OVER the years, Primark has become the go-to for thousands of bargain-hunting beauty lovers – but are their make-up products worth your money?
To find out, one shopper, Alicia Iand, took to TikTok put her massive haul to test.
”So for this full face of make-up, it cost me £33.50 – and we got 15 items,” the blonde stunner revealed in the video, adding that the only thing missing was a powder.
First things first, of course, was creating the perfect base for the beauty products, and she started the review with Ps Harmony Hydrating Primer Spray.
And it was off to a good start, as the £3 product left her with ”the most beautiful, beautiful glow”.
”My skin feels refreshed, healthy, hydrated.”
Next, Alicia moved onto their £2.50 Perfect Finish foundation – but although she had managed to find a good shade match, she did note there weren’t many shades for all skin tones.
Just like the primer, the foundation gave her a healthy glow and Alicia also raved about the formula.
Other face make-up the Primark fan put to test was their contour stick (£2.50) – which had become her ”new favourite” one – as well as Crème blush (£2.50).
”Super natural but you still got that lovely bit of life added to your cheeks.”
Alicia completed the face base with Primark’s £1 bronzing powder and Rose Glow highlighter, which she had bagged for just £3.50.
”That is good, that is really good,” the happy shopper exclaimed.
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For eyebrows, the blonde make-up enthusiast had picked up Precise Brow gel, which she reckoned was a similar copy to the Huda Beauty #BOMBBROWS.
The £2.50 dupe, albeit slightly too dark for those with fair hair, was ”amazing” and Alicia couldn’t stop raving about the big applicator.
Whilst browsing around the store, the shopper had also purchased Primark’s own version of the viral Charlotte Tilbury Instant Eye palette.
But despite the massive price difference of £54, the beauty fan was beyond impressed with how pigmented the cheap dupe was.
”And that is blending like butter; that is so, so good.”
To give her eyes more definition, Alicia then went in with a black eyeliner pencil, which retailed for just a pound.
This too, did not disappoint, as she quickly exclaimed: ”This could be my new favourite.”
Amongst the winners was also their £1 mascara, a set of fluttery falsies, a pink lip liner, as well as a buttery lippy.
Seeing her reflection, Alicia said: ”I have to say, I am very, very impressed with how the make-up has turned out.
”It has performed so, so well.
”You would not think that this is a full face of Primark make-up.”