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The Price Of Celebrity Beauty

When you're in the public eye, the best things in life are certainly not free! Especially when it comes to beauty buys and in-salon spoils. Here are some of the most indulgent celebrity beauty spends!

Kylie Jenner:

The youngest Jenner kid - and arguably the most currently photographed - has recently admitted that her multiple hair changes, lip plumping sessions, manicures and makeup looks don’t come cheap! When tallied up, the figure is a staggering $3,500! With a ‘family’ dermatologist on call and spray tans around the clock, it's no wonder the cost is as sky high as her heels and hemlines!

 

 

@styledbyhrush

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Beyoncé:

With the best of beauty at her fingertips, Queen Bey doesn’t cut costs when it comes to those famous digits. For her recent Mrs Carter World Tour, she spent up big on her manicure with gold lacquered nails shaped into points, complete with 3D details! At $85 per finger, you’d hope she doesn’t chip a nail.

 

 

Givenchy X Lorraine ??

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Madonna:

The mother of reinvention – and ridiculously lavish expenses – has done it again with the Wave Therapy Machine she has installed in her home. An investment of $75,000, Ms Ciccone uses the cellulite busting gizmo twice a week to help maintain those flawless, ageless thighs. Bring on the fishnets!

 

 

There's no place like home!! Hello Detroit! Get Ready! ??#rebelhearttour

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Rihanna:

It’s not all bikini’s and Bollinger for Rihanna. The Barbados-born beauty has got to keep those locks in check with all the colouring, cutting and Caribbean dips she enjoys! But her unique weaves, wigs and wonderful curls come at a cost – and a big one at that – with rumours Rih Rih forks out up to $1,040,000 per year to keep it all in check. 

 

 

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Jennifer Aniston:

It’s not just hot yoga, clean living and loads of water that keep the newlywed wonderfully youthful. Aniston invests big before an awards event with the Tracie Martin Red Carpet Facial. At a cool $450, you can walk out of the Hollywood salon an extra $400 poorer after purchasing the At-Home skincare package too!

 

 

A little barre work with my beauty ?

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Victoria Beckham:

Although the Posh Spice persona is a thing of the past, expensive tastes are hard to satiate for Victoria Beckham. The globally lauded designer and mother of four keeps her skin exceptionally youthful with sheep placenta. At $500 a pop, she has New Zealand’s finest placenta stem cells applied to her face to rejuvenate free radical damage and prevent further signs of ageing.

 

 

Does this work for the red carpet?Getting ready for the @CFDA awards, rainy day in NY ???? x vb #CFDAAwards #broughttheweatherwithus

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Mariah Carey:

She could be the future Mrs James Packer, which is fortunate as she has one hefty beauty routine to uphold! The figures are impressive with reports claiming it costs $9,600 for a hairstylist, $7,200 for a makeup artist and $2,400 for a manicurist on one photo-shoot with Mariah!

 

 

We working

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Kim Kardashian-West:

All those selfies come at an expense, Kim admits. Having suffered from psoriasis – a dry and uncomfortable skin condition – in the past, the reality star is taking no chances with her complexion and has had an LED light therapy machine installed in her home to prevent flare-up. At nearly $800, it sure is expensive to keep up with the Kardashian's beauty crusade!

 

 

Can't wait to share this red lip tutorial I did with @patrickta on my app!

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