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5 Totally πŸ’― Bomb πŸ’£ Beauty Hacks πŸ’‹ for Less than $10 πŸ’Έ ...

If you're like me, you want to save money without giving up your beauty routine. That's why you need these beauty hacks that cost less than $10.

My taste in beauty products can get pretty pricey, or so my husband says. So, to pinch a few pennies, I rounded up a few beauty hacks that won't break the bank. Most of these are made with things you already have at home or cost less than $10. Oh, and they actually work! Your wallet (or husband) will thank you! So, here are the best beauty hacks that cost less than $10.

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1. Use a Silicone Oven Mitt Dupe to Clean Your Brushes

I've noticed that most of my favorite beauty Youtubers advise using the Sigma silicone mitt for cleaning your makeup brushes. While these are so useful, they aren't exactly cheap either. Pick up a silicone oven mitt from the dollar store that is just as effective and save over $30! That's one of my favorite beauty hacks that cost less than $10.

2. Multi-Masking

For you ladies that have combination skin like me, it's hard to find a mask that does exactly what you need it to. Instead of trying to find a 3-in-1 mask, create your own by applying different types of masks to different areas of the face. Your skin will flourish!

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3. Use a Coffee Sugar Scrub to Fight Cellulite

Caffeine is never given enough credit when it comes to beauty uses. Coffee is great for tightening skin and fighting cellulite. It's cheap and easy, and you can whip it up in less than 5 minutes.

4. Exfoliate Lips with a Disposable Mascara Wand

For luscious lips, use a disposable mascara wand and some lip balm. Your lipstick will glide on flawlessly. Don't have a mascara wand? Throw together a quick lip scrub in no time.

5. Use a Q-Tip for Blending a Smoky Eye

Forget your blending brush? Pull at the end of a Q-Tip until it looks fluffy, then use it as a brush to create a smoky eye on the go.

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