Still, I wanted a chance to show some outfits that have been particularly good value, and some of my new make up bits that I've been trying out...
Under £10 OOTD:
All Saints vest top £0 (Big Wardrobe swap), Warehouse acid wash denim mini skirt (£3 from British Heart Foundation charity shop), Jewelled Jelly Sandals £5 (from Pitsea Market - brand is "Ella").
Today's Makeup Choices (so look away now if you don't want to see my ugly mug!):
I'm wearing The Body Shop Tinted Glow Enhancer as an alternative to my usual foundation. I have no idea of the RRP since I got it for £0 in a Big Wardrobe swap.
MAC Select Cover-Up in NW15 under eyes. £13.50.
MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural in Medium Deep as an all over bronzer / face powder.
MAC Powder Blush in Buff (Matte)
MAC Cooled Pink Creme Colour Base (I usually use a Benefit highlighter, either high beam or moon beam, but this makes a nice change as has more of a pink tone).
MAC Haute & Naughty Mascara. This was free with a MAC online order :)
MAC Copperplate Matte Eye Shadow on my eyebrows (I can't get a good colour match with actual eyebrow products and this applied with a slanted brush works a treat).
MAC Lipstick in Snob (Satin). I'm wearing this with MAC Dazzleglass in Get Rich Quick over the top, just to tone down the pinkness of the lipstick.
I've included the prices where I can remember, but some of these items I've had quite a while. All my MAC items come from the Covent Garden MAC store, or MAC online. Where some products can be bought cheaply on places such as ebay, I wouldn't recommend this with MAC because there are SO many fakes around!! Compared to other department store type make up brands, MAC is fairly priced and lasts a long time. You show your face every day so it's important to chose products that you're happy with. xxx