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Beauty Guide: How Much Product Do You Really Need?

You don't need to use as much hair or beauty product as you think. Look great and save money with our size-it-right guide.

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Eye Cream

Use this much: one M&M mini per eye

"Anything more can clog pores," says Miami dermatologist Kenneth Beer, MD.

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Foundation

Use this much: an Altoid

"Use only where needed," says L.A. makeup artist Nalo Jones.

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Face or Hair Serum

Use this much: a nickel

Too much can irritate skin. And "hair will look greasy," says New York stylist Valery Joseph.

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Conditioner

Use this much: one marble for short hair; two for long

"A palmful of conditioner flattens hair, particularly fine types," Joseph explains.

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Mousse

Use this much: a golf ball

"Mousse may feel light, but it's concentrated. Too much can stiffen strands," Joseph says.

Originally published in FITNESS magazine, February 2009.

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