They say that pain is beauty, and I have to agree — there’s nothing easy about all the plucking and primping that goes into being pretty. But if you don’t have anything to pluck? Well, aren’t you lucky. For the rest of us? Ouch. However, there are some products out there that can help make all those annoying at-home beauty treatments way easier. And because everybody and their mother has a Prime membership, I’ve made sure that all of these useful products are available on Amazon.
That being said, I know everybody’s routine is different — so I’ve made sure to include a wide variety of stuff. Got flaking feet that look like you’ve been backpacking, barefoot, for weeks? Check out the callus remover in here that doesn’t need any scrubbing or filing. Or, if your pores are clogged like no one’s business, make sure to take a look at the facial steamer, blackhead tools, and the electric scrubber — just to cover all the bases. Trust me, you (and your complexion) will be thanking me for these recommendations later.
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This Facial Steamer That Opens Up Your Pores
You can go ahead and slather your face with as much cleanser and lotion as you want — if your pores aren’t open, it won’t do much. This steamer not only opens up your pores so that they receive serums better, but each order also comes with stainless steel blackhead tools. Plus, the water reservoir is large enough to provide up to 10 minutes of steam.
A Kit With Everything You Need To Do Your Own Gel Nails
You can keep using regular polish on your nails — or, you could have nails that last for up to two weeks by using this gel manicure kit. It comes with everything you need to trim, buff, shape, and set your nails, including six gorgeous polish shades to get you started.
This Face Brush That Cleans Deep Into Pores
With seven different cleansing heads to pick from, this face brush is great for exfoliating, scrubbing, and everything in-between. I think we can both agree that washing your face with your hands only does so good of a job, right? Do yourself a favor and upgrade to this little beauty — for less than the price of happy hour.
A Pair Of Silicone Brushes For Spreading Masks
For the past few months, I’ve been clogging up silverware when mixing face masks — but no longer! Instead, I’m using these silicone brushes that easily clean off underneath running water. No longer does my food have a suspicious hint of mud to it, and my skin is looking better than ever.
The Eyelash Comb That Actually Works
Ever try using one of those plastic eyelash combs? Ugh — clump city. Upgrade to this stainless steel one instead. The tines gently separate your lashes to get rid of clumps, and it even comes with a cover to keep them clean when not in use.
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These Brushes For Styling Your Baby Hairs
Don’t let your baby hairs stick straight up — use these slim brushes to style them down flat. They’re gentle on the delicate skin around your hairline, yet will still separate your strands to help get rid of knots and tangles. Plus, they’ve got thousands of reviews. You tellin’ me the reviews are wrong? I don’t think so.
This Eyeshadow Primer Will Save You Stress And Money
There’s a reason this bottle of eyeshadow primer says “Thank me later” on the front — it’s because you’ll literally be thanking me for the recommendation. It’ll help eyeshadow stick to your lids without flaking off, as well as keep it looking good all night long. And since the formula is lightweight, your lids are ready for shadow almost instantly.
A Ring That Holds Your Nail Polish Bottle For You
Look, I know this wearable nail polish holder looks stupid. But then I wound up using it to do my nails in the car right before an important meeting — and wouldn’t you know, it really works! For once, my impulse purchase paid off. Plus, one size is made to fit all fingers and bottles.
This Body Brush That’ll Reach All Over
You know that spot in the middle of your back you can’t reach? This body brush has an extra-long handle that helps you reach that awkward no man’s land — and it even comes with a waterproof hook so you can hang it to dry. Plus, it’s double-sided: one features scrubber bristles for exfoliating, while the other has softer bristles to get you lathered all over.
A Silicone Body Scrubber With Thousands Of Positive Reviews
I could go on and on about how great this silicone body scrubber is — but you’re going to be listening to me for the rest of this list. So instead, I’ll let one of the thousands of happy reviewers take it from here: “I love how the body brush exfoliates and has reduced the amount of dry, flaky skin on my legs and arms. Especially this summer when I have it the most from sun exposure!”
