Budget Friendly Pound World Makeup Review

Wednesday, September 02, 2015

People always say that you get what you pay for when it comes to makeup, but that isn't necessarily true, as I've found a large amount of amazing products that cost very little money. I've noticed quite recently that Pound World have their own makeup brand, entitled Miss Beauty London, with all of their products being, you guessed it, only £1! I thought I would try some of their products since it would be shocking not to at that price.

The first thing that I decided to try from Pound World was their Miss Beauty London Eyebrow Pencil in the shade blonde. I'm always looking for a colour that matches my eyebrows, since blonde is usually too pale and brunette is too dark, but I think this might be the perfect match. It is a gorgeous ashy blonde that is quite cool-toned, being a great match for my eyebrows. It glides on really nicely and isn't too harsh whilst still being generously pigmented. Honestly, you wouldn't think that this was only £1 after using it. If you're looking for a pencil that matches your eyebrows I'd recommend looking here, as they had quite a few other colours that might be suitable for you.

I also picked up a blusher from Pound World, which was their Miss Beauty London Blusher blusher in the shade bonbon. This is a gorgeous medium toned baby pink blusher that, like the name suggests, is a really similar colour to pink sweets or even candyfloss. It is incredibly pigmented and noticeable on the skin but blends really nicely and can be applied in a much more subtle way. On the back of the packaging, it is described as being silky soft powder blushers that give the face a radiant look, which I 100% agree with. The colour compliments my skin really well and looks like a healthy flush, making it an all-around amazing product, especially for only £1.

I loved this blusher so much that I decided to go back to Pound Land a couple of days later and get another one in a different shade. I decided to try the shade cupcake, which is quite a bit lighter than bonbon. This blusher is much more radiant and glowing, with the shimmer being more noticeable in my opinion. It is quite light, so it would look gorgeous on people with fair skin or used as a highlighter on the cheeks for an added sheen. Again, I would definitely recommend you give this a try for only £1.

Overall, I'm incredibly impressed with these products and they're a lot better than I expected. There's often a misconception in the beauty world that only expensive, high-end products will be of a great quality, but these prove that to be wrong. Since everything is a pound, it doesn't break the bank to try them, which I'd really recommend you do. I'm surprised that a budget brand could create such lovely makeup items, and hopefully I'll be able to try more of them in the future!

Thank you for reading this post and I hope you enjoyed hearing about my budget makeup finds. I'd love to know if you've tried any of the Miss Beauty London cosmetics, and if so what did you think of them? Let me know down in the comments because I'd love to get some new recommendations from their brand. I hope you liked this post and I'll see you on Sunday with a new one!

Love from Daisy x

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