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Recommendations???

Hi everyone! I am a girl who is looking for affordable skin care at Sephora. I rarely go there because the prices are really just jaw-dropping so I go there letโ€™s say every once or twice every two months. So if anyone has any brand recommendations or product recommendations for acne skin and thick curly frizzy hair! Thanks!

Re: Recommendations???

I completely agree with everyone else!

The Ordinary The Acne Set is only $15!! And I have frizzy curly hair and I loveee the Curlsmith Hydro Style Flexi Hair Jelly i have repurchased 3 times! Definitely worth the $$$ for me๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…โค๏ธ

Re: Recommendations???

@OnlyMar  I agree that The Inkey list,  the ordinary, and Sephora collection are really good options. Inn Beauty project has some really good options too.

Re: Recommendations???

Hi @OnlyMar. There are some great recommendations already from @Westcoasty. I have used some of the Inkey List and The Ordinaryโ€™s products in my routine and theyโ€™re very effective while also being more affordable. Sephora Collection is also fairly affordable and goes on sale for up to 30% off fairly often and they work well too. 

You donโ€™t need to shop at Sephora to find quality skincare though. There are quite a few drugstore brands that make affordable and effective products.

Re: Recommendations???

@OnlyMar  Sephora has a few very affordable skincare lines, The Ordinary, The INKEY List, and Innisfree. I haven't tried The INKEY List, but I've used both The Ordinary and Innisfree with good results.

 

The Ordinary has a kit, in fact, The Ordinary The Acne Set 

 

The INKEY List Breakout 101is another possibility.

 

The Ordinary also offers some haircare products, but nothing specific for frizzy hair, unfortunately. Hopefully someone with thick, frizzy hard (not my hair by any means!) can offer some economical suggestions to you. Good luck!

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