Review: Primarks P.S. Love 9 Shade Eye Palette Review

PS Love 9 Shade Eyeshadow Palette

I am a huge believer in been able to find good beauty products at a low price, we are living in an age where beauty products to some extent are becoming more accessible and more affordable. Today I am looking at another affordable eyeshadow option, so let’s see how it compares.

P.S Love 9 Shade Eye Palette Eye Shadow

Last February I did an extensive post on a range of P.S. Love products which you can read here, and I am finally picking up another product to test out. I was trying to resist buying more eyeshadows but when I spotted this beautiful warm neutral palette for only £2.50 I couldn’t resist. I love all 9 shades in this palette and I feel in general it works in 3 strips of ‘looks’, but you can easily mix and match across the whole palette. The packaging is sturdy so it will be great for travel, I just feel as though it is a shame that there isn’t a mirror but sometimes it is useful to see the shades in the palette.

ps. love 9 shade eye palette swatches

So how does it swatch? Initially I was unsure when I got the palette home and played with it the first time some shadows appeared chalky and had a lot of fall out. When swatching a good level of colour goes on your fingertips but when transferred onto the skin the pigmentation is not quite as high as I would like it to be. Pigmentation is better when applying to the lid with brushes.

From the colours you were never going to be able to create a dramatic look but you can create a variety of natural and versatile looks. I found these shadows applied best when using  a fluffy brush opposed to a flat brush, but they apply well and will a little bit of work blend really nicely. The shadows last well over the day, and I have no noticed any creasing but I usually apply eyeshadow primer or an eyeshadow base regardless as part of my routine. After the initial push the first day or so to make sure I’d tried it for review I found myself reaching for it most work mornings, it is so easy to put together an appropriate work look or something natural for every day.

P.S Love 9 Shadow Eye Palette Eye Shadow

The P.S. Love 9 Shade Eye Palette is available in Primark stores for £2.50 and is available in the warm neutrals as seen in this post as well as a smoky palette. Subject to availability, but you can check out the full P.S Love product range on the Primark website.

Overall I really like the P.S Love 9 Shade Eye Palette and I would be tempted to try the more smokey toned one. It offers great value for money and is great for any one from those starting out to makeup junkies, I do recommend checking it out next time your in Primark. Let me know if you’ve tried any of the Primark P.S. Love Range and let me know your thoughts in the comments.

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Review: P.S Love Nail Polish Fast Dry Spray

If you haven’t seen my recent Primark haul where have you been? (Don’t worry you can check it out here. Anyway in that haul I picked up the P.S. Love Nail Polish Fast Dry Spray which hopefully will speed up the drying time of nail polish and make life easier.

If your anything like me paint your nails can become a chore where your impatience means they quickly get ruined as I never leave it long enough to dry properly. I’ve wondered about the quick dry top coats and sprays and always wonder if they are worth the money but with this option being only £0.80 then how could I possibly go wrong . . .

So I picked out a nail polish I like that’s never done me wrong before, and I went for the MUA Nail Polish in Purple lovely colour but takes a few layers to build it up so this spray is ideal. So I put on the first layer like normal and let it dry completely on its own before using this spray between each layer and following the instructions, keeping the can so many inches away and not touching it for a minute afterwards. Which did leave the nails each time shinny and dry, so in theory it quickened it up but it didn’t feel like it, it felt like a lot of faff. Also I am unsure what I was expecting but it came out feeling oily while I was definitely expecting more of an alcohol spray, instead of oil. I am so glad I was doing it over a blank piece of paper for photo purposes instead of just generally like I might have done if I wasn’t reviewing it. The oil residue sunk straight into the paper making it look like something your fast food is wrapped in which isn’t pleasant. Although I haven’t tried it and don’t especially wish to I have a hunch this may mark/stain clothes, so use with care. I don’t think I will use this without paper underneath or something.

I’ve tried it a few times before writing the review and I have to say I am finding it doesn’t necessarily speed up the process of painting my nails, with all the stopping, spraying, waiting and cleaning off the residue. Also I’ve tried it with a number of polishes from MUA, to the Barry M Hi-Gelly Shine Polishes and within 24 hours my nails are all super chipper and most of the polish has flaked off even if they wouldn’t normally chip so soon which is a huge concern. I think my final verdict is that it does make it quicker if you need a few layers to dry super quick before a night/evening out but other than that I’d just say be patient. Doing your nails normally doesn’t take that much longer and for quick drying the Barry M Speedy Dry Polishes are amazing?

