Aimee Song Uses This Drugstore Beauty Product in the Most Unexpected Way (Exclusive)
By Amy Lee
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Influencers are loving drugstore products!
ET's Katie Krause was on the red carpet on Friday at the 2018 Revolve Awards at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, chatting with all the biggest social media stars, models and entrepreneurs in fashion and beauty. Although these ladies have access to luxe products, they also love a good, inexpensive drugstore item that delivers.
Discover their favorites ahead.
The Song of Style blogger and author of World of Style champions Vaseline for its multi-purpose uses -- a secret she learned from her dad.
"So instead of an eyebrow wax, I'll just use Vaseline to brush them up," she says. "Vaseline is my go-to for everything, like if I have a blister or whatever. I put it on my feet, on dry skin, cracked skin, or even on my hair. If I feel like my hair is too dry or flyaways -- Vaseline is the answer to everything."
The New York-based blogger of We Wore What dished she always reaches for the Wet Brush to tame her locks and packs the Downy Wrinkle Releaser spray for her travels.
"I love drugstore mascara, but the Wet Brush is one of my favorite products for right out of the shower to detangle your hair -- a wet brush," Bernstein shares. "You can get it at any drugstore. Oh and I have another one. Downy wrinkle release. It's the best wrinkle spray ever. I bring it with me everywhere. It's my travel trick."
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