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AN ULTA employee showed off ways to save money at the popular beauty store.

Ulta is known for carrying both high-end and more affordable products, satisfying all customers.

1TikToker and Ulta employee @brittwhitfit showed off low-price duplicate items that can help shoppers save at Ulta

Many lower-end items can serve as discounted substitutes for pricier brand-name products if you know what to look for.

TikTok user @brittwhitfit shared her favorite priced-down alternatives to some of Ulta's best-selling expensive items.

She said she had worked at Ulta for two years and was sharing her best recommendations from experience in the March 2021 video.

Using her tricks and buying alternative products, you can save as much as 67% on makeup.

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First, @brittwhitfit recommends going with Milani's $9.99 matte setting spray as an alternative to the $30 Urban Decay spray.

For contour sticks, she said the $5.99 Wet n Wild stick is the best value purchase and works as well as more expensive brands' offerings.

As a discounted duplicate for the $25 Benefit eyebrow microfilling pen, @brittwhitfit suggests snagging a Loreal brow pen for just $10.99.

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Next, instead of the $30 Tarte Sharp Tape concealer, she recommends paying just $13.49 for Loreal's Infallible concealer.

Finally, she suggests low-cost eyebrow enhancer and bronzer duplicates.

For $18, @brittwhitfit said that LashFood's primer and serum is cheaper than most similar products.

Other Ulta brow enhancing serums sell for $40 to $80, making LashFood a cost-effective alternate.

Her favorite bronzer buy is the $19.99 Morphe Glamabronze, which comes cheaper than most of Ulta's other bronzers priced around $30.

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The Sun also shared four more tips to save you money when shopping at Ulta.

And a former employee shared items to avoid in order to save money on TikTok.

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German parliament OKs 3 months of cheaper public transport

BERLIN (AP) — Germany’s parliament gave final clearance Friday to a plan that will allow people to use local transport across the country for just 9 euros ($9.50) per month this summer, a plan that has drawn praise but also plenty of criticism. The government also plans a three-month cut in fuel taxes.

Parliament’s upper house, which represents the country’s 16 state governments, signed off on the 9-euro ticket plan — part of a bigger package of measures drawn up to cushion the blow of high energy prices for consumers following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

The cut-price tickets, valid on regional trains and buses across Germany, will be available in June, July and August. Federal and state governments bickered over the funding, and it wasn’t clear until Friday whether states would wave through a 2.5 billion-euro subsidy from Berlin that some of them said was inadequate.

Government officials hope that, in addition to reducing costs for frequent travelers, the tickets will lure more people onto climate-friendlier public transport. But a railway workers’ union and others have voiced concern that it will lead to overcrowded trains, causing delays and frustration.

“A lot of people who so far had less interest in public transport want to give public transport a chance in the next three months,” Transport Minister Volker Wissing told the upper house. He acknowledged that the plan is likely to lead to full trains and buses in some areas on some days, and that will require “patience and in places strong nerves.”

The cut in fuel taxes will apply for the same three-month period, chopping nearly 30 euro cents off taxes on a liter of gasoline and over 14 cents on a liter of diesel.

Economists have warned that the fuel subsidy could reduce the likelihood of people switching to cleaner forms of transport.

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