus tons of other goodies beyond just these mentioned in this post.
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Do you have a NYX obsession? Let me know in the comments below- I'd love to hear your thoughts! And be sure to check out one of my fav online beauty shops GotBeauty.com where you can buy these goodies and tons of other great brands too. If you are a Utah gal- you can shop NYX at the Got Beauty location in Sugar House.
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