Five High-End Products Worth Their Price Tag | BeautyWithBrittanyXo

Hello beauties, 

Thanks so much for stopping by today. I'm happy to be sharing with you five high-end products that I think are worth their price. These are five of my most holy grail, tried and true products that I know I can reach for and receive amazing results. 

Teint Idole Ultra 24H - Lancôme - http://go.magik.ly/r/beautywithbrittanyxo/497b/
MAC Prep + Prime Fix+ - http://go.magik.ly/r/beautywithbrittanyxo/782f/
Becca Flowerchild Mineral Blush - http://go.magik.ly/r/beautywithbrittanyxo/a950/
Mary-Lou Manizer - theBalm - http://go.magik.ly/r/beautywithbrittanyxo/6ad7/
Dior | Dior Addict Fluid Shadow 825- http://go.magik.ly/r/beautywithbrittanyxo/de0c/

 

Becca Flowerchild Mineral Blush - (http://go.magik.ly/r/beautywithbrittanyxo/a950/) while this blush may look small in size the formula is way worth the $32. Flowerchild is such a gorgeous shade that adds the most healthy glow to my cheeks and looks incredibly natural. The formula of this blush is amazing, it lasts all day, blends like a dream, and has the most perfect pigmentation. 

Mary-Lou Manizer - theBalm - (http://go.magik.ly/r/beautywithbrittanyxo/6ad7/) actually isn't that expensive for a highlighter not sold in the drugstore and can oftentimes be found on sale on Hautelook.com. This highlighter retails for about $24 at Kohls, theBalm's website, and Amazon. When I first tried this highlighter I was not a fan but the trick to using this highlighter is to make sure you are tapping your brush off and blending the product into the skin enough. There can be some chunks of glitter if not use right so be sure to tap and blend ;)

Top theBalm Mary-Lou Manizer, middle Dior Fluid Shadow, & bottom is Becca Blush in Flower Child

Dior | Dior Addict Fluid Shadow 825- (http://go.magik.ly/r/beautywithbrittanyxo/de0c/), is $32 of pure magic. This is a cream shadow that has an incredible finish and stunning color. I love the long lasting properties of this cream shadow and my most favorite part is the wet/foiled look  it has when applied to the lid. I do not recommend layering this product once it is wet because I have noticed a little flaking when I do but you can add more color when the product is still wet on the lid. 

MAC Prep + Prime Fix+ - (http://go.magik.ly/r/beautywithbrittanyxo/782f/), $22 for a facial spray may sound a little expensive but with a product this fantastic and versatile it's worth every penny. I use this spray in a few ways: as a spray after I have finished my full face of makeup and want something to add a glow and fresh look to the face, mixed in with shadows to vamp up pigmentation and give a wet look, and sprayed onto my eyeshadow brush to show true pigmentation of shadows that may be a little dull on their own, and sprayed onto a foundation/concealer brush/beauty blender to even out complexion. 

Teint Idole Ultra 24H - Lancôme - (http://go.magik.ly/r/beautywithbrittanyxo/497b/). I'm in the shade 100 Ivory C. There are so many reasons I love this foundation: it has wonderful coverage, does not feel heavy or cakey on the skin, it lasts the entire day, does not act weird with my dry combo skin, and although it had SPF 15 it looks gorgeous in flash photos. This foundation is $46.50 for 1 oz, which is expensive but so worth it when it comes to this foundation. 

Please let me know in the comments what product you have in  your collection that might be a little expensive but is so worth it :)

xo

Brittany