If you have tried any of the speed dry products let me know what you think of them and how they work in the comments. I still love the idea of quick drying nails but this budget option definitely isn’t viable.

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Boots Essentials Haul

boots essentials

So I popped into Boots the other day and stocked up on all the boots essentials stuff with it all being in 3 for 2, it is so easy to go for 6 items plus it is all really affordable. Anyway this is what I picked up from Boots Essentials Range.

I haven’t tried either of these wipes yet but I picked up two different ones just to try, they are great for while you’re doing makeup or if I’m super lazy to take off makeup initially. I love the cucumber range so the Boots Essentials Refreshing Cucumber Cleansing Facial Wipes, so these will be great, the other ones I hope will be less drying than normal face wipes which is the Boots Essentials Moisturising Cleansing Facial Wipes. I’ll take one pack away with me for Easter as I know I might be lazier while away.

boots essentials cucumber facial wash

I am no means loyal with face wash and simply pick up what is easiest and seeing their was the offer I picked up the Boots Essentials Cucumber Facial Wash, I’m obsessed with the cucumber scent so fresh and perfect to awaken the skin. As I now have the p.s love cleansing pad  I feel less of a need for exfoliating washes and that really cleanses the skin on its own.

The final 3 items are all about makeup removal, one of which I picked up for the break I’m going on soon although I’m not sure what skincare I am taking yet. Regardless of if I take them on the trip or not I think Boots Essentials Cucumber Eye Makeup Remover Pads will be useful one way or another, hopefully they work and I will report back how I find them. Finally there were two repurchases which I have absolutely loved using as they are so refreshing and great at removing makeup, I really recommend checking them out the Boots Essentials Cucumber Creamy Cleanser and the Boots Essentials Cucumber Facial Toner. I have used these every morning and evening and my skin has really noticed the difference although it may simply be because I’ve found a routine which works for me.

Have you tried the Boots Essentials products? What are you favourite budget friendly skincare items, let me know in the comments.

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Battle of the Face Palettes : Sleek Vs. Makeup Rovolution

Drugstore Contour PAlettes

Unlike with other products where I state my first impression and then use over time, which I feel is important with lipsticks and foundations which I have reviewed in the past this isn’t exactly a new product to me. It’s a direct dupe for the Sleek Face Form and my initial impression was more ‘hey this looks exactly the same’. For about a week or so I have interchanged the Sleek Face Form and Makeup Revolution Ultra Sculpt, and I finally feel ready to compare.

Sleek vs makeup revolution contour palettes

Travelling and Practicality

As you may or may not know, I love my Sleek Face Form palette taking it Travelling with me as well as using it for my 6 Product Face. A simple dare I say, Sleek, its compact with a really decent sized mirror perfect for travel, to put in your bag or just to have in your collection. It is also has fairly robust packaging that I doubt will break or crack as its thick tough plastic. It is obvious just from the price point of the Makeup Revolution Ultra Scuplt, the packaging would not be as robust or pretty but it protects in and there is a practicality to seeing the colours through the packaging know as in your collection you know exactly what you are getting. The see through packaging does prevent a practical mirror, there is a small mirror inside the palette but being only a thin strip, I feel as though the mirror is redundant and there might as well not being one. It terms or practicality and packaging, I think the Sleek Face Form Palette is the clear winner but it costs £7.00 more which means it is obvious a greater expense can be spent on packaging. The Makeup Revolution palette is not bad but it’s just not a robust or practical as the Sleek palette.

Drugstore Contour Swatches

Swatches and Colour Comparisons

I have to say side by side the bronze and blush are so damn similar you could get away with either and wouldn’t notice the difference, the only thing different is the highlighter. In both cases the highlight just adds shimmer opposed to lightening everything up, which I know is not to everyone’s taste and I do know people who find it too shimmery it depends what you like. If you prefer more lightening then there are plenty of options on the market.

Use, Appearance and Blendability

I never think about much about applying Sleek Face Form anymore, after having it over a year you simply get used to how much to put on the brush and where your prefer it. It blends so effortlessly that you don’t have to worry about heavy handed adding just the right about of colour or highlight. I love the blush in the Sleek palette but due to the shimmer content it is definitely more of a spring/summer blush or evening blush in the winter months. I don’t always used the blush sometimes simply switching out the blush depending on what I feel like. I love the bendability of this palette and you can blend to make subtle transitions between the colours creating a more seamless look.

