When it comes to doing my makeup, I like to go for products that are affordable and easy to use. From fool-proof liner to blush you just can’t mess up, here’s five easy makeup products I regularly use.
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When it comes to liquid liner, you want a product that’s super easy to use and won’t flake off. My personal favourite is the Revolution Renaissance Flick. It’s just £5 and a total steal because it’s really easy to use and doesn’t budge all day!
I love a product that can be applied straight from the bottle. Liquid eyeshadow is such an easy makeup product to have in your collection, and the Colourpop Bellini liquid eyeshadow is great for a rose gold makeup look. All you have to do is swipe it across your eyelids and blend it out – it’s that easy! I’ve also heard great things about the Stila liquid eyeshadows, so I think I’m going to try those next.
I love a versatile product, and you don’t get more versatile than a cheek and lip tint stick. Not only are these travel-friendly, but you can use them on your cheeks and lips for a subtle flush of colour. Makeup Obsession have a great collection of sticks that they launched recently, and I’ve been using the shade Just My Type a lot. They’re just £6 so such a steal!
I’ve been really enjoying painting my nails recently, and I’ve been opting for subtle shades a lot. Essie has a great range of pinks, peaches and nudes. I have Sugar Daddy and Chinchilly in my polish collection and they look really great on. Pinks, peaches and nudes are hard to mess up, even if you get a bit on your cuticles it’s not that noticeable because the shades are so light.
You really can’t go wrong with a nude gloss. They’ll instantly make your lips look plumper and are really comfortable to wear. I love the I Heart Revolution lip glosses, and Salted Caramel is my favourite shade right now. They’re just £3 each, so a total bargain! I’m on my second tube of Salted Caramel and I’m sure I’ll be buying many more in the future.
Which easy to use makeup products do you enjoy using? Any you think I should try out for myself? Let me know in the comments!