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Top 10 Luxury Beauty Buys


I am all for finding bargains when it comes to beauty products, and although I never pay full price, there's just some luxury products that I highly recommend and think are just worth the money. Besides, who doesn't like to splurge every now and then?

Starting off with the beautiful Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blushers £28, these are just stunning in the way they look, how they apply, how they last on the skin, the packaging, just everything and yes they are expensive but I want to get every shade.

My newest purchase is the amazing Charlotte Tilbury Bronze & Glow £49 and yes I've had it for only a week but it's just such a beautiful product. It feels luxury, it looks luxury and they've recently come out with a new powder palette which has a darker contour and a peachy highlight. They currently have a limited edition cream duo too which looks slightly darker than the original. Not sure if either would be any good for my skin tone but I am pretty certain they're both beautiful.

Tarte has only recently become available in the UK on QVCUK.com and I have been buying a few things here and there and my favourites have to be the Tarte Amazonian Clay Blushers £25. These are both matte formulas but they are so beautiful on the cheeks. They go with any makeup look and they're pigmented and last all day.

I had to include an eyeshadow palette and by far my favourite in my collection is the Lorac Pro Palette £29. The quality is better than anything else I've used and I am completely in love with these eyeshadows and I will definitely be picking up some of their other palettes.

I'm not going to go on about this as I have mentioned in way too many times but the NARS Sheer Glow Foundation £31 100% deserves a spot on here. It's what I trust, what I always go back to and what just works for me.

I don't have many high end lip products but the Clarins Instant Light Natural Lip Perfectors £18 are one of my favourite products from the brand. They smell delish, and they give a hint of a tint on the lips and some shine but what's best is that they provide lots of moisture to the lips, and are perfect as an everyday, easy to throw on lip product,

The Oskia Renaissance Cleansing Gel £28 is the only cleanser I will use now. I love how hydrating it is but most of all the texture is a balm/oil and it really helps to break down any extra makeup that may be left on my skin and it also makes my skin feel really clean without leaving any residue. I've gone through numerous bottles of this and although it's pretty pricey, I think it's definitely worth it.

My next skincare product has to be the GlamGlow Face Masks £49.99 which are the best masks I have ever used. As I'm sure you're aware my favourites are the SuperMud and the ThirstyMud which just work the best with my skin. I haven't got through a full size jar yet but I will be repurchasing. I just make sure I use every last speck of it before it dries up or expires.

I have been using the Alpha H Liquid Gold £33.50 in my skincare routine for the last two years and it really has transformed my skin. It works on texture, dark spots, scars and blemishes and I really think it's worth it.

Finally is the most expensive from the bunch and that is the Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Complex II £69 and this is a serum that I put on before my moisturiser (or Liquid Gold) every single night and I've found it helps the texture of my skin stay smooth and soft.

That's it. I know that's a lot of products and a lot of money and obviously I don't think you need all, if any, but they are some great products and I think everyone should treat themselves to some luxury beauty once in a while.

What are your favourite luxury beauty products?

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  1. I had a deluxe sample of ANR and I loved it! Waiting patiently now to get thru something so I can get the full size!
    The Beauty Bloss

    1. It's amazing and if I run out I can always tell a difference in my skin. It's so expensive but worth it. x


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