My 5 most under-rated beauty items

Ever had those beauty items that you use daily, but don’t give a second thought? Todays post is dedicated to mine 🙂

Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge

This is a basic item where my beauty regime is concerned. I use it for foundation, concealer, liquid highlight. Literally the list goes on. I find it’s just the right texture to work items into my skin without being hard or uncomfortable on the skin. I also love the slant because it lets you get in and around the curves of your face.I did once buy the original beauty blender but still prefer this little number.

Mac 187 Duo Fibre Face Brush

Now this brush was not cheap. £34.50 to be precise. But I promise you, it is an investment. I must have bought this 5 years ago when I realised that those flat foundation brushes don’t really work the product into the skin, and I have not looked back.  This brush has been my ride or die. It doesn’t matter how many times you wash it, the bristles don’t move and it is pretty much a staple in my makeup routine.

Loreal True Match Concealer

This isn’t one of those concealer that is raved about. I bought it because it has a very thin wand so its perfect for tidying up your eyebrows or making your contour that bit sharper. I have ended up using this far more than I ever thought I would.

The Ordinary 100% Plant Derived Squalane

I did not even realise how much I would love this. It’s not the first and probably not the last time I will rave about it. If you have dry skin, you need this in your life. It just adds so much hydration and for £5.50 its an absolute steal!

Inglot 3P Blush Brush

This is another brush, that I have been using years and never really thought anything of. It’s basically an angled blush brush that really allows you to get in the crevice of the cheeks. It’s not the cheapest at £21, but I think I have had this even longer than the Mac one and it looks brand new. This will be your best friend with blush and bronzer.

Check out my latest buys and looks on BeautybyRaji 🙂

 

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