Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Tried and Tested £30 Make Up

This was originally going to be a £20 make up 'challenge' but I didn't want to include products that I wouldn't use myself so the total of this make up look is £30 but includes all major elements needed for an everyday look.

Foundation: Rimmel Match Perfection £7
This is the foundation I use everyday, it gives a light to medium coverage and can be easily built up. As the name suggests they have a large selection of shades so there should be something for everyone! I would especially recommend this to those with drier skin as it is quite hydrating.

Powder: Maybelline Matte Maker £4 (Not pictured)
This is a really high quality powder from the high street. It has a super smooth texture and lasts pretty well without going cakey.

Bronzer: NYC Smooth Skin in Sunny £2
I love this bronzer! It's such a bargain at £2 and can be used on a range of skin tones as it can be sheered out or built up. This looks super orange in the pan but works really well on even my super pale skin with a light hand.

Eyeshadow: Natural Collection Solo in Willow £2
This was my first ever Natural Collection product and I still use it daily as a highlight in the corner of my eye. If I'm going for more a simple look I just use this all over the lid. It has such good pigment for the price.

Eyeliner: 2True Effortless Eyeliner £2
I have mentioned this eyeliner before as it is the only liquid eyeliner I use. It lasts all day on my droopy lids, better than an high end liner be it pencil or liquid. Another very cheap product which I use daily to create a small wing.

Mascara: Rimmel Wonder'full £8
This is a great everyday mascara as it lengthens and separates while still giving some volume. It's not dramatic in anyway so I wouldn't use it for a special occasion but it does it's job as a decent mascara.

Eyebrows: Rimmel Professional Eyebrow Pencil £3
I have this pencil in black brown (04) and the colour match is create for my practically black hair. I actually like this better than a lot of other pencils because the colour easily transfers onto my hairy brows but doesn't smudge. With other eyebrow pencils I often find I have to press hard to transfer the colour which is a downside for me as I have bold brows which are blonde, completely different to my hair! If you need to change the colour of your eyebrows and just neaten them up a bit I would highly recommend this product. It is also one of the few high street products which is dark enough for me!

Lastly, Lips: Natural Collection Lipstick in Raspberry £2
This is a great everyday colour at a cheap price! A lot of the Natural Collection colour products are good quality but I haven't ever tried any of their base products, so I couldn't speak for them. Natural Collection lipsticks have a large range of colours for a great price so I would highly suggest checking them out.

So there you have it, a everyday make up look for just £30! I actually wear this combination regularly so I can vouch for the quality and lasting power of these products. What would you include in a £30 make up look?

Harriet x

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