So…today we are talking money and beauty. If we could, many of us would probably try out all the beauty treatments and products under the sun, especially the highly acclaimed ones. But, if you’re working on a tight budget, you need to get savvy with your finances to get the best beauty deals. Not sure where to start?! Well, you’ll want to stick around and take notes. In this video, I’ll share some essential hacks to economize but still manage to cop new skincare or makeup items or book a hair or nail appointment.
I hope you’ve been keeping safe and warm. It’s been so cold at night that I have been arming my bed with a thick duvet and two blankets (yup, it’s that chilly). Regardless, I didn’t let the weather stop me from creating one of my favourite video series (and yours too)! Saving your coins will never be out of style, so here’s another compilation of ten products under Kshs. 1,000.
It’s been a minute since my last budget beauty post. I love sharing with you pocket-friendly options for your beauty needs. I truly believe that quality and affordability can co-exist! This is a part 2 of a previous budget beauty post, My Top 10 Beauty products under Kshs. 500. I went through my beauty stash and noticed that I had some ‘share-worthy’ items under 500 bob. So sit tight and take note 😊
Du Bois road brings back some great memories from a few years back, when I was in my 2nd and 3rd year of University. My friends and I would hop onto a matatu after our morning classes to go shop for cheap lashes and cute fashion accessories.
I love sharing with you affordable beauty finds. Du Bois Road is the spot for the most affordable makeup tools! For Kshs. 1,050, I was able to cop seven brushes that can create a simple or dramatic makeup look. I did clean my brushes before and after use, to make sure my skin stays breakout free!