9 of the best beauty products for under $25 at Target

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Tune into In The Know Live: Beauty every Monday at 1 p.m. EST/ 10 a.m. PST. The show, hosted by In The Know senior beauty editor Jamé Jackson, dives into the newest beauty products and trends that are actually worth your money.

Hi, everyone! I’m Jamé Jackson, In The Know’s senior beauty editor.

As a beauty editor, I test out hundreds of beauty products every year. Yes, it’s for the sheer joy of it, but really it’s to make sure I recommend the best of the best. After all, who wants to spend money on a product that didn’t even live up to their expectations? Nobody has time for that!

This week, I dove into beauty products you can get at THEE Target for less than $25. Seriously, who doesn’t love Target? Long before the department store shopping, I was scouring the aisles of the drugstore looking for affordable makeup and skin care. Thankfully, there’s a lot to work with these days, and these Target beauty products do not disappoint.

From Jason Wu Beauty to Hey Humans, Versed, CeraVe and more, we’ve got you covered on the best products for less than $25.

Check out our video above, and be sure to shop, shop, shop.

Want to stay in the know on all things beauty? Watch In The Know Live: Beauty every Monday at 1 p.m. EST/10 a.m. PST to discover the best products and latest trends.

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