5 Luxe Beauty Buys You Can Find at Target
March 29, 2018
BeautyFashion & Beauty
My beauty arsenal is a mixed bag—you can find a $55 bronzer sitting next to a $6 makeup brush. Whether a splurge or a save, every single product in there works beautifully and that's the point, isn't it? If it feels luxe and you love it, it's a win. Today, I'm sharing five of my favorite beauty finds from Target that'll fool you into thinking they're way more expensive than they are.

Kristin Ess Soft Shine Beach Wave Spray ($14)


I always get suckered into drying the newest sea salt spray for my hair—but I'm usually left disappointed, with crunchy hair that looks nothing like I just walked off the beach and more like I was struck by a wave and left out on the beach to dry. Not this one though! Kristin Ess' Beach Wave Spray is actually made to use after you style your hair and leaves a much softer finish. If I could describe it, it's like a perfect mix of a sea salt spray and hairspray that will finish off your look. Plus, it smells amazing.

Sonia Kashuk Powder Makeup Brush ($12)


You know those drugstore makeup brushes that leave little hairs all over your face when you use them? This one isn't one of those. Sonia Kashuk's brush line at Target is my favoriteeee. They are so well built and last through washings and years of use. I recently upgraded a few I'd been using for years, for these pretty gold ones. They're SO affordable, too. All around win!

Botanics All Bright Radiance Concentrate Serum ($11.99)


If you're going for the dewy look, this is your serum. For someone with combination skin, I can go from dry to oily in a matter of hours. This stuff does the trick and helps to balance my skin out by keeping it moisturized without feeling greasy!

Milani Baked Blush - Luminoso ($6.39)


This blush has the perfect peachy hue with the slightest hint of shimmer for a beautiful glow. I decided to try it off of the reviews alone and I'm actually loving it more than my expensive blush.

Sonia Kashuk Slant and Point Tipe Tweezers ($10)


Clearly Sonia Kashuk is my go-to for beauty tools. These tweezers work just as good as competing brands that can run you 3 or 4 times the cost of these. I love that the set comes with two options; the classic slant tip and the point tip, which is great for getting those teeny tiny, fine hairs!

Grand total: all five products together would cost you just over fifty bucks. You can't beat that! What are some of your favorite Target beauty buys?