Friday, 8 May 2015

Top 10 for under £10 | May



When I rummaged through my makeup collection to collect my products for this post, it was a lot harder than I thought as a lot of the products I have are under £5 or slightly over £10.

Boots Botanics 100% Organic Facial Oil // £9.99
I recently been transitioning into all natural skin care, and this facial oil moistures my skin without any harsh chemicals or added nasty ingredients.

Rimmel London Provocalips // £6.99
I have a love / hate relationship with these liquid lipsticks, I love how pigmented and long wearing they are, but I hate how difficult they are to remove.

Rimmel London BB Cream - Matte // £6.99
I love this for days where I'm in a rush and want to throw on a quick and easy base. It mattifies my skin without it being too drying and clinging to any dehydrated areas.

NYX Soft Matte Lip Creams // £7.00
It's no secret how much I love these lip creams, and recently I expanded my collection. If you get chance to buy one of these lip creams just do it and thank me later.

The Body Shop Big & Curvy Mascara // £10.00
This is my favourite lower lash mascara, the brush is super thin and narrow so coats my lashes without leaving black smudges on my under eye area.

L'Oreal True Match Powder // £8.19
I like to buff this into my skin on days where I'm wearing an extremely light base, or to blend out bronzer or blush if I've been too heavy handed.

NYX Eyeshadow Base // £6.00
This is my holy grail eye shadow base, and such a great alternative to a MAC Cosmetics paint pot.

Makeup Geek Pigments // £5.27 (exchange rate dependant)
I have made no secret of my love for Makeup Geek products, and the foiled eye shadows are some of the best products they sell. A mix between a powder and a pigment they provide extreme pigment without the need for a base or mixing medium.

MAC Cosmetics Pro Palette Eyeshadow Refill // £10.00
Everyone loves a good MAC Cosmetics eyeshadow - espencially 'Expensive Pink'.

LUSH Shampoo Bar // £5.75
I've been using 100% natural hair care for a while now and my hair has been in the best condition it's ever been. LUSH shampoo and conditioner bars have been a staple in my hair care routine for a couple of months, and they're better value than regular shampoo and conditioners.

What are your favourite products for under £10?

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