BEAUTY: Top 5 From Priceline.

Priceline is one of my favourite affordable places to shop for makeup, they have the biggest range of affordable makeup, skincare and haircare in Australia, and do sales so consistently that it always makes beauty affordable for all.

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Also having worked with Priceline and having seen so many of the people behind the brand, it makes it easy to love Priceline and the incredible range they stock. I’ve summarised my 5 current favourite beauty products available from Priceline and included their RRP and a direct link to the online store. *The links are not affiliated with Priceline and I make nothing from clicking on the links.

L’Oreal – True Match Foundation – $29.95AUD:

https://www.priceline.com.au/l-oreal-paris-true-match-foundation-30-ml

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Amazing affordable foundation with 28 shades in the range, so the majority of the population are able to enjoy this gorgeous foundation. I can make this last all day with a good primer and looks dewy on the skin with a light-medium buildable coverage. A beautiful foundation that allows the skin to still look like skin, but perfecting where desired.

Maybelline – Fit Me Matte & Poreless Loose Finishing Powder – $19.95AUD:

https://www.priceline.com.au/maybelline-fit-me-loose-finishing-powder-20-g

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A longtime love of mine that was previously only available in the US, but has since been brought to Australia. I love this powder, and the light colour it has, there’s a bit of coverage, but it is mainly a natural appearance on the skin. A great affordable loose setting powder, something that I feel has been missing from the affordable market previously. There are 4 shades in this range, and no dark or deep, so something that Maybelline should correct ASAP.

L’Oreal* – Back To Bronze Bronzer – $29.95AUD:

https://www.priceline.com.au/l-oreal-paris-wake-up-glow-back-to-bronze-bronzer-7-5-g

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Affordable bronzers are another thing that I’ve felt were missing from the affordable market, but L’Oreal has really impressed me with this powder. I love the buildable colour this offers, and that it isn’t a flat matte powder but has a natural style sheen to the skin, whilst also not being shimmery or glittery. Only criticism is that this may be limiting in the number of skin tones that would be able to use it, as it is quite a light shade.

Luma Beauty* – Natural Radiance Bronzing Primer – $29.95AUD:

https://www.priceline.com.au/luma-natural-radiance-bronzing-primer-40-ml

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Luma Beauty has swiftly become a favourite brand of mine in Priceline and has some really beautiful products that also seem to follow the makeup thesis of improving your own natural appearance rather than trying to cover it up. I love the glow this primer gives, and find it reminiscent of the Laura Mercier illuminating primer range. The bronze shade is really subtle, but adds a sunkissed glow to the skin, perfect for Summer especially.

Models Own – Makeup Fixing Spray – $14.95AUD:

https://www.priceline.com.au/models-own-makeup-fixing-spray-200-ml

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I have finally found an affordable setting spray that’s key ingredient isn’t alcohol, so doesn’t dry out the skin, but still maintains makeup throughout the day, and actually helps with makeup longevity and overall appearance. There is no real scent to this, which I personally think is a plus. A personal favourite from this cult UK brand.

Thank you as always for reading, and please let me know if you have any favourites from Priceline that you think are must tries.

DISCLAIMER: Please keep in mind that I am not qualified in any way regarding skincare, makeup or haircare and have not studied them, and am simply dispersing information based on my own personal experience and use of the mentioned products. If you are suffering from serious skin concerns please seek the advice of trained professionals, but for those of you looking for simple product recommendations then, by all means, continue to read my website. 

*Asterix products were gifted by the brand, but I was not required nor encouraged to post about the products as they were only sent for consideration should I choose to use them. All opinions are my own from using the products personally, and I was not required or encouraged to post positive or negative feedback. 

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