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    29 Things You Won't Believe Are Under $10

    Skin care products, Bluetooth speakers, kitchen tools, and other products that definitely seem like they should cost more than 10 bucks...but we will take the deal, thank you.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. Oh, and FYI β€” prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. A three-piece cookie sheet set with four emoji cutters, because eating a delicious smiley face shouldn't cost an arm and a leg.

    This set includes a small cookie sheet, medium cookie sheet, large cookie sheet, and four emoji cookie cutters. The pans' carbon steel browns your treats with ease so your Insta and tummy needs are both satisfied. AND they have nonstick coating (BPA- and PFOA-free) and are dishwasher safe!

    Get them from the Tasty collection at Walmart for $9.97.

    2. A pocket-sized Bluetooth speaker that'll *hit all the right notes* when you can play quality music without your savings going flat.

    It's compatible with most Bluetooth devices (including all iOS and Android devices) and can play streamed music from up to 30 feet away from your smartphone wirelessly!

    Promising review: "I've had mine for about five months and it works like a charm. In fact, it seems like magic. The case actually feels empty. The sound quality and volume far exceeded expectations. It outperforms some larger and more expensive Bluetooth speakers." β€”Bill Reinehr

    Get it from Amazon for $9.96.

    3. A sleek floor lamp for becoming the ~light of your life~. Inexpensive? Bright? Marry me?

    It has three light settings (low, medium, and high) and a weighted steel base so everything stays put.

    Promising review: "It's great for the price β€” they look classy and fit in with my other more expensive lighting fixtures. I am so mad I ever spent $40–$50 on floor lamps when this is an equally great option." β€”HMA725

    Get it from Target for $7.99 (available in two sizes and two colors).

    4. A super soft blush brush that'll make applying makeup feel like a five-star experience, even though you paid less for this than a chocolate bar.

    Its two-toned synthetic Polymax fibers mimic the consistency of natural hairs β€” and it's cruelty free and vegan!

    Check out a BuzzFeeder's review for the full collection of these insanely cheap yet luxurious brushes!

    Promising review: "I got this because it was pink and cheap, but it turned out to be a great buy. The brush is soft and dense. There are no fallouts or uneven strands. It applies blush very well and makes the color show up nicely and naturally." β€”CHE_KTH

    Get it from Amazon for $1.99.

    5. A string of dinosaur clips for decorating your room with colorful creatures whose appeal will never go extinct, and help your paychecks survive.

    Plus, the string is attachable by suction cups, so no pushpins or holes required!

    Get it from ModCloth for $9.

    6. A set of stick-on magnets, so things like keys and phone chargers actually stay in one place. Minimal price = lifelong problem solving.

    All you do is peel the back and voilΓ ! You have a tiny but seriously strong magnet. Stick 'em on the wall, desk, really anywhere so you have a designated area that makes escape impossible for those damned keys.

    Promising review: "My husband and I are so impressed with this magnetic key rack holder. The magnets are so strong and can hold even heavy sets of keys! It has six magnetic holders that I can put anywhere around the house. My husband and I are so happy about it because now we don't misplace our keys anymore. The keys hang freely and don't fall off, because the magnets are strong enough to hold it but not so powerful that they can destroy key fobs or any electric power devices." β€”Agashiiyah

    Get a six-pack from Amazon for $9.99.

    7. A pore-targeting, deep-cleansing mask, because a smooth and even complexion should leave smiling faces only. That's hard to do when you don't have money leftover to eat.

    It minimizes the appearance of pores and also acts as an exfoliant to gently remove excess oil, blemishes, and scars. Plus, it moisturizes to help balance your skin.

    Get it from Urban Outfitters for $7.

    8. An acupressure nausea-relief band that'll give you a trick up your sleeve the next time you're feeling less than great on a flight (without any drowsiness effects!).

    This drug-free option is also a popular solution to morning sickness, post-operation nausea, and chemotherapy-induced nausea!

    Promising review: "I get really bad motion sickness, especially during takeoff and landings in an airplane. The first thing I do after boarding a plane is make sure I have an emesis bag. I recently wore these wristbands on a trip with lots of turbulence and I'm so glad I was wearing these. I felt nowhere near what I usually feel like. I will from now on be wearing these on every plane ride. I love that these have no side effects and are reusable." β€”amy luuu

    Get it from Amazon for $6.29.

    9. A 12-cup, nonstick muffin pan, so little treats plus a teeny price tag equal a big, big effect (feel free to eat them all yourself).

