Two weeks ago I wrote about Love Me Beauty’s new range – Phase Zero. Now it’s time for a review. They claim to be high-end quality, comparable to the most luxurious of brands, but are sold at “factory prices” for their members. We’ll be the judge of that!
We’ve got deals, discounts, and freebies on Benefit, Too Faced, Urban Decay, Nails inc, and more! These won’t last long so come take a look!
Violet Voss make some classic palettes, many of which have quickly become cult favourites. If you’re into your taupes, pinks, or golds, you’re going to want to check out the Holy Grail and Taupe Notch palettes on Beauty Bay.
MAKEUP QUIZ: Are you a makeup genius? Or not as great as you think? We’ve made a part 2 and it’s harder than ever! It’s not easy to recognise things without their carefully crafted logos and branding. Have a go!
Love Me Beauty have ditched the credit based system! They’ve collaborated with a new luxury brand, Phase Zero, to take over the world.
Phase Zero is described as rivalling some of the most expensive beauty brands, but sold to lucky members at huge discounts of up to 85%. Is it worth it?
Usually when we review a product on Beauty Markdown, it’s something new or trending that you might not have tried before – but today’s post is about a hairbrush that has existed in one form or another for 133 years. It’s the OG fancy hair tool, and this baby doesn’t come cheap. I’m the kind
Every makeup lover I know in the UK seethes with jealousy at the returns policies of the big American beauty retailers. You buy a concealer and it doesn’t cover your dark circles? You can get a 100% refund, your new lipstick doesn’t suit you? Take it back. It’s kind of amazing, you can take back
Normally priced at £35, this palette by Youtuber Laura Lee is a must have for cat lovers! It contains 10 shades: six shimmers and four mattes. You’ve got a matte white for setting your under eye/using as a base, and Bomb Diggity, the matte caramel transition shade. It really has everything you need.
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!
I’m just going to kick off this blog post by saying that getting free haircuts probably isn’t for everyone, so if you’re short of time, are at work on weekdays or are quite particular about your hair – turn back now! Still here? Cool, let me show you how I get my hair cut and
I’m a big fan of Liz Earle’s classic cleanser – it easily removes makeup, the packaging is great, I love the smell. It’s almost perfect… However, sometimes I wince a bit at paying £14.50 for only 100ml of product. You all know how much I enjoy testing out dupes for you, and when I heard Aldi
Hey! Ever since our first Glossier post, I’ve been trying out lots of their products, and I’m going to attempt to dupe the ones that are my favourites. Although Glossier isn’t the most expensive brand out there, it’s certainly not high street prices. Today I’m taking on maybe Glossier’s most famous and most hyped item
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.
It’s baaaaack! Until 8am on Tuesday the 28th November you can get 20% off everything at ASOS (including the sale) with code WIN20. In terms of beauty, ASOS sell some fab brands like Stila, Pixi, NYX, GHD, The Ordinary, Nars, Benefit and Spectrum. This is often the biggest discount ASOS offers all year, so if
One of the things Beauty Markdown is most well-known for is our big annual Advent calendar comparison post. However, shop bought beauty Advent calendars aren’t for everyone; they can be quite expensive, and some of us don’t need or want lots of tiny little samples of loads of different products. We’ve written in the past
Find out how to get this stunning calendar, and why we rate is so highly!