I reviewed Freedom’s super budget friendly makeup for two months. Some of it is totally amazing. Some is so-so. Want to know which is which and see some cute swatches? Read on! Nothing in the article costs more than £4!
Black Friday is mental in the UK now. Like, not American mental, but it’s up there. Here are some of the best deals we’ve found so far.
We’re comparing the cost of seven different Real Techniques sets at 11 different online retailers. But this isn’t as simple as just ‘how much each set is listed for?’ it’s so much more than that.
Yes, you read that right, these are our absolute favourite beauty bits for pound shop prices. There’s a lot of nail things on here, but when we say holy grail we really mean we don’t think more expensive products are any better, which is hard to say for most makeup that’s under a pound. Cotton
What we’ve got here are 12 items, all of which are pretty universal (by which I mean no beige foundations that are never quite the right shade for anyone). The box includes nail varnish, makeup removers, blushes, ombre shimmers, moisturisers, lip balms, and more. There’s nothing in it I wouldn’t try out.
Now, as I’ve mentioned before, my true beauty passion is definitely my nails. I’ve read hundreds of articles and seen tonnes of YouTube videos on this topic, but none of them really have the same routine as me (although this might be because most nail bloggers change their polish at least 3 times a week!)
Yet again we’ve trawled through Tk Maxx, finding the best bargains and taking pictures – looking like crazy ladies in public so you don’t have to. We’ve compiled all the best deals we’ve found, and now we’ll tell you what’s worth it, and what’s not!
If you’re an Amazon Prime member this is a big benefit that a lot of us have been missing out on. Namely, Amazon Pantry. And they’ve got some seriously cheap make up deals, including foundation for £1, eyeliner for 93p, and half price Real Techniques brush sets!
I recently picked up a couple of money saving beauty gadgets to review – two beauty spatulas at either end of the affordability scale. The Every Drop Beauty Spatula (£9.45) and the Primark makeup spatula (£1). I thought they’d both save me a bit of money, but I didn’t realise quite how much! I chose four different
WOAH. Yep, this is for real. Primark have posted on Instagram that they’re going to be bringing out a range of unicorn makeup brushes in dreamy rainbow pastel colours, and they look pretty magical. ??? Born to sparkle! ✨ ? Unicorn Makeup Brushes €9/$10 (Available in:?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ) #PrimarkBeauty A post shared by
On Stila’s website, a 30ml pot of Stay All Day foundation & concealer will set you back £29.50, at TK Maxx we’ve seen it for £4.99. Not to mention the Stila CC Stick is also £4.99 – Stila currently have this product reduced on their site, from £28 to £14. I know where I’m getting it.
Fake makeup is everywhere on the internet nowadays, you can’t scroll Facebook without seeing ads for £10 “Kylie lip kits” or hearing about scammers on Depop, and you’re not even safe on well known e-commerce sites like Amazon or Groupon. We’re going to make it clear here – we’re not talking about dupes (products from
If any of you know me in real life, you’ll know that my true beauty passion is actually my nails. Of course I love wearing makeup too, but I don’t do it every day, however it’s really rare to catch me without a full manicure and (usually) nail art. I’m seriously addicted to buying
How it works If you’ve ever worked in sales (or know someone that does), then the idea of commission will be familiar to you. I.e you buying something will earn the salesperson a percentage or a fixed amount for getting you to sign on the dotted line. Shopping online is no different, for almost all