Beauty buys you might not know you need

Much as I love writing about beauty, this blog pains me. Through my features, blogs and Twitter feed, I’ve made a name for myself as a health writer that favours budget buys over beauty splurges. I want to help babes on a budget save money and still look gorgeous, hence my many #deals tweets. But recently, I’ve been using one or two bits that aren’t cheap and you may not class as essential… until you use them yourself.

Here are my top three beauty buys that you may not know you needed, until now (sorry).

Benefit Porefessional Primer
I’m not famous, or infamous, enough to be followed by the paparazzi but the rise of Facebook means the morning-after a night out if characterised by frantic photo de-tagging. When I found that I was looking shiny in most night-out pics, I asked my local Benefit counter for help. I am now addicted to their new Porefessional Primer – pat on under foundation or use alone during the day for a matt finish. Benefit Porefessional Primer, £29, available online.

TempleSpa Bosom Pal
It’s a bra in a jar! I’m too young to get wrinkles on the decolletage but it is surely only a matter of time. I’ve never used a boob cream before but TempleSpa’s Bosom Pal not only tackled a few telltale lines, it also firmed up my cleavage and gave me an enviable shape even in a T-shirt bra. Use alongside daily press-ups for breast, sorry, best results. TempleSpa Bosom Pal, £10ish, available on eBay.

M2 Eyelash Activating Serum & M2 Eyelash Revitalising Gloss
I’m a regular false lash user and I’ve had to deal with patchy, weak eyelashes, loosened by poor quality glue and, yes, a bit of late-night tugging. I took a while to be convinced by M2 but, with daily use, this wonder-serum has given me enviable lashes in just four weeks. They are now thicker andlonger, to the point that a good eyelash curl is all I need. I may be able to ditch the falsies and lash extensions forever. M2 Eyelash Activating Serum, from £66 up, available online.



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Editor in chief Suzi Dixon studied at Bournemouth university, went away for a while to work at The Daily Telegraph, then moved back to the sunny South coast for a quiet (er) life. Bournemouth News & Info is her website and she is assisted by the fabulous Fred From France in all things geeky and technical. Hire us to make your website, too, if you like.

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