Sunday, 27 December 2015

High Street v High End: A Recap

I thought for my last high street v high end post of the year I'd do a little recap to see whether high street or high end products won overall for me. I'm hoping it's high street for the sake of my bank balance!

January | Primer | Maybelline Baby Skin vs Benefit the POREfessional | Winner = High End (full comparison here)



February | Mascara | Collection Lengthening Mascara v Smashbox Full Exposure Mascara | Winner = High Street (full comparison here)



March | Eyeliner | L'Oreal Super Liner Perfect Slim v Eyeko Skinny Liquid Eyeliner | Winner = High End (full comparison here).



April | Lip Crayons | Bourjois Colour Boost in Proudly Naked v Clinique Chubby Stick in Super Strawberry | Winner = High End (full comparison here)



May | Foundation | Rimmel Lasting Finish v Estee Lauder Double Wear | Winner = High End (full comparison here)



June | Highlighter | No7 Instant Radiance Bronzing Highlighter v Benefit Watt's Up! | Winner = High End (full comparison here)



July | Nail Varnish | Barry M Gelly Hi-Shine in Coconut v Illlamasqua in Load | Winner = High Street (full comparison here)



August | Blusher | Bourjois Little Round Pot Blusher in Rose D'or v Benefit Sugarbomb | Winner = High End (full comparison here)



September | Eyeshadow | Bourjois Smoky Stories in Upside Down Brown v Benefit Big Beautiful Eyes | Winner = High Street (full comparison here)



October | Bronzer | Bourjois Delice De Poudre Bronzing Powder v Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess | Winner = High Street (full comparison here)



November | Lipstick | Natural Collection Moisture Shine Lipstick in Cherry Red v Clinique Lip Pop in Cherry Pop | Winner = High Street (full comparison here)



Overall winner = High End 

High end products win by one point, which is funny because most of my make up collection is high street and I definitely thought I would prefer those products - proof that sometimes you do get what you pay for I suppose! However I'll always love my high street products and they only lost out by one point so that's also proof that you can also get really good products on the high street! 

Do you prefer high street or high end products? 

Amy x 
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  1. I get what you mean by wanting to get your money's worth with high end! I have mainly drugstore/high street products because I'm always worried that I'll buy something and it won't work out for me.

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    1. Yeah I never buy anything high end without trying a free sample first! Then I know if I'll like it or not :) x

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