These Shampoo Brushes That Massage Away Grime
Scrubbing your head might feel nice, but using these shampoo brushes to give yourself a scalp massage in the shower feels even better. The bristles are made from soft silicone that won’t leave your skin irritated, while the handle on the back helps you keep a firm grip when wet. Plus, they’re suitable for all types of hair.
These Reusable Cotton Rounds That Come With A Laundry Bag
You could keep wasting money on disposable cotton balls, or you could wash your face using these reusable rounds. Each one is made from 100% organic bamboo cotton — and from personal experience? I’ve found they work especially great with makeup removers, as well as when applying liquid exfoliators.
These Face Scrubbers Are Worth The Money
I bought these little face scrubbers when I was revamping my skincare routine — and man, oh man, did they blow me away. Not only do they really work when it comes to exfoliating away flakes, but the silicone bristles are also gentle on my sensitive complexion. Oh, and did I mention how you can get a pack of four for less than $10?
A Brush That Distributes Scalp Oil From Root To Tip
Scalp oil tends to accumulate at your roots unless you’re using a boar bristle brush — like this one. The natural boar bristles distribute your hair’s natural oils from root to tip, helping to reduce frizz and prevent breakage. And unlike some boar brushes, this one has 70% boar hair to 30% nylon bristles.
Smooth Down Rough Skin With This Bump Scrub
When all the lotion in the world isn’t getting your skin smooth, this bump scrub will probably do the trick. It’s great for getting rid of those little chicken skin-like pricks that appear on the backs of your arms — all without using any harsh alcohols or artificial fragrances. The best part? It can even help unclog pores.
A Curling Iron With Interchangeable Styling Barrels
Beachy waves? Sleek curls? No matter what you’re in the mood for, this curling iron can deliver it. Six interchangeable barrels let you style your hair into tight ringlets, cascading waves, and more. Plus, each order also comes with a heat-protective glove to help save your hands from accidental burns.
Step Up Your Makeup Game With These High-Quality Brushes
If you’re still using the brushes that come included with your makeup palettes, please — please stop. These brushes cost less than $10, and the bristles are packed densely so that makeup glides onto the skin. The color is so beautiful and perfect to have sitting on your makeup table.
Speaking Of Makeup Brushes, These Ones Work Great With Eyeshadow
While the previous set of brushes had a few smaller ones for your eyes, this set is specifically made for eyeshadow, eyeliner, and everything else eye makeup-related. Plus, each order comes with an angled brush that works great with gel or liquid liner.
This Hot Brush Brings Flat Hair Back To Life
Got flat, limp roots sticking to your head? Give ’em a boost with this hot brush. Not only is it great for adding volume, but it can also help tame frizz. The heat is adjustable up to three temperatures — and it’ll even save you time by styling and drying your hair at the same time.
A Pore Vacuum That Sucks Out Pus And Toxins
You’ll be shocked at how much gunk this vacuum pulls out of your pores — especially the ones around your nose. Or, if you’ve got stubborn blackheads, it’ll even suck those out with ease. And since the suction strength is adjustable up to five levels, it’s even suitable for people with sensitive skin.
A Skin Spatula That Scrapes Away Dead Skin
Got flaking skin? This spatula uses high-frequency vibrations to help exfoliate away flakes, as well as dislodge clogged pores. The tip is made from rustproof stainless steel that won’t leave skin irritated — and one reviewer even wrote that “My face looks smoother. My face looks a lot cleaner. My pores are smaller. I’m IN LOVE with this thing.”
These Razors For The Tight Spots Around Your Brows
You can’t trim your brows using a regular razor unless you want to accidentally shave them off. No? Then grab these precision ones. The smaller blades are easier to maneuver around your brows — or, they’ll even work great when getting rid of small patches of peach fuzz.
A Gadget That Removes Hair Painlessly
Got a few stray hairs on your lip you’d like to get rid of? This gadget removes hair completely painlessly — and it’s even rechargeable via USB. So keep it with you in your bag for quick touch-ups, or simply use it when getting ready at home. The best part? It’s gentle enough for all types of skin.
A Backlit Mirror That Makes It Easier To Draw Eyeliner
With two- and three-times magnification panels, this makeup mirror makes it easy to get a better view when drawing eyeliner. It’s also backlit — just in case your room doesn’t have the best lighting — and you can power it via USB, or with four AAA batteries.
