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Top 3 cheapest beauty products

Postby Melissa » Sat Mar 15, 2014 8:57 pm

Lets do a Top 3 cheapest beauty related products u use on a daily basis (make up, skincare or tools). Pls include the brand name and price as well.
I'll start..... :D

1. Long time favorite oil eye make up remover. Brand: HEMA (Dutch Wallmart), price: €1,79.
2. Cotton pads. Brand: Etos basic. Price: €0,89
3. Tissues to spot clean my brushes. Brand: Kruidvat, price: €0,99.
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Re: Top 3 cheapest beauty products

Postby midnitedesire » Sun Mar 16, 2014 7:47 pm

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These products are lovely and cheap :)
Bepanthol Lipstick : 7.70 chf.
L’oreal Micellar Solution : 7.90 chf.
JaMaDu Shampoo Girl : 3.95 chf ,atm i have no trouble using this shampoo ,for all the expensive hair products i’ve used, nothing can compare to the way this shampoo reacts to my hair :) and i actually used a 20% off coupons for micellar solution and shampoo so it is a very great deal :)
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Re: Top 3 cheapest beauty products

Postby jilliciouscosmetics » Sun Mar 16, 2014 10:55 pm

I genuinely couldn't decide on three so here's three and a bonus, :o

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Maybelline Expert Wear Eyeshadow in "Made for Mocha": $2.50

Essence Gel Eyeliner in "01 Midnight in Paris": $4

e.l.f. Shimmering Facial Whip: $1

NYX Blush in "Taupe": $5

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Re: Top 3 cheapest beauty products

Postby Melissa » Mon Mar 17, 2014 8:44 am

jilliciouscosmetics wrote:I genuinely couldn't decide on three so here's three and a bonus, :o

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Maybelline Expert Wear Eyeshadow in "Made for Mocha": $2.50

Essence Gel Eyeliner in "01 Midnight in Paris": $4

e.l.f. Shimmering Facial Whip: $1

NYX Blush in "Taupe": $5


Ooh I've been thinking abt the Essence gel liner Jill! If you're happy with it then it must be that good huh. Will look out for it this week! And the NYX Taupe blush looks beautiful too, maybe as an e/s too? I still havent found a suitable Taupe crease color for my shade. They all seem to dissapear on my lids :( :( will give this one a try and the price is very OK too!!
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Re: Top 3 cheapest beauty products

Postby Melissa » Mon Mar 17, 2014 8:48 am

midnitedesire wrote:
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These products are lovely and cheap :)
Bepanthol Lipstick : 7.70 chf.
L’oreal Micellar Solution : 7.90 chf.
JaMaDu Shampoo Girl : 3.95 chf ,atm i have no trouble using this shampoo ,for all the expensive hair products i’ve used, nothing can compare to the way this shampoo reacts to my hair :) and i actually used a 20% off coupons for micellar solution and shampoo so it is a very great deal :)


Awwww that shampoo looks so darn CUTE! I've seen the L'oreal solution at my local drug store. Will give that one a try next time when I finish my Biodermal one. I have to order it inline and most of the time its out of stock :(
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Re: Top 3 cheapest beauty products

Postby jilliciouscosmetics » Mon Mar 17, 2014 9:18 am

I love the texture of it--really creamy and it doesn't irritate my eyes if I put it in the waterline. But I think you sacrifice some of the wear time. Jane Cosmetics eyeliner lasts all day on my waterline but since it's drier it occasionally will flake so I usually opt for the Essence :(

I can't recommend NYX "Taupe" enough!

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Re: Top 3 cheapest beauty products

Postby laura » Tue Jun 10, 2014 6:21 am

1. Coconut oil... any organic+raw brand will do. It's a great moisturiser for body, make up remover, massage oil and I like to cook with it too.
2. Shiseido perfect whip foam cleanser - about 300¥ and works like a dream
3. Peripera Peri's water tint in Cherry - around 300¥ as well and I love love love lip tints! The color is just pretty and the smell is nice, doesn't dry my lips.

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Re: Top 3 cheapest beauty products

Postby alk1113 » Wed Jun 25, 2014 3:00 am

1. NYX eyeshadow base ($7, but it's always BOGO1/2).
2. E.L.F. remover pen ($3)
3. NYX Lip liner ($3.50, but also its always BOGO1/2).

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Re: Top 3 cheapest beauty products

Postby Kumamon » Wed Jun 25, 2014 6:52 am

Perhaps not used daily but used pretty often:

1. Wet n Wild Fergie eyeshadow primer ($5) -It's my fave eye primer, beating out NARS, which does nothing for me, and Urban Decay's.
2. Canmake Stay On Balm Rouges (580 yen) - Love these for everyday and for just carrying around to slap on real quick. 02 is my favorite.
3. Canmake Powder Cheeks in PW30 Strawberry Red (550 yen) - I have a red blush weakness and this one is so great. I actually missed it when I had given it away so I repurchased it! The only thing I don't like is the cheap packaging, but I can deal.

Honorable mention:
Good old Chapstick. I love the limited edition flavors. My favorite is Cake Batter.

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Re: Top 3 cheapest beauty products

Postby SoniaG_Admin » Sun Jun 29, 2014 6:01 pm

nice post!
I have 6 sowy... but I love the topic :) this is what I tried and impressed me for the price:
1. La Femme Blushes http://camerareadycosmetics.com/product ... efill.html super nice for the price! Not a super refined texture but better than many high end brands.
2. MUA blushes 1£ and not bad at all :) http://www.muastore.co.uk/blusher
3. Essence mascara Crazy Volume (approx 5usd) very impressed with it for the price!!!
4. Catrice eyeshadows (the cheapest and best value/money we can find in Switzerland) approx 6 usd piece.
5. Collection 2000 concealer http://www.boots.com/en/Collection-Last ... r_1436032/ approx 4£
6. Stars makeup haven single eyeshadows 6$ but so nice! https://www.starsmakeuphaven.com/index.php?cPath=59
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