High End Makeup That Is Worth the Price Tag. We all have something we love to splurge on. For some people, it’s handbags. For others, it’s clothes.
But for beauty lovers like me, splurges usually come in the form of some sort of foundation. Or eye-shadow palette. Or lipstick. Or pretty much any other makeup product out there.
But with the sheer volume of makeup there is nowadays, how do you know which products are worth spending your money on?
Luckily for you, I’ve put together some high-end classics that are worth their hefty price tag.
Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder €42.00
This setting powder from Laura Mercier will keep your makeup in place all day and won’t settle into your fine lines and pores. A little goes a long way so it will last you ages. Definitely worth the price.
NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer €29.50
Prepare to have your under-eye circles look like they never existed. Loved by makeup artists and beauty bloggers, this concealer by NARS lasts all days and blends seamlessly into your foundation. And with a great range of shades, you’re sure to find one that will suit you.
Urban Decay ‘All Nighter’ Setting Spray € 31.00
This setting spray will not let your makeup budge, fade or slip under any circumstances. It melts all your makeup together and locks in it place. And the great thing about this product is that it’s oil and paraben free.
Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation €49.00
Beauty bloggers and makeup artists have been singing the praises of this foundation because it creates an unbelievably smooth and flawless finish. Great shade range, a light texture and easy to blend out, Armani’s Luminous Silk foundation has great coverage and stays put all day.
Smashbox Photo Finish Primer €34.00
With a gel formula that glides onto your skin and smooths away imperfections, this primer from Smashbox will have your foundation looking flawless. While some gel primers can feel greasy and take ages to dry completely, this is not the case with Smashbox.
High End Makeup That Is Worth the Price Tag
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