#1 Sheet mask tablets, $3
We’ve seen these go for really cheap at Daiso, but never individually packed. Just pop these into your travel bag, soak them up with your favourite lotion or moisturising toner and you have a moisturising sheet mask! At $3 for a pack of 35, each sheet mask tablet works out to be less than 10 cents each!
PS: A lot of the descriptions on the price tags don’t match the products, but we bought this pack and it was $3 alright.
#2 Mascara, $4.90
While we won’t normally reach out for a $4.90 mascara, it’ll definitely be on the top of our heads if there’s a beauty emergency (think sudden meeting with friends, or having your last mascara ruined by your dog).
#3 False eyelashes, $3
When you pay less than 10 bucks for false eyelashes, you’d expect really stiff and unnatural-looking ones but we’re pleasantly surprised with this set of three false eyelashes. At only $3, they’re cheaper than a tall latte at Starbucks!
#4 Face brush, $5.90
We’ve seen similar face brushes go for up to $70, so imagine our surprise at landing this one at only $5.90! The bristles are super soft and thin, allowing for a thorough cleanse without aggravating sensitive skin.
#5 Face mask, $3
Not a beauty product per se, but face masks are a necessity when travelling. They decrease moisture loss through breathing, which means your lips don’t dry out as quickly as well. Plus, it’s only polite to keep a few of these in the office and wear them when you have a cough or when the haze strikes.
#6 Eyelash curler, $3
If you’re not fussy about the colour of your eyelash curler (mint green is actually pretty cute), this $3 one works perfectly. It seems to have a pretty good grip as well.