Sharing is caring but it could also mean saving quite a bundle for your household. Beauty Expert Polly Blitzer stops by with unisex products you can share with your significant other to help cut back on spending. For more information, visit www.beautyblitz.com.
Maybelline Expert Wear eye shadow & Rita Hazan Root Concealer
Use: to camouflage thinning hair areas
Benefit Hoola bronzer
Use: It's a sheer, matte bronzer. Men use it on tan lines from sunglasses and baseball hats
Clearasil Daily Clear tinted pimple cream & Revlon ColorStay Blemish Concealer
Use: cover blemishes - doesn't make a guy feel like he's putting on makeup, because they are both medicated with acne-fighting ingredients.
Jack Black lip balm
Use: it's matte without any of the girly glossiness for women who want a natural look
Use: some women like stronger antiperspirant levels before the gym. Plus, guys' deodorant smells rich and warm, as opposed to the faux florals and chemicaly baby powders often encountered with women's.
Art of Shaving After-Shave Balm & Clubman Styptic Pencil
Use: Whether it's on their beard or bikini line, both men and women battle razor bumps, which after-shave helps. And styptic sticks stop bleeding from shaving cuts and popped pimples.
3) THEIRS (things couples should never need to buy 2 of)
Dove body wash & Burt's Bees body lotion
Use: If you buy an unscented body wash, anyone can use it. Most people don't want to compete with their signature perfume or cologne anyway. And gender-specific body washes tend to be waaay overly scented with either fruity florals or musk.
RoC Retinol Correxion Eye Cream
Use: No matter what your skin type, all undereyes were created equal
Kiehl's Coriander hand soap
Use: go for natural, universally appealing scents, like light citrus or pine. Nothing floral or fruity
4) DON'T SHARE
Toothbrushes and razors