I’ve purchased a few things recently, uh oh! I was starting to feel a bit naughty but then I realised, I hadn’t actually spent that much, all of these products are super affordable, barring the LUSH product, however; read my justification for why it is perfectly acceptable below.
First up is something I literally purchased today so I decided to add it
into this post. It is the ‘Inecto Pure Coconut Hair Repair Treatment’, this
cost me just £1.50 from Superdrug. I have no idea what to expect from this, all
I do know is that it smells good!
Next up is the ‘Collection Sheer Loose Powder’, I’ve seen this pop up here
and there on a few blogs and considering I wanted to try a translucent powder
as well as needing it to be a cheap one at that (student budget) I decided
to go with this. At just £2.99 I love it so far, it has replaced my Rimmel Stay
Matte which I have run out of and that I do not plan to buy again. Collection
products can be purchased from Superdrug and Boots.
Next up is the new ‘MUA Undressed Too Palette’, again this is from Superdrug
and it cost me just £4, even less with student discount….oh how I will miss
that little card! I’ve read that this is a dupe for the Urban Decay Naked 2
Palette, I cannot comment as I do not have the Urban Decay version however from
images online it does look similar! I saw this first mentioned by Sandra, her
blog being ‘The Black Pearl Blog‘,
check it out for comparisons to the Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette as her swatches of the two are brilliant!
Lastly is a product that I have wanted since I first saw it at Christmas. It
is the ‘LUSH Feeling Younger Skin Tint’, this can be used as a highlighter for
cheek bones and brow bones, it can also be used to brighten the under eye area;
as well as this you can also mix it into your foundation. So far I have only
used it as a highlighter and I have to say I’m really enjoying the results.
This little gem cost me £12 and at first I thought yikes, this is a little
extreme however you need such a small amount I just know it will last me well
into next year.
As far as I’m aware everything featured above is cruelty free.