    Get it from the Tasty collection at Walmart for $8.87.

    10. A ribbed bodycon dress for upgrading your wardrobe with money leftover to actually go places and show it off.

    Get it from Boohoo for $5.40 (originally $9; available in sizes 4–12 and in nine colors).

    11. A stainless-steel multipurpose scooper, so you can collect veggies after chopping faster than you can kiss your fingers.

    Btw, its grippy handle is convenient for both righties *and* lefties! Plus its edge is thin enough to scrape up things like shallots (which, as we know, are super annoying to transfer). AND it's dishwasher safe.

    Promising review: "I absolutely LOVE this bench scraper. I am a pastry chef and I use this literally every day. The handle is somewhat cushioned and feels nice in your hand and the edge is slightly tapered so it has some good cutting ability. It picks up quite a bit of product off your work table to put in a bowl, mixer, or the trash. Anyone at work that borrows it, loves it! This is a keeper." β€”Chrysta

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99.

    12. A painted ceramic mug, because your dishes should be beautiful, but also not affect your grocery bill.

    And it's dishwasher safe!

    Get it from Anthropologie for $9.60 (available in three colors).

    13. A challenging five-by-five speed cube that'll offer *almost* free entertainment and hopefully also bragging rights.

    Promising review: "This cube is a beast! I highly recommend this cube puzzle if you are very confident with your puzzle-solving abilities. The cube invokes higher intuition abilities to solve the centers and edges than a four-by-four, but once you get the hang of it, with practice, it is quite simple and very enjoyable to solve. The cube turns smoothly and hasn't ever popped on me." β€”Drummer52895

    Get it from Amazon for $4.50 (available in three colors).

    14. A one-inch curler for creating professional-looking beach waves without having to lose hair over hefty salon bills.

    It heats up in 30 seconds!! AND it has 25 heat settings, dual voltage for international travel, a safety counter rest, a five-foot swivel cord, and a two-year warranty!

    Promising review: "This is literally the best curling iron! it works the same as buying those really expensive irons. I much prefer this one, because it always gives me these beautiful beach waves and curls. I always get compliments on how my hair is so long and beautiful. Lots of people ask me what curling iron I use and they're so surprised about how much this costs. I've had this curling iron for almost three years and it hasn't broken!" β€”Mika

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99.

    15. A faux leather double buckle belt so you can meet your budget ~in the middle~ when it comes to keeping up with trends.

    Get it from Tobi for $8.

    16. A pair of metallic, noise-isolating headphones with THREE sizes of silicone gel tips, because the song you play 100 times a day needs to be heard crystal-clear and in full comfort.

    Promising review: "My very expensive earbuds died and I just didn't want to pop another $50–$80 to replace them so I took a chance on these. I have been very impressed with the sound quality and noise isolation. The noise isolation is so good that I don't have to wear headphones over the earbuds when I mow as I did with the expensive pair. The silicon ear pieces are also very comfortable. I can wear the earbuds for hours with no discomfort. The bass is very impressive and also better than the expensive pair!" β€”Quothraven

    Get them from $9.99.

    17. A rust stain remover that'll get anything from old toilets to sinks back to shiny and new in just a swipe β€” no pricey renovations needed here.

    Promising review: "I used it on our tubs, toilets, sinks, and shower. It took one bottle of this stuff to achieve the same result as three bottles of other brands. I will buy this again hands down. I just sprayed, walked away for a few minutes, and wiped and rinsed." β€”Carrie D.

    Get it from Amazon for $5.48.

    18. A mini glass vase for transforming your table from bleak to chic (for cheap).

    Get it from Target for $4.99 (available in three colors).

    19. A two-drawer jewelry box organizer so you can show off the jewelry you can now afford with all the money you saved on this.

    Plus, both layers have a piece of removable mesh fabric to protect your jewelry!

    Promising review: "It's just the right size for my rose gold earring collection. I love that at just a glance it tells me what I need to match any outfit. Also, the quality is very good and should last!" β€”Lynda Lowman

    Get it from Amazon for $9.95.

    20. A small yet powerful knife sharpener, because your culinary passions shouldn't *dull* your spending abilities.

    And it has a nonslip base for added stability and control (you know, safety).

    Promising review: "I have to say this is the best sharpener I ever bought in my whole life. I work at a Japanese restaurant as a sushi chef, and I sharpened it at work, and wow my knife was like, sharp like a samurai sword! Even my coworkers were surprised and asked me to order one for them. Now I don't have to use the stone or sharpening rod anymore." β€”Rodrigo

    Get it from Amazon for $5.99 (available in three colors).

