Drugstore Beauty: Belle Belle Beauty's Top 5

As I've mentioned before, Drugstore Beauty posts are one of my favorites to compile. While I certainly enjoy sharing my personal opinions with you (and for the most part don't talk about my many drugstore beauty fails) I'm always eager to hear what the experts love at price points we all can afford (check out the last Drugstore Beauty expert post with Lara here). After all, these are the professionals, obsessed with beauty who try tons of {expensive} products every month. Today I'm so excited to have Lindsay of Belle Belle Beauty sharing her top 5 summer beauty products, all available at your local drugstore! I met Lindsay at Lucky FABB, she's such a sweet gal and seriously knowledgeable about everything from nails to hair. I personally can't wait to try the BB Cream! Thanks for sharing your picks, Lindsay! 

1. Garnier Skin Renew Miracle Skin Perfector B.B. Cream Medium/Deep - Finally, we can find BB Creams at the drugstore. These multi-taskers are idea for the summer. Garnier's formula is lightweight and provides UVA/UVB protection and Vitamin C to even and smooth complexion. 
2. Maybelline Dream Bouncy Blush - This blush feels as lightweight as powder but has the blend-ability of cream. It has a dough-y, bouncy consistency (so fun to use). Peach Satin applied with just a sheer wash gives a sun-kissed glow. 
3. eos Smooth Lip Balm Sphere, Lemon Drop - I am a loyal fan of eos' little spheres of lip balm, and am hooked on the Lemon Drop flavor for this summer. They added in SPF 15 to their hydrating beeswax and coconut oil, making it perfect for the beach or pool. 
4. Jergens Natural Glow & Protect Daily Moisturizer SPF 20, Medium to Tan - This is really the only safe way to get a tan while hanging outdoors. This lotion provides protection from UVA and UVB rays. And still gives a subtle glow. The buildable tan is fool-proof and gives the most natural color. 
5. Maybelline Full N Soft Mascara - This is my go-to mascara these days. It makes my lashes full and fluffy without drying them out or flaking.

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