Gemma put out a calling on Twitter for people who wanted to share their favourite products, and so today I bring to you the 8 products by the 8 other bloggers. You will be seeing mine very soon in a post of its own, though if you’re desperate to see it just take a look at one of the other blogs and you’ll find it there.
Lisa from http://www.lisasbeautystreet.blogspot.com
L'Oreal Paris True Match Foundation has been my latest new-found, favourite make up product. It has a great consistency making it perfectly blendable and buildable to cover those acne scars/blemishes and imperfections for flawless looking skin. It has a pump attached to it so it doesn't get messy on application! This foundation has been a saviour for me when my skin has flared up as it gives really good coverage. What also makes this foundation so appealing for me, is that it is only £9.99 (purchased from Boots) making it easily affordable on anybodies budget and worth every single penny!
August from http://nailartiste.blogspot.co.uk/
Choosing my favourite drugstore product has got to be one of the hardest decisions to make as a beauty blogger but gun to my head, I’ll have to say MUA’s Undress Me Too Palette. This costs £4 and is a great dupe to Urban Decay’s Naked 2 palette which as a student is great to know as I love to save money where I can. I don’t wear eyeshadow every day but I love this palette as it can be used to create everyday looks for when I feel like making a bit more effort. It can also be used to create elaborate effects for bigger events. It’s also great for the good old smoky eye.
Jenn from http://photo-jenn-ic.blogspot.co.uk/
I love painting my nails, I find it therapeutic to do them myself and I've never even set foot in a nail salon. I change my nail colour a couple of times a week and like to experiment a bit. I have a 1 year old so I don't have time to do too much which is why my favourite product is the Barry M nail art pen. It's so simple to create designs without too much trouble at all. Just the right amount of polish comes out and it feels like a felt tip pen so I find it a breeze to make my nails a bit more interesting with polka dots or stripes. For £4.99 you can't go wrong in my opinion!
Aimee from http://aimeelovesx.blogspot.co.uk/?m=1
Soap &Glory One Heck of a Blot-£12
As a girl with combination skin, I have to carry a powder around with me for any touch ups. This translucent offering from Soap & Glory has fast become my go to powder. It doesn't add any extra colour or coverage so it is perfect for a natural everyday look. I have tried so many powders, drugstore and high end, but this has been my favourite by far. The price tag is a bit high for a drugstore product, but considering the quality, I am more than happy to pay it. I also use it to set my make up every morning, I couldn't ask for any more!
Mia from http://miasometimes.blogspot.co.uk/
I love Barry M nail polish, they stay on with no chips for really long and they have the best colours. However, I knew Barry M did other cosmetics too so I decided I wanted to try something different. I ended buying the Barry M Cosmetics shade 53 Lip Paint. It is the best lipstick I have ever used because its really moisturising and fairly small so you can take it around to places. It is a coral colour so it can be worn on any occasion or at any time of the day.
Alley from http://alleyhope.com/
I'm a bit of an eyeliner addict and for long lasting pencil eyeliners, Urban Decay cannot be beaten. The 24/7 Glide-On Pencils are the stuff dreams are made of. Y'know, if your dreams consist of perfect, tear-proof, sweat-proof, smudge-proof eye looks. Creamy, pigmented and available in a huge range of colours, these pencils be used to create precise, clean lines or smoked out sexiness and yes, they stay put on the waterline. My favourites are 'Perversion' - the blackest of blacks 'Whiskey' and 'Bourbon' - no, I don't have a drinking problem, they are both beautiful rich browns that really make blue eyes pop.
Gemma from http://creamteaandrosejam.blogspot.co.uk/
When faced with the challenge of choosing my all time favourite drugstore product, I immediately thought of my Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer. As soon as I'm nearing my last drop, I rush out and grab another for a bargaineous £4.19. It's cheap, but not so cheap that the quality is compromised and the creamy formula and light reflecting qualities make it a fab undereye colour corrector. I think every girl needs one of these inconspicuous little tubes stashed in her bag and car. And at under a fiver, you can afford to!
Corinne from http://www.skinnedcartree.com/
I'm sure it's not a surprise to find a Naked palette amongst this post - but I cannot rate this product highly though. I've used this 5-6 times a week for over a year and there is still tonnes of use out of it. You can create so many different looks and I cannot wait to get my hands on the Naked 3. £35 sounds like a lot of money for eye shadow, but for something you're going to be able to use every day for over a year, it's not a lot at all. The quality of the makeup is still as fresh as the day I bought it and I've never felt excited over a product before, but I've recommended this to most of my friends.