10 Beauty Products Under $10 That We Love the Most at Sephora
There seems to always be room in our beauty stashes for a little something new . . . but there's not always room in our budget. And even when a product happens to be a great deal, it's still important to make sure we're spending our money wisely.
As it turns out, while there are plenty of tempting splurges to be had at Sephora, there are also popular products with price tags that let them slip a bit more easily into a cart on our next shopping trip. Ahead, we picked out a mix of our favorites at the retailer, including skin care, makeup, and even a treat for our hands. The best part? Not a single one costs more than $10.
The Ordinary Lactic Acid 10% + HA
While this brand is much loved for products like a bestselling hyaluronic acid, we couldn't possibly overlook the quality — and value — of The Ordinary Lactic Acid 10% + HA ($7). This AHA has earned hundreds of five-star reviews at Sephora and gently exfoliates to leave skin smoother and brighter with bonus hydrating hyaluronic acid inside.
Sephora Favorites Hello! Holy-Grail Greats
Not only is the price of the Sephora Favorites Hello! Holy-Grail Greats ($10) box rather tempting, but these sets are also a great way to meet new products before committing to full-size items. This one (valued at $40+) packs six bestsellers that work from head to toe including editor-favorite Tarte mascara and Supergoop sunscreen.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Gel
It's often said that changing brows can change an entire look, and when has that been more true than when we're all wearing protective masks over most of our faces? Well, this popular Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Gel ($9) comes in five waterproof shades, whether you're working to define what you've got or adding a little extra oomph where you need it instead.
Dr. Jart Dermask Water Jet Vital Hydra Solution
Of all the Dr. Jart masks out there, the moisturizing Dr. Jart Dermask Water Jet Vital Hydra Solution ($6) is one of the brand's bestsellers at Sephora. Whether your skin is dry from sun exposure, cold temperatures, or just life itself, there's hyaluronic acid and algae extract inside for the cool refreshment your skin craves.
Klorane Dry Shampoo With Oat Milk Natural Tint
When there's a lag between when hair should be washed and when it actually is washed, this Klorane Dry Shampoo With Oat Milk Natural Tint ($10) comes in handy. It's got oat milk to soothe itchy scalps, plus it absorbs dirt, oil, and odors without leaving a white cast on dark hair.
The Inkey List Caffeine Eye Cream
While no one denies that eye treatments that work are worth the price tag, trying out something new can be a big risk. Not only does this The Inkey List Caffeine Eye Cream ($10) get top marks from other Sephora shoppers, but it's also got actual caffeine to wake up tired, puffy eyes. Pro tip: it feels even nicer — and possibly works better — when you stash this in the fridge first.
Rosebud Perfume Co. Rosebud Salve
There's not much this Rosebud Perfume Co. Rosebud Salve ($7) can't do — well, when it comes to your skin, that is. The miracle product is pretty much a must since its small size fits nearly anywhere and it can serve as a lip balm, burn soother, and emergency moisturizer (even on dry spots of frequently washed hands).
Invisibobble Slim the Elegant Hair Ring
Not sure about you, but we're fairly positive there's a tiny monster following us around who collects hair ties the moment we put them down. But that's not the only reason this pack of three Invisibobble Slim the Elegant Hair Ring ($8) is so handy. They also leave no mark when you take hair down from the messy bun most of us have been rocking on work-from-home days.
Sephora Collection Colorful Eyeshadow
This Sephora Collection Colorful Eyeshadow ($9) was practically made for anyone who collects eyeshadow like others collect . . . err, what do people collect if not eyeshadow?! Even if you're just looking for one particular shade, there are 80+ to choose from and a pretty darn good shot you can find what you're looking for, from matte to shimmer.
Nudestix Anti-Bacterial Hand Sanitizer Gel
Yes, it seems likely that hand sanitizer isn't leaving our lives anytime soon, so why not pick up one you really want to use like this Nudestix Anti-Bacterial Hand Sanitizer Gel ($7-$10)? So many of these products leave skin stripped dry as they strip the germs away, but this one features green tea extract and vitamin E to keep hands moisturized and soft when you're done, too.