Swatches L-R: Rimmel 'Nude Pink' / Barry M '129' / Sleek Pout Paint 'Peachy Keen' / Revlon Lip Butter 'Lollipop' / MUA 'Shade 13' /
If you're a regular reader of my blog, then you will know that I make no secret of the fact that I'm the biggest lipstick junkie. I often splurge on my lipsticks simply because I get so much wear out of them, but sometimes I just want an affordable thrill to settle the lipstick-buying cravings! I thought I'd do my next post in my 'Top 5' series on 'drugstore' lipsticks - It took me a very long time to pick just 5 but I've tried to give an option for everyone here! If you're after something to satisfy your lipstick cravings without a ridiculous price tag or if you're still waiting for pay day then fear not, there are some fabulous lipsticks on the market that will still leave you change from a tenner...
Rimmel Lasting Finish in 'Nude Pink' - £4.99: A beautiful everyday shade that's easily wearable and has a slight sheen which helps to combat the look of dry lips. If I'm looking for a barely there colour I'll often opt for this one - it also looks fabulous with a tan in summer. A really great little all rounder.
Revlon Lip Butter in 'Lollipop' £7.99: Words cannot describe how much I love the lip butters. This blue toned pink is surprisingly pigmented and is really soft and er... buttery. If you suffer from dry lips then they're worth a try. If you fancy a peek at the other shades in the range/a more in depth review then I have a previous post on them here.
MUA 'Shade 13' £1: MUA lipsticks are the most purse friendly lip products you will find - and are of a really decent quality. My favourite shade is this red colour - it's really pigmented and applies really well, without being drying in the slightest. A perfect option if you want to try out statement lips and one that will suit a wide variety of skin tones.
Whats your favourite drugstore lippie?
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