7 Highend Products Worth the Money

I dedicate so much of my blog to raving about drugstore and affordable products, I rarely talk about highend products. For this post, I’m talking about the products that are unrivalled in my collection and worth the high price tag IMO.

Ofra Highlighters

I have way more highlighters than any sane person should but there’s just something about the Ofra formula. I have Rodeo Drive and Beverly Hills and both give such a beautiful and intense sheen that is almost unmatched in my collection (except maybe the BECCA highlights).

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Benefit Gimme Brow

Benefit just get brow products right, but this brow gel is worth the money for me over their other offerings. While there are great dupes out- the Essence Make Me Brow is great, and I love the Maybelline Brow Drama- there’s just something about Gimme Brow.

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Touch in Sol Metallist Liquid Foil & Glitter Eyeshadow Duo

I’m not sure if Touch in Sol is considered a highend brand but these babies retail for £20 in the UK which is a highend enough price tag to earn a place here. This liquid and glitter eyeshadow duo is what I was hoping the Revolution Eye Glistens would be but, in this case, it’s worth paying the extra. While we’re on the subject of liquid eyeshadows, I obvs love the Stila ones too.

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Too Faced Papa Don’t Peach Blusher

This is probably my favourite blusher, though it does retail for a ridiculous £25. You do get tons of product in here so it’s still decent value if you use it a lot like I do.

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Lancome Prep & Hydrate Primer

This is one highend product I have mentioned before as I bloody love this stuff. It’s £27 but I like it better than other highend alternatives at similar price points.

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Anastasia Beverly Hills Eyeshadow Palettes

ABH is my fave when it comes to eyeshadow formula. They might have upped their price from £43 to £46 in the UK but I love my ABH palettes dearly and I would repurchase the ones I have if I ever needed to.

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Skin79 BB Cream

Another one I’m not sure counts as highend, but the Skin79 BB Cream retails for around the £22 mark, which pushes it firmly out of drugstore pricing even if it’s not the most expensive option out there. I have the gold variety and would choose this BB Cream over foundation every time for its flawless yet natural finish.

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What highend products do you think are worth the money?

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Author: beautysirenblog

UK beauty blogger, writer, marketer, cosplayer and lover of sparkly things.

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