Despite frequently sharing luxury products, I love the Budget Buys just as much and today I'm talking about 5 products under £10!
Soap and Glory Heel Genius £5.99
To think that we are on our feet all day long yet so many people forget to take care of them, foot cream is an essential part to my everyday routine. Even in the Winter I make sure my feet are well hydrated and one cream I’ve loved for years is the Soap & Glory Heel Genius, It’s gorgeous in texture and works wonders on rough/dry skin. Another reason I love Heel Genius is because it doesn’t smell too heavily of peppermint - Something I hate with most common foot creams - It’s 2015 guys, there’s NO excuses for crusty feet!
I can never perfect a feline flick the way I can when I use a liquid liner and this is my latest favourite. The brush is so fine which allows you to precisely create that wing, whether you like it bold and thick or barely there this is amazing for lining those lids. It’s an intense black which is striking against the eyes and BEST of all it lasts all day.
I didn’t know it was possible to be addicted to a lip balm but YES I assure you it is. There’s something about Blistex that I can’t get enough of, I apply it and within minutes I’m re-applying it - I love the texture on my lips and the hydrating feel.
I first purchased this from Walgreens in New York because I’d heard so much about it. Truth be told, when I was using it my skin was good (better than it is now!) I loved how clean it would leave my skin feeling, clearly something I was missing. It’s a fuss free product that simply cleanses the skin. I’d forgotten about Cetaphil till I saw Gemma tweet about it the other day, that was it - I trotted off to Boots and picked it up again. It's the ideal morning cleanse which instantly wakes up the skin!
Truth is, I can’t live without Seche Vite - I refuse to paint my nails if I don't have it. In my opinion it’s the quickest drying/glossiest top coat I have ever use. I know it has it’s down falls, the peeling the gloopyness but I still ALWAYS go back to it. I actually purchased the Seche Restore last year which is a great product if you’re a Seche fan like me - it thins out the product when it becomes to thick and restores it to it’s original formula.
What are your favourite Budget Buys?
Lots of Love