We hope that whoever you are, you’re stuffing your face with chocolate this weekend! But between handfuls of Mini Eggs or whatever, here are some deals we’ve found if you fancy splurging over the next few days. Happy bank holiday weekend everyone!
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!
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!
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
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
UPDATE: In some select stores, mostly central London, all you need is a screenshot to get this primer. For the rest of us we need to actually buy Grazia. The issue is £2.20 and there’s a good chance they’ll be selling it in Boots, I bought mine from the Smashbox counter itself. Totally worth it. It’s
If you’ve been paying attention to the beauty blogging world over the past year or so you’ll have definitely heard of Glossier by now (pronounced, somewhat pretentiously, to rhyme with dossier). It’s a beauty and skincare line from the team behind uber cool beauty site Into the Gloss. Glossier is an online store, pretty much
I’ve actually been using this on and off for a few weeks, and it’s taken a permanent place in my regular make up collection (you know, the 10% of my cosmetics I actually use – rather than the stuff neatly stored, which when asked about, I get all defensive and say it’s all being “saved” or for “special occasions” and no I absolutely don’t want to throw any of it away!)
I’m definitely become more interested in going cruelty free with my makeup recently, and I’ve decided to start tagging my posts with it to help anyone who is looking for new CF options. And a few weeks ago I was lucky enough to be invited to the relaunch party for Superdrug’s vegan and cruelty free B
As some of you may know, I’ve been trialling Liz Earle this month, and documenting the effect this has on my skin. I’m a fantastic test subject: I have whiteheads, blackheads, milia, and the ability to grow a rockin’ beard should the need ever arise.
Fancy getting free makeup and skincare in the post? In return for trying out a product and filling in a short survey, Boots will send you something from one of their own brands – it’s not just No7 and 17 that are owned by Boots, they also own Soap & Glory, Sanctuary, Sleek, Liz Earle,
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!
Are you a makeup genius? Or not as great as you think? It’s not easy to recognise things without their carefully crafted logos and branding. Have a go!
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
Yeah, you read that right. It’s 3 for 2 on EVERYTHING make up, except gift sets (but the offer does work on l’Oreal’s hefty make up chest that’s currently on for £150, I checked). This offer can also be used in combination with Superdrug’s Star Buys, meaning you can get this (—>) lovely MUR palette which