BareMinerals Bargain Makeup Bundle Review

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I was browsing TK Maxx and found this bundle of bareMinerals makeup and brushes for just £30!

I’m a huge fan of bareMinerals makeup, ever since I first tried their liquid foundation. It goes on like a dream and since I’ve been wearing it my skin is the clearest its ever been. If you get the occasional spot outbreak then it’s definitely worth your while!

Their mineral foundation alone retails at £26, so this bundle is great value for money. BareMinerals products are usually a treat for me so it was great to find them at a bargain price. I bought my bundle in the TK Maxx at Covent Garden, but there were lots of different sets up for grabs (in fact I found it hard to pick one!) so if you’d like to grab yourself a bargain I suggest you head over 🙂 As well as one pot of SPF15 foundation and one pot of all over Mineral Veil (which acts like a finishing powder to make your face glow all over!).

This is what the bundle contains:

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These Moxie lip glosses in Ring Leader and Hot Shot are great subtle shades to wear in winter, and I’m really excited to try this waterproof eyeliner in deep plum to add a bit of warmth…

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…Along with these eyeshadow shades in Muse and Passion
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These brushes are so soft!
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And this is what the colours look like on- word of advice though, don’t put lipgloss on your arm hair! Blogger fail! x)
As a side note, if you haven’t tried out mineral makeup yet I’d definitely recommend it!. Even if you don’t got for bareMinerals and opt for something cheaper, the results are amazing. The difference with mineral makeup is that the ingredients actually nourish your skin, where as other makeup can just mask it and even harm it. I used to get spots after wearing foundation- but now my skin is much clearer!
Have you picked up any bargains lately?
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