The BEST Beauty Products Under $25 #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/cheap-summer-beauty-products#slide-20 BB Cream, Deep Skin Tones"With its barely-there coverage, this BB helps to even out skin while giving it a healthy glow. And, the SPF 30 protection makes it perfect for summer." — Taylor Bryant
The BEST Beauty Products Under $25 #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/cheap-summer-beauty-products#slide-37 Cleanser"I have a soft spot for Aveeno products because they're so great for sensitive skin. This product in particular is great for acne-prone skin that tends to veer on the dry side. It leaves the skin feeling refreshed and clean, but because of its awesome cream formula, your skin won't feel the slightest bit dry." — Mi-Anne Chan
Shampoo & Conditioner, Fine Hair"Listen up, fine-haired ladies: This duo is the word for limp, lifeless strands. A quick cold-water suds up in the a.m., and your locks will be lively, shiny, and healthy. Follow that up with a little prep spray and some styling cream, and then pull your hair up into a ponytail. Because, let's be honest — it's too damn hot to have your hair touching any part of your neck or back." — Megan McIntyre, beauty director
The BEST Beauty Products Under $25 #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/cheap-summer-beauty-products#slide-39 Face Scrub"The Avalon Organics Lavender Scrub is gentle yet effective, even with somewhat sensitive skin." — Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi
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Bliss FatGirlSlim Tummy-Toning Gel - No, the name isn't sexy. But this miracle worker has caffeine, amino acids, and latex-rich manilkara tree extract to help firm up belly skin. And the nubby applicator makes massaging in the cream a breeze! $38, nordstrom.com
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Blush"There's just something so science-fair cool about watching this powder blush transform to a cream. Cream is the end-all, be-all of textures in the summer, btw. Don't fight the humidity dew — embrace it with cream textures. It's a whole lot easier than trying to powder yourself into submission." — Megan McIntyre