I love drugstore makeup and as much as I've enjoyed investing in higher end bits and bobs as I've got more into the makeup world I will forever be a drugstore girl at heart. Today I thought I'd show you some of my all time favourite products under £10 a few of these are old favourites but some are also new additions!
Maybelline Colour tattoo's -£4.99 (Pictured are On and on bronze and Creamy beige)
I thought I would start of with something that regular readers will know I love around a year and a half ago these are literally all I talked about I was obsessed. I still love them and I think for the price they really are amazing quality. They are something I feel like everyone should have in their collection.
Topshop cream blushes £7 (Pictured are Flush and Head over heels)
These are something else I was obsessed with at the same time as the Maybelline colour tattoo's as you can see in the pictures I actually hit pan on one shade. These are the most gorgeous cream to powder blushes which work well applied with the fingers but also with a brush. I find these don't move any product around under them which is one of my biggest problems with cream blushes.
Collection Eyes uncovered palettes £3.99 (Pictured are Nude and Nude bronze)
I am so impressed with these little palettes. If you read the review of them I put up a couple of weeks ago (If you haven't it's //Here//) you will see how insane the swatches are. For under £4 these shadows trump the likes of Mua and Makeup revolution shadows by a million miles. The texture is amazing and they blend like a dream whilst keeping a super intense colour.
Maybelline Instant anti age eraser eye £7.99
This was something that I put off trying for such a long time as the hype that surrounds it is just ridiculous but I am so glad I picked it up. It's the perfect texture for under the eyes as it isn't too creamy that it creases but it's easy to blend whilst still having a good amount of coverage. If you haven't picked this up yet because of the crazy amount of hype I seriously suggest you give it a go yourself!
Essence Long lasting lipsticks £2.30 (Pictured are Oh so matt! and All you need is red)
These are so affordable, if you want to try a colour but not splash out I couldn't recommend essence more. These lipsticks are really creamy and they feel really hydrating on the lips. The colour range is pretty extensive and lets face it you really can't go wrong with a lipstick that's only £2.30.
L'Oreal Glam bronze in Golden bronze. £7.99
This is one of the best dupes I've ever found, it is literally almost exactly the same as Nars Laguna it's perhaps a little warmer but it's perfect for bronzing the face. It even contains that tiny amount of shimmer that Laguna also contains. I love how easily it blends as it creates that perfect bronzey summer glow.
Seventeen Skin wow three way highlighter £5.99
This is another pretty impressive dupe. It reminds me a lot of the benefit liquid highlighters in terms of formula and the amount of radiance it offers. Shade wise it's most similar to High beam however it's not quite as pink. For me personally I use this mixed into my foundation to add a little bit of a glow. However it also looks lovely on the cheekbones and down the nose.
Rimmel Exaggerate lip liner £.3.99 (Pictured East end snob)
I actually picked this up as I've heard that it's a dupe for Charlotte Tilbury pillow talk which is one of my favourite lip liners at the moment. Despite not thinking it was a great dupe I do really love it. It's much more of a 90's shade as it's a very pinky nude. It's really lovely and creamy and doesn't drag on the lips at all. I definitely need to pick up some more shades.
L'Oreal Infallible 24h matte foundation £7.99
This stuff is one of the best drugstore foundations I have ever tried. Every time I wear it someone says how good it looks or asks me what I'm wearing on my skin. It offers really amazing coverage without being super heavy and cakey. I personally wouldn't say the finish is a Matte it's more on the demi matte/very naturally dewy scale. I was a little worried it would cling to the dry patches on my face however I've found it sits nicely on both dry patches and oily patches.
Topshop Lipsticks £8.00 ( Rio rio, Hazard and Beguiled)
Topshop lipsticks in my opinion are some of the best on the market. The formula is seriously comparable to Mac's satin formula. They are highly pigmented with an almost matte finish but they aren't in the slightest bit drying. The lasting power of these is amazing and the formula is very creamy making application easy.
So that's it for my top ten under £10 If you got to the end of this post I will be super impressed but if you did I really hope you enjoyed it!