Saturday, 9 January 2016

Drugstore Vs. High-end

Hey guys, 

Although I am a self-confessed spendaholic when it comes to make-up, and almost always spend too much on something I just need to have. But, as you probably already know, there is so much amazing drugstore make up out there - that does not share the expensive price tag! Below are my favourite drugstore and high-end make up products at the moment, showing you how you can avoid spending more than you need to sometimes..

(Where possible I tried to provide dupes!)


Mac Pro Longwear Foundation NC20: £25.50
Estee Lauder Double Wear Foundation Ecru: £30
L'oreal Infallible 24H Matte Foundation 13 Rose Beige: £7.99
Kiko 3D Lifting Foundation 03 Natural Rose: £14.50 (Currently £7.20 Online!)


Benefit They're Real Mascara: £19.50
Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara: £17
L'oreal Volume Million Lashes Extra Black Mascara: £9.99


   Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze & Glow: £49
Benefit Hoola Bronzer: £23.50
Laura Mercier Matte Radiance Baked Power Highlight 01: £25

Sleek Face Form Contouring & Blush Palette: £9.99
Soap & Glory Solar Powder Bronzer: £11


M.A.C Pearlfusion Shadow Copperluxe: £30
Tanya Burr Hollywood Eyeshadow Palette: £5.99


M.A.C Cremesheen Creme in Your Coffee: £15.50
Kiko Crystal Sheer Glossy Lipstick 403 Desert Rose: £6.90 (Currently £3.40 Online!)

Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Lipstick Glastonberry: £23
Rimmel Kate Moss Lipstick 30: £5.49

M.A.C Matte Lipstick D for Danger: £15.50
Rimmel Kate Moss Lipstick 107: £5.49


Tanya Burr Hollywood Eyeshadow Palette

M.A.C Pearlfusion Shadow Copperluxe

Can you even believe how similar these two lipsticks are? I didn't swatch the same one twice, promise!

Do you have any drugstore dupes for high end products you love? Let me know..


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