A Clip To Help You Cut Your Bangs At Home
When you don’t have time to make it to the salon, this little clip can help you trim your bangs — competently. No, you won’t wind up with a bowl cut after using it, as hundreds of reviewers raved about how it helped stretch the time between haircuts. Plus, there’s even a built-in level to make sure you don’t cut yourself crooked.
These Little Spatulas Get Every Last Drop Outta Your Bottles
Whether you’re running out of ketchup or foundation, these little spatulas can help you scrape every last drop off the walls of your bottles. The flexible silicone heads contour to the shape of your containers — and each one is completely BPA-free, as well as safe for the dishwasher.
These Brushes That Get Your Lips Looking Smooth
I think we can both agree that chapped, flaking lips are not appealing — whether they’re on you or someone else. So grab these exfoliating brushes. The silicone bristles gently remove peeling skin, leaving your lips looking (and feeling) smoother. Plus, their small size allows them to easily fit into travel makeup bags.
These Blackhead Tools Are Cheaper Than The Dermatologist
Blackheads are really hard to get rid of, and a visit to the dermatologist can cost hundreds. These blackhead tools, on the other hand? Available for less than $10. Each one is made from rustproof stainless steel, while the textured handles help you keep a firm grip when picking your face.
A Heat-Resistant Mat For All Your Hot Tools
Hot tools can leave scorch marks on your vanity if you aren’t careful — but this silicone mat can help keep your surfaces protected. The textured surface also keeps your tools from sliding off if you accidentally bump into them, and it’s large enough to fit at least two tools at once.
The Spray Bottle That Delivers A Super-Fine Mist
Sometimes your hair just needs a gentle mist to finish it off — and this spray bottle delivers just that. It won’t produce any huge droplets that’ll ruin your ‘do, and it’ll even work if you try using it upside-down. Or, if you don’t have any hair, you can also use it to lightly mist plants.
This Derma Roller That Helps Serums Penetrate More Effectively
It only takes a few swipes from this derma roller to exfoliate away dead flakes and bring blood vessels to the surface of your skin. This allows serums to penetrate more deeply — and effectively — into your complexion. And since the needles are ultra-small, reviewers found them painless.
A Palette For Your Liquid Makeup
Stop using the back of your hand as a makeup palette — upgrade to this actual palette instead. Not only does it make you look like a legit makeup artist, but it also comes with a spatula tool for mixing up colors.
This Callus Remover Leaves Feet Feeling Oh-So Smooth
Got rough, cracked heels that are rife with calluses? This gel will melt them away easier than a foot file — and with less pain, too. One reviewer even raved about how “this is an easy, fast way to essentially remove callouses and other dead skin from feet while leaving the living, healthy skin undamaged.” Plus, your feet only need to soak for about 10 minutes.
These Pads That Catch Eyeshadow Fallout
Nothing kills my vibe like painting a sleek eyeshadow look, only to have fallout dust across my cheeks — that’s why I use these pads. Any eyeshadow fallout lands directly on top of them, keeping my cheeks clean. Or, you can use them as stencils for winged eyeliner if you’re still honing your skills.
Throw Out Those Cheap Clippers In Favor Of This Stylish Set
I know you’ve got nail clippers, but do you have good nail clippers? Probably not — so throw those cheap ones out in favor of this stylish set. The rose gold handles are a cute touch, while the tools themselves are made from rustproof stainless steel. And yes, the zippered case comes included.
These Stamps Deliver Perfectly-Winged Eyeliner
Can’t figure out how to get your eyeliner wings looking good? Here’s a secret: most people are using these stamps to make sure they’re even on both sides. The opposite end of each stamp features a regular eyeliner pen, allowing you to make any touch-ups as needed. And since the formula is waterproof, your lids stay lined all day long.
The Precision Tweezers That Line Up Perfectly
You know how most tweezers don’t quite line up right? That isn’t the case with these ones. Not only do the tips line up precisely, but each tweezing head is different depending on the task at hand. Popping a zit? Pick the yellow tweezer — or, if you’ve got tough blackheads, go ahead and take the coral one for a spin.