Tuesday, 18 August 2015

Drugstore Round Up #1



Recently Charlotte Tilbury, MAC and other expensive brands have been taking over my blog, but in the background I have still been loving what the high street has to offer (and I can save myself a lot of money in the process). I've included different brands and everything is under £10, yaay!

The Rimmel Match Perfection is the perfect starter foundation, it provides a medium coverage whilst being pretty much weightless on the skin so laaavely for everyday wear. Recently I have been wearing a light weight base then a heavy duty concealer for any bad bits, the Seventeen Phwaorr Paint (hate the name, makes me cringe) is thick and long wearing, it is going cover anything you set it the challenge to, not a good colour range (but when is it from cheaper brands) but I think you could find a match. In the summer I opt for a bronzer with some more warmth, the Bourjois Bronzer is an old favourite, it's a classic bronzer, none of this contouring business but a proper summer glow in a powder, dusted all over my face I feel a little less ghostly.

We all know the importance of eyebrows, so being truthful I do spent a little more on brow products out of choice. However if it is a powder that you like to use this ELF Studio Kit is actually pretty good, a mid toned brown that is long wearing, for around £3 you can't go wrong. My absolute new favourite mascara, high street or not is the Maybelline Lash Sensational, I've wrote a full review here but it gives me these thick lashes I've never  had before, lasts all day without flaking and is really black. A round up has to include a lipstick, so I've chosen the Revlon Colourburst Lacquer they are moisturising, easy to wear and pigmented, the range has bright pinks, corals and nudes this shade is always in my hand bag, I can just wear it on top of my favourite nude when it needs a top up.

What are your favourite drugstore products?
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