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!
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 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
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
My last post about testing products for Boots was so popular, I thought I’d share a couple of other beauty testing programmes I’ve recently discovered. You don’t need to be a beauty blogger like me to get free makeup and skincare in return for an honest review! It’s as simple as it sounds, companies send
As a beauty blogger I’m lucky to be given lots of free makeup to review on here – and I usually try out at least one thing from every box but there’s always something that is the wrong colour, or I’d never normally use. I try and give my excess products to friends and family,
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
This month I’m conducting the most expensive test we at Beauty Markdown have ever attempted. I am going to be using exclusively Liz Earle skincare products for 28 days and document the difference to my skin. I will be posting every week with updates, and I will review the products as I go.
Hey! Welcome to a new series of posts on Beauty Markdown – cool beauty stuff. If the name isn’t self explanatory enough, it’s just going to be a (hopefully) weekly round up of all the cool stuff other people have been doing in the world of beauty. Think of it like a weekly favourites, but
Kat von D’s Tattoo Liner is probably the most hyped liquid eyeliner out there, and it really is good. It was bought for me as a Christmas gift last year, and it’s taken over from the 17 Tattoo Me liner that used to be my holy grail. I’m a cat eye queen, so I need
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
As beauty obsessives, naturally we’re a member of lots of Facebook beauty groups – they’re amazing and we’ve discovered so many incredible products through them. So when we saw a LOAD of posts claiming that Primark’s new makeup line had a dupe for Estee Lauder’s bestselling foundation Double Wear, we needed to investigate. About our
Today I went into Primark to buy one thing, the beauty spatula – I didn’t find it, of course, but I was very impressed with what I saw in store. So I thought I’d take some pictures to share with you… What I bought I only picked up £3.40 worth of stuff – some cotton pads
Something new for you all today – a review of a brand new beauty gadget, at a bargain price of course! And yep, you read it right, Aldi has brought out their own version of the Clarisonic. We got a sneak peek: What do you get for your money? Here are the facts, the Visage
There’s probably hundreds of posts online about dupes for the original beautyblender – and it’s for good reason, like many people, we’re reluctant to spend £16 on a sponge that needs replacing pretty frequently. We were inspired to write this post after buying and loving Revolution’s Pro Blend sponge, we just had to see if