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!
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?
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
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
We scoured the internet for the best deals this weekend!
Get two free samples from Estee Lauder, the Advanced Night Repair Eye Concentrate Matrix and the Pure Color Envy Lash Multi Effects Mascara. Just click here to claim your freebies. You’ll need to enter a verification code, so use an email you’re able to access. Your samples will arrive in the post, easy peasy. The eye serum
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.
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
Yesterday I was lucky enough to be invited to the Primark Christmas show for 2017… and yes, I know it’s July! There were quite a few beauty products on display, including some that you’re probably going to be quite excited by. I’ve split this into two halves, makeup and skincare, so it should be easy
This offer applies to everything in their shop except sale items and their new collections. Good news though, it works on their coveted Natural Love palette, which brings the price down to £39. Not too shabby!
Buy a £5 travel primer with Smashbox and get a whole bunch of freebies! Here’s how: Add the travel sized Photo Finish Primer or anything else from the Smashbox site to your basket. Add either code SELFIE1 for the shade shavasana, SELFIE2 for tabloid or SELFIE3 for gets it (pictured above) at the checkout (this adds the free lipstick to the basket). Add two deluxe
Live near a Boots? You can pick up a FREE sample pack of the Clinique 3-Step System at participating stores. These little bottles are great for travelling, and the Dramatically Different moisturiser is one of my favourites for going under makeup – so it’s well worth picking this freebie up. How can I get it?
Get a free packet of three samples of The Body Shop’s new range of face masks. To get your freebie just click here (link may not work on mobiles), then show the email you’ll get to a member of staff in store. We had no trouble picking our samples up today – but they’re only available
Get a sample of natural skincare brand Pai’s two bestselling products in the post when you click here. You’ll receive their Camellia & Rose Gentle Hydrating Cleanser and Rosehip BioRegenerate Oil. Hurry though, because these are sure to run out if you don’t move quickly. Pai was created specifically for sensitive skin, so it’s worth
QUICK – grab this one now if you want it! Multiple deals are being applied at the same time on the Smashbox website, plus FREE delivery – you end up getting eight samples and two free makeup bags for just £15 delivered. To get this offer: CLICK HERE and add four £5 products to your basket.