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Other: How Much Is My Face Worth? #3

It's been a little while since my last 'how much is my face worth?' post so I thought I'd do another little post of the updated version. The first time I did this the cost of all the products I used was £60.98, whereas the second time I did it the cost was £126.51.. let's have a look at the damage this time round!

Bourjois Healthy Mix Serum in 51 Light Vanilla - £10.99 from Boots
A new addition to my every day make-up routine, I find it works well mixed with Max Factor's Colour Adapt Foundation for full coverage but if I want a light, dewy base it's perfect on it's own. Also it is the perfect match for my skintone.
Max Factor Colour Adapt Foundation in 40 Creamy Ivory - £9.99 from Boots
A very creamy foundation, it helps build up other foundations to give them more coverage and works well on it's own and although the colour is just a little bit too tanned for my skintone, other foundations help to tone the colour down.
Natural Collection Corrector Stick in Green - £1.99 from Boots (Review)
Fab little stick, it takes away all redness on the skin before foundation and stays on all day. Amazing for less than £2!

Collection 2000 Face and Body Illuminator in Maldives - £2.99 from eBay (Review)
My favourite highlighter; it's cheap, a gorgeous colour and perfect for every day. I wear it every day and have done for over a year and still have 1/3 of the stick left. A little goes a long way and you get loads for your money. Highly recommend! 
NYX Cream Blusher in Glow - £4.99 from Chemist Direct (Review)
Probably my favourite blusher, it's incredibly creamy and so, so easy to apply. Again, a little goes a long way so a quick dab to the cheeks and you're good to go.
Natural Collection Powder Blush in Peach Melba - £1.99 from Boots
A lovely inexpensive every day peachy pink blusher. It's a lovely colour and for £2 it's a bargain!
Mac Blusher in Harmony - £17.50 from MAC (Review)
If it's good enough for the Kardashians it's good enough for me! A lovely neutral toned blusher, perfect for every day and great for contouring. Pricey, but worth it.

(From left to right and from top to bottom)
Avon Ultra Colour Rich Lipstick in Carnation - £7 from Avon
Carnation is a really lovely, creamy muted rosy pink. It's a 'my lips but better' lipstick which is so, so easy to apply and doesn't show up any dry areas on the lips either.
MUA Lipstick in Shade 15 Juicy - £1 from Superdrug (Review)
I'm a huge fan of this lipstick - it's the most perfect, inexpensive, every day coral which is long lasting and very pigmented considering the price.
Natural Collection Moisture Shine Lipstick in Rose Petal - £1.99 from Boots (Review)
Again, a lovely inexpensive lipstick! Rose petal is a lovely soft pink with a hint of coral: it's very opaque and looks matte when applied.
Revlon Lip Butter in Macaroon - £7.99 from Boots
Like all of the other Revlon Lip Butters, this lipstick is so moisturising on the lips and lovely to wear. Macaroon is a warm rosy pink which doesn't show up any dry areas on the lips and it's incredibly easy to apply. Really recommend the Revlon Lip Butters to anyone who hasn't tried them yet.

MUA Heaven and Earth Palette - £4 from Superdrug
MUA's Heaven and Earth Palette is one of my favourite products. There's a variety of shades of different neutral colours and I wear it pretty much every day. For £4 it would be rude not to give it a go!
MAC Paint Pot in Painterly - £14.50 from MAC (Review)
Out of all the products I've listed so far, this is the one product I couldn't live without. It's the perfect nude beige eye cream which can be used on it's own or as a base. It works wonders as a primer and prevents other eyeshadows from creasing. I've worn it every day since I bought it and haven't made a dent in it yet. Well worth the money!
Maybelline 24HR Color Tattoo in Pink Gold - £4.99 from Boots (Review)
A lovely pink cream eyeshadow which lasts all day and does not move. It's really easy to apply and available in a variety of different colours. 
Maybelline Great Lash Waterproof Mascara in Blackest Black - £4.99 from Boots
A nice mascara which lengthens lashes and doesn't budge throughout the day. Not the best I've ever used but not the worst either.
Soap & Glory Supercat Liquid Eyeliner in Carbon Black - £6 from Boots (Review)
I know I probably say it every time but this is my favourite eyeliner: it's highly pigmented and using MAC's Paint Pot in Painterly as a primer, it doesn't budge all day. The thin nib makes it easy to apply thin liner to the eyelids or you can build it up to make it appear thicker. Fab eyeliner.

I also use a HD Brows Palette to fill in my eyebrows but I decided not to photograph that as I recently dropped it and it''s currently a lovely jumbled mosaic! - £20.95 from Amazon

Total... £123.85! Just a little less than last time but still a bit of a shock. I'd never dream of going into a shop and spending £124 on make-up so it's a bit shocking seeing how much I spend gradually rather than in one go.


  1. I dread to think how much mine is. Haha love this post, must try it myself xx

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