10 Essential Beauty Tools

In Beauty, Style by Tina Bowling6 Comments

There can be a ton of products involved in keeping yourself looking hot while still keeping your cool.  With so many beauty tools on the market and more arriving every day it can be rough to weed through it all.  We’re doing the work for you and unveiling the must-have beauty tools for Spring and beyond.  Let’s take a look at the 10 Essential Beauty Tools from head to toe :

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c. Booth Deep Cleansing Volcanic Mud Mask – Used either as a full mask or a spot treatment on a pesky pimple, it’s nothing short of miraculous for clearing pores, $10.49 at Drugstore.com.

Gillette Venus Embrace Razor – This 5-blade razor is a must to achieve that smooth shave for bare leg weather, $8.47 at Walmart.com.

Gillette Satin Care Shave Gel – The perfect companion to your razor is this shave gel with a moisturizing formula, $2.99 at Walgreens.com.

Eyedews – Refresh, relax, de-puff and minimize pores in a flash with these handy little gel pads packed with vitamins and natural extracts, 6 pair for $25.00 at EyeDews.com.

Tweezerman Tweezers – For expert brow shaping (which can make a face) these precision tweezers are a must in new designs for Spring, $25.00 at Sephora.com.

Essence of Beauty Multi-Purpose Cotton Cosmetic Applicators – These babies are two-sided with a pointy end and a flat, rounded end.  Whether you are cleaning up a manicure or perfecting your lipstick, this is one cheap tool that can handle it all, $2.62 at CVS.com.

Sigma Makeup Brushes, Performance Eyes Kit – To achieve any look from subtle to smokey, this kit has a brush that can tackle liquid, powder, and cream products and define those eyes with perfection, $55.00 at SigmaBeauty.com.

Urban Decay All Nighter Long-Lasting Makeup Setting Spray – After your best face is on, you don’t want to worry about it melting off.  With just a quick spritz of this spray your makeup will last up to 16 hours while you look fresh as ever, $29.00 at UrbanDecay.com

Aveeno Active Naturals Hydrosport Sunscreen Spray SPF30 – Sunscreen is a step none of us can afford to skip.  This spray-on version (with a fresh scent) that is oil-free and designed to cling to wet skin is the way to go, $9.99 at Walgreens.com.

Gold Bond Foot Cream – It’s sandal time and you want your feet looking and feeling their best.  This foot cream is loaded with so many vitamins and intensive moisturizers it’s like a pedicure in a tube.  Used daily, this healing cream repairs rough skin so you can put your best feet forward, $4.75 at Amazon.com.

Meet the Author | Tina Bowling

Tina is an enthusiastic mom of 2 and Founder/Editor of My Highest Self. She has a passion for sharing beauty reviews, product news, and giveaways with her readers. Her idea of fun usually involves a home pedicure, facial, and a stack of magazines. She is a firm believer in positive thinking, karma, and manifesting your own highest self!


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  2. A great list for keeping your cool in hot weather. A few products were new to me and I like the accompaning pictures on the links for where to buy and check out. The new ones were Urban Decay All Nighter Long-Lasing Makeup Setting Spray at $29 would be for an extra special occasion. Also the Aveeno Active Naturals Hydrosport Sunscreen Spray SPF30 where the name says it all – Hydrosport is a sport sunscreen that clings to wet skin. Eyedews look fun and refreshing. cBooth Deep Cleansing Volcanic Mud Mask detoxes and moisturizes.
    The only thing I would add to the list is a good antiperspirant like Clinical Strength Secret or Dove.

  3. I always enjoy reading when bloggers post their essentials. Thank you for your list, Tina! x

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    Thanks Sunnymay for your input and hey, how did you know that Secret Clinical is the ONLY deodorant I will use?? I really don’t know what I did before it came out! I actually really love the UD Spray even for daily use, you can find a travel size at ULTA for just $9!

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