Everyones always surprised when I say that some of my favourite products are drugstore or non- expensive products. Everyone knows that Chanel owns Bourgeois and L’Oreal owns Lancome, But just how different is the quality between Designer and drugstore?
My key philosophies have always been… “Application is key! – Invest in good brushes and your make up will look great no matter the cost” ….But just how far does my philosophy go?
I decided to conduct an experiment where I would apply half my face with Higher end, designer cosmetics and half my face with drug store alternatives. This way I could directly see the different in quality and see where you can save and where is best to spend in the make up department! The result? – Surprising!
Designer VS Drugstore
Creme De La Mer soft cream moisturiser – 108.00 VS Boots expert sensitive hydrating moisturiser £3.49
Cover FX Natural finish foundation £34.00 VS MUA Matte perfection foundation £2.00
Stila perfecting concealer £15.00 VS Natural Collection cover up cream £1.99
Contour cosmetics £42.00 VS NYX Cream contour $15.00 ( around £10.00)
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow powder duo £17.00 VS Freedom Duo brow powder £4.00
Chanel Les Quoters ombres £40.00 VS Make Up Revolution Iconic palette £4.00
Bobbi Brown Longwear gel liner £18.50 VS Rimmel Scandeleyes £6.99
Lancome Precious cells Hypnose Mascara £22.50 VS Maybelline Lash sensational £7.99
Estee Lauder Double wear lip liner 04 rose £17.50 VS Essence lip liner – in the nude £1.00
MAC lipstick – Honeylove £15.50 VS Collection long lasting lipstick – Cafe Au Lait £2.99
Ben Nye Luxury Banana powder £10.25 VS W7 Banana dreams £5.50
Bobbi Brown Blush – light pink £19.50 VS Sleek Pomegranate £4.49
Stila all over shimmer £15.00 VS Collection shimmer mosaic £2.99
The total £374.75 VS £57.43
You can scroll down to see the results on the video...
6 WINS FOR DESIGNER – 6 WINS FOR DRUGSTORE, 1 DRAW!