I mean, yaaaayyy, and everything, but what it really got me thinking...
"If babies are born, and you have to buy a lot of sh*t for them, can you then use that sh*t for beauty purposes?" - Low Rent Carrie Bradshaw
|johnson's baby shampoo, $3.99 at target|
Bonus: Another great use for this mess is an alternative to shaving cream, which I personally hate. Because baby shampoo is so mild, it won't strip or irritate your skin, and it provides lots of glide (heh) for the razor.
|johnson's baby powder, $2.44 at target|
I could not LIVE without baby powder. My hair was super fragile (effing obviously), so I tried to wash it less, and baby powder was my jammiest jam that's ever jammed. Plus, it's the cheapest dry shampoo that's ever sopped up hair oil. Bottom line, unless you have dark hair, you need this sh*t in your life for $2.
Bonus: You also use b. powds to but the kibosh on foot stank when you're wearing shoes without socks. Fresh to death in this b.
|shea moisture organic raw shea butter baby oil rub, $10.29 at target|
Bonus: Baby oil is also great for removing pain in the ass eye makeup. Just swipe it on with a cotton ball, then follow up by washing your face like normal.
Look out, ROYAL BABY, because we're coming for your damn beauty products.
Hide yo' powders, hide yo' 'poos. But not your POOS poos. We don't want those, Josie Grossie.