I'm here today with another budget beauty post!
If your anything like me, round about this time of month I see my wage becoming more and more scarce which means when I'm running low on my make-up items I panic!
As much as I adore high ended make-up I can't always afford it which is why today I'm going to show you guys 4 products I swear by which I use on my hair, lips, eyes and cheeks.
All are SO reasonably affordable and should see you through to your next pay day.
In no particular order.
This is by far one of my favorite blushers. Sleek have such a wonderful array of colours too which for £4.49 have me going back for more each time I visit Boots or Superdrug. These blushers are highly pigmented and I always see myself reaching for this one over my illamasqua in hussy. All their products come in super sturdy compact packing which is great for just popping in your bag and touching up on the go with the handy little mirror that comes inside. This blusher goes a long way and goes on so well with a nice soft texture! A proper bargain in my opinion!
I'm always on the look out for a new eyeliner as I am ever trying to perfect the strenuous cat eye flick on the corners of my eyes and finally I think I've found the one that I really like. Soap and Glory's "Supercat Eyeliner Pen" is one I decided to give a go with on a spur of the moment decision as it only comes in at £6.00 and after using it I haven't looked back. It is so easy to apply as you literally draw it on as you would with a pen. It has a pointy nib at the end which helps me to create the look I'm going for as well as having the option to adjust it to make it thicker. I find just going over it once does the job. I never need to apply more and once more it stays on till the end of the day! I love it!
I've had bright red hair for years which as you'll probably have guessed I've tried many products to keep the colour intact. Some just don't cut it and fade to the dullest of mousy browns. When a friend recommended I try Directions hair dye I was a bit skeptical but since using it I haven't tired anything since! These pots come in at £4.00 each from my local tattoo and piercing shop (most of them do it) and my hair has never been so vibrant! Once more these are less damaging than other products I've used as they have plenty conditioner within the dye. They come in so many amazing colours and are a real winner over the more expensive hair dyes in my opinion.
Sadly you can't buy these lip crayons online but the good news is is that they are stocked in Primark (and who doesn't shop in Primark ey?...unless your outside of the UK, sorry!). This gem cost me a mere £1.50 and I picked it up on my usual spending splurge while in store thinking "hey if its crap it doesn't matter for the price". I was actually REALLY pleasantly surprised. I bought it in the shade nude and although its not as amazing as some lip products I've tried and the colour pay off isn't as good, it works out as a really nice moisturizing lip balm which feels great and leaves a nice sheen.
That's everything! Done.Done.Done!
Hopefully you've seen something you'll be willing to try. Who knows, it might save you some pennies!
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Thanks for reading and don't forget guys that I'm up for the "next newcomer" award at this years cosmopolitan blog awards. Every vote counts :)