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tellyjots Fri 22-Apr-16 19:42:07

So, if money were no object what would be in your make up bag?

I've just returned to work from mat leave so looking for some tips.

twirlypoo Fri 22-Apr-16 19:45:34

Double wear, benefits erase paste and false lashes!

midnightmoomoo Fri 22-Apr-16 20:13:39

Chanel lipsticks, Clinique foundation, concealer and powder, Clinique mascara and touche eclat.

Since my youngest destroyed the above a few years ago I've gone for no7 mainly, and would love to buy more expensive make up again but as my DD is suddenly make up mad (she's 11!) I might hold off for a few years as little fingers keep exploring my stash!!

Seasidedolly Fri 22-Apr-16 20:44:14

Nivea mens post shave balm is the best primer you'll ever use! So no need to worry about whether money is no object or not grin

Lndnmummy Fri 22-Apr-16 20:48:18

Laura mercier candle glow foundation
Illamsqua hydraveil primer
Hourglass highlghting powders and bronzers
Lancome Mascara
By Terry eyeshadow pens

Ds woke up, ill be back wink

tellyjots Sat 23-Apr-16 06:51:12

Some good suggestions, thank you smile

floraldresser Sat 23-Apr-16 14:40:38

*Seaside dolly
Really? Might have to pinch a bit of my boyfriend's!grin

floraldresser Sat 23-Apr-16 14:42:03

Mac Lipstick in Velvet Teddy/Twig/Creme in your Coffee

Best foundation I've used so far is Maybelline Dream Satin Liquid as its so smooth and good coverage.

I need a good face powder!!

twocultures Sat 23-Apr-16 14:58:59

Bobbi Brown primer, foundation and powder.
Had a lady do my make up in Debenhams and it looked so good ! But out of my price range atm sad
I always wanted an original NAKED palette got my hands on a W7 knock off (for free) but I really want the real thing.
But if money was no object my wildest makeup dream is to have a drawer cabinet full of organisers filled with all my makeup, hair and body favourites saw a Facebook video of one...I know I know too much grin

Donge13 Sat 23-Apr-16 19:04:45

Benefit Hoola, best bronzer

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