When it comes to fighting dirt and grime, Vampire Diaries star Kat Graham turns to Bioré Pore Unclogging Scrub ($5.99, Walgreens.com). Who needs those fancy facials anyway?
We’ve watched Whitney Port go from being an intern at Teen Vogue to a designer of her own fashion line, but that doesn’t mean this Los Angeles native doesn’t still appreciate a good deal. When taking off makeup, Whitney uses Yes To Cucumbers Hypoallergenic Facial Towelettes ($5.99, Walmart.com).
Not only is Kyle Richards an aunt to Paris Hilton, but she’s a cast member on Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, so she’s surrounded by her fair share of luxury items. When it comes to her long flowing locks, Kyle says no to those over-priced hair products and yes to Pantene Pro-V ($6.99, Drugstore.com).
When dating a hottie like George Clooney, one should always be prepared for a make-out session at any moment. That must be why Stacey Keibler uses C.O. Bigelow Mentha Lip Shine No. 502 ($7.50, Bigelowchemists.com), which is a mint-infused lip balm.
If you watch Pretty Little Liars, then you know how amazing Shay Mitchell’s skin looks. While we assumed she was probably hitting the spa in between takes, it turns out she uses her handy Soap & Glory Off Your Face™ Wipes Cleansing Cloths ($10, Sephora.com).
Megan Hilty’s bright blonde hair can be seen on episodes of Smash each week, so we were surprised to find out she keeps her color fresh with an item that can be found at the drugstore. John Frieda Precision Foam Colour Salon Blends ($12.99, Drugstore.com) is technically over $10, yet still incredibly inexpensive.
What do you get when you combine anti-bacterial soap with a great smelling scent? Leanne Rimes’ favorite Bath & Body Works Anti-Bacterial in Sweet Cinnamon Pumpkin ($1.50, Bathandbodyworks.com).
Olivia Wilde isn’t shy about sharing her favorite skin product. “I’ve recently shifted to the cheapest possible skin stuff and it works. It’s amazing — Cetaphil ($8.75, Soap.com). And every dermatologist my entire life has told me to use it, and for some reason I thought they were in on some conspiracy, and I thought, that’s not real. It couldn’t be! It’s so cheap!”
Ok, we might have cheated a little with this product. Nia Vardalos’ favorite skincare item, Lumene Vitamin C+ Pure Radiance Beauty Drops, is actually $19.99, but since it’s sold at drugstores, we just had to include it!