How Much Is My Face Worth?

Tuesday, October 13, 2015


Most days I wear makeup.  I have a lot of beauty products and applying them has become a part of my everyday morning routine, but I have never really thought about how much the products I use on my face cost in total.

Let me break it down.

First off, I used face cream in order to moisturise my face.  This is the most important part of my beauty regimen.  I use the Superdrug Cocoa Butter and Vanilla Body Butter (£3.99.)  It's so soft and smooth of my face and skin.  Then I use eye cream to brighten my eyes and to combat any dark circles and puffiness under my eyes.  I use a variety of eye creams but I use the Simple Kind To Eyes Soothing Eye Balm (£3.99.)

I apply the Collection Fast Stroke Eyeliner in Black (£2.99) and then I apply black (or very black) mascara.  I'm currently using the curved Miss Sporty Fab Lash Mascara in Black (£1.99.)  I like using this mascara because the curved shaped of the brush makes my lashes extra curly.

For my lips I apply lip balm.  I high recommend the Rimmel London Keep Calm Lip Balm collection.  I have used up most of my Keep Calm lip balms because they keep my lips well-moisturised, as well as leaving a hint of colour.  I am using the Party, Rock and Kiss shades, priced at £2.99 each.

Then I apply the Beauty UK Plumalicious lipstick (£3.49.)  I love this purple lipstick, I have used it constantly over the past few months and it is one of my highly used cosmetic products.  It is very nourishing, glossy, smooth, luxurious and long-lasting.

Last but not least, I always take my makeup off before I go to bed (this is part of my night-time regimen.)  I use cleansing wipes or baby wipes (yes, baby wipes).  I use My Little Star Fragrance Free Wipes (£0.79.)  Then I apply the Astral Soft Tube (£2.99) to keep my face soft and moisturised before I go to bed.

Total cost: £23.22

How much is your face worth?

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