Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Top 10 Under £10


I have tried to categorise my top 10 under £10.

 Firstly for base products, I love the Loreal Lumi Magique primer, this is quite similar to MAC's Strobe Cream and it looks so lovely under your foundation to provide your skin with more radiance and glow. For foundation, I love the Loreal True Match Foundation, this foundation provides great coverage and it looks very natural on the skin!

Whilst I love the Collection lasting perfection and The Rimmel Wake Me Up, i thought I would be different and recommend something else. The NYX HD concealer is so lovely for under the eyes as it really brightens and targets dullness.
 
Again, whilst I love the Rimmel Stay Matte powder, I wanted to pick something that I love that is less raved about. The Bourjois healthy balance powder is amazing for setting your makeup in place without looking cakey. 

For eyebrows, whilst this may be controversial, I really like the Maybelline Brow Drama. I have heard a lot of mixed reviews on this product however I have found that it if you scrape the majority of the product off the brush and then lightly apply it through your brows, it applies a nice tint of colour whilst setting them in place. 



For lips, I have really been enjoying the Beauty UK lips matter liquid lipsticks | REVIEW. These are so inexpensive and apply really nicely and smoothly to the lips and they also smell amazing too. 
 
For lip liner, of course it's the Rimmel Exaggerate in East End Snob (thanks Amelia) After Amelia constantly raved about this, I had to pick it up. It's amazing and is so similar to Charlotte Tilbury's Pillowtalk.
 
For contouring, my favourite product is the Seventeen Define and Conquer contour palette. The contour shade is really nice and resembles nar's laguna.
 
 The Milani Baked blushes are amazing value for money however they are an American brand so they are harder to get hold of, but you can purchase them on Amazon.
 
I do not own many drugstore highlighters and if I am completely honest, if you have the budget to spend £20+ on a highlighter (which I know many will not want to spend that) I recommend it. However, this is a top 10 under £10, so I recommend the MUA undress your skin highlighters. They add a nice glow and shimmer but they can be quite chunky looking if over applied.
 
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  1. I've heard countless things about those baked blushes, they look absolutely incredible! xxxxx

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    1. They are so lovely! Thanks for commenting xxx

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  2. Missed first comment because of when this was uploaded :( but this is such a good post! I love the look of so many of these products xx

    Jasmine || blogsallbeautyy

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  3. Really nice products ! I woud like to try the MIlani baked blush !

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  5. These look so lovely! ❤️ www.bethanyavenoir.com

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