Monday, 16 June 2014

Top 5 Products under £10 || Guest Post


Hello everybody, I'm Priya, an avid reader of Megan's blog and today I'll be sharing 5 products for under £10. Of course, you can find me here where I write about beauty products and other bits and bobs.

So first off I'll start with the Kiko Kissable Lip Balm with spf 15, this is around the £5 mark and kiko often do discounts too. The lip balm is so fruity, it feels like butter and it's lightly tinted, it adds colour to lips, moisture and spf at the same time! so I would highly recommend this and I honestly can't get enough of them.

The Soap and Glory Feel Good Factor is another great product, especially when on a budget - I guess I'm being quite cheeky here and including it as under £10 because it's currently on offer but it does retail just a teeny tiny bit above £10. It's pretty much a primer, moisturiser and spf in one, and it does a pretty good job at all of those claims. I find myself using this daily since I've purchased it.

When the sun's out, everyone wants to get that sun kissed glow with highlighters and shimmer-y products which can become quite pricey and also risky as you do run the disco ball risk. The Tony Moly Crystal Light Pink Beam, is a highlighter which you can kind of tell is a dupe for the benefit sun beam /high beam as it does come in two shades. Price wise it's around £5 but you can only get it online since it's a Korean beauty product. But it does a pretty good job at the fine shimmer glow, and I do prefer it to the high beam which I also have. Plus the packaging does look superior to me.

Another Kiko product is the Kiko Glow touch lip & cheek, which is another Kiko bargain in my opinion. Consistency wise it almost mirrors the Kevyn Aucoin creamy glow but it has far more product and is just a fraction of the price. There's a fairly good shade range, which is great. The product is really pigmented and looks lovely on the cheeks and it has no shimmer which I love. You can also use this on the lips, but the shade I have (Wave hibiscus) doesn't look to great on my lips, so it's much better as a cream blush. I highly urge anyone to try this out if they get the chance.

Lastly, is the Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge, I'll keep this one short and sweet - it's a great alternative for the beauty blender. I use it mainly for under eye concealer by pressing the flat side on the eye are and it gives a really even look. It can be used for blusher, foundation, and so much more so if you're looking for something to help you achieve a more flawless finish - this is the one.

Those are the 5 products I've picked, a huge thank you to Megan for letting me feature on her blog.
Priya x
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10 comments

  1. Love Kiko!!
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  2. Need to try that soap and glory product!

    Hannah Heartss x

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  3. I really must try Kiko, thanks for posting :) xx
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  4. All these sound amazing, Kiko is on my to try list! The S&G BB cream sounds amazing too! :)
    www.nicolabishopx.com

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  5. Great post, I keep meaning to buy that blending sponge every time I go into Boots!!

    Catherine xx
    www.youwishyou.com

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    1. Tell me about it, it's always on offer in Asda to if you have one near by that stocks RT's xx

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