    Check out a BuzzFeeder's full review here (#4).

    21. A pack of charcoal oil blotting papers that'll not only remove excess oil, but seriously refresh your skin with activated bamboo charcoal powder. Spas? I don't know her.

    Get a 30-pack from Free People for $8.

    22. A contemporary wrist watch for elevating your outfits without having to ~dial back~ on the rest of your spending.

    Promising review: "I'm so happy with my purchase. It looks expensive and dressy!" β€”Gin gin

    Get it from Amazon for $8.99.

    23. A satin pillowcase, because sleeping in luxury should cost less than a night at the Ritz β€” like, a lot less. Maybe 1/100th of the price.

    Not to mention, it's a popular choice for keeping hair shiny and healthy while you sleep! No more snagging strands while you toss and turn.

    Promising review: "I bought this for my hair and definitely noticed a difference! I used to wake up with tangles and severe bedhead (frizziness etc.), but not anymore. Now I'm able to go to work without even brushing my hair in the morning (shhh). The color is very nice and matches my satin sheets that I bought separately." β€”Tabitha

    Get it from Amazon for $8.99 (available in 21 colors).

    24. A sloth lunch box that'll be fast to get compliments but slow to take your moolah (it basically won't).

    Get it from Asos for $8.

    25. A pack of earring support patches for protecting stretched lobes from further elongating and allowing you to finally wear heavy earrings in comfort.

    They're really just small, clear oval stickers! You slap 'em on your ear, insert the earring, and presto: your ear is like new.

    Promising review: "These are fantastic! I'm in my 20s, but thanks to wearing heavier earrings than I should have when I was a teen and due to one of my earlobes being pierced a bit lower than normal, I thought I would never be able to wear heavier earrings again since my lobe is stretched a bit low. But these really work and now I can wear earrings that might weigh down my earlobes! I can definitely feel the difference with these on β€” they really take the load off your lobes. They also stick really well! They can definitely stick on for a couple days." β€”Aly

    Get a 60-pack from Amazon for $7.61.

    26. A glazed painted bowl to make your snacks look extra appealing and make you suddenly feel like the next Martha Stewart, budget edition.

    Get it from Nordstrom for $8 (available in two colors).

    27. A silky square scarf, because accessorizing shouldn't cost an entire closet's worth of clothes, but it should transform a whole outfit.

    Promising review: "This scarf is fabulous! I love it. The fabric is luxurious, and the design is reminiscent of Hermès scarves. This is because of the detailed, quality artwork, the vibrant colors, and the intricate design. The size of this one is great. It's big enough to wear cowboy style or as a hijab, but not so oversized that there is a bunch of fabric." —Msamyverner

    Get it from Amazon for $3.15 (available in nine colors).

    28. A three-piece peeler set that'll inspire you to throw away your takeout menus and learn how the heck to "julienne."

    They all serve a different purpose! The swivel peeler is great for tougher veggies like carrots, while the serrated peeler is best for softer foods like tomatoes. The julienne peeler juliennes fruits and veggies faster than a knife could.

    Promising review: "These peelers are very durable and seem like they'll last forever! The comfort grip handles are an added bonus and will make me not hate peeling potatoes! I also love that they come in multiple colors! It brings a little brightness to such a dull task!" β€”HLents

    Get them from the Tasty collection at Walmart for $7.97.

    29. A pack of pimple patches for zapping zits before they can do damage (or before you can start picking). Dermatologist copays have NOTHING on these little miracles.

    These hydrocolloid helpers summon bacteria and debris from deep under pimples so by the time you remove it, the blemish is g o n e.

    Promising review: "This is the most incredible thing I have ever discovered. Yes, they work. Yes, you are sitting at home and you don’t believe me. Yes, I was you. But they simply do. I put a patch on a zit (I get whiteheads) even when they are under my skin. It sucks all the gunk out. No scars. No picking. These are little miracles and I will never be without them. Spend five dollars. It is the best money you will ever spend on your face. I put one on a zit that was under my skin last night β€” zit is gone, and the patch is full of gunk." β€”Amazon Customer

    Get a 24-pack from Amazon for $4.97.

    Check out how a BuzzFeeder became a believer with these seriously drastic before-and-afters!

    You to you after saving so much money but buying everything you've ever wanted:


    The reviews for this post have been edited for length and clarity.

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