Make up can be expensive so here is a list of 10 items I use that cost less than £10.
1. NYC (New York Colour) Individual Eyes – Blue Eyes (smokey) £2.99
For £2.99, this little palette packs a punch! It comes with four eye shadows, a primer and an illuminating gel. The eye shadows are really pigmented and blend beautifully together for a perfect smokey eye. The primer works really well which was a surprise I didn’t expect it too and the Illumining gel is really pretty.
I was contacted by a PR for Fragrance Direct recently. They gave me a look book for summer they put together. I thought I’d share the look book with you lovely readers and share some products which may do the job.
So like usual I went to stake out the different make-up stores and that means I went to Superdrug! I saw this on the MUA stand and had to get it!
You may or may not know that these balm stain products are the ‘in’ things right now and they’re all basically carbon copies of the Clinique Chubby Sticks and they’re rather expensive. Revlon have come up with a great ‘dupe’ and that’s reasonably priced but I wanted to try this one because it was £3! that’s correct you read that right £3, but is it any good, read on.
Yes I know, another post well this is what happens when I get distracted it means you get new stuff to read! Lucky you!
On Twitter earlier today somebody asked me what eye-shadow palettes I had, and If I would review them, Yes I know I have an essay to write but my brain hurts from reading journals so for now I’ll just write this instead. (procrastination is a killer)
So here are the eye-shadow palettes I own and reviews of how I like them.
Lately I have been hearing some good things about MUA products and thought I would give some a try. I had used one or two products before but I have never done a review. Some of the products are really great quality and are worth for more than the price they retail for. MUA can only be purchased at Superdrug stores or online. All links will be at the end of this post.