Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Beauty Bargain Buys: Too Faced Haul

Hello all, I hope you're all well and good. I apologise for my lack of posts, I'm just extremely busy with Sixth Form, Therapy and Work but am hoping to get back to regular posts soon. Today I thought that it would be nice to do a bargain finds haul. I have quite a few new products that I cannot wait to show you and all of them were so reasonably priced. I know that there will be some readers who disagree with buying products cheaper, whether they be old stock or slightly used but what is the point in splashing out the cash on brand new products when you can usually buy them not too long after for a fraction of the price? For somebody on the legal minimum wage, this is a great way for me to try out new products and build up my beauty collection. 

I am debating doing an entire guide for building a make-up collection on a budget, if you'd be interested then please let me know but for now, all I will say that if you are looking for a product in particular, make sure you look up what the authentic versions look like in comparison to the fakes, always ask for proof of purchase, check the sellers reviews and have a look on sales pages, depop or even eBay! I have managed to get my hands on some gorgeous, unused products from all of these websites and I am yet to come across a bad experience (touch wood).

Before I ramble anymore, we shall dive straight in to the gorgeous goodies that I got my hands on. All of these products are from Too Faced and aside from the fact that I haven't had the opportunity to properly try them all out, the ones that I have, have left me extremely happy. If anybody wants to see a review of any (or all) of these products, make sure you leave a comment below and I will get that done for you as soon as possible!

Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons Palette - RRP £39, I found for £20 on Depop from a trusted seller who had only swatched a few of the shades. I think that everything about this product is b-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-l; the packaging, the shades, the scent. It is like a dream come true! If you don't own this product, then I actually do think that it is worth its retail price of £39 but of course, if you can get it cheaper then why not?

Too Faced Melted Lipstick in Melted Frosting - RRP £19, I bought for £12 (again from Depop) however, I have seen a couple over the past week in TK Maxx for only £5.99. The only issue with TK Maxx is that usually their products are old or left over stock, so just check the products before you purchase.
Too Faced Bulletproof Eyeliner in Silver Lining - RRP £19, I paid £5.99 from TK Maxx and although my local store are very low on stock, I know that others have managed to find a variety of shades including; Get Lucky, Purple Rain and White Lie. These products are rather popular and handy to have due to the fact that the liner can be used as a simple winged eyeliner or they can be blended to create a gorgeous smokey eye.

Too Faced Shadow Insurance Glitter Glue Eye Primer - RRP £19, I again found for £4.99 in TK Maxx. This product is honestly so good, it has a sticky consistency which is perfect for glitter pigments. However, this product is in the old packaging which is most likely why it could be found at such a cheap price.

Too Faced Cat Eye Palette - RRP £32, I got extremely lucky and found this in TK Maxx for only £9.99 and I just couldn't resist. I have only used this a couple of times but I adore it so much. It also contains eye-shadows that can be used wet to create a gorgeous eyeliner. If you find any of these in your local TK Maxx, then please do not hesitate, just purchase it, I mean, £22 lower than retail price... of course you can justify it!
Too Faced Selfie Powders Palette - RRP £29, I found on the TK Maxx website (do you see the theme?) for £9.99 and I am ridiculously in love. This product was designed to need no filters over your selfies whilst having two brightening highlighters (Sunrise & Moon River) and one bronzer (Totally Toasted). This product is heaven in a packet despite the fact that I am not too fond of the cardboard packaging with a mirror inside I mean, who actually manages to keep the mirrors inside cardboard packaging in tact?

Too Faced 3 Way Lash Lining Tool - RRP £18, I didn't actually pick up these item as my first impressions resulted in me being very confused and slightly terrified. I have never seen anything like it, but the aim is to be able to line your lash line easily. I did see a couple of these in TK Maxx and were retailing at £4.99.

If you don't like the thought of possible 'old' stock or something that has already been swatched, then all of the products mentioned above are available worldwide on the Too Faced website. Do you have any beauty bargain buys? Which was your favourite?

Thank-you for reading, Tay x

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