Apricot scrub, by Walmart's Equate brand, is my everyday facial scrub. It has coarse granules in it, and really gets the old makeup and dry skin off. I follow this with: Equate regenerating serum, below. I am not sure what it is supposed to do, but I do know that it makes my skin soft as baby skin. It is a must. The scrub above is inexpensive. The serum is about 14 dollars.
I am obsessed with hair products lately. In the past, i bought hairspray and maybe some mousse, and that was it. One day, I was waiting at the hairdressers and reading a hair magazine. I was fascinated by all the products metioned, and how they were used. So little by little, I have been experimenting. I tried this as an experiment today...smoothing shine serum. I put it on my wet hair after showering. It gave me a very slight wet look, and made my hair look less frizzly, which it does on occassioin in the summer. I got it at Sallys.
And here is my favorite beauty tool of all time! Revlon tweezers. I left mine in Ohio when I was on vacation, and had to buy a replacement. I find that the REVLON brand really grabs. I haven't tweezed in two weeks and could not stand it any more!