5 fall beauty staples you can buy at Target

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I’m an absolute sucker for fall. I mean, what’s not to love? Chunky sweaters, changing leaves, bugs going back to hell where they belong, Halloween and Thanksgiving — need I say more?

As we dive into November (where did the time go?), it’s time to spice up more than just your cooking. It’s likely that your beauty routine needs some much-deserved revamping, too. Luckily, Target has an amazing selection of beauty products for fall. I know this because I spend entirely too much of my life procrastinating by scrolling through the retailer’s website. And I mean an obscene amount of time that I should definitely be embarrassed about, though I’m absolutely not.

If you’re planning to refresh your look this season and want to avoid wandering through the many aisles of Target, check out some of the best beauty staples you can buy online and in-store below.

Shop: Maybelline Super Stay Matte Ink Lip Color In Artist, $9.99

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It’s time to ditch glossy summer lips and opt for something that packs a punch for all thoseZoom calls. I love a bold lip color, and this Matte Ink Lip Color by Maybelline is a dream come true. It comes in a variety of saturated shades and gives you that perfect matte finish that simply screams fall. The best thing about it? It stays on for hours — even under a mask!

Shop: Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Nail Polish In V-Amplified, $7.49

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I haven’t been to a salon in what seems like a decade at this point (yes, I know that I’m being dramatic), but I do love a good mani moment. It’s time to up your fall nail game with this Miracle Gel Nail Polish by Sally Hansen. The color of this vampy burgundy polish is subtle, rich and absolutely gorgeous. Plus, this polish will stay on for days at a time without chipping. You can finally achieve that pro salon look without an actual UV lamp. Yes, please!

Shop: E.l.f. 18 Hit Wonders Eyeshadow Palette, $14.00

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Feeling playful? I’ve got just the thing. The e.l.f. 18 Hit Wonders Eyeshadow Palette is the perfect way to transition your summer makeup into fall. With a wide variety of vibrant colors, you’ll be able to find the perfect match for literally any outfit or occasion. Thanksgiving? Check. Monthly FaceTime date with your besties? Check. Brunch? Errands? Business meeting? Check, check and check!

Shop: NYX Epic Wear Liner Stick In Gold Plated, $7.99

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A pop of color can make a world of difference, especially when that “pop” is metallic gold eyeliner. The subtle sparkle of this Gold Plated Liner Stick from NYX gives me life. This eyeliner has been one of my favorite beauty discoveries of the past few months because of how smoothly it goes on. Plus, it stays put for hours. Pop this liner into the inner corners of your eyes or swipe on a quick wing for instant fall glamour.

Shop: Soap & Glory Mist You Madly Scrub ‘Em & Leave ‘Em Body Exfoliator, $13.99

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Wave dry, flaky, summer-stricken skin goodbye with this mesmerizing Scrub ‘Em & Leave ‘Em Body Exfoliator from Soap & Glory. Made with babassu, jojoba and mandarin oils, this scrub smells absolutely divine. It works great for all skin types and will leave your skin feeling silky smooth. As Soap and Glory put it, it’s “scent-sational!”

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