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I once again broke my spending ban...oops!


I recently developed a small dry patch on the skin just directly under my eye. I hadn't changed any of my normal, everyday products so I thought there was a possibility of it being my Benefit Boi-ing being the troublemaker. I've had it for roughly eight months so it has perhaps seen better days. This led to me deciding to try a new concealer and see if my condition changed.

Off I went to Superdrug, my highstreet drugstore of choice, and I couldn't resist the bargains going on the makeup. Rimmel was offering  that if you spent over £9 on their products then there would be a free bronzer included. Now, I originally went in for the Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer which was £4.19. When I seen that the Rimmel Match Perfection Concealer was £5.99, I realised that for an extra couple of pound I could get another product plus the free bronzer; a better deal in my opinion! 

I also received a voucher for a 100 Superdrug Beautycard points with my next purchase of over £15. I splurged and got the Real Techniques Core Face collection. They were all I needed to complete the core collection, having purchased the Core Eyes collection at Christmas. I then received they same voucher back at the checkout for ANOTHER 100 points with a transaction over £15. I planning on saving that and using it for my travel essentials and sun-creams before American in August.

Now any shopping trip is not complete without a nosy around Poundland. I have found some really great deals on branded makeup in it that I consider it a worthwhile trip. I managed to get another few good deals this trip round, too! I purchased:

Barry M Dazzle Dust in 77 Neon Orange 
Maybelline Hyper Cosmos Eyeshadow in BE-1
Maybelline Hyper Glossy Eyeliner in BR-1
Maybelline Color Show Blush'em in 04 I love Pink!

All the Maybelline products were obviously released in Asia, as is what I think to be Japanese Kanji all over the products. This means my knowledge of them is limited. Though for £4, they could be in any language they desired!

I feel super accomplished after this haul, even though I feel disappointed that I broke my spending ban. 

Louise x





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