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What makeup is best for a low budget shopper?

Updated on July 31, 2016

Makeup on a low budget

Right, so you're thinking... "I'm low on money but I really want to treat myself to some new makeup, what am I going to do?"

Am I right? Well luckily for you, you don't have to spend hundreds of pounds on makeup from companies such as Mac, you can find high quality cheap products right around the corner from you. This article is going to tell you the different types of makeup you can buy that are high quality but also easy on the pockets!

Okay so the first thing you probably want is a good concealer. I personally recommed the Makeup Revolution London- Cover & Conceal palette. It comes in light, medium and dark and each palette has 8 different shades inside a case which also has a mirror! They are cream concealers and very easy to blend and cover up your dark circles easily and quickly! This palette is only £6 and it lasts a long time. You can buy it from Superdrug and Boots stores.

So your going on a night out and you need something to make your lips stand out? Well look no further! Soap and Glory have a lipstick range that comes in a variety of colours and they are only £3.50 each. The range is called Sexy Mother Pucker Matte-Lip and they are absolutely beautiful! For such a low price you wouldn't expect much but they are bold colours that make your lips look great! And as for a lip liner? Simply buy lip liners from Primark! They are £1 each and they are actually pretty good! So that's your lips sorted for under £5.

FOUNDATION. Every girl loves a bit of foundation! And for me the best cheap foundation is Maybelline's dream Satin liquid foundation. The shades fit all skin tones and they actually have one which is light enough for me! ( I am very VERY pale) It has SPF 13 and has great coverage. It almost feels moussey on your fingers and when you put it on it is very smooth and not cakey at all! It is £7.99 which I think is a great price for a product so good!

Okay so that's the end of this article and I hope you got some good ideas for buying cheaper makeup without looking bad! You are guaranteed to look classy with this stuff on!


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