5 Under €15 Products Irish Beauty Bloggers Swear By

If budget beauty is good enough for our fave-o #bbloggers, then it's good enough for us. Here's what bargain-friendly goods they've got stocked in their beauty bags...

Flormar Double Radiance Primer

Flormar Double Radiance Primer

Suzanne Jackson reckons this ‘un is a deadly dupe for Charlotte Tilbury’s Wonder Glow. At €12, it’s a snip of the cost of the Charlotte Tilbury version and “it also has an SPF of 10 in it,” writes Suzanne. “I can’t wait to use this on holiday because it looks great on its own over tanned skin, and it blends in so well too,” she explains.

Catrice High Glow Mineral Highlighting Powder

Catrice High Glow Mineral Highlighting Powder

“The product that has knocked my Hourglass highlight out of rotation is the Catrice High Glow Mineral Highlighting Powder,” writes Karen Constantine of Lovely Girlie Bits. “We’re talking finely milled, no chalkiness, easy application and the most gorgeous glow ever to adorn your cheekbones!” At only €5.50 a pop we’re off to Penneys to stock up!

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Nivea For Men Post Shave Balm

Nivea Men Post Shave Balm

When it comes to beauty, using something that’s designed for men, might seem a little unorthodox, but The Orlacle’s Orla McConnon swears by Nivea For Men Post Shave Balm, €6.79, as a primer. Orla explains that as the day goes on “I notice my skin is still hydrated, and even glowing in parts, without it looking greasy. My foundation looks completely fresh intact, even on the t-zone area. We can back her up on this one too: read our review here.

L’Oreal True Match Foundation

Loreal True Match

Rosie Connolly always looks flawless and she lists this bloggers’ favourite as one of her go-to foundations. At just under €15, she says it’s a great dupe for the much more pricey Armani Luminous Silk Foundation and explains that it gives medium coverage, lasts well without the need for touch-ups and feels light on the skin. Sold!

St Moriz Tanning Lotion

St Moriz Tan

Rebecca Barker from The Beauty Inbox says this is one of her favourite bargain tanners. Why? Well, at a purse-friendly €6.49 she explains it “smells lovely and citrusy, gives a natural-looking colour and doesn’t cost the earth.” For a flawless application Rebecca makes sure to exfoliate and apply a little moisture around the knees and elbows beforehand.


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