The main difference between the two of these is that the Makeup Revolution bronzer is not as bendable, needing a lot more work to blend it out. What I have found works best for the Makeup Revolution bronzer is that you need to build it up tapping off the excess and take time on it, it may seem like more effort but it is so much effort to blend it is a much better route. The blush has less shimmer or glitter in it than the sleek counterpart but it is less pigmented, so it does need building up but I don’t feel like this is a big deal and the reduced pigmentation gives you more options from a slight flush to a pop of colour it is a really diverse blush. Also with the less shimmer it is more wearable in my option for more occasions but I think in either case I am most likely to use the highlight and bronzer, choosing to mix up the blush more.

For colours there is little difference between the two, pick up whichever you want if you like the colour selection. The Sleek Face Form Palette is more blendable while the Makeup Revolution Ultra Sculpt is one where you need a light hand and build it up, so I won’t pick a winner here as this depends on your skill level and preferred method of application.

 Sleek Face Form and Makeup Revolution Contour

Which is Best?

I think if I only had one I would opt for the Sleek Face Form palette as it blends so much easier and it is more practical packaging. Both are great and do the same job, if you are happy to bland and always do your makeup in a proper home set up or if travelling you have a proper area to do makeup there is no reason not to buy the Makeup Revolution Ultra Sculpt. Both are great products and I would recommend both, but I know due to them being so similar you only need one in your collection yet you cannot loose with either of these.

The Sleek Face Form Palette is available from Sleek, Tesco, Superdrug and Boots for £9.99, and comes in 4 shades Fair, Light, Medium and Dark.

The Makeup Revolution Ultra Sculpt, is available from Makeup Revolution and Superdrug for £3.50, and comes in Ultra Fair and Light Medium. Makeup Revolution also do a similar Iconic Pro Blush, Bronze and Brighten Palette which I am curious to try now, highly similar and only £4.00.

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Unsung Beauty Heros

unsung beauty heros

These are fairly common in which people talk about all of the stuff people rarely talk about but are amazing products, so I thought I’d tell you mine. All of these are all things we’ve heard about before where we hear how celebrities apparently use them and we’re never sure if they do. So today I thought I’d tell you about the ‘mundane’ product which I feel as though are essential to my makeup/beauty routine.


A nappy rash cream to most this is essential in my house, when we were younger my mum would use it on burns, bad cuts etc. due to its antiseptic properties. So it is a great product to have in your first aid kit as it treats practically everything, just read the side of the tub if you aren’t sure. My main use for it is dry skin, I get horribly dry and cracked elbows. Sudocream is the only thing that doesn’t make them sting and the anti-septic nature will do them some good and really hydrates and treats the dry skin.

Some people sware on using Sudocream for treating acne and spots, which it even names on the side of the tub. I have tried it once or twice but as I am so inconsistent using it once one day and then not again for weeks I was never going to change anything.


Similar to Sudocream, Bepanthen is traditional a nappy cream, thick and moisturising. After first getting this for healing my tattoo it is a great product, aiding the heeling of skin and deeply moisturising. I use this on dry skin as well as sudocream as sometimes it just depends what is to hand.


On the slightly more expensive side of these products, although none are that expensive bio oil is meant to be one of those miracle oils. It is meant to fix scars, stretch marks, uneven skin tone, aging skin and dehydration. At this point I have only used it to remove stretch marks caused by puberty and to get rid of scars, I have to says with persistent use (it still works sporadically it just takes much longer) it really does reduce the appearance of scars. I would say that it removed them completely but I know results might vary and to some they might still be visible, but I doubt they would be noticeable to anyone who didn’t know they were there.

Baby Oil

Sadly I don’t currently have a baby oil but in due time I probably will, my main uses of baby oil are shaving related. First and foremost you can use it to ‘dry shave’, don’t have time to re-shower but need to shave your legs just slather them up with baby oil and go. It leaves your legs beautiful by feeling silky and smoothly shaved, also they smell absolutely amazing. Also if you don’t have any nude tights but want beautiful looking leg just use a touch a baby oil for lovely looking legs with a slight dewy look.

