Seriously Under Rated Products


I alway seem to talk about hyped products but today I wanted to share some products that I think deserve more hype



Huda Primer | £27

Huda Beauty's primers are so over looked! There is two, a matte one and a hydrating one. I only have the hydrating one because mattifying isn't something I need. It's a light-weight but super nourishing primer enriched with Rose hip Seed oil. It leaves my skin velvety smooth and makeup glides over the top. I find it really helps with makeup application. It's so under rated compared to the other products in here.

Maybellie Superstay Foundation | £9.99

I really don't think people talk about this foundation enough either. It's actually one of my favourite drugstore foundations. It claims to be a full coverage, breathable foundation that will last 24 hrs. I don't know about the 24 hr claim, who actually wears foundation for that long? But this is very long wearing, I don't find I need to touch this up throughout the day. The coverage is pretty full, but without being cakey or heavy on the skin. I'd say the finish is satin to matte but can easily be made more dewy without comprising the coverage or wear time. It's a really great foundation that I can't recommend enough.

Kit Star Brushes* | £60 for full set

I didn't expect to love these brushes as much as I do! They are brilliant and I don't think I've heard anyone talk about these. All the brushes I've tried from them are brilliant but their eye brushes are exceptionally good. The N30 Small tapered blending brush has literally changed my eyeshadow game. It has quite long bristles but the brush itself is very slim, making it so easy to add depth and definition to the crease without applying to much colour. All the brushes wash really well to. I think they are very reasonably priced given their brilliant quality! Beauty Chamber are also giving away a free Kit Star brush bag with every order over £30!

L'oreal Les Chocolate Liquid Lipsticks | £8.99

I feel like after L'oreal's massive influencer campaign with these the hype around these has died down and no one talks about them. But I actually think these are some of the best drugstore liquid lipsticks out there. The formula is really pigmented and applies opaque in one swipe. They dry to more of a satin finish than complete matte, but I prefer that. I don't find they look as dry and crusty as some liquid lipsticks can. They last so long to. I get a good 4-5 hours wear before the colour starts to break down. They are so easy to touch up to. I have a few shades but my favourites are Tasty Ruby (a rich Red colour) and sweet tooth which is a classic creamy nude Beige shade,

Obsessions X Belle Jorden Eyeshadow Palette | £10

Obsessions is a sister brand of Makeup Revolution which is so over looked. I recently brought a bunch of their products and nothing disappointed me. A standout product was this eyeshadow palette which is in collaboration Belle Jordan. The palette houses 16 eyeshadows with a range of mattes and shimmers. The shimmers are really pigmented and apply with ease. The mattes blend with ease and aren't chalky or patchy at all. Most of the shades in here are warm toned which I love. It even has a milky highlight shade and a Black. It has everything. The shadows can even be removed and mixed and matched. It's a fab little palette that deserves way more hype.

L'oreal Highlighter | £9.99

I love a liquid highlighter and I actually reach for these drops nearly everyday. I have the shade Champagne which is a Peachy Champagne colour. It works really well with my skin tone. These aren't glittery at all and gives the skin the most beautiful lit from within glow. They can be used as a primer, highlighter, or mixed with foundation. I like to use them as a highlighter on the high points of my face. They look so natural but still give the highlighted glow. They're the best affordable ones I've tried.

These are a few of my under rated products.

Have you tried any of these? What products do you think are under rated?

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