Everyone loves a bargain and over the years I have accumulated a ridiculous amount of makeup from the drugstore, but here’s a list of the products that I pretty much use on a daily basis and have earned a staple spot in my ‘beauti-bag’.


NYX Shine Killer Primer (£9): Perfect for my oily skin. I find this works extremely well with my Maybelline Fit Me foundation!


Rimmel Stay Matte Powder (£3.99): I have used this to set my foundation since I first started wearing makeup and it has never failed me!


Maybelline Fit Me Matte Poreless Foundation (£5.99): This is my go to foundation at the minute, I use it regularly – it’s so buildable and helps combat my oily skin during the day!


Maybelline Age Rewind Concealer (£7.99): My absolute favourite under eye concealer – has great coverage, doesn’t crease quickly once set, and doesn’t break the bank!


Maybelline Gel Liner (£7.99): It doesn’t transfer, it’s jet black and it’s matte – for £7.99, what more could you want?


Makeup Revolution Ultra Professional Eyeshadow Flawless Palette (£8): The shades in this palette can be hit and miss, particularly the matte shades. However, I always find myself reaching for the shimmer shades because these do not disappoint!


L’Oreal False Lash Sculpt Mascara (£9.99): This mascara sits right behind my Benefit Roller Lash! It accentuates the length of my lashes significantly, so if longer lashes is something you look for in a mascara – this is ideal.


Revolution Baked Highlighter (£3) – Golden Lights: According to YouTube, this is a dupe for NARS Albatross? Either way, it’s such a nice highlighter! Although it looks white in it’s packaging, it’s actually a bold yellow-gold colour, so I normally wear it on a night out. But if bold highlighters are your thing, this is definitely worth a try!


NYX Lip Lingerie (£6.50): Bedtime Flirt, Ruffle Trim and Exotic; these three are my absolute favourites and the former two are supposedly dupes for Kylie Cosmetics Candy K and Ginger. They also have a new formula which is so much better than before because it’s now longer wearing and very hydrating!


NYX Micro Brow Pencil (£7): I use this mostly everyday with my ABH Dip Brow Pomade! Because it’s a micro brow pencil, it’s great for really defining your brows.


Maybelline Brow-drama Sculpting Mascara (£4.99) – Transparent: I find this brow mascara great for setting my brows, it’s a cheaper alternative to ABH brow gel and Benefit Gimme Brow!


Soap & Glory Solar Powder (£11): Just like the Rimmel powder, I’ve used this for years! Because I’m quite pale, I find it great for subtle bronzing and warming up the face.


The Balm Meet Matt(e) Hughes Liquid Lipstick (£13.50) – Committed: One of the pricer drugstore brands, but one of my absolute go to’s! No doubt my favourite smelling liquid lipstick (smells like mint chocolate), it’s hydrating and long lasting!

What are your all time favourite drugstore products?


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