Category: Make Up

3 for 2 makeup in Superdrug

What I’m buying in the Superdrug 3 for 2 Makeup sale.

It’s not a secret that I love Superdrug, makeup or saving money so when I caught on to the fact that there’s a 3 for 2 offer on all makeup over at, I started filling my online basket. I always use the Superdrug 3 for 2 offer to stock up on some of my favourites and use it to try out new products that I maybe wouldn’t jump in to buy at full price.

This isn’t a sponsored post – I just really like my bargain makeup shopping & thought I would share some of my favourites. The full cost of this lot should be £67.69 but comes down to £48.71 which is a saving of 34% – something thank my bank balance is thankful for!

L’Oreal Paris True Match Foundation

My go-to foundation – doesn’t matter what I try or test out – I always fall back to L’Oreal True Match. I’ve been using this foundation for years, I started out with the Roller version of this foundation which was a thick cream that you applied like paint with the included roller sponge! I soon moved onto the liquid version, and haven’t looked back since. I generally buy 2 when they are on a 3-for-2 offer, bringing the cost down to roughly £5 as one counts as my free item! Superdrug’s also got an offer on just now that stacks with the multibuy offer with L’Oreal products, meaning you get a free goodie bag worth £50 when you spend £25 on their products.

L’Oreal Paris True Match Foundation at – £9.99

Revolution Shook Palette

This palette popped up when I clicked on the “Save 15% on Revolution” banner on the Superdrug website – that’s 36 of some of the best drugstore eyeshadows for less than £15 and a big massive mirror to boot. Morphe, who? I’ve often found that my Revolution eyeshadows perform better than some of my higher-end palettes, so I’ve no problem buying their new launches online without testing them in store as I’ve never been let down so far!

Revolution Shook Palette at Superdrug – £12.75, normally £15

Lottie London Lacquer Nail Varnish

Lottie London is one of those brands that I hear a lot about but I’ve never actually tried any of their products. They’re currently 50% off plus in the 3-for-2 offer, so I’m going to give some of the products a try. I’m instantly drawn to some of their new for 2019 nail varnishes and I do need to update my collection as I’ve pretty much got different variations of silver, hot pink, black, grey and silver glitter from lots of different brands so I’m going to try out Bed Head (a mermaid-y lilac pearl shade), Daze Dream (a mint green) and Cloud 9 (a pearly pink).

Lottie London Lottie Lacquer – £2.99, Was £4.95

NYX Proof It! Eyeshadow Primer

Another brand that I’ve not tried yet, but been excited to try since they launched on Superdrug – yes I know that the brand has been in Boots for a while, but I prefer buying at Superdrug and getting my Beauty Card points!

I’ve tried a few different eyeshadow primers, from a dab of my concealer and the Urban Decay Primer Potion and I’ve never found one yet that works like it’s supposed to but doesn’t cost about £2 for every single application, so I’m excited to see how the NYX one works as I’ve seen a couple of good reviews of it online.

NYX Proof It! Eyeshadow Primer – £6.00

Max Factor False Lash Effect Mascara

I probably, at a guess, have about 30 mascaras sitting in my mascara drawer that I’m currently either using or have yet to try (or in the case of the Soap & Glory Thick & Fast mascara, about 5 backups). But that doesn’t stop me jumping back to my favourite mascara every time that it’s on offer. The Max Factor False Lash Effect mascara does exactly what it says on the tube – long, thick, non-clumpy lashes that looks like you’re wearing falsies. I much prefer the Max Factor one to other high street versions like the Maybelline The Falsies, mostly because this one doesn’t transfer mascara onto the inside of my glasses if I blink!

Max Factor False Lash Effect Mascara – £10.99

Collection Glam Crystals Gel Eyeliner

This eyeliner is more than an eyeliner – I use it as an eyeshadow! I first picked this up last Halloween for my unicorn costume (obviously) and I can’t believe how well this product works considering the price – it’s £2.99 and offers the most consistent glitter that I’ve ever tried as an eyeshadow/liner.

It’s got a long brush that makes application as an eyeliner really, really easy (the product itself is pretty wet but dries quickly) but also lends itself well to use as an eyeshadow product. I apply it with the brush and then either leave it or buff it out slightly with an eyeshadow brush which actually works really well and doesn’t leave gaps of glitter!

Collection Glam Crystals Dazzling Gel Liner – £2.99

Maybelline Fit Me! Concealer

Another one of my tried and tested products, the Fit Me! concealer from Maybelline just works! Apparently like the cult favourite NARS Radiant Creamy, but I’ve never tried that one so I couldn’t comment on that.

I love that this one is light enough for my pale skin but it doesn’t leave under my eyes looking like the Sahara desert after a few hours. I usually set this one down with my next purchase, the Fit Me powder, and it doesn’t shift all day but still leaves my undereyes looking fresh and awake.

Maybelline Fit Me! Concealer – £5.99

Maybelline Fit Me! Pressed Powder

I really like the Fit Me! Matte+Poreless range from Maybelline as it’s one of the only ranges that actually keeps my oily skin behaving for the majority of the day without having to touch up. Their foundation is another one of my favourites, although I do need to mix two colours to get my correct shade. The translucent powder is such a quick and simple way to finish off my makeup regardless of the foundation that I’m wearing and it’s the only powder that I’ve never managed to smash in my makeup bag thanks to the chunky packaging! You get the powder, a sponge applicator and a mirror in this sturdy little box and they have a range of colours to suit everybody’s skin tone too.

Maybelline Fit Me! Pressed Powder – £5.99

I ❤ Revolution NOW Thats What I Call Makeup 90s

This is just one of those things that I’m buying because it’s cute. Nothing else, it just speaks to my inner 90s kid. This palette actually has a really nice mix of browns, pinks and purple shades which is really the last thing I need but look at it! It’s a boom box!

I Heart Revolution Now That’s What I Call Makeup 90s – £10

It’s about time Doctor Who makeup was a thing.

I’m a massive fan of Doctor Who – I never miss it (I once used all my data at a music festival watching it on iPlayer because it was a better option than any of the bands on stage) and I am pretty sure that I did a massive dance for joy when Jodie Whittaker was announced as the 13th Doctor last year. And then I expected the Doctor Who makeup palettes to start appearing all over the internet, because why not.

Alas, we’re two episodes into the new season of Doctor Who and I’ve yet to come across any official or unofficial makeup that’s aimed at fellow Whovians, so I’ve curated my own list of TARDIS blue hues and galaxy inspired eyeshadow palettes.

Ready?   Allons-y!

Doctor Who Makeup – Basically lots of TARDIS blue.

Doctor Who Makeup : Jeffree Star Cosmetics Abused Liquid Lip

Jeffree Star Cosmetics Velour Liquid Lip – Abused

The great thing about the JSC liquid lips is that they can multitask as lipstick, eyeliner and eyeshadow as they’re completely eye safe. Think of them as the sonic screwdriver of your collection, able to safe the day in a multitude of ways.   

$18 on Jeffree Star Cosmetics

Doctor Who Makeup : I Heart Revolution Unicorn Highligher

I Heart Revolution Unicorns Heart Highlighter

A quick nod to the rainbow / light spectrum on Jodie’s blue tshirt, this highlighter is as shiny as the stars in the night sky.  And if you’re really careful, with a small enough brush, you can pick up just one colour or mix them together for ultimate highlighting.

£5.00 at RevolutionBeauty

Doctor Who Makeup : Shiro Cosmetics

Shiro Cosmetics – Loose Eyeshadow

I should have known that the indie makeup brands where the place to go for my Doctor Who themed makeup. Although there’s no unofficial palettes kicking about anyhere, it’d be super easy to put together your own.  

This is what I’ve come up with on Shiro Cosmetics.  Colours Left to Right, Top to bottom as follows:

I Never Joke Orchid ★ Tiers Of Joy


A Fell Voice On The Air ★ Bluebirds Are Good Luck

Pork Cutlet Bowl Fatale ★ If You Bough Out Now, I’ll Never Fir-give You

Slam-Bam In A Can ★ Attercop-Attercop

$1 – $8 on ShiroCosmetics

Doctor Who Makeup : Barry M Dazzle Dust

Barry M Dazzle Dust 

The shade Electric Blue is absolutely stunning in real life, and because these are loose pigments, they really sparkle in the sun.  It’s like looking into the time vortex it’s self.

£4.59 at

Doctor Who Makeup - Collection Glitter Eyeliner

Collection Glam Crystals Gel Glitter Liner

This is my perfect glitter eyeliner – I personally find it better than the Stila Magnificent Metals Eyeliner and it will see you through all of time and space without budging! Can also be used as an allover eyeshadow if you use a glitter primer to stop creasing. 

£2.99 at Superdrug

Doctor Who Makeup : Barry M Kohl Eyeliner in Blue

Barry M No6 Kohl Pencil in Blue

Barry M coloured Kohl pencils are some of the best that I’ve tried that last all day and give a great colour payoff.  And they’re a bargain at under £3, too!

£2.99 at BlueBanana

Doctor Who Makeup :

Sugarpill Lipstick in Shiver 

This is basically the TARDIS in lipstick form.  Perfect dark cobalt blue with added shimmer. Fantastic.

£6.84 on

Custom Doctor Who MAC Palette

Just for fun, I also made up my own ideal Doctor Who palette on but alas I don’t have a spare £162 kicking about for this one so I shall have to keep dreaming for this one!

Don’t Blink

We’re all stories, in the end

The Impossible Girl

Star Violet

Satin Taupe

Knight Divine

Electric Eel
Madman With A Box

Just A Traveller

Pink Venus

Shadowy Lady

Face The Raven

Atlanic Blue
Hello! I’m Sexy.


Stars ‘n’ Rockets

The Pandorica

Doctor Who Makeup : Ideal MAC Palette idea!

Doctor Who Makeup - why isn't this a thing?  TARDIS blue forever.