If you’re into your beauty I’m sure you’ve heard of Cult Beauty and if not… well you’re in for a treat today!
Cult Beauty is a website dedicated to selling the world best beauty products. This is a completely unsponsored post but I felt the need to share this to those of you who haven’t heard of it as it offers such a fabulous range of products most of which are hard to get your hands on in the UK. Since discovering it I’ve become utterly addicted and I would really recommend it.
Here are my top 5 favourite products which have been purchased online at www.cultbeauty.co.uk
Anastasia Beverly Hills – Pro Series Contour Kit – £39.00
I’ll be honest here. I longed for this kit for at least six months before I actually purchased it. It was one of those things which kept popping up on blogs and on Instagram posts and I really REALLY wanted it. When I finally ordered it from Cult Beauty I was so excited and then once it arrived I thought how the heck do I use it?! There it sat for a good few weeks before I finally got to grips with it. There are six different powders in the kit, three darker contour shades and three lighter highlighting shades. I have the kit in light and that is plenty dark enough for me. I am actually very pleased I didn’t get any darker. I love the fact you can buy refills individually and these are really reasonably priced (£14.00 each).
Emma Hardie – Moringa Cleansing Balm – £38.00
This is such a lovely product for taking all the makeup off after a long day. It smells incredible and actually lasts a long time because a little goes a long way. This can also be doubled up as a mask in addition to being a cleanser. Well worth the money. I’d also invest in additional EH facial cloths which you can buy online from Cult Beauty and other retailers. These cloths can be purchased individually so you can have a fresh one every time you use this product (machine washable).
Anastasia Beverly Hills – Brow Wiz – £15.50
Ah, brows. The bane of my life. I know brows should be cousins and not sisters and all that malarkey but mine are wonky donkey and it bugs the hell out of me. This little beauty helps me level them out and at least try to make them more pals rather than arch enemies avoiding one another! One end there’s a retractable pencil and the other end has a spoolie which is really handy, especially when on the go. I’ve already gone through one of these, which is relatively remarkable given that it’s an eyebrow pencil. Probably says more about my brows than the pencil!
Kevyn Aucoin – The Sculpting Powder – £33.00
Another contouring product, I know. I’d heard such good things about this so I had to give it a bash myself. I was not disappointed. The size is however a little disappointing I have to be honest; it’s the size of an eye shadow so at £33.00 it is a little steep. Looking past this the actual shade is great for contouring; it’s a dark brown shade with grey undertones which mimics the shadow and therefore gives a natural looking contour. I think the tip here is to use sparingly and build up gradually to achieve as natural a look as possible. I love to use this with a MAC brush 109.
Kevyn Aucoin – The Celestial Powder – Candlelight – £34.50
This is a gorgeous natural highlighter, it isn’t heavy on the glitter. It’s finely milled so gives a really natural appearance on the skin, more of a glow. Again, I think it’s pricey for the size but the quality is amazing and if you are into contouring or even strobing I’d really recommend this.
Have you used Cult Beauty before? What are your favourite products?