The best budget makeup for a flawless face
Good news! You don’t need to spend a fortune to get the kind of flawless face of a Kardashian (or anyone else, depending on your vibe). Here, Kelsey lists the makeup products that are cheap as chips and just as good as their high-end equivalents.
Each Thursday, Body+Soul digital editor Alison Izzo (who, by her own admission, is no beauty expert) and Body+Soul beauty editor Kelsey Ferencak (who, is a bonafide expert with years of experience speaking to experts) get together to try and crack the everyday beauty problems that plague us all.
Kelsey’s best budget makeup picks:
Max Factor False Lash Effect Epic Mascara $28, Priceline
Rimmel Magnif’Eyes Crimson Edition Eyeshadow Palette, $23.95, at Priceline
Revlon So Fierce Mascara, $21.95, at Priceline
Cover Girl Perfect Blend Eye Pencil Basic Black, $13, at Woolworths
Revlon Powder Bronzer, $24.95, at Priceline
Maybelline Cheek Heat Sheer Gel Cream Blush, $17, at Woolworths
Nude by Nature Mineral Bronzer, $40-(ish), at Chemist Warehouse
Bourjois Little Round Pot Blush, $20, at Priceline
Loreal Paris Blush True Match, $26, at Woolworths
Karen Murrell Natural Lipstick, $29.95, at Priceline
Loreal Colour Lipstick Riche Satin Rose Tendre, $20 (-ish), at Coles
Revlon Kiss Glow Berry Brilliant Lip Oil, $20, at Coles
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