Other uses that I haven’t personally tried include a cleanser/makeup remover, I keep thinking of trying this but I don’t like the oily feeling on my face. They can also be used to clean makeup brushes but I’m happy with baby shampoo but I will totally use this method in future.


Anti-bacterial Hand Gel

To me this is essential with makeup application, there could be any number of germs on your hands or and number of oils on your face, so before and after each time I use my hands I just use a bit of hand gel. It is even more important if you are touching up on the go, god knows what you’ve come into contact with over the course of the day.

Facial Wipes/Baby Wipes

Baby wipe or facial wipes are always great, whether to fix mistakes or wipe your hands clean they are a great staple. You can also use them for makeup removal, maybe not the best method but it’s not a bad way to go. I always like to take my makeup off as soon as I get in from work but sometimes I am feeling way too lazy I simply grab a wipe and use that. I tend to come back later to do a proper routine but they are so nifty. Don’t bother with anything expensive, any baby wipes or facial wipes will do my favourite are Tesco everyday value wipes.

So what are your less talked about beauty favourites? What unassuming product could you not live without?

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Day 97: Top 5 Skincare Under £6

Carrying on my budget series todays post is on my favourite skin care products on a budget. So here are my t0p 5 products that are under £10. Once again products are in price order.

Also again apologies for the lack of pictures first and foremost my cameras playing up and now I cannot even upload pictures its not going well.

Superdrug Deep Action Mattifying Shine Control Papers

First up is essentially blotting papers, I always thought they were a waste of money just reapplying powder which is bad for your skin, brushes and is just plain gross. This has been a life saver for my skin, the condition has improved dramatically and it saves make up as after blotting you don’t always need to powder. Available at Superdrug for £2.59.

Superdrug Pink Grapefruit Facial Wash

This isn’t for a particular face wash although I love this one as I love pink grapefruit but they have others in this range. The superdrug tea tree range has been a cheap skin care life savers, I love tea tree products they work wonders for my skin what would I do without it. Available at Superdrug fo £3.29.

Dove Summer Glow Fair to Medium

This is by far my favourite gradual tanning type product, I’m not big on the whole tanning front and this you can build up slowly over a few days/week for a natural tan/glow. It doesn’t have that typical fake tan, and is highly moisturising it barely streaks just remember to build it up in thin layers over time as it takes a while for colour to show. I’ve been buying this for at least the past 4/5 years and I haven’t found anything better. Available at Superdrug for £4.99.

Nivea Daily Essentials Express Hydration Primer

This was an obvious one featured in all my essentials, what’s in my make up bag and make up routine posts so I won’t say much more about it. Essentially a good strong hydrating base for any make up routine. Available at Superdrug for £4.99.

The Body Shop Tea Tree Blemish Gel

And finally another life saving product, basically you pop it on the spot it reduces redness and brings down spots quickly. The only downside is the small size so some people may prefer to use other products but I’ve found this really works. Available at The Body Shop for £6.00.

So these are my budget beauty loves for skin care. What budget/drugstore skincare products do you love?

Gwenllian Branwen

Day 95: Top Eye Products under £10

So here are my top drugstore eye products including eyeshadows, mascaras and eyeliners; basically all the things I absolutely love considering I almost always focus on my eyes. Once again all ordered in price order from low to high.

Collection Colour Kohl Eyeliner in Black Magic


I have repurchased this eyeliner so many times, its a really intense black which can be used for all of your usual eyeliner need. It stays on the waterline for hours and can be easily smudged out. Although I am always trying new eyeliners I doubt I will ever stop using this one. Available at Superdrug for £1.99.

MUA Heaven and Earth Palette


The most amazing, go to easy to reach for palette I have ever owned, I pretty much use this every day and you can use it for a wide variety looks its going to make me so upset for when I start to hit pan on this product yet at being so inexpensive you can easily buy a new one. In addition, there isn’t a single colour I haven’t used loads so it is definitely worth it. Available from MUA and in Superdrug stores for £4.

Avon True Colour Eye Duo in Warm Cashmere


A small handbag sized duo now, an entire subtle day time look all that can easily fit in any handbag or make up day. Its ideal for touch ups however, with such long livity with these eyeshadows you won’t need to but I carry it in my bag anyway. With both been matt its ideal for day time  as half the time now I find it difficult to find matt neutral shades. Available from Avon for £6.00.

MUA Luxe Pretty Edgy Eye Palette


So finally I have this stunning palette, I initially bought it for the packaging and have since fallen in love with it especially for more dramtic night time looks. With the pinks though you can also create a cute day time look if you wanted to and the 4 big shades are matte. Available from MUA for £8.00.

There are other drug store products I love like the Max Factor False Lash Effect as well as some Body Shop however, despite often been on offer often the retail prices are over £10 so did not include them.

What are your favourite eye products?


Gwenllian Branwen


Day 94: Top Lip Products Under £10

So I’m starting off this top drugstore make up week by starting off with my favourite drugstore Lip Products. Essentially all the lip sticks, lip glosses and lip balms I love from the drug store. (Products will be ordered in price order from cheapest to most expensive

 MUA Lipstick in Bare


I own loads of the MUA lipsticks now, but this is by far my favourite. Its a  simple nude tone that is perfect for any occasion or make up look, its a fairly matt finish and just ties up a simple look. The only thing is that it isn’t that moisturising therefore balm will need to be worn underneath. The best thing is the price at only £1.00 a lipstick you can experiment and build your collection easily. Available from Superdrug and the MUA store for £1.00.

Body Shop Born Lippy Stick Lip Balm in Pomegranate

 18I’m a big lover of lip balms and the body shop, so this one is obvious. A highly moisturising, beautiful smelling lip balm with a slight tint to it, ideal for any make up kit or bag. It smell so delicious you could eat it and they have no shortage of yummy favourites will definitely make sure my supply is stocked up. Available from the Body Shop for £3.00.

MUA Luxe Lip Lacquer in Tranquility


These had a odd texture to get used to but have amazing colours and are extremely long lasting. Check out my few review of the MUA Luxe Lip Lacquer here. Available in Superdrug stores and from the MUA Store for £3.00.

Barry M Cor Balmy in Adam and Eve


This I have used pretty much everyday since I bought it and I have regularly mentioned it in current make up routine posts and make up kit posts. Read the full review here. Available at Superdrug for £3.49.

Body Shop Pink Grapefruit Lip Butter


For when your lips need some serious TLC, opt for the Body Shop Lip Butters unfortunately I am currently all out and will definitely be buying some before the winter weather well and truly sets in. I’m in love with all of the pink grapefruit range as it isn’t too sickly sweet and is really fresh smelly. There is no chapped lipped situation I have had that hasn’t been repaired but this. Available from the Body Shop for £4.00.

Rimmel Apocalips Lip Lacquer in Nova


This was my statement lip colour of the summer, a beautiful bright girly pink. The apocalips colours come in a stunning range of colours and it has a beautiful moisturising formula for a full review look here. Available at Boots for £6.49 and Superdrug for £5.99.

Tanya Burr Lipgloss in Just Peachy


And finally Tanya Burrs lipgloss, this is relatively new to my collection and I’ve fallen head over heels in love with it. A beautiful neutral colour thats smooth and moisturising, plus another bonus it isn’t that sticky although I doubt nothing will ever stop my boyfriend moaning about lip gloss. All the youtubers love it and it isn’t a bias towards a friend it is an amazing product. Available from Superdrug for £6.99 £4.66.

What are your favourite budget beauty lip buys?


Gwenllian Branwen


Day 90: Make Up Starter Kit (under £20)

So school starts again this week so I thought I’d do a make up starter kit, for if you want to start but don’t know where to or you want to stock up your basics. To make it more of a challenge for myself by trying to create the entire set for under £20.00 for everything therefore making it appropriate for those starting out to affordably buy.



You don’t need to start off with a full foundation routine, begin with a BB cream or tinted moisturiser which will even out you’re skin tone but isn’t to heavy. For this I recommend Natural Collections Tinted Moisturiser, there are loads that are affordable but I didn’t want to suggest one I hadn’t tried myself. This I used loads when I started out using make up and its only £1.99 at boots.

For a powder I live at the budget end, I’ve tried loads and the one I always come back to is Collection Pressed Powder. For a start this one actually comes in a shade that matches my skin tone. It mattifys, reduces oily appearance and lasts all day, basically all that you want in a powder that you don’t need to spend any more. This is available at Superdrug for £1.99.

Concealer is a must for any make up collection, a recently new discovery for me but my mums used it for ages is the NYC Cover Stick, effortlessly blendable as well as providing a high level of coverage to hide pesky redness and spots. Available from Superdrug for £1.79.

To finish it off I’m adding a blush, to add a touch of colour to your face. My new favourite blushers are the MUA Blushers. With a large range of colours corals, pinks, lilacs edging on to bronze, they are well pigmented and workable. For such a low price it is perfect for starting off your make up collection and even experimenting with colours of blush without breaking the bank. Available direct from MUA or Superdrug for £1.00.



Most important for eyes is mascara, defining and adding to the look of the the face. Here I am choosing my tried and tested endlessly repurchased Collection Supersize Fat Lash MascaraI love this which adds lots of volume without clumps or looking unnatural it is now a permanent part of my make up collection. This is a great mascara for the price, I also love the Max Factor False Lash Effect but costing an aditional £8.00 its not for starter, I have also never paid full price for it so I understand not wanting to spend £11 on a mascara when cheaper ones like this work just as well. Available at Boots for £2.99.

For Eye Shadows I picked two palettes allowing you to complete all looks that you’d want to. First up I picked the NYC HD Quattro Eyeshadow in Gothic Harlem, this is perfect for night looks with everything you need for a night look, highlighter and all. Perfect for smokey eyes and dramatic night time looks, also at only £2.99 at Superdrug it is a perfect staple for your make up bag. In addition to this I picked my go to, madly in love with palette MUAs Heaven and Earth Palette. It is great for so many looks from simple to dramatic including beautiful brown smoky eyes, I just can’t get over how pigmented the eye shadows are it is just the perfect neutral budget palette. Available from Superdrug for £4.00.



I’m counting these as simple 1 item at only £1.00, as I think lip colour and picking between lipstick and lip gloss is definitely a personal preferences. I especially love the lipsticks such good pigmentation and log lasting I think everyone should check them out.

Final Total: £17.75

So here are a few ideas for a complete make up kit if you are just starting out especially at coming in at under £20, everyone priorities are different I am a much more eye person some people prefer lips so will spend more there and less on eyes.

What is in your make up starter kit?


Gwenllian Branwen


Day 47: Top 5 Under £5.00

As you all know I love a bargain and I just thought I’d do a posts of my top 5 products that are £5.00 or less.


5)Sleek Shimmer Blush in Suede

Sleek blushes are amazing I cannot get enough of them or MUA blushes but this is by far my favourite everyday colour, it just adds a cute subtle flush but it isn’t in your face. It is would work for most skin tones so would slip right into any make up collection as a perfect go to blush. Available at Superdrug for £4.99.


4) NYC Expert Nail Polish in Lavender Cupcakes

I’m so madly in love with this colour this summer, its so pretty and pastel a perfect subtle summer shade. The colour pay off is amazing that you only really need one or two coats and it lasts ages with no chips. They have a great range of colours, I just think pretty pastels are prefect for this summer season. Available from Superdrug for £2.49.


3) Collection Supersize Mascara in Ultra Black

I cannot even begin to think how many times I have repurchased this mascara but I love it so much. I adds the prefect amount of volume, making your eye lashes look fuller and thicker without clumping or looking unnatural. Collection do a lot of great products so if you are on a tight budget I seriously suggest you check out the Collection counter at your local drug store. Available at Boots and Superdrug for £2.99.


2) Tesco Everday Facial Wipes

I’m aware people are sometimes stick there nose up at face wipes but they are so practical, quick and easy. These I have to say are my favourite there have no fragrance and are fairly wet as I know sometimes cheaper face wipes tend to be fairly dry and no good for taking off make up. Also I have found these are surprisingly good at taking off any sort of make up including water proof make up such as mascaras while still been kind on the skin, I wouldn’t buy anything else now. Available at Tesco for £0.50.


1) Nivea Daily Essentials Express Hydration Primer

(For Normal Combination Skin)

As if my number one is really a surprise, I know I go on about this all the time but I love it so much. I won’t carry on going on about it but it leaves such a perfect base for my make up and leaves my skin smooth and perfect I don’t know what I’d do without it also it is regularly on offer somewhere or another. Available at Boots and Superdrug for £4.99.

Hope you enjoyed this post and you can discover some amazing products that are purse friendly. So what are your favourite beauty products that cost less than £5.00?

Gwenllian Branwen