There was a time when beauty lovers tend to buy beauty products that carries a hefty price tag but not anymore as the budget friendly drugstore brands have amped up their game in par with high end brands and so, why to spend so much, isn’t it? Hence, always do some research before heading onto beauty shopping and realistically, which could ideally make your pockets stay full and at the same time, making your desire to come true as well. So, with that as an inspiration, herewith, I’ve chosen some cherry-picked best buys that makes you to save a fortune without compensating quality.
Ted Baker London Lip Balm (£5):
Well, if you are looking for a lip balm that is designed as a bejewelled feature, gorgeously smells as cocoa scented and moisturises well as a melted butter, then I think this one ticks all the boxes that you are looking for in a lip balm. Score!
Sleek makeup Matte Me Lip cream (£4.99):
Another great find recently is Sleek Makeup Matte Me Lip Cream and this is one of the best matte lipsticks that you can get under £5 and the quality and long lasting power is incredible and so, it is a definite thumps up from my side.
Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer (£4.19):
This Collection concealer is an award winning product that comes under £5 bracket and the amazing water-resistant, creamy formula gives you a quintessential coverage for any blemishes, dark circles or under eye bags and the easy to use applicator is perfect to give you a flawless, evened out, photo finish makeup look.
Collection Fast Stroke Eyeliner (£2.99):
Another great buy from Collection Cosmetics is Collection Fast Stroke Eyeliner and this award winning product is perfect to define fine lines in just a matter of seconds and the soft nip applicator is ideal to define thin lines as per required and the carbon black finished lines are quite commendable as well. Check here for a completed eye makeup look using this eyeliner.
Natural Collection Blushed Cheeks (£1.99):
There are lots of makeup range available from this brand and one of my favourites among all is blushed cheeks and this fragrance free blusher is perfect to bring some hue onto your face exponentially well and with just under £2, you can’t go wrong with it.
The Body Shop – Born Lippy Pot Lip Balm (£2):
I love TBS lip balms as they conditions and moisturises your lips exemplarily well and meantime, bringing in some tint and added fruity flavour to your lips. So, if you are looking for shine as a lip gloss and scented as fruit, then this is a perfect pick.
Maybelline EyeStudio Color Tattoo 24Hr Creme Gel Eyeshadow (£4.99):
I’m a great fan of Maybelline NewYork Creme Gel Eyeshadow and the creamy, gel like consistency of the formula is perfect to give you a silky smooth finish onto your eyes and the 24Hr long lasting formula works incredibly good on your eyes and the shimmery metallic finish is like icing on the cake.
Barry M Lip Liner (£2.99):
I really love the creamy texture of the formula and this lip liner defines your pout multi-times better and the soft texture of the formula is so easy to blend with.
Rimmel London 60 Second Double Decker Red Nail Polish (£2.99):
This is one miracle nail lacquer as it comes with 60 seconds quick dry formula and the running consistency is perfect to give you a glossy, shine finish. Besides, the brush applicator is perfect to give you a fine streaked lines that you are always looking for.
The Body Shop – Organic Cotton Cosmetic Buds (£2.50):
We all know the versatility of using cotton buds in any makeup tutorials or nail polish clear ups and these TBS dual-purpose cosmetic cotton buds are made out of organic cotton and are designed in such a way that on one side, it has flat rounded shape end which is ideal to apply any makeup or cream and on the other side, it has pointed end which is perfect to correct any eye makeup related mistakes.
Have you ever used any of these products before? If so, let me know about your thoughts and as always, I would love to read them.