Beauty Bargain Klaxon!

So if I told you I went on a spree and this was what I bought, how much would you guess I spent? My ball park guess would be around £50-60?


Well, this little collection of beauty goodies are actually from bargain beauty website Xtras-online and come to the grand total of…. (drumroll please)


Including delivery.

Not bad eh? The Essie are a bargain at £2.99 and I am absolutely loving Navigate Her – the creamy green shade. The other stand out for me from this selection has to be the invisible lip liner – forget any lippie-matching issues. This is the answer, with a waxy texture to prevent bleeding, but getting rid of any wrong-shade lip liner colour problems.

The Elizabeth Arden Double Density Mascara is next on my to-try list (refusing to start a new one until I’ve finished the one I have as don’t want to waste them) but this looks promising – big, fat, fluffy brush.

So just to take a look at the product prices on the site:

Essie: £2.99 each
Elizabeth Arden: £7.49
Sally Hansen Invisible Liner: £1.99
Sally Hansen Rapid Red Polish: £1.99
W7 Plumping Gloss: £1.50
Clarins Single Eyeshadow (Sweet Lilac): £7.99

TOTAL: £29.93

As these were sent for review I can’t really comment on the full delivery side of things. But price wise they have options from free (standard, for orders over £10) to £6.95 (for next day).

The product range is eclectic, some recent shades and others from past collections that are a bit older or discontinued. But definitely some fab bargains to be had!

PR samples.



  1. October 2, 2012 / 1:38 pm

    thanks for this – always good to hear about beauty bargain websites. Just crashed £30 on about £100 of haircare at CheapSmells who have a massive Autumn sale on with loads of goodies. Even a couple of NARS shadows – shame they weren’t my colours…

  2. October 3, 2012 / 2:29 am

    I find it worth it. I like the shades of the nail polishes. It is a great deal indeed. Thanks for sharing this to us. A must have this season.

  3. Anonymous
    October 3, 2012 / 7:41 am

    nice article

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