Valentine’s Day is a controversial holiday. Some argue that it’s just a day to make single people feel lonely, and some say that you shouldn’t need a greeting card holiday to show someone you love them. If you’re like me, it’s just another day I get to play with makeup. Anyway you look at, you’re makeup look shouldn’t be expensive… better to save your money for chocolates and flowers, to treat yourself obviously! That’s why I came up with a Nothing Over $10 Makeup Look to wear for your Valentine’s Day date or Galentine’s Day Girls Night….
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This look is affordable, and even includes the trendy Glitter Lips look. I used the Tattoo Junkee Sparkle Lip Paint in Pucker Up (see my review here). They are not only affordable, but super long lasting and kiss proof… besides, what better day than Valentine’s Day to call attention to your lips!
Nothing Over $10 | Valentine’s Day Glitter Lips Makeup Look
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I did an Everyday Glam Makeup Look using Nothing Over $10 as well.
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