The 10 Best beauty under £10

We’re all feeling the pinch at this time of year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t reboot the contents of your beauty bag

1. Morning Dew Blush

£6, Topshop, topshop.co.uk

Winter weather and festive excess can give your skin a slightly greyish appearance this time of year. Add a bit of colour with this new blusher in a pretty coral orange shade.

2. Brilliant Strength Nail Enamel

£7.99, Revlon, boots.com

Streamline your nail-care regime with this new one-product wonder. It contains a built-in protective base, top coat and strengthener.

3. Visibly Clear Pore and Shine Daily Wash

£4.49, Neutrogena, available nationwide

Tackle the problem of unsightly large pores and shiny skin with this new face wash.

4. Cover and Go

£5.99, Collection, boots.com from 23 January

Lightening the load, this two-in-one skin-perfecting product includes everything you need for a flawless complexion.

5. Queen Attitude Khol Kajal

£6.99, Bourjois, available nationwide

Channel your inner Cleopatra with this new kohl eyeliner from Bourjois. The cone-shaped design makes for an easy application.

6. Winter Care Nourishing Body Lotion

£3.99, Dove, boots.com

Skin takes a battering at this time of the year. This lotion is specially formulated to winterproof skin from the the harsh elements.

7. Aussie 3 minute miracle shine

£4.99, Aussie, available nationwide

Combat dull, damaged and lacklustre winter hair with this new conditioning treatment that has pearl powder and ginseng extract.

8. Apocalips

£5.99, Rimmel, available nationwide from 23 January

This highly pigmented lip lacquer give the intense colour that comes from a traditional lipstick with the high-shine finish of a gloss.

9. CC Eye Fix

£9.95, Nip + Fab, boots.com

Treat tired eyes to some TLC with the innovative new Complexion Corrector. It’s a two-in-one eye cream and concealer with extracts of oat, beeswax and glycerine.

10. Doll’d Up

£6.29, 17, boots.com from  23 January

Want that wide-eyed, doll-like look? Using a curved brush and a lash-lifting formula this new mascara creates dramatically long lashes.

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