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    (Original post by Airmed)
    Foundation: between £100-£150 (3 Bare Mineral ones and 6 drug store ones)
    Powder: £40
    Eyebrow stuff: £25
    Lipstick: uhhh... this is an estimate for about 32 lipsticks, with half of those MAC ones: £350
    Setting sprays: £20
    Primer: £15

    £550-£600 there and abouts.
    32 lipsticks :eek4:
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    (Original post by CoolCavy)
    32 lipsticks :eek4:
    low-key addicted
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    (Original post by Airmed)
    low-key addicted
    well you suit them (that face looks sarcastic but isnt lol)
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    (Original post by CoolCavy)
    well you suit them (that face looks sarcastic but isnt lol)
    thank you :lovehug:
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    The stuff I usually use? About £100. I don’t wear a huge amount of makeup-
    I use Boots No7 foundation (£17) Benefit Precisely my brow pencil (£20) Benefit High Brow pencil (£20) MUA eyeshadow palette (£4) Benefit Bad Gal Bang mascara (I paid something like £16 for it in duty free at the airport but I know it usually costs quite a bit more) Benefit Theyre Real double the lip lipstick (£16.50) Lipcote (£3)
    I love Benefit stuff- especially the brow stuff as due to alopecia I have no brows of my own.
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    I don't understand why people spend money on things to put on their face??

    And it just looks weird if people put too much on -.-
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    (Original post by Bill Nye)
    I don't understand why people spend money on things to put on their face??

    And it just looks weird if people put too much on -.-
    Because it’s fun, because we like it, because we want to try out different looks that require different products, because someone used it in a tutorial and it looked amazing, because there was a sale, because it can make us more confident. To name a few.
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    (Original post by Airmed)
    Foundation: between £100-£150 (3 Bare Mineral ones and 6 drug store ones)
    Powder: £40
    Eyebrow stuff: £25
    Lipstick: uhhh... this is an estimate for about 32 lipsticks, with half of those MAC ones: £350
    Setting sprays: £20
    Primer: £15
    Mascara: £30

    £580-£630 there and abouts.
    I thought owning eight MAC lipsticks was bad. I feel better now. :lol:
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    (Original post by sinfonietta)
    I thought owning eight MAC lipsticks was bad. I feel better now. :lol:
    I really like lipsticks :mmm:
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    Not much tbh most of what I use is drugstore so relatively cheap. Most expensive piece of make up I own is an Urban Decay naked palette. So probably about £100. Nail varnish would be a completely different story though.
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    It isn't worth anything because I don't wear it. :laugh:
 
 
 

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