Not too long ago I shared with you Part 1 in my Best of the British Drugstore Duo. So it was about time I followed it up with part two. If you haven't seen part one then you can find it here for my favourites from Sleek, Barry M, BeautyUK and more. I hope you enjoy!
17 has been around a long time and is aimed more towards teens, but even though I'm no longer a teen I still love using their products as the quality is pretty decent. Available at Boots.
BB Blemish Balm (£6.99) - I've never tried an authentic Asian BB cream, but for me this is a great product. Like a pigmented tinted moisturizer. Easy to apply and nice natural finish.
Peep Show Mascara (£6.29) - I'm actually a big fan of 17 mascaras generally, but their latest one Peep Show is a great lengthening fibred mascara that also gives a bit of volume - great stuff!
Mirror Shine Lipstick (£4.59) - These are a gorgeous balm textured glossy lipsticks. With a sheer coverage so acting more like a tinted balm. Cute packaging as well! This one is Purple haze.
Originally called Collection 2000, but recently they have dropped the 2000 from the end. Again they have a lot of quality products, specifically eyeliners it would seem from this post!
Lasting Perfection Concealer (£4.19) - This is a concealer that has made a bit of a name for itself here in the UK. And in my eyes deserves it! It's non cakey and has a very good coverage, concealing pretty much anything I put it upto.
Blush (£2.99) - I've only tried one shade in Bashful and can't rate it high enough! It's a beautiful natural pink with some peachy tones. So beautiful, check it out!
Lasting Colour Gel Eyeliner (£4.99) - A very new product from the brand, but a great long lasting and pigmented product. Which also works well as a base as well.
Extreme Felt Tip Liner (£2.99) - Again very pigmented, but lighter in texture and easier to apply (for me). This one is possibly easier to remove. But overall both are great!
Glam Crystals Glitter Liners (£2.99) - These glitter liners are fab if you like your sparkle! They come in a bunch of different colours and have a lot of glitter in them, so not sparse at all. And are suspended in a tinted gel, love!
Metallic Cream Eyeshadows (£2.99) - These are more of a liquid eyeshadow and are very pigmented and have a beautiful finish to them. They also dry down to a crease free, flake free finish without any primers/setting powders.
MakeUp Academy (MUA)
This is the super bargain brand in the UK, cheaper than ELF even! With a lot of their products being just £1, and I know you're probably thinking they're rubbish, but they're surprisingly awesome!
Pressed Pearl Eyeshadows (£1) - Yes just £1! And for that the quality is outstanding! They are pigmented, soft and last nicely through the day, with this one being in shade 6. I can't rave about these enough! Not so keen of the matte finish ones.
Lipsticks (£1) - Again just £1! And believe it or not one of my favourite lipstick formulas, regardless of the price. They feel quite balm like and have a subtle vanilla scent to them. The pigmentation is also really great and applies evenly. This is shade 7.
Eyebrow Pencil (£1) - I have this in blonde which is a warm toned shade, so probably wouldn't suit all blondes, but for me it's great. It's pigmented and easy to use, so I wouldn't pay more for anything else! It is soft so you'll get through it quick though!
Lip Booms (£4) - This is a lipstick and lipgloss in one, which can be used in 4 ways. This particular one is in LMK a deep vampy shade. But again the quality here is really good and they come in a variuety of other colours too.
Thankyou everyone for stopping by and checking out my post, I really hope you enjoyed it, but feel free to share what you love from the UK highstreet! Thanks for stopping by, H :)