I am going to share with you my most used products that are under £10! We all love affordable beauty, especially when they are good quality!


Mark Hill MiracOILous Moroccan Argon Oil

This is £9.99. Its worth every penny. I always wonder how I didn’t have argon oil as part of my hair care routine in the past! This stuff is amazing. It’s light weight and doesn’t make hair feel greasy. I use it whilst my hair is wet, put one pump (depending on hair length and thickness) in your palms and apply to your ends, this will condition dry and damaged hair! I also use it on dry hair to get rid of frizz and tame any fly-always! You can also use it as a hair mask overnight, to give hair a deep condition!


Nivea Men Sensitive Cooling Post Shave Balm

This product has fast become one of the most popular primers! I saw so many bloggers talking about this, so I had to try it myself. It works so well as a primer. It’s light and fresh feeling on the skin, make up applies smoothly over it and it keeps my make up in place, it does what much pricier primers do! It does have a male type fragrance but it doesn’t linger. It’s only £5.35! There are often offers on this product in Boots and Superdrug.


Maybelline Instant Anti-Age ‘The Eye Eraser

This is the queen of covering up dark circles. When im tired or haven’t slept well, I always reach for this! It covers dark under eye circles and brightens up my face, making me look less tired! It’s not too thick so I don’t get any creasing under my eyes with this!! I use the shade ‘light’. It is £7.99, it’s a more expensive drugstore concealer but it’s one of the best I’ve used.



Barry M Illuminating Strobe Cream

I have talked about this before on my blog. I can’t get enough of this product.It’s so affordable at £4.49! I use this everyday, it can be used for a subtle glow or layered for a high intensity strobe look. This is going to last a long time as well, you get a lot of product! Fantastic value for money.



Read my post on strobing here;


Boots 3 in 1 Make Up Sponge

I purchased this not really having high hopes as it was only £3.50 but I was pleasantly surprised when I used it! This has now replaced the real techniques miracle complexion sponge which I used to re-purchase all the time!(£5.99)! I’ve saved myself some money! I like this because it doesn’t tear after a few uses, makeup washes out nicely and it blends makeup flawlessly.


What are your top products under £10?



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