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Virtual Shopping: the Cheapest Kind of Shopping!

By Brokebutbeautiful @never2broke4bea
Virtual shopping, its cheaper than the real kind. Well if you don't go out and buy them anyway!

Virtual Shopping: the cheapest kind of shopping!

Ahh a few products I'd like to try. All images taken from the respective brands website.

This week I'm trying to be a good beauty blogger and save a few pennies. However, if I did have a few free to splurge this is what I'd spend them on!
NYC Smooch Proof 16 Hour Lip Stain - £3.99
Ever since my beloved Maxfactor Lipfinity Lasting Lip Tint in Royal Plum bit the dust I've been looking for a lipstain to replace it. I tried the Rimmel 1000 Kisses Lip Tint but was was seriously underwhelmed. I've loved all the NYC products I've tried so far, especially their Natural Matte Foundation and at £3.99 is one of the most affordable lip stains on the market. I like the look of Berry Long time, which is the shade shown in the picture above.
Maxfactor Flipstick Colour Effect £8.49
I imagine that this is like the grown up version of the MUA Lip Boom, which I found to be more aimed at teenagers than adults. I haven't read much about them, I've just been sucked in my TV advertising. At £8.49 I think I'll read a few reviews before I splash my cash.
Yves Saint Laurent Touche Eclat £25
Ahh the Touche Eclat, the ultimate tool for concealing dark circles. I've wanted to try this for such a long time but I think it will remain a wish list item for quite a long time due to its £25 price tag. Perhaps I'll add it to my Christmas list. If you've tried it, does it live up to the hype and is it worth the money?

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