It's not often I can talk about anything from the drugstore on my blog, but I know a lot of you love cheaper products and a recent poll on my Twitter told me that you all wanted me to start including drugstore items in my posts instead of just high end. I never buy drugstore make up, it doesn't give me the same joy or buzz that buying high end gives me and I feel better and more confident in myself wearing expensive things, but that's just personal preference, I know that there's some great affordable items out there at the moment but I just don't want to buy them, weird. I suppose you could say I've become a make-up snob, (nothing wrong with that.)

Howeverthe 1 of 2 drugstore items in my make-up drawer is funnily enough one of my favourites in the category. You may have seen my popular Primer Edit post, but I also raved about this when I first purchased it. It's the Soap & Glory One Heck Of A Blot Primer, (£10.) I will forever re-purchase this gem, it performs better than some of my high end primers. The formula gives the perfect balance between hydration and mattifying, even on my dry skin. It's not thick or heavy, it feels quite refreshing on the skin and such a little squeeze goes a long way. This stuff is a-maaaaaaazing for hiding pores, and let's appreciate how cute the packaging is!

A skincare product from the drugstore that I've re-purchased over and over is the Garnier Moisture Match Moisture Nourish. This stuff is a miracle in a tube for dry skin, it's really useful when I know I'm going to be wearing a lot of make up for a long time and I need to keep my skin underneath hydrated to prevent cakey foundation.
It has a pretty thick formula but it really does give your skin a good drink, it sinks into the skin like a dream and keeps it hydrated for about seven hours. I often get compliments from my fiancé and family when I wear this, they always tell me my face smells nice...

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