When it comes to cosmetics, most people think you have to spend a fortune in order to receive quality products. However, this notion might not always be true. We met with Veronica Salon, owner of Beauty by Veronica, to discuss some name-brand quality cosmetics that won’t break the bank.
John Frieda Radiant Red Shampoo & Conditioner - $6.99 each
Any redhead knows that keeping their hair vibrant takes a tremendous effort. This shampoo & conditioner combo was made to combat the sun and assist in enhancing color intensity. Using accentuating extracts and preserves, these products will magnify the vibrant red color. Great for all shades of natural, color-treated, or highlighted red hair.
CoverGirl Lash Blast Fusion - $9.99
This mascara uses a super volumizing fiber-stretch formula and an oversized brush to make every little lash bigger, fuller, and more dramatic. The brush style really makes a difference in the application and works just as well as any of the more expensive mascaras.
L'oreal Eversleek Shampoo & Conditioner - $6.99 each
This shampoo & conditioner is the latest craze because it is sulfate-free and uses natural oils for 48-hour frizzy hair relief. Many people are doing keratin straightners that can cost up to $200 an hour! This shampoo & conditioner combo can be a great accompaniment to one of those services, or it can stand alone and help with that unruly hair!
Metagrip Colored Ponytail Hooks - $3.69
These ponytail hooks firmly secure thick and heavy hair to hold it in place. It’s different than regular ponytail holders because they don’t break nearly as much when removing them. They also stop ponytails from dropping. Comes in black, brown, and blonde.
These products are a great way to look fabulous without spending a small fortune, something everyone can relate to!
For more information from Beauty by Veronica, check out their website .
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