Thanks to an increasingly busy schedule, I don’t have quite as much time as I’d like to to wander the aisles of Boots for hours on end. That’s where beauty websites come in. You can order from the comfort of your own home, do research on the products, have a huge choice of what to buy and most of the time there’s some kind of discount code available. Although, as much as I love shopping online, I’m not sure anything will match the instant gratification of buying something in store. That calls for a trip to Boots…
I made my first order from Cloud 10 Beauty a few weeks ago and I was totally impressed. My purchases were delivered in three days and I was delighted with everything I got. Shipping is free if you spend more than €15, plus I got a free mini Sigma liner brush. There’s so much choice on Cloud 10, I particularly love their skincare and Sleek makeup range.
I’ve ordered from Feel Unique for over a year now, and I’m always happy with the service. I usually buy my shampoos from Feel Unique as they’re cheaper online, they’ve a great range of products and there’s nearly always a deal on the website.
Oh boy, do I love this website. Real Techniques brushes, haircare, skincare, well-known makeup brands, perfume – this website has it all. But the thing that makes it so special is that it’s all discounted. A beauty lover’s dream come true.
Cult Beauty is the one stop shop for high-end, luxe beauty brands. I could spend hours looking at the whole website, and on a recent browse Anastasia DipBrow Pomade caught my eye. It isn’t in stock at the minute, but I signed up to the wait list so I’ll get an email as soon as it comes back in, a feature that I totally love.
My impressions of Escentual were bound to be good, seeming as I made my first order during a 25% everything blitz. I ordered the much coveted Bioderma Micellar solution and Effaclar Duo +. The shipping was really quick, my order came in perfect condition and I can safely say that I can’t wait to order from them again.
Happy Friday everyone!
*Don’t compare your beginning to someone else’s middle*