6 New Drugstore Beauty Brands You Need To Try Now

Regardless of whether I'm in the market for a greeting card or some new toothpaste, the first aisle I venture down upon entering any drugstore is undoubtedly the beauty one. Since my current love affair with makeup products started in the drugstore, I naturally gravitate there to check out the newest products from some of my go-to brands, like Maybelline and L'Oreal, and finally put those coupons I've been hoarding in my glove compartment to good use (still have a few leftover for the month from CVS). While I'm a huge fan of luxury makeup, I also know that I can get great products at a fraction of the price at the drugstore—and our beauty experts do, too.

Since it's not always possible to swatch drugstore makeup on your hand to get a feel for a formula's consistency or tone, it can sometimes be difficult to figure out which products are right for you (I've spent years wasting money on foundations that were way too light for my skin tone). To help you eliminate unnecessary stress from your makeup search, I've created a complete guide to the best drugstore makeup products available, based on rave reviews from editors, bloggers, makeup artists, and members of #TeamSELF. Read on for foundations, mascaras, and more to pick up during your next drugstore run.Sponsored: Gambar Koala

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