When it comes to hughstreet/ drugstore brands I often stick to the same ones, scared to try other ones after years of disappointment, however recently many of these make up and skincare brands have pulled their socks up and improved all their faults. NOTE: MUA. 
Mua is a makeup brand which is sold in Superdrug, and is incredibly cheap and yet very well made and thought out products. Here are two of my new favourite products from the brand with a quick review.

 Pro-Base Conceal and Brighten Kit
I love cream products, they blend in well and don't dry the skin, which is why I choose to buy this conceal and brighten kit. The kit comes with three large pans of product: two concealers and a highlighter. The products themselves are lightweight, creamy and very easy to blend on the skin, which leaves a healthy dewy look on the skin. My biggest issue with the product is their colour choice as they only have three limited shade choices, meaning there is very little for those with a deeper skin tone. But for about £3.00 I can't complain too much! 

Power Pout- Colour Intense Tint & Balm. (Irreplaceable)
I am 100% in love with this £3.00 lip tint, and in fact would pay much more! The crayon application is similar to that of Revlon just bitten or Clinique Chubby stick, and has a twist up mechanism in which you can get to the end of the product without sharpening or waisting any of the product. 
The product is marketed as a tint, however I feel that it is far more pigmented and gives a really opaque and high shine finish to the lips, with super easy application. I choose the rose pink colour of irreplaceable, which is a really cute pale Barbie pink, that is perfect for the current sun (HORRAY!). 
The balm element keeps my lips super dupa hydrated, which means the colour doesn't flake at all. I cannot sing this products praises enough! And all that is without mentioning the cool mint taste that comes with the stick, leaving your lips all tingly after application. If you love lipsticks and have slightly dry lips, try this out as you get the deep moisture without compensating on colour intensity. 

Have you tried any of the MUA products? Which is your favourite? 


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