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stocking filler make up brands not expensive

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gillybeanz Sat 19-Nov-16 14:26:29

looking for some make up brands that aren't expensive but also kind to skin, as for a 12 year old.
I'm needing blusher, mascara, eye liner, lip stick/ gloss.

They are only stocking fillers so don't want the expensive brands.

BoboBunnyH0p Sat 19-Nov-16 15:20:31

MUA range in superdrug. Great quality and very cheap, lipsticks are £1 and MUA friend says they are like Mac ones.

Liiinoo Sat 19-Nov-16 15:26:29

SLeek iDivine eyeshadow palettes. Great colours, good price. They also have blush palettes but I haven't tried them. Barry M Kohl pencils are v good too. And Superdrug have three for 2 on all cosmetics atm.

AllPowerfulLizardPerson Sat 19-Nov-16 15:28:19

Another vote for MUA.

Or if you have a Kiko nearby they always seem to have things on offer.

Sparkesx Sat 19-Nov-16 22:33:25

Kiko or Superdrug do a brand called revolution I think it is.

gillybeanz Sat 19-Nov-16 22:39:07

Aw, thanks.
I will get onto this tomorrow as have a free shopping day and no dd about grin
Thanks again. It's great to get recommendations rather than taking pot luck.
I'm not buying expensive as she's only 12 and just starting to experiment, but at same time don't want the nasty cheap stuff that will cause allergies and look horrible and cheap.
many thanks again.

MontyPythonsFlyingFuck Sun 20-Nov-16 13:22:12

Always worth a rummage on here as well - they have some amazing bargains on stuff:

DamePlata Sun 20-Nov-16 13:22:48

BuzzLightyearsHoneyBun Sun 20-Nov-16 14:09:51

MUA is fab and at the moment on 3 for 2 and a free fur Pom Pom key ring if you purchase 3 cosmetics

YouWereRight Sun 20-Nov-16 14:55:07

MUA's bright red lipstick is my favorite.

I don't think they're tested on anals either.

LightsLoveLaughter Sun 20-Nov-16 14:59:58

Poundland do a range of make up, it's actually quite good.

LightsLoveLaughter Sun 20-Nov-16 15:00:37

I don't think they're tested on anals either


DramaInPyjamas Sun 20-Nov-16 15:11:10

I wouldn't want any make up tested on anyone's anals tbhgrin

DramaInPyjamas Sun 20-Nov-16 15:14:04

Barry M is quite cheap, usually on deal or with free gifts I love their chunky eyeliner pen

Or Models Inc if your looking for polish
Lots of bright/glittery colours

70isaLimitNotaTarget Sun 20-Nov-16 15:29:06

Superdrug B range - they do a really good brush cleanser spray.

My DD is 14.6 and when she started wearing make-up (in the house to begin with either doing make-overs with mates or YouTube tutorials) my main piece of advice was Cleanse it all off properly.
No wipes/baby wipes. Proper cleanser.

DD like the Bodyshop Camomile eye make up remover and the Camomile balm with a muslin cloth . (I like the balm but not the lotion)

ScoobyDoosTinklyLaugh Sun 20-Nov-16 15:34:39

NYX professional is a good quality cheap brand that's popular with teenagers. They sell it in some boots. It's really nice stuff and a massive colour range.

Ratsapholian Sun 20-Nov-16 15:39:53

Agree with MUA i use their setting spray it makes my makeup last. When they first came out their products were £1 now it is around £4-5 still cheap though.

Poundshop and primark do makeup as well not sure how good it is.

ExplodingCarrots Sun 20-Nov-16 15:49:57

Id highly recommend Make Up Revolution. Got loads of their products and you can't fault them. I find I reach for their stuff more than my higher end stuff.

You can get it online at TAM beauty or in Superdrug.

YouWereRight Sun 20-Nov-16 21:11:40

Err, animals even blushgrin

wowwee123 Sun 20-Nov-16 21:13:56

nyx, sleek, barry m all worth a look.

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