It always takes me a few days to unpack, so when I got back from my holiday and had an early morning meeting I went through the items I hadn’t taken with me to do my makeup. I picked up my Shu Uemura eyelash curler and fell in love with them again.

For the last few months I have been using the Tweezerman Eyelash curlers and they are good, I actually thought they were better than the Shu ones but my new encounter has proved that they are not. Lots of eyelash curlers fool me for a few weeks, even months but no eyelash curler (that i have tried at least) keeps on curling as well as the Shu Uemura ones for months and years on end. They are a great shape and even more importantly are made of excellent quality material meaning that even after prolonged use they don’t start to bend, leaving you bending the curler more than actually adding lift to your lashes.

The curl they deliver is like no other, really defined and opens up the eye like no other product can. They may seem a little expensive to some but they are worth every penny and totally worth the hype too.

Since my last blog post with my ten top Budget Cult Beauty Products worth the Hype proved to be quite popular I thought today I would share the non-budget version. That said most of these products float around the £20-£30 mark which I think isn’t overly highend and all these products are well worth the extra pounds.

Makeup Forever HD Foundation (Available here)
I wasn’t sure if I was going to include this as it isn’t easy to get hold of in the UK however it’s probably one of my all time favourite foundations, it overs coverage without being overly cakey.

Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk (Available here)
Equally as beautiful as the Makeup Forever HD Foundation however it’s a little easier to get hold of and it’s a Kardashian favourite!

Bumble & bumble Dry Spun Finish (Available here)
I wasn’t too sure if it was soon to call this a ‘Cult product’ as it has only been released recently but everyone in the industry seems to love it and I can see why. It adds volume and texture without adding in weight which is perfect for use fine hair gals.

Benefit The Porefessional (Available here)
This almost didn’t make the cut but I love it and use it so much it simply had to. I’ve gone through a few tubes and it remains my favourite primer.

Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream (Available here)
Rewind a couple of years and this product was everywhere but it seems to be getting forgotten a little, at least with bloggers but it still remains an absolute staple for both me and my mum. It’s great for minor irritations, sores and dry skin- I always have one of these on hand.

Clarins Instant Lip Perfectors (Available here)
Simply the best lipgloss out there, nothing compares.

Urban Decay Naked Palettes (Available here)
I doubt any eyeshadow palette will come out soon and actually be better than these they are just my favourite, it’s rare that I ever reach for anything else.

Mac Lipsticks (Available here)
I nearly put YSL lipsticks in here but if I am honest I prefer MAC and they’re cheaper. The colour range and finish selection is very impressive, they always have what you are looking for.

Benefit They’re Real Mascara (Available here)
You need to give it a week to dry out a little but after that it’s amazing and adds great volume and length.

Clarisonic (Available here)
I’ve had this for ages now and somehow have never mentioned it, I am not a Clarisonic addict but still think it’s a staple. I only use it every now and then but see a great change when I do, it’s also useful when removing fake tan from neck and decolletage.

Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler (Available here)
After almost removing all my eyelashes and eyeball with another pair of curlers this week I am convinced these are the best on the market. The shape is perfect to achieve lifted lashes and an open eye, a little pricey as far as eyelash curlers go but a great investment and they last a long time.

YSL Mascara (Available here)
Although I don’t have one at the moment YSL mascaras (Shocking or original) are my favourite picks, nothing gives my lashes volume like them.

Which cult beauty products have I missed out? Have you tried any of my top picks? 
Check out my budget picks here

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 After much browsing and a little encouragement from Zara & Barabara I finally made my first purchase from BuyaPowa and could potentially be the new owner of a pair of Shu Uemura Eyelash curlers for as little as £14.50 . I think that is a bargain plus I don’t understand how I can be a beauty blogger and not own these!

BuyaPowa is a really great way of getting cheaper beauty products, you just need to be quick to get the bargains.

Check out the Shu Uemura co-buy here and for more information about co-buying click here.
(If you do get the lashes please select that you were refered by me)

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