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Thanksgiving may be over, but it’s always good to be thankful, and the girls of Chrissy’s Beauty School wanted to give thanks for a few beauty products we’re grateful for this month! These are the products we can’t get enough of and have fallen in love with very quickly. Check them out and make note of your favorites because ‘tis the season to start making wish lists, lovelies!
 

 
AvonPro Color and Gloss Lip Duo in Hot Lips, $10, avon.com
 
This genius invention includes a lipstick on the outside and a lip gloss on the inside. You can layer one on top of the other, or wear it alone, making this a multitasking product perfect for the on-the-go collegiette™. Other perks? Long-lasting color and non-drying formula.
 
BareMinerals Get Started Kit, $60, bareescentuals.com 
 
This value kit offers you a great introduction to mineral makeup and shows you what the cult-favorite brand is really made of. After days of holiday indulgences, you’ll feel a little better knowing that the makeup you’re putting on your face from this kit is at least good for you!
 
E.L.F. 32 Eyeshadow Limited Edition palette, $5, target.com
 
32 eyeshadows for $5? Isn’t that reason enough to be thankful? Besides the fabulous price, this palette contains great quality shadows and a variety of color choices.
 
Maybelline The Falsies Volum’ Mascara in Black, $5.04, target.com
 
This mascara’s spoon-shaped brush helps you reach all the edge lashes and gives you the appearance of false lashes, without all the extra hassle. Plus, on a collegiette™ budget, the price is right!  
 
MAC Tartan Tale 5 Cool Thrillseekers Pigments/Glitters, $32.50, maccosmetics.com 
 
This holiday set includes 4 festive pigments and 1 color, and pays for itself at $32.50. Santa, add this to our holiday list please!
 
Revlon Colorstay Liquid Eyeliner Pen in Black, $8.99, walmart.com
 
This eyeliner will help you create the perfect cat eye look and never smudge on you. What more could you ask for?
 
 
 

Chrissy Callahan is a double major in journalism and media studies (self-designed) and French and Francophone studies at Brandeis University, graduating December 2010. A Medford, Mass. native, she works in Brandeis' Department of Creative Services, helping edit and maintain the Brandeis website. Before writing and interning for Her Campus, Chrissy was features editor for the student newspaper the Brandeis Hoot for three years. When she's not hard at work, you're most likely going to find Chrissy indulging her passion for shopping, wearing way too much pink, or eating cookie dough ice cream. She also enjoys traveling, and dreams of traveling to Paris frequently for her future career. After graduating, Chrissy hopes to get a job in beauty or fashion journalism.
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