Eye Makeup Products Under £20 I Love: Mascara and Eye Liner

Long time readers know that I love my high-end eye makeup products. I have never been able to find anything from the high street which I would love as much.

But I’ve set myself an “under £20” target this time. And here are the results: two products under £20 which I really love.

Eye liner and a lot of mascara is my go to look, you can see it here.

Iconic London Triple Threat Mascara, £19 from Cult Beauty

I am personally

Burberry Cat Lashes Mascara Review

I am a big fan of everything from Burberry Beauty that I’ve tried, and their Cat Lashes Mascara mascara was not an exception.

The name itself made me want to try it, to be honest. I love cats, and cat eye is my go-to makeup look. So there we go.

The hourglass wand which is  made with elastomer took me some time to get used to but once I did I became a convert. I find that it’s easy to reach all the lashes, and it creates incredible results.

As many of you know, I am

Pat McGrath Labs: Perma Precision Liquid Eyeliner and FetishEyes Mascara Review

You just know that Pat McGrath makeup line will be exceptional, as she is truly the queen of makeup, and a real inspiration.

I’ve started my journey with the brand with two products that I love the most: mascara and black eye liner. In fact, if I could only wear two makeup products on my face – they would be eye liner and mascara, hands down.

Perma Precision Liquid Eyeliner is £30 ( 1.2ml / .041fl.oz) and the Fetisheyes Mascara is £28. However, you can get both as a part of Xtreme Eye Duo for only £40 from the website, which I did. Because who doesn’t want to save £18?

Perma Precision Liquid Eyeliner is a great name for this product, as it is very precise and stays on forever.  The colour is proper  intense black, it has that almost vinyl effect. It is like a liquid liner, formula-wise, just in a pen form.

The applicator allows you to draw the thinnest line but you could also build it up with no problem. It also goes on smoothly and doesn’t “bleed” or budge. It takes

Hyped Up Mascaras Review: Lancome and It Cosmetics

In a second feature for the mascara week I thought it’d be great to talk about two hyped up mascaras and share my impression about each. Spoiler alert: I am a huge fan of one and really dislike the other, no matter how much I’ve tried to like it. One more important thing   – I have tried both mascaras not only on myself. I’ve also paid for both.

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Here we go…

It Cosmetics Superhero Mascara (£20 from Cult Beauty/$24 from Sephora)

This mascara is absolutely brilliant, it lives up to the “Superhero” name. It is an all-in-one formula, your lashes are instantly transformed. We are talking ultra black, long and super voluminous results.

I’ve also read that this product contains “lash-lifting polymers, volumising collagen, strengthening biotin, proteins and peptides” to condition the lashes. I am a huge effect of this mascara as it is so that is like a great bonus.

You get great fabulous results with any  sorts of lashes but if yours are

Roundup: My All Time Favourite Mascaras

Mascara is probably the makeup product. And usually  even those ladies who are not into makeup love themselves some mascara so I’ve decided to dedicate this week to mascaras, and we will start with looking at my all time favourites. I’ve selected six: five black and my all time favourite colourful mascara.

Here we go:

  • Chanel Le Volume de Chanel Mascara in 10 Noir Review
  • Dior DiorShow Extase Mascara review)
  • Smith & Cult Lash Dance Mascara Review 
  • YSL Faux Cils Mascara Review
  • HOURGLASS Caution Extreme Lash Mascara review

A few of these are a cult classic, and for a reason, I must say. Hourglass mascara was launched relatively recently but it took the beauty world by storm. Smith and Cult is the