While looking through my blog, i noticed i do a lot of reviews and not many 'series'. I thought I'd start a new one so here it is, the Top 5 under £5. These posts will be proof that good make up doesn't always have to break the bank! Today's post is all about eyeshadows under £5.
MakeUp Revolution Single Eyeshadows £1
We've all heard the hype around MakeUp Revolution recently, and if you haven't, what rock have you been living under? All of their products are super affordable and i recently reviewed some of their single eyeshadows here. They're pigmented, long lasting and they have over 45 different shades. At only £1 they're also a total bargain.
EyesLipsFace Brightening Eye Colour £1.95
I have a few different shades of these little quads. The shades are all gorgeous and compliment each other and it's easy to create an eye look with the quads by themselves. They last well throughout the day, though i prefer to use a primer to make the colours pop. They're pigmented though some shades need a bit more building up than others. There are plenty of shades and finishes to choose from too so there is a quad for everyone's taste.
Wet n Wild Color Icon Eyeshadows £2.99 Amazon
If like me, you're reading this from the UK, you'll know about these products because every beauty blogger and youtuber raves about these. I've been buying mine from Amazon for only £2.99. They live up to the hype 100%. They're super soft and you will not need a primer to keep these on all day - the staying power of these is unbelievable! There are so many different shades to choose from with the trios.
MUA Eyeshadow Palettes £3
This one is an obvious one, as most UK bbloggers have raved about these. For only £3 you get 12 eyeshadows. There are plenty of different palettes though my favourite is the Undressed2 palette (a dupe for the Urban Decay Naked2 Palette!). From my experience, the shadows are pigmented and blend easily.
EyesLipsFace Single Studio Eyeshadow £3.95
The ELF Quads i spoke about earlier are from the 'essential' line these are from the Studio line. These are super pigmented and have a slightly better formula. There are so many shades available but this white is the perfect inner corner highlight colour. These last well throughout the day with or without a primer.
What is your favourite eyeshadows under £5? Tell me in the comments!